New date for Fish n Chip Quiz Night

The Fish n Chip Quiz Night which was postponed due to weather conditions on Friday 2nd March has been rescheduled for Friday 16th March at 7pm.

If you have bought tickets, please confirm whether you intend to come or whether you require a reimbursement.

Please let Julie, Greg or Rita know.

Pews News – 4th March 2018

4th March 2018 – The Third Sunday of Lent

Welcome
St Andrew’s Church welcomes allcomers, whether this is your first time or thousandth time in church. You are welcome whatever your age, gender, marital status, disability, race or sexuality. You are welcome whether you have a deep and mature faith in Christ; are uncertain and still seeking; or have no faith. If you are new to church, please do take a welcome leaflet to be found in the pews; and do not hesitate to ask one of the welcomers if you have any queries.

Special Welcome
To Rachel King who is on placement at St Andrew’s for the next couple of months, while she explores the possible of ordination in the Church of England. She comes with her husband Jonty and two young boys, Jack and Barnaby. Please introduce yourselves and make them welcome.

St Andrew’s Choir
On February 12th, St Andrew’s PCC took the difficult decision to ask our wonderful choir to retire at Easter. While this decision was almost unanimous, it was not taken without recognizing that it would be painful for some members of the choir and congregation. The decision was taken after a period of consultation with the choir and much prayer. We were mindful that choir numbers have reduced in recent years, with the loss of two younger members in the past months; and with ill health an increasing factor affecting attendance. Our intention is that Dawn Easthope should remain as Director of Music and to recruit a Festival Choir from among the existing choir and wider congregation to sing on special occasions e.g. Easter/Christmas/Harvest. We would especially like to host a Songs of Praise service in the summer. There is no plan to change our style of worship, nor any other hidden agenda. Greg is willing to visit anyone to talk further one to one and pray.

Palm Sunday
As we look forward to our Palm Sunday re-enactment of the passion story, we are looking for volunteer performers, seamstresses and prop makers. Anyone who would like to help in any way should speak to Greg or Kate Howarth. Actors should be 8+.

Passover
Our annual Passover service/meal takes place on Monday 26th March at 7pm. For catering purposes, if you wish to attend, please sign on the list at the back of church.  Please don’t leave this till the last minute because there is a limit to our capacity. There is a special role for children at the meal, so children’s attendance is warmly encouraged.

Passion Praise
On Tuesday of Holy Week (the 27th) there will be a service at 7pm with music and readings commemorating the Passion of our Lord. If you would like to read at this service, please speak to Greg.

Forget me Not
Our fortnightly group for people living with dementia next meets on Tuesday 13th March at 2pm. All welcome. For further details, please speak to Rita.

Pram Service
Our next service for pre-school children and their carers takes place on Tuesday 13th March at 9.15am, (doors opening from 8.45am).

All Star Theatre Company
The drama group run by Greg, Selina and Emma will be running on Thursdays at 6pm at St Oswald’s Church. The project this term is Rapunzel.

Bible Video Project
St Andrew’s will be making a short video in the coming weeks, interviewing people about what they get out of reading the bible. We are looking for volunteers to speak to camera for about 40 seconds. We are looking for people who don’t mind talking about the difficulties as well as the joys of bible reading. If you might be interested, please speak to Sue Masters.

Seek His Face
Our next gathering for prayer, praise and prophecy takes place next Sunday at 6.30pm led by Greg.

Kidz Klub
Anyone who is able to help out at Kidz Klub on Tues 27th March from 5-6.15pm to help with refreshments etc. should contact Sarah Adamson at kidzklubcov@gmail.com. Kidz Klub is based at Limbrick Wood Baptist Church and is supported by St Andrew’s in prayer and with occasional financial support because of their commitment to sharing God’s love with the children of Tile Hill. You can also support them at this time by buying a Real Easter Egg or donating £4 so that each child receives an Easter Egg. Please give eggs or money to Greg or Phil (they promise not to eat the eggs!) by March 14th.

Christians Against Poverty
Are looking for volunteers to act as befrienders, who will accompany one of the Christians Against Poverty staff as they visit clients in the area who are trying to free themselves from debt. For further information, contact IanBurton@CAPUK.org or speak to Greg.

Local Church Prayer Meeting
Members of local churches gather together on the second Wednesday of each month at St James Church on Tile Hill Lane at 7.30am to pray for 30 minutes followed by breakfast for those who can stay. Please speak to Greg or Phil if you would like a lift.

Screen Technician
We are looking to recruit an additional audio-visual operator to join our select team of Steve and Paul. This would only require a once in a while commitment on a Sunday morning to cover holidays. Full training provided. Concentration is the most important gift needed!

Link Deliveries
Barbara Warner is looking for a volunteer to share the role of coordinating link deliveries, perhaps on a month about basis. The role entails bundling the links up when they arrive towards the end of the month and recruiting new deliverers as necessary. For further information, please speak to Greg or Barbara at bwarner113@gmail.com

Quiz Night
Thanks to all those who supported the Quiz Night on Friday. 140 tickets were sold, our best ever return.

Brandon’s Natural Way – Memorial Garden Fundraiser
“I Bake it – You Take It” – Sunday 18th March, 2pm – 4pm at Eastern Green Village Hall. In memory of Brandon a little boy from St Andrew’s Infant C of E School who passed away suddenly before Christmas. All funds will go towards creating an everlasting memory of Brandon within the school grounds by way of a memorial garden to honour this little boy’s true love of the outdoors and nature. If you would like to buy raffle tickets Gary/Daniel will be selling them 50p a ticket/£2.50 a book.

Children’s Society Boxes
If you have a box, please either bring to Church and ensure it is left in the vestry for me to collect, or I will collect from your home. I take this opportunity to thank you all for your continuing support for this worthy charity. God bless you all. Jackie Lynch

Parish Weekend Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd April 2018
WHAT IS IT? A weekend away for members of St Andrew’s/St Andy’s to come together for Bible teaching, worship, prayer and fellowship. WHERE IS IT? Shallowford House, Staffordshire (about an hour’s drive from Coventry). WHO IS IT FOR? Everyone including children. There is a cost of £140 per adult (with reductions for children) which includes all meals. There is an early bird discount of £10 if booked before 25th February. Interested? Want to know more? Speak with Sue Masters 07958322026 or Greg Smith.

