The Cayman Islands are within the ancient Episcopal Jurisdiction

 of The Bishop of London granted him by the Crown in 1634

St Alban’s (Grand Cayman) & St Mary’s (Cayman Brac)

Church & Office - 461 Shedden Road

P O Box 719, Grand Cayman KY1-1103, CAYMAN ISLANDS

Tel  (345) 949 2757 : Fax  (345) 949 0619

www.churchofenglandcayman.com

rector@churchofenglandcayman.com


18 October
2015

Welcome to St Alban’s Anglican Church

Today's Scripture: Acts 16: 6-12a     2 Timothy 4: 5-17      S. Luke 10: 1-9

Today: 8.35am Matins; 9am Church School; 9.30 am HOLY EUCHARIST; 6 pm E.P.

Next Sunday: 8.35am Matins ; 9am Ch Sch; 9.30 am HOLY EUCHARIST; 6 pm E.P.


S. Luke the Evangelist

Almighty God, who calledst Luke the Physician, whose praise is in the Gospel, to be an Evangelist, and Physician of the soul; May it please thee that, by the wholesome medicines of the doctrine delivered by him, all the diseases of our souls may be healed; through the merits of thy Son Jesus Christ our Lord.

BROTHER SAINTS (October 26th)

Their parents must have got stuck on page three of boy’s names, for they gave each of their four sons a name beginning with the letter “C”: Chad, Cedd, Cynebil and Celin. All four of these seventh century boys became priests but it is only really the first two whose reputation has survived up to our own day. St Chad and St Cedd are honoured in the calendar.

Chad was the abbot of several monasteries and a disciple of St Aidan. He ended his days as Bishop of Lichfield and is credited by St Bede for being responsible for evangelising large parts of what today we know as the midlands of England.

His brother Cedd was born into the same Northumbrian family and like his brother Chad he joined the monastery on Holy Island, or Lindisfarne. He founded an abbey at Lastingham in Yorkshire and he travelled into Anglia on missionary work, settling in Essex and becoming eventually Bishop of London. On a visit back home to his abbey at Lastingham he caught a plague and died along with one of his brothers, Cynebil, in 664.

TEN OF THE BEST

1. Name each of the Ten Commandments.

2. Having faith means trusting in what God says, believing in something you know isn’t true, or having a religious feeling?

3. How many people did Jesus feed with the loaves and fishes?

4. Name the five books of Moses.

5. Name someone who went to heaven without dying.

6. Prophets were good businessmen, fortune tellers, spokesmen for God or apostles?

7. Who was emperor when Jesus was born: Herod, Augustus, Pilate, Nero, or Julius Caesar?

8. How many errors does the bible contain: a few, a lot or none at all?

9. Who could enter the Holy of Holies: Moses, the prophets, the apostles,

the High Priest or any devout Jew?

10. Name any verse in the bible that mentions the doctrine of the eucharist.


WE ARE ALL PENCILS in the hand of a writing God, who is sending love letters to the world. (Mother Teresa)


GOD DOES NOT ASK for your ability or your inability. God asks only for your availability.

(Crispina Waller)


HE WHO WISHES to secure the good of others, has already secured his own.

(Confucius)



THIS WEEK’S BIBLE READINGS

Mon: Ecclus 31: 1-11, John 15: 1-11, 1 Tim 1: 1-17

Tues: Ecclus 34: 9-end, John 15: 12-17, 1 Tim 1: 18 - 2.end

Wed: Ecclus 35, John 15: 18-end, 1 Tim 3

Thurs: Ecclus 37: 7-24, John 16: 1-15, 1 Tim 4

Fri: Ecclus 38: 1-14, John 16: 16-22, 1 Tim 5:1-16

Sat: Ecclus 38: 24-end, John 16: 23-end, 1 Tim 5: 17-end

NEXT SUNDAY: Jeremiah 31: 7-9, Hebrews 7: 23-end, S. Mark 10: 46-end