Sunday 30th January 2022

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                                                        Services for  Sunday 30th January

                                                         St Michael’s, All Saints, St Nicholas

                                                           Joint Holy Communion 10.30 a.m.

                                                                        at St Nicholas Church

All Saints Church

10.00 a.m Wednesday Mid Week Holy Communiion / Morning Worship

followed by Coffee Morning 10.45 a.m.

St Nicholas 10.00 a.m. Thursday Mid Week Holy Communion 

 

 

Online Service

Dates to Remember

Sunday 30th Janaury

Fit for Mission Meeting at St Marks Haydock 2pm with Bishop Paul.

Also see www.liverpool.anglican.org/fitformission

Fit for Mission

As part of our commitment and calling to introduce more people to Jesus, deepen discipleship, develop our Christian leaders of the future and work for justice, it is vital that we address the key challenges that we have been facing as a church for some time. This is part of our ongoing commitment to continuing the growth agenda developed by Bishop James in 2015 and continued by Bishop Paul to build on our calling to ask God for a bigger church to make a bigger                                      difference.

 

 

Monday 31st January Start Course at St Michael and All Angels continuing for 6 consecutive weeks. Join us as we explore the Christian faith and discover for more about ourselves and God. For further information or to sign up to this course , please contact Revd Lynne Jackson 07388 198749

Wednesday 2nd February Prayer Meeting 7pm on Zoom

Zoom ID: 718 008 3759 Code: 007

                                                         Time To Remember 

3.00 p.m. Sunday 6th February at St Nicholas Church.

An oppotunity to remember loved one, with music, readings, lighting of candles and a space to be still.  This is suitable for people of all ages and all are welcome. Please confirm your attendance via the Church office, letting us know of how many are in your group, as well as children and their ages

Coffee Morning 

There is a shortage of volunteers to help with the running of St Nicholas Coffee Morning. If anyone has two hours a month to spare and would like to help, could you please contact Jacquie for more details. This is an opportunity for members of our community who are lonely,  to meet and have a chat over a cuppa and a bisciut / toast.  Sadly if we can’t get the volunteers, the coffee morning will have to cease.

 

No Coffee Morninguntil March

Craft Group

at St Michaels Gartons Lane, Clock Face, WA9 4RA

A craft group held for adults every Tuesday morning 10am -12.30pm.

Bring your own craft materials, have a chat and  share some refreshments.

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                                               Friends of St Nicholas Churchyard

A group has been established to help tidy and maintain the grounds of the churchyard, and to preserve and share some of the history and heritage of the churchyard as they go forwrd and the group developes.If anyone is interested in joining  this group and would like to support them or require more informationon you can email FOSNCY@outlook.com or visit the Facebook page.

                                       Sutton Community Foodbank and Community Cafe

is based at St Michael’s and All Angels Church is open on Sundays 1.30 until 3.30pm. If there is anyone you know who would benefit from a food parcel, please invite them to come along to the foodbank or call/text the foodbank mobile number: 07765 736199. For more information regarding the foodbank, please contact Cathy Knowles Foodbank  Coordinator. 07765 736199.

                                                             Food Bank Appeal

The foodbank are short of the following items and would be grateful of all donations.

ITEMS NEEDED AT FOOD PROJECT

Hair conditioner, toilet roll, sugar, crisps, cereal, pasta and curry sauces, beans, tinned spaghetti and tinned tomatoes

Many thanks

 

                                                            Used Postage Stamps

Please remember to save all you used postage stamps, which are being collected for charity. Collection points are at the back of church or the Parish Office 8.30 a.m.—12.30 p.m.26

 

 

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