New Home Group
A new evening home group is starting on Thursday evenings. The group will be led by Becky Crowe and Rita, and will meet at Rita’s home in Nailcote Avenue. The new group will meet on a fortnightly basis from 7.30pm-9pm and will be a time of fellowship, Bible study and discussion. We would love you to join us so please think about if you would like to be part of this new group. If you would like to know more or interested in joining please speak with Becky or Rita or contact Sue Masters (07958 322026).

Retreat in Daily Life
St. Andrew’s will be holding a Retreat in Daily Life, commencing Sunday 14th April 2018. Such retreats offer an opportunity to commit to a period of more intentional prayer, while continuing our normal routines. For further information, please see the Leaflet “A Coventry Retreat in Daily Life” or have a word with Lesley Lee.

Gideon Bibles
We have been able to donate a further £45 to the Society for which they are extremely grateful and would like to thank all those who have filled the tubes (mites) with their spare change. It is amazing how it mounts up, and appreciate your continued support. A receipt for this amount is on the noticeboard at the back of the church. Many thanks, Barbara Warner.

Altar Dressing
We are looking for volunteers to join the Sunday Service Rota, particularly for dressing the Altar before the 10am Sunday Service. This would require those who feel they would be able to help arriving at church in good time to have the Altar prepared before the majority of worshipers arrive. This is not an arduous or complicated task and full instruction will be given. The frequency of duty would be every three or four weeks, depending on the number of volunteers coming forward. Those interested please contact Greg or Steve Wankling. Thank you.

Mother’s Day Posies
Volunteers needed on Saturday 10th March at 9.15am to make up posies for Mother’s Day. Thank you. Ann Dove.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
On the 25th May 2018, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will replace the Data Protection Act of 1998. The good news is that the GDPR main concepts and principles are very similar to those contained in the current act. As a church we take the responsibility of your personal data very seriously, with the new rules coming into effect, we must contain consent to hold your personal information. At any point you can ask for all data being held on you, and for all information to be removed. The information will only be shared by the leadership team for activities within the church or pastoral needs. Consent forms are being distributed over the next couple of weeks, please ensure these are returned to Becky Crowe or Linda Chylinski.

Easter Flowers
If you would like to make a donation towards the cost of the Easter flowers please see Ann Dove.

Easter Raffle
To raise funds for the church we intend to hold an Easter raffle and would be grateful for donations of prizes. If you are able to donate please pass you item(s) to Charley Watts or Linda Chylinski. Thank you.

Main Door
Please remember to close the main door and windows when not in use. This will help to keep the church warmer during colder months and save on energy bills.

Prayer List
Please pray for Lynnette Clarke, Ruth Sutcliffe, Pat Trickett, Tako N’gambi, Darren Lee, Ann Crowley, Norah Hall, Andrew Rennie, George Cooke, Flix Haynes, Fred Edwards, Derek Shale, Jean Selby, Colin & Pauline Smith, Beryl Poppit, Lara Santostefano, Brenda Lawrence, Rosemary Pottinger, Jo Hanney and Hannah Miller. To add names to the list please contact Julie at administrator@standrews-eg.org.uk or 07756 918847.

Diary Dates March
Sun 4th 8.00am Said Communion
10.00am Worship 4 All
4.00pm Band Practice
6.30pm Ignatian Service
Thurs 8th 6.00pm Drama Club at St Oswald’s
Sun 11th 10.00am Parish Communion for Mothering Sunday
6.30pm Seek His Face
Mon 12th 7.30pm PCC meeting
Tues 13th 9.15am Pram Service
2.00pm Forget me Not in church
Weds 14th 7.30am Prayer at St James
Readings at 8am Exodus 20.1-17 (p 77) & John 2.13.22 (p 1065)
Reader Elizabeth Shelton
President Greg Smith
Worship 4 all led by Greg Smith
Preacher Sue Masters
Intercessions Emma Wildman
Technical Support Paul Crowe
Next week Colossians 3.12-17 & Luke 2.33-35

 

Pews News – 25th February 2018

25th February 2018 – The Second Sunday of Lent

Welcome
St Andrew’s Church welcomes allcomers, whether this is your first time or thousandth time in church. You are welcome whatever your age, gender, marital status, disability, race or sexuality. You are welcome whether you have a deep and mature faith in Christ; are uncertain and still seeking; or have no faith. If you are new to church, please do take a welcome leaflet to be found in the pews; and do not hesitate to ask one of the welcomers if you have any queries.

Church Choir
On February 12th, St Andrew’s PCC took the difficult decision to ask our wonderful choir to retire at Easter.  While this decision was almost unanimous, it was not taken without recognizing that it would be painful for some members of the choir and congregation. The decision was taken after a period of consultation with the choir and much prayer. We were mindful that choir numbers have reduced in recent years, with the loss of two younger members in the past months; and with ill health an increasing factor affecting attendance. Our intention is that Dawn Easthope should remain as Director of Music and to recruit a Festival Choir from among the existing choir and wider congregation to sing on special occasions e.g. Easter/Christmas/Harvest. We would especially like to host a Songs of Praise service in the summer. There is no plan to change our style of worship, nor any other hidden agenda. Our hope is that we can take the opportunity at Easter to properly thank the choir for their years of loyal service and celebrate their ministry. Greg is willing to visit anyone from the choir or congregation to talk further one to one and pray. Please let him know if you would like to take advantage of this.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
On the 25th May 2018, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will replace the Data Protection Act of 1998. The good news is that the GDPR main concepts and principles are very similar to those contained in the current act. As a church we take the responsibility of your personal data very seriously, with the new rules coming into effect, we must contain consent to hold your personal information. At any point you can ask for all data being held on you, and for all information to be removed. The information will only be shared by the leadership team for activities within the church or pastoral needs. Consent forms are being distributed over the next couple of weeks, please ensure these are returned to Becky Crowe or Linda Chylinski.

Link Deliverers
The Link is ready for collection in the side room, if you deliver or are able to take to someone who does near to you, we would be grateful if you could take the bundle for delivery. If anyone should have incorrect numbers or their bundle is missing please contact Barbara Warner. Thank you.

Palm Sunday
As we look forward to our Palm Sunday re-enactment of the passion story, we are looking for volunteer performers, seamstresses and prop makers. Anyone who would like to help in any way should speak to Greg or Kate Howarth. Actors should be 8+.

