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“The Owl” - Chaplaincy NEWSLETTER

10th September 2023 - 14th after Trinity

For where two or three are gathered in my name,

I am there among them.”

Matthew 18, verse 20.


Almighty God, you search us and know us; may we rely on you in

strength and rest on you in weakness, now and in all our days;

through Jesus Christ our Lord.  Amen

Call to Worship

The theme of our worship today invites us to reflect on our church communities and whether we value the privilege of being freely able to worship together. We also consider how we deal with conflict and disagreement within our communities.

Hymns (Mojacar)

395  Lift up you hearts! We lift them Lord to thee;

212  God forgave my sin in Jesus’ name.

361  Jesus stand among us  at the meeting of our lives,

366  Jesus took a piece of bread, he share a cup of wine,

511  O Lord, my God, when I in awesome wonder,


Hymns (Llanos)

659 There's a quiet understanding
649 The king of love my shepherd is.
337 I will sing of the wondrous story
121 Come let us sing of a wonderful love.
  88 Brother, sister, let me serve you.



First Reading Exodus 12:1-14

The institution of the Passover. The Lord is about to strike down every firstborn in Egypt. Detailed instructions are given to Moses and Aaron as to how the Israelites should prepare and eat the Passover meal, before making their escape from slavery.


Second Reading Romans 13:8-end                                                 

Paul encourages his readers to live new lives in Jesus, reminding them of his command to love one another.


Gospel Matthew 18:15-20

Jesus provides a model for the forgiveness of sinners as part of the life of a functional church community, and an assurance that he will be present when two or three people gather together.


Introduction to the Peace

Paul reminded the Romans that: “Love does no wrong to a neighbour; therefore, love is the fulfilling of the law.” Let us offer our neighbours a sign of peace. The peace of the Lord…

Post Communion Prayer

God our creator, you feed your children with the true manna, the living bread from heaven: let this holy food sustain us through our earthly pilgrimage until we come to that place where hunger and thirst are no more; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen


May God give you grace, compassion and mercy, to love one another day by day, to join your voices together in praise and worship, and to find strength and unity as a church community. And the blessing of God almighty…



Harvest Festival

On Thursday the 14th Aljambra will be holding their harvest service at 11.00 a.m.

On Sunday 17th Llanos will be doing the same, and at Mojacar on Sunday 24th.

Please bring your donations of produce to the altar before the services start. If you prefer to donate money, please feel free to do so. Everything will go to the food banks our churches support.


Just a Thought

Worrying does not take away tomorrow’s troubles. It just takes away today’s peace. Remember whenever you’re in a position to help someone, be glad and always do it because that’s God answering someone else’s prayers through you.

Prayer for the week

Lord, I lift my hands up to you in praise and surrender my life to you today. Raise within me the strength to declare your word and boldly live my life in you. Amen

Pastoral Care  

If you personally or anyone you are aware of requires pastoral care please refer this to a member of our worship team.

Financial Support


If you wish to give your donations electronically our bank details are


Account Number ES33 0081 1504 3500 0149 3352 Please put your name as reference.


    You can submit items for inclusion in “The Owl” through your church representative or by emailing HERE

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