This week, we are grateful for Bess' insightful sermon and looking forward to the same from Callum next Sunday...
19u: Supper and Axis & Allies at Jesmar's at ETF. Prepare to spend a l-o-n-g evening re-enacting the Second World War (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Axis_%26_Allies) As usual, Jack will be the Soviet Union and lead his country to world socialist victory www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHomETco0MI
19u30: HG at Scott and Jeremy's. This week (for those not living out their Churchill fantasy at ETF), we return to the semester's formula of discussing Sunday's reading and sermon. Tonight, Bess herself will be present to discuss her sermon. The relevant passage is Mark 5.24-34.
13u10-13u50: No P-café this week
19u: Meet for a wee drink in The Capital, Grote Markt www.thecapital.be/pages.php
17u30: Choir practice
18u30: "Imaginative Worship" (Jane will lead worship built around Callum's sermon on William Blake: there will be silence, soft music, the chance to be artistic, the chance to worship God in a different register.)
20u: Meeting of the Parochial Church Council
On Sunday 15 March at 10u30, Damien, Cherie and Sam will be Confirmed by Bishop Robert at Holy Trinity Brussels (www.holytrinity.be). One possibility would be for as many as possible from M&Ms to make the journey to Brussels to support our members in this adult step of faith in Christ, to have lunch afterwards in Brussels, and then to join the large TiP (Together in Peace) March from Brussel-Zuid to Brussel-Centraal, beginning at 14u. This march is being organised by all the recognised faith groups in Belgium and by the Laïcité Organisée as a gesture of faith against the terror, violence and stigmatisation involved in the recent atrocities in Paris and Copenhagen. Publicity is attached. It is unlikely that we would be back in Leuven in time for 18u30, so our service will not take place that day. More information will be distributed soon...
Love from Jack
www.anglicanchurchleuven.be (Please check out the new-look website set up by Jeremy Law - good skills)
Daily Anglican prayer:
Jeremy Heuslein's blog (former member of M&Ms, now at Holy Trinity Brussels):