Parish Weekend Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd April 2018
WHAT IS IT? A weekend away for members of St Andrew’s/St Andy’s to come together for Bible teaching, worship, prayer and fellowship. WHERE IS IT? Shallowford House, Staffordshire (about an hour’s drive from Coventry). WHO IS IT FOR? Everyone including children. There is a cost of £140 per adult (with reductions for children) which includes all meals. There is an early bird discount of £10 if booked before 25th February. Interested ? Want to know more? Speak with Sue Masters 07958322026 or Greg Smith.

Retreat in Daily Life
St. Andrew’s will be holding a Retreat in Daily Life, commencing Sunday 14th April 2018. Such retreats offer an opportunity to commit to a period of more intentional prayer, while continuing our normal routines. For further information, please see the Leaflet “A Coventry Retreat in Daily Life” or have a word with Lesley Lee.

Favourite Bible Quotes
Most of us have favourite verses from the Bible that are inspirational in some way and help us in our day to day life. St Andrew’s would like to put up a wall display of such quotations within our church. Please see the leaflet entitled Favourite Bible Quotes being handed out today or speak to/contact Lesley Lee. 

Gideon Bibles
We have been able to donate a further £45 to the Society for which they are extremely grateful and would like to thank all those who have filled the tubes (mites) with their spare change. It is amazing how it mounts up, and appreciate your continued support. A receipt for this amount is on the noticeboard at the back of the church. Many thanks, Barbara Warner.

Good Neighbours Recruiting
HOPE Coventry’s Good Neighbours project is currently recruiting paid local coordinators (15 hours/week, days to be agreed) to serve older people and their communities, including churches. Anyone in the congregation who is interested in the job, please apply via hopecoventry.org.uk/latest/

Altar Dressing
We are looking for volunteers to join the Sunday Service Rota, particularly for dressing the Altar before the 10am Sunday Service. This would require those who feel they would be able to help arriving at church in good time to have the Altar prepared before the majority of worshipers arrive. This is not an arduous or complicated task and full instruction will be given. The frequency of duty would be every three or four weeks, depending on the number of volunteers coming forward. Those interested please contact Greg or Steve Wankling. Thank you.

Mother’s Day Posies
Volunteers needed on Saturday 10th March at 9.15am to make up posies for Mother’s Day. Thank you. Ann Dove.

Easter Flowers
If you would like to make a donation towards the cost of the Easter flowers please see Ann Dove.

Easter Raffle
To raise funds for the church we intend to hold an Easter raffle and would be grateful for donations of prizes. If you are able to donate please pass you item(s) to Charley Watts or Linda Chylinski. Thank you.

Forget me Not
Our new group for people living with dementia and their carers continues on Tuesday 27th February at 2pm in church. For further details, please speak to Rita.

All Star Theatre Company
The drama group run by Greg, Selina and Emma starts up again on Thursday at 6pm at St Oswald’s Church. The project this term is Rapunzel.

New Home Group
A new evening home group is starting on Thursday evenings. The group will be led by Becky Crowe and Rita, and will meet at Rita’s home in Nailcote Avenue. The new group will meet on a fortnightly basis from 7.30pm-9pm and will be a time of fellowship, Bible study and discussion. We would love you to join us so please think about if you would like to be part of this new group. If you would like to know more or interested in joining please speak with Becky or Rita or contact Sue Masters (07958 322026).

Bible Video Project
St Andrew’s will be making a short video in the coming weeks, interviewing people about what they get out of reading the bible. We are looking for volunteers to speak to camera for about 40 seconds. We are looking for people who don’t mind talking about the difficulties as well as the joys of bible reading. If you might be interested, please speak to Sue Masters.

Kidz Klub
Anyone who is able to help out at Kidz Klub on Tues 27th March from 5-6.15pm to help with refreshments etc. should contact Sarah Adamson at kidzklubcov@gmail.com. Kidz Klub is based at Limbrick Wood Baptist Church and is supported by St Andrew’s in prayer and with occasional financial support because of their commitment to sharing God’s love with the children of Tile Hill. You can also support them at this time by buying a Real Easter Egg or donating £4 so that each child receives an Easter Egg. Please give eggs or money to Greg (He promises not to eat the eggs!).

Pram Service
Our next ever popular Pram Service takes place this Tuesday at 9.15am (doors open from 8.45am). The service is aimed at pre-school children and their carers with craft, song and stories. This week’s theme: Leaving God’s Garden.

Christians Against Poverty
Are looking for volunteers to act as befrienders, who will accompany one of the Christians Against Poverty staff as they visit clients in the area who are trying to free themselves from debt. For further information, contact IanBurton@CAPUK.org or speak to Greg.

Screen Technician
We are looking to recruit an additional audio-visual operator to join our select team of Steve and Paul. This would only require a once in a while commitment on a Sunday morning to cover holidays. Full training provided. Concentration is the most important gift needed!

Quiz Night
Another fun Quiz Night is planned for Friday March 2nd at the Massey Ferguson Social Club at 7pm. Tickets are available from Rita or Julie at administrator@standrews-eg.org.uk or 07756 918847. They cost £9 adults and £5 children, including a fish & chip supper. The event is jointly organised by the church and Allesley Green Residents Association. Today is the last day to get tickets.

Mission Partners
Our latest newsletter from Dan & Phillipa Munday, our Mission Partners, is at the back of church (in the red folder).

Prayer List
Please pray for Lynnette Clarke, Ruth Sutcliffe, Jane Caswell, Pat Trickett, Tako N’gambi, Darren Lee, Ann Crowley, Norah Hall, Andrew Rennie, George Cooke, Flix Haynes, Fred Edwards, Derek Shale, Jean Selby, Colin & Pauline Smith, Beryl Poppit, Lara Santostefano, Brenda Lawrence, Rosemary Pottinger, Jo Hanney and Hannah Miller. To add names to the list please contact Julie at administrator@standrews-eg.org.uk or 07756 918847.

