9 April 2021
Remembering HRH Prince Philip
The Church will be open tomorrow (Saturday), Monday and Wednesday between 10am and 12noon for anyone who wishes to find some quiet and peace to pray, reflect, light a candle and give thanks. Sunday’s in-person service will also take time to mark his death.
We have just been notified that we are now being discouraged from having physical Books of Condolence, so if you would liked to have written something, you can go to the Church of England’s website https://www.churchofengland.
Do be praying for the Royal Family and their wider circle of friends at this difficult time.
Vision Sunday Sermon video
Our Vision Sunday Service on 21st March, was held on Zoom. If you weren’t able to join the service on the day, then you can watch a video of the sermon via our YouTube channel or in our Video Library CLICK HERE
Easter Scavenger Hunt
The information regarding a family scavenger hunt can be viewed from the Events section of our website CLICK HERE
Our Easter Magazine is available from Quaich, in the village, or by clicking here.
New Mission Partner – The Message
Chair of the Mission Committee, Louisa Winter, interviews Danielle Campsall from The Message
CLICK HERE to view
PCC nominations Notice
There will be three places on the PCC coming available. If you are interested in finding out more about the roles and responsibilities involved, please speak with the Phil.
Heritage Fund Grant
We are really delighted to say that St Mary’s has been awarded a Heritage Fund Grant of £25,000 from the government’s £1.57 billion Covid-19 Recovery fund. This is specifically for the repair of the buttress on the north west wall. As many of you know, St Mary’s is a grade 1 listed Church and the grant is only available to Heritage buildings. This makes a massive difference in enabling us to continue to care for the building we all love, so we’re grateful both to the
government, and to Hazel Black and Chris Puddle, who put
so much work into the application.
Health & Safety Leader
We need someone to take on the role of Health and Safety leader for St Mary’s.
If you are interested in finding out more about this role, please contact Caroline Titford.
Sleep Well with the Daily Hope Phone Line
Last year the national church launched a freephone, 24 hour, telephone service called Daily Hope, where people can ring in for daily encouragement, prayers, music and exercise. They have now added ‘sleep well with daily hope’, it is a series of gentle and relaxing reflections to help you sleep.
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