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Scripture Readings (Download the Scripture Readings) Sermon (Download the Sermon) Christ reproves Herod and Jerusalem by Jan Luyken (1649-1712).
Scripture Readings (Download the Scripture Readings) The Temptation of Christ - a painting by Ary Scheffer (1795–1858), Walker Art Gallery,
Scripture Readings (Download the Scripture Readings) The Transfiguration of Christ - a painting by Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640), Museum of
Scripture Readings (Download the Scripture Readings) Christ in the Storm on the Sea of Galilee - an oil on copper
Scripture Readings (Download the Scripture Readings) A painting by Henrik Olrik (1830–1890), St. Matthew's Church, Copenhagen.
Scripture Readings (Download the Scripture Readings) The Miraculous Draught of Fishes - painted between 1886 and 1894 by James Tissot
Scripture Readings (Download the Scripture Readings) This image is from an 11th century illuminated Byzantine manuscript with 430 miniatures, now
It was a day of “firsts” at All Saints, Godshill this morning - first time for Fr Nigel Porter presiding
Scripture Readings (Download the Scripture Readings) John 2:1-11. Where He is present at a marriage feast in Cana, and performeth
Scripture Readings (Download the Scripture Readings) The Baptism of Christ, a fresco by Pietro Perugino (1448–1523) to be found in

The Parish of All Saints, Godshill

August 2020

COVID-19

In order to operate within official guidelines, the church will not be open every day. We will endeavour to be open from 10am to 5pm as often as we can

For the latest information & prayers for both Churches, the St. Alban’s Website is updated daily: www.stalbansiw.org.uk

If you would like to help support the church at any time, you can make a donation of any amount on our charity page:
https://givealittle.co/campaigns/9b513803-69de-4b64-bb4f-09767d261d36

Should you feel anxious or worried or would just like a chat, or to ask for prayers, please feel free to contact
Deacon Corinne on 07775 628593
and remember to pray for each other and for everyone affected by the Pandemic.