Diary Dates Feb/Mar
Mon 26th Feb 10.30am Lent Group at 55 Handsworth Cresc
7.30pm Eastern Green History Group in church
7.30pm Prayer Team at 22 Hathaway Rd
Tues 27th Feb 9.15am Pram Service in church
2.00pm Forget me Not in church
7.00pm Allesley Green Residents Association
Weds 28th Feb 7.30pm Leadership meeting at 22 Hathaway Rd
Thurs 1st Mar 6.00pm Drama club at St Oswald’s Church
Fri 2nd Mar 7.00pm Quiz Night at Massey Ferguson Social Club
Sun 4th Mar 8.00am Said Communion
10.00am Worship 4 All
4.00pm Band Practice
6.30pm Ignatian Service
Mon 4th Mar 7.30pm Baptism Preparation in church
Readings Gen 17.1-7, 15, 16 (p 16) & Mark 8.31-38 (p 1012)
Readers Sara Parkes & Jill Joyce
Preacher Nick Tooby
President Lynnette Clarke
Comm Asst Phil Richardson
Intercessions Phil Richardson
Children Linda & Veronika
Next week at 8am Exodus 20.1-17 & John 2.13.22

 

Priorities 2018

Priorities 2018 

Mission through:

  1. Develop and support children’s ministry to focus on growth and discipleship
  1. Develop a more Passionate Spirituality
  1. Develop and support music for worship and its leaders

Pews News – 18th February 2018

18th February 2018 – The First Sunday of Lent

Welcome
St Andrew’s Church welcomes allcomers, whether this is your first time or thousandth time in church. You are welcome whatever your age, gender, marital status, disability, race or sexuality. You are welcome whether you have a deep and mature faith in Christ; are uncertain and still seeking; or have no faith. If you are new to church, please do take a welcome leaflet to be found in the pews; and do not hesitate to ask one of the welcomers if you have any queries.

Children’s Church
As it is the start of half term Children’s Church will not be meeting in the school today. A craft box of activities is available for children to use in the side room during today’s service. Children’s Church will meet again as normal next Sunday, when we will begin a series of sessions about people Jesus met. We have space for more children to join us. For further information please contact Hilary on 07980 596646.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
On the 25th May 2018, General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will replace the Data Protection Act of 1998. The good news is that the GDPR main concepts and principles are very similar to those contained in the current act. As a church we take the responsibility of your personal data very seriously, with the new rules coming into effect, we must contain consent to hold your personal information. At any point you can ask for all data being held on you, and for all information to be removed. The information will only be shared by the leadership team for activities within the church or pastoral needs. Consent forms are being distributed over the next couple of weeks, please ensure these are returned to Becky Crowe or Linda Chylinski.

Altar Dressing
We are looking for volunteers to join the Sunday Service Rota, particularly for dressing the Altar before the 10am Sunday Service. This would require those who feel they would be able to help arriving at church in good time to have the Altar prepared before the majority of worshipers arrive. This is not an arduous or complicated task and full instruction will be given. The frequency of duty would be every three or four weeks, depending on the number of volunteers coming forward. Those interested please contact Greg or Steve Wankling. Thank you.

Days Off
We thought it might be helpful to know when Church staff are not available.
Greg & Phil’s day off is usually Friday.
Emma is off from 6pm Friday until 9am Sunday.
Julie’s working hours are 8am-2pm Monday & Wednesday and 8am-12pm Friday
Please only disturb them in the event of death or serious illness.

Easter Raffle
To raise funds for the church we intend to hold an Easter raffle and would be grateful for donations of prizes. If you are able to donate please pass you item(s) to Charley Watts or Linda Chylinski. Thank you.

St. Andrew’s Lent Group 2018
Thinking about what to give up for Lent –biscuits, chocolate, your glass of wine? Why not try a different approach this year and take something up for Lent, like looking at the Bible, reflecting on the significance of Jesus life and sacrifice, sharing together with others. The Lent group could be the place for you to do this. This year we will be meeting on Monday mornings from 10.30am to 12.00 noon at 55 Handsworth Crescent. The morning will include a time for fellowship and group discussion as we share together. All are welcome and if you have never been to a small group or to a Bible study group why not come along and be part of this group during Lent. If you want to know more or you are interested in being part of the group please speak with Sue Masters or email me on susanmasters@sky.com.

Easter Flowers
If you would like to make a donation towards the cost of the Easter flowers please see Ann Dove.

Palm Sunday
As we look forward to our Palm Sunday re-enactment of the passion story, we are looking for volunteer performers, seamstresses and prop makers. Anyone who would like to help in any way should speak to Greg or Kate Howarth. Actors should be 8+.

Parish Weekend Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd April 2018
WHAT IS IT? A weekend away for members of St Andrew’s/St Andy’s to come together for Bible teaching, worship, prayer and fellowship. WHERE IS IT? Shallowford House, Staffordshire (about an hour’s drive from Coventry). WHO IS IT FOR? Everyone including children. There is a cost of £140 per adult (with reductions for children) which includes all meals. There is an early bird discount of £10 if booked before 25th February. Interested? Want to know more? Speak with Sue Masters 07958322026 or Greg Smith.

Bible Video Project
St Andrew’s will be making a short video in the coming weeks, interviewing people about what they get out of reading the bible. We are looking for volunteers to speak to camera for about 40 seconds. We are looking for people who don’t mind talking about the difficulties as well as the joys of bible reading. If you might be interested, please speak to Sue Masters.

Kidz Klub
Anyone who is able to help out at Kidz Klub on Tues 27th March from 5-6.15pm to help with refreshments etc. should contact Sarah Adamson at kidzklubcov@gmail.com. Kidz Klub is based at Limbrick Wood Baptist Church and is supported by St Andrew’s in prayer and with occasional financial support because of their commitment to sharing God’s love with the children of Tile Hill. You can also support them at this time by buying a Real Easter Egg or donating £4 so that each child receives an Easter Egg. Please give eggs or money to Greg (He promises not to eat the eggs!).

Christians Against Poverty
Are looking for volunteers to act as befrienders, who will accompany one of the Christians Against Poverty staff as they visit clients in the area who are trying to free themselves from debt. For further information, contact IanBurton@CAPUK.org or speak to Greg.

Forget me Not
Our new group for people living with dementia and their carers continues on Tuesday 27th February at 2pm in church. For further details, please speak to Rita.

Allesley Green Prayer Group
A small group meet to pray for Allesley Green once a month. Our next gathering is on Tuesday 20th February at 7.30pm at 27 Polperro Drive.

