Sunday 22nd January 2023

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                                                                        Sunday Services   

                                                                 4th Sunday of Epiphany                 

                                                                     29th January 2023



                                                 All Saints Church 10.30 a.m.  Joint Team Service


                                  All Saints  Mid Week Holy Communion / Morning Worship                                                                                                         Wednesday 10.30 a.m                                 

                                                followed by Coffee Morning 10.45 a.m.


                            St Nicholas  Mid Week Holy Communion  / Morning Worship

                                                           Thursday  10.00 a.m.       


                                                               Advance Notice

                   The funeral of Maurice Topping is being held on Thursday 2nd February 9.30 a.m.

                                          Please pray for Jean and her family at this sad time.

                    There will be no Mid-Week Communion or Coffee Morning on this day.



                                                          Dates for your Diary

                                                 St Nicholas Church Evensong

We are restarting evensong services at 6.30pm at St Nicholas on the last Sunday of the month. The first service will be on Sunday 29th January, followed by 26th February and 26th March.

Please join us for this wonderful evening service.



                                                                Songs of Praise

On Sunday 30th April at 10.30am we will gather as a parish to celebrate with a Songs of Praise Service at St Nicholas church. Please do contact me with your favourite hymn or worship song and why. I am looking for volunteers to share why their particular hymn/song is their favourite.


                                                               Journey from Foodbank to

                                                                             Food Pantry


For those who don’t know, the Foodbank at St Michaels is now a Food Pantry and Cathy Knowles the Food Project Co-ordinator, explains how the transition went.

We went from a Foodbank to a Food pantry on the 4th December, It was a lot of stress and hard work, wondering if people would turn up and were we doing the right thing, with so many people needing the food parcels that we gave out at the Foodbank, but now after a few week I can see it was totally the right decision.

The first few weeks were a bit hectic, getting used to how it was run and getting our heads around things that were done differently from the Foodbank, but thankfully now, after 5 week things are running a lot smoother, I know what I am doing and so do the volunteers, who are an amazing group of people.

Instead of people getting a bag of random food, some of which they may not have wanted or used, they not get to pick what they want, they pay a fee of £4.00 and a volunteer takes them around the pantry, and they can pick 3 heart items, which are £1.50 and above and 7 diamond items which are below £1.50. They have a range of things to choose from, from fresh meat, frozen goods, fresh bread, fruit and                      vegetables and your non-perishable stuff.

The feedback we have had is really positive, which is a blessing, people like what we are doing and the choice that they have to choose from.

The transition from the Foodbank into the pantry has been a lot of hard work but it has been worth every minute, and I just love what I do.


We would like to thank Cathy and her team for all the hard work they have done and continue to do, for the community.

The Food Pantry is open every Sunday 1.30 p.m.—3.30 p.m.

If anyone is interested in finding out more about the Food Pantry or want to help, you can contact Cathy on  07765 736199

Sutton Community Pantry 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 food bank or call/text the food bank mobile number: 07765 736199. For more information regarding the pantry, please contact Cathy Knowles Food bank Coordinator. 07765 736199.




God of peace and justice,

we pray for the people of Ukraine today,

We pray for peace and the laying down of weapons. 

We pray for all those who fear for tomorrow, that your spirit of comfort would draw near to them.

We pray for those with power over war or peace, for wisdom, discernment and compassion to guide their descions.

Above all, we pray for all your precious children, at risk and in fear, that you would hold and protect them.

We pray in the name of Jesus, Prince of Peace.


Archbishop Justin Welby

Archbishop Stephen Cottrell




                                                                          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.


                                                      Craft & Creative All Saints Church

                                                                11.00 a.m.  – 1.00 p.m.

                                  Come along with your own crafts or learn some new ones

                                             Charge £3.00 which includes refreshments


                                                    Friends of St Nicholas Churchyard

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