Roof Appeal
There is some urgent remedial work needing to be undertaken on the church roof, costing approximately £700, which was not anticipated in the church budget for the year. Without these repairs, we will soon be experiencing climate change inside the church! Anyone who feels called to make a contribution towards meeting this bill, and who can afford to do so without it effecting their regular giving could put a gift in an envelope marked roof appeal and place it on the offertory plate or give it directly to a sidesperson or churchwarden. All gifts will be greatly appreciated.

Screen Technician
We are looking to recruit an additional audio-visual operator to join our select team of Steve and Paul. This would only require a once in a while commitment on a Sunday morning to cover holidays. Full training provided. Concentration is the most important gift needed!

Quiz Night
Another fun Quiz Night is planned for Friday 2nd March at the Massey Ferguson Social Club at 7pm.  Tickets are available from Rita or Julie at administrator@standrews-eg.org.uk or 07756 918847. They cost £9 adults and £5 children, including a fish & chip supper. The event is jointly organised by the church and Allesley Green Residents Association.

Mission Partners
Our latest newsletter from Dan & Phillipa Munday, our Mission Partners, is at the back of church (in the red folder).

Sermon Summary
The three questions posed by the Christian faith:
Who do you say He is?
Do you love Him?
What are you going to do now?

Prayer List
Please pray for Lynnette Clarke, Ruth Sutcliffe, Jane Caswell, Pat Trickett, Tako N’gambi, Darren Lee, Ann Crowley, Norah Hall, Andrew Rennie, George Cooke, Flix Haynes, Fred Edwards, Derek Shale, Jean Selby, Colin & Pauline Smith, Beryl Poppit, Lara Santostefano, Brenda Lawrence, Rosemary Pottinger, Jo Hanney and Hannah Miller. To add names to the list please contact Julie at administrator@standrews-eg.org.uk or 07756 918847.

Diary Dates Feb
Mon 19th Lent group starts
Tues 20th 1.30pm Ladies Fellowship meeting in the church side room
Tues 20th 7.30pm Allesley Green Prayer Group
Thurs 22nd 7.30pm Children’s Church planning meeting at 62 Broadwells Crescent
Tues 27th 7.00pm Allesley Green Residents Association
Weds 28th 7.30pm Leadership meeting at 22 Hathaway Rd
Readings Genesis 9.8-17 (p 10) & Mark 9.2-9 (p 1012)
Readers Victoria Kaczur & Jeremy Thomas
Preacher Greg Smith
President Greg Smith
Led by Sue Masters
Comm Asst Harvey Wyatt
Intercessions Lesley Lee
Sidespersons Hazel Elks & Rosemarie Over
Next week Gen 17.1-7, 15, 16 & Mark 8.31-38

 

Pews News – 11th February 2018

11th February 2018 – The Sunday next before Lent

Welcome
St Andrew’s Church welcomes allcomers, whether this is your first time or thousandth time in church. You are welcome whatever your age, gender, marital status, disability, race or sexuality. You are welcome whether you have a deep and mature faith in Christ; are uncertain and still seeking; or have no faith. If you are new to church, please do take a welcome leaflet to be found in the pews; and do not hesitate to ask one of the welcomers if you have any queries.

Palm Crosses
If you are able, please return your Palm Crosses by Sunday 11th February. Leave them at the back of church, and they will be burnt to produce ash for our Ash Wednesday service, which takes place on 14th February at 7pm. The service consists of the imposition of ashes, the Ash Wednesday litany and Holy Communion. All welcome. Anyone willing to act as sidesperson or read at the service should speak to Phil or Greg.

Pram Service 13th February
There will be a pancake race after the Pram Service on Shrove Tuesday. All parents / grandparents / carers/ babies and toddlers are welcome to join in the fun! There will be a pancake breakfast and crafts for the children from 8.45am, with a baby and toddler friendly service beginning at 9.15am. If you would like to come it would be helpful if you could let Emma know by emailing her at st_andrews_emma@outlook.com or phone Hilary on 07980 596646.

St. Andrew’s Lent Group 2018
Thinking about what to give up for Lent –biscuits, chocolate, your glass of wine? Why not try a different approach this year and take something up for Lent, like looking at the Bible, reflecting on the significance of Jesus life and sacrifice, sharing together with others. The Lent group could be the place for you to do this. This year we will be meeting on Monday mornings from 10.30am to 12.00 noon at 55 Handsworth Crescent. The morning will include a time for fellowship and group discussion as we share together. All are welcome and if you have never been to a small group or to a Bible study group why not come along and be part of this group during Lent. If you want to know more or you are interested in being part of the group please speak with Sue Masters or email me on susanmasters@sky.com.

Ash Wednesday
Our special Ash Wednesday Service take place on 14th February at 7pm. The service includes the imposition of ashes to mark the start of Lent and Holy Communion. All welcome.

Palm Sunday
As we look forward to our Palm Sunday re-enactment of the passion story, we are looking for volunteer performers, seamstresses and prop makers. Anyone who would like to help in any way should speak to Greg or Kate Howarth. Actors should be 8+.

Easter Raffle
To raise funds for the church we intend to hold an Easter raffle and would be grateful for donations of prizes. If you are able to donate please pass you item(s) to Charley Watts or Linda Chylinski. Thank you.

Days Off
We thought it might be helpful to know when Church staff are not available.
Greg & Phil’s day off is usually Friday.
Emma is off from 6pm Friday until 9am Sunday.
Julie’s working hours are 8am-2pm Monday & Wednesday and 8am-12pm Friday
Please only disturb them in the event of death or serious illness.

Pram Service
Our fortnightly Pram Service for pre-school babies and toddlers takes place on Tuesday 13th February. Come along and join in the pancake races. All welcome.

Parish Safeguarding Summary
1. There is now a pro forma for recording concerns or allegations of abuse within a church pinned to the noticeboard at the back of church.
2. Also on the noticeboard is a list of Course 1 dates until the end of March. Please check with Linda Chylinski if you are unsure whether you need to attend.
3. For those of you with a volunteer role within the church who have not yet completed Course 0, please could you ensure this is completed before 17th February either online or by attending the training session in the church on Saturday 17th February at 10am. Please let Julie or Linda know if you plan to attend the training session.

Bible Video Project
St Andrew’s will be making a short video in the coming weeks, interviewing people about what they get out of reading the bible. We are looking for volunteers to speak to camera for about 40 seconds. We are looking for people who don’t mind talking about the difficulties as well as the joys of bible reading. If you might be interested, please speak to Sue Masters.

Christians Against Poverty
Are looking for volunteers to act as befrienders, who will accompany one of the Christians Against Poverty staff as they visit clients in the area who are trying to free themselves from debt. For further information, contact IanBurton@CAPUK.org or speak to Greg.

Job Club
The Tile Hill job club, one of the great successes in which the church is involved, is looking for non-specialist volunteers to supplement the team, as welcomers, people with basic IT skills to help assist with job hunts and people to can spare a listening ear. For more information, please speak to Dawn Easthope at morningstar68@hotmail.co.uk

Seek His Face
A reminder that our monthly gathering for prayer, praise and prophecy takes place this evening at 6.30pm in church. All welcome.

Forget me Not
Our new group for people living with dementia and their carers continues on Tuesday 13th February at 2pm in church. For further details, please speak to Lynnette.

Roof Appeal
There is some urgent remedial work needing to be undertaken on the church roof, costing approximately £700, which was not anticipated in the church budget for the year. Without these repairs, we will soon be experiencing climate change inside the church! Anyone who feels called to make a contribution towards meeting this bill, and who can afford to do so without it effecting their regular giving could put a gift in an envelope marked roof appeal and place it on the offertory plate or give it directly to a sidesperson or churchwarden. All gifts will be greatly appreciated.

Quiz Night
Another fun Quiz Night is planned for Friday 2nd March at the Massey Ferguson Social Club at 7pm. Tickets are available from Rita or Julie at administrator@standrews-eg.org.uk or 07756 918847. They cost £9 adults and £5 children, including a fish & chip supper. The event is jointly organised by the church and Allesley Green Residents Association.

Flower Rota 2018
The 2018 flower rota is now at the back of church. There are still lots of spaces so if you would like to put your name down for a week, please do.

Parish Weekend Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd April 2018
WHAT IS IT? A weekend away for members of St Andrew’s/St Andy’s to come together for Bible teaching, worship, prayer and fellowship. WHERE IS IT? Shallowford House, Staffordshire (about an hour’s drive from Coventry). WHO IS IT FOR? Everyone including children. There is a cost of £140 per adult (with reductions for children) which includes all meals. There is an early bird discount of £10 if booked before 25th February. Interested ? Want to know more? Speak with Sue Masters 07958322026 or Greg Smith

Courses Provided by Age UK
Age UK have forwarded details of several courses that are available which include paper crafts, photography, oil painting, woodworking skills and lots more. Please see the red folder at the back of church for further details.

Prayer List
Please pray for Lynnette Clarke, Ruth Sutcliffe, Jane Caswell, Pat Trickett, Tako N’gambi, Darren Lee, Ann Crowley, Norah Hall, Andrew Rennie, George Cooke, Flix Haynes, Fred Edwards, Derek Shale, Jean Selby, Colin & Pauline Smith, Beryl Poppit, Lara Santostefano, Brenda Lawrence, Rosemary Pottinger, Jo Hanney and Hannah Miller. To add names to the list please contact Julie at administrator@standrews-eg.org.uk or 07756 918847.

Diary Dates Feb
Sun 11th 6.30pm Seek His Face
Mon 12th 7.30pm PCC meeting
Tues 13th 9.15am Pram Service
Tues 13th 2.00pm Forget me Not
Weds 14th 7.00pm Ash Wednesday Service
Thurs 15th 3.15pm Kidz Praise
Sat 17th 10.00am Course 0 Training session in the side room
Readings 2 Kings 2.1-12 & Mark 9.2-9
Readers Jeremy Thomas & Harvey Wyatt
Preacher Sue Masters
President Greg Smith
Intercessions Sue Masters
Comm Asst Nick Tooby
Sidespersons Stan Cooper & Trevor Hill
Children Hilary, Greg, Emma R & Claire
Next week Genesis 9.8-17 & Mark 1.9-15

 

Pews News – 4th February 2018

4th February 2018 – The Presentation of Christ in the Temple

Welcome
St Andrew’s Church welcomes allcomers, whether this is your first time or thousandth time in church. You are welcome whatever your age, gender, marital status, disability, race or sexuality. You are welcome whether you have a deep and mature faith in Christ; are uncertain and still seeking; or have no faith. If you are new to church, please do take a welcome leaflet to be found in the pews; and do not hesitate to ask one of the welcomers if you have any queries.

Holiday
Please note that Greg and Fran are on holiday from 31st Jan to 9th Feb inclusive as they recover from Dan and Kirstie’s wedding yesterday. We were extremely grateful for your love and support at this special time.

Palm Crosses
If you are able, please return your Palm Crosses by Sunday 11th February. Leave them at the back of church, and they will be burnt to produce ash for our Ash Wednesday service, which takes place on 14th February at 7pm. The service consists of the imposition of ashes, the Ash Wednesday litany and Holy Communion. All welcome. Anyone willing to act as sidesperson or read at the service should speak to Phil or Greg.

Pram Service 13th February
There will be a pancake race after the Pram Service on Shrove Tuesday. All parents / grandparents / carers/ babies and toddlers are welcome to join in the fun! There will be a pancake breakfast and crafts for the children from 8.45am, with a baby and toddler friendly service beginning at 9.15am. If you would like to come it would be helpful if you could let Emma know by emailing her at st_andrews_emma@outlook.com or phone Hilary on 07980 596646.

St. Andrew’s Lent Group 2018
Thinking about what to give up for Lent –biscuits, chocolate, your glass of wine? Why not try a different approach this year and take something up for Lent, like looking at the Bible, reflecting on the significance of Jesus life and sacrifice, sharing together with others. The Lent group could be the place for you to do this. This year we will be meeting on Monday mornings from 10.30am to 12.00 noon at 55 Handsworth Crescent. The morning will include a time for fellowship and group discussion as we share together. All are welcome and if you have never been to a small group or to a Bible study group why not come along and be part of this group during Lent. If you want to know more or you are interested in being part of the group please speak with Sue Masters or email me on susanmasters@sky.com.

Ash Wednesday
Our special Ash Wednesday Service take place on 14th February at 7pm. The service includes the imposition of ashes to mark the start of Lent and Holy Communion. All welcome.

Palm Sunday
As we look forward to our Palm Sunday re-enactment of the passion story, we are looking for volunteer performers, seamstresses and prop makers. Anyone who would like to help in any way should speak to Greg or Kate Howarth. Actors should be 8+.

Easter Raffle
To raise funds for the church we intend to hold an Easter raffle and would be grateful for donations of prizes. If you are able to donate please pass you item(s) to Charley Watts or Linda Chylinski. Thank you.

Days Off
We thought it might be helpful to know when Church staff are not available.
Greg & Phil’s day off is usually Friday.
Emma is off from 6pm Friday until 9am Sunday.
Julie’s working hours are 8am-2pm Monday & Wednesday and 8am-12pm Friday
Please only disturb them in the event of death or serious illness.

Pram Service
Our fortnightly Pram Service for pre-school babies and toddlers takes place on Tuesday 13th February. Come along and join in the pancake races. All welcome.

Parish Safeguarding Summary
1. There is now a pro forma for recording concerns or allegations of abuse within a church pinned to the noticeboard at the back of church.
2. Also on the noticeboard is a list of Course 1 dates until the end of March. Please check with Linda Chylinski if you are unsure whether you need to attend.
3. For those of you with a volunteer role within the church who have not yet completed Course 0, please could you ensure this is completed before 17th February either online or by attending one of the training sessions in the church on Wednesday 7th February at 7.30pm or Saturday 17th February at 10am. Please let Julie or Linda know if you plan to attend one of the training sessions.

Bible Video Project
St Andrew’s will be making a short video in the coming weeks, interviewing people about what they get out of reading the bible. We are looking for volunteers to speak to camera for about 40 seconds. We are looking for people who don’t mind talking about the difficulties as well as the joys of bible reading. If you might be interested, please speak to Sue Masters.

Christians Against Poverty
Are looking for volunteers to act as befrienders, who will accompany one of the Christians Against Poverty staff as they visit clients in the area who are trying to free themselves from debt. For further information, contact IanBurton@CAPUK.org or speak to Greg.

Job Club
The Tile Hill job club, one of the great successes in which the church is involved, is looking for non-specialist volunteers to supplement the team, as welcomers, people with basic IT skills to help assist with job hunts and people to can spare a listening ear. For more information, please speak to Dawn Easthope at morningstar68@hotmail.co.uk

Seek His Face
A reminder that our monthly gathering for prayer, praise and prophecy takes place next Sunday at 6.30pm in church. All welcome.

Forget me Not
Our new group for people living with dementia and their carers continues on Tuesday 13th February at 2pm in church. For further details, please speak to Lynnette.

Roof Appeal
There is some urgent remedial work needing to be undertaken on the church roof, costing approximately £700, which was not anticipated in the church budget for the year. Without these repairs, we will soon be experiencing climate change inside the church! Anyone who feels called to make a contribution towards meeting this bill, and who can afford to do so without it effecting their regular giving could put a gift in an envelope marked roof appeal and place it on the offertory plate or give it directly to a sidesperson or churchwarden. All gifts will be greatly appreciated.

Quiz Night
Another fun Quiz Night is planned for Friday 2nd March at the Massey Ferguson Social Club at 7pm. Tickets are available from Rita or Julie at administrator@standrews-eg.org.uk or 07756 918847. They cost £9 adults and £5 children, including a fish & chip supper. The event is jointly organised by the church and Allesley Green Residents Association.

Flower Rota 2018
The 2018 flower rota is now at the back of church. There are still lots of spaces so if you would like to put your name down for a week, please do.

Parish Weekend Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd April 2018
WHAT IS IT? A weekend away for members of St Andrew’s/St Andy’s to come together for Bible teaching, worship, prayer and fellowship. WHERE IS IT? Shallowford House, Staffordshire (about an hour’s drive from Coventry). WHO IS IT FOR? Everyone including children. There is a cost of £140 per adult (with reductions for children) which includes all meals. There is an early bird discount of £10 if booked before 25th February. Interested ? Want to know more? Speak with Sue Masters 07958322026 or Greg Smith.

Courses provided by Age UK
Age UK have forwarded details of several courses that are available which include paper crafts, photography, oil painting, woodworking skills and lots more. Please see the red folder at the back of church for further details.

Altar Flowers
This week’s altar flowers were kindly donated by Rita Muir.

Prayer List
Please pray for Lynnette Clarke, Ruth Sutcliffe, Jane Caswell, Pat Trickett, Tako N’gambi, Darren Lee, Ann Crowley, Norah Hall, Andrew Rennie, George Cooke, Flix Haynes, Fred Edwards, Derek Shale, Jean Selby, Colin & Pauline Smith, Beryl Poppit, Lara Santostefano, Brenda Lawrence, Rosemary Pottinger, Jo Hanney and Hannah Miller. To add names to the list please contact Julie at administrator@standrews-eg.org.uk or 07756 918847.

Diary Dates Feb
Sun 4th 8.00am Communion
Sun 4th 10.00am Worship 4 All
Sun 4th 6.30pm Ignatian Service
Mon 5th Deanery Synod
Weds 7th 7.30pm Safeguarding training in church
Weds 7th 7.00pm Children’s Council meeting at 538 Broad Lane
Sun 11th 6.30pm Seek His Face
Mon 12th 7.30pm PCC meeting
Tues 13th 9.15am Pram Service
Tues 13th 2.00pm Forget me Not
Weds 14th 7.00pm Ash Wednesday Service
Readings Malachi 3.1-5 (p 961) & Luke 2.22-40 (p 1028)
Reader Hilary Wankling
President Steve Burch
Worship 4 All led by Nick Tooby
Sidespersons Rita Muir and Julia McNaney
Next week Mark 9.2-9

 

Pews News – 28th January 2018

28th January 2018 – Fourth Sunday of Epiphany

Welcome
St Andrew’s Church welcomes allcomers, whether this is your first time or thousandth time in church. You are welcome whatever your age, gender, marital status, disability, race or sexuality. You are welcome whether you have a deep and mature faith in Christ; are uncertain and still seeking; or have no faith. If you are new to church, please do take a welcome leaflet to be found in the pews; and do not hesitate to ask one of the welcomers if you have any queries.

First Sunday
Next week sees our regular first Sunday pattern of communion at 8am; Worship 4 All at 10am and the Ignatian Service at 6.30pm.

Christians Against Poverty
Are looking for volunteers to act as befrienders, who will accompany one of the Christians Against Poverty staff as they visit clients in the area who are trying to free themselves from debt. For further information, contact IanBurton@CAPUK.org or speak to Greg.

Link Deliverers
The Link is ready for collection in the side room, if you deliver or are able to take to someone who does near to you, we would be grateful if you could take the bundle for delivery … many thanks. Barbara Warner.

Pram Service 13th February
There will be a pancake race after the Pram Service on Shrove Tuesday. All parents/grandparents/carers/babies and toddlers are welcome to join in the fun! There will be a pancake breakfast and crafts for the children from 8.45am, with a baby and toddler friendly service beginning at 9.15am. If you would like to come it would be helpful if you could let Emma know by emailing her at st_andrews_emma@outlook.com or phone Hilary on 07980 596646.

Palm Crosses
If you are able, please return your Palm Crosses by Sunday 11th February. Leave them at the back of church, and they will be burnt to produce ash for our Ash Weds service, which takes place on February 14th at 7pm. The service consists of the imposition of ashes, the Ash Wednesday litany and Holy Communion. All welcome. Anyone willing to act as sidesperson or read at the service should speak to Phil or Greg.

Easter Raffle
To raise funds for the church we intend to hold an Easter raffle and would be grateful for donations of prizes. If you are able to donate please pass you item(s) to Charley Watts or Linda Chylinski. Thank you.

Sunday Service Rota Volunteer
We are looking for more volunteers to read a lesson, take the elements up to the altar, dress the altar before the service or act as sidespersons during the Sunday morning service. Please give consideration as to whether you could take on one or more of these roles. With sufficient volunteers your services would only be needed about once or twice in each three month period. For more information, please speak to Steve Wankling or Greg.

Courses provided by Age UK
Age UK have forwarded details of several courses that are available which include paper crafts, photography, oil painting, woodworking skills and lots more. Please see the red folder at the back of church for further details.

Flower Rota 2018
The 2018 flower rota is now at the back of church. There are still lots of spaces so if you would like to put your name down for a week, please do.

Bible Page Numbers
We have asked readers to announce page numbers when introducing bible readings. For those of you who don’t like to be rushed in finding the right page, please note the page numbers are recorded in Pews News each week. Having bought 20 new bibles, it would be great if lots more people were following the readings.

Holiday
Please note that Greg and Fran will be on holiday from 31st Jan to 9th Feb inclusive to prepare for and then recover from Dan’s wedding on the 3rd. We would value your prayers for this special family occasion.

Kidz Praise
The next Kidz Praise service takes place on Thursday 1st February at 3.15pm led by Phil. Stories, song and craft. An informal gathering for primary school children and their families.  Arrive any time between 3.15pm and 4pm.

Days Off
We thought it might be helpful to know when Church staff are not available.
Greg & Phil’s day off is usually Friday.
Emma is off from 6pm Friday until 9am Sunday.
Julie’s working hours are 8am-2pm Monday & Wednesday and 8am-12pm Friday
Please only disturb them in the event of death or serious illness.

Parish Safeguarding Course 0 (the basic module)
Everyone who has a volunteer role at St Andrew’s Church should now have received a letter from Greg regarding the completion of Parish Safeguarding Course 0. If you have not received this then please contact Julie on 07756 918847 or administrator@standrews-eg.org.uk. The Course can be completed online by visiting http://www.dioceseofcoventry.org/Safeguarding/SafeguardingTraining and clicking on “online basic safeguarding awareness training”. This should take approximately an hour to complete, at the end of which you will be invited to download a certificate. When you have done this, please email a copy of the certificate to Julie who will forward this to Linda Chylinski (our Safeguarding Officer). Please do this by 17th February. Alternatively, you may attend one of our training sessions in church on Wednesday 7th February at 7.30pm or Saturday 17th February at 10am. Please let Julie know if you will be attending the training session. Thank you.

Safeguarding Course 1
On the noticeboard in church, I have put up Course 1 dates from now until end of March. Details of how to book are also with it, but if in doubt, please contact me. Anyone who is involved with children and/or vulnerable adults needs to attend this course every couple of years please. Thanks, Linda Chylinski.

Safeguarding
Those people who attended C0 training will be aware there is now a pro forma for recording concerns or allegations of abuse within a church. This form is now pinned onto the noticeboard at the back of church should it be required. Thank you, Linda Chylinski.

Bible Video Project
St Andrew’s will be making a short video in the coming weeks, interviewing people about what they get out of reading the bible. We are looking for volunteers to speak to camera for about 40 seconds. We are looking for people who don’t mind talking about the difficulties as well as the joys of bible reading. If you might be interested, please speak to Sue Masters.

Job Club
The Tile Hill job club, one of the great successes in which the church is involved, is looking for non-specialist volunteers to supplement the team, as welcomers, people with basic IT skills to help assist with job hunts and people to can spare a listening ear.  For more information, please speak to Dawn Easthope at morningstar68@hotmail.co.uk

Quiz Night
Another fun Quiz Night is planned for Friday 2nd March at the Massey Ferguson Social Club at 7pm. Tickets are available from Rita or Julie at administrator@standrews-eg.org.uk or 07756 918847. They cost £9 adults and £5 children, including a fish & chip supper. The event is jointly organised by the church and Allesley Green Residents Association.

Altar Flowers
This week’s altar flowers were kindly donated by Norah Hall.

Prayer List
Please pray for Lynnette Clarke, Ruth Sutcliffe, Beryl Cooper, Jane Caswell, Pat Trickett, Tako N’gambi, Darren Lee, Ann Dove, Emma Read, Ann Crowley, Norah Hall, Andrew Rennie, George Cooke, Flix Haynes, Fred Edwards, Derek Shale, Jean Selby, Mary Lee, Colin & Pauline Smith, Beryl Poppit, Lara Santostefano, Brenda Lawrence, Rosemary Pottinger, Jo Hanney, Hannah Miller and Trevor Ratcliffe. To add names to the list please contact Julie at administrator@standrews-eg.org.uk or 07756 918847.

Diary Dates Jan/Feb
Tues 30th Worship 4 All Team B meeting
Sun 4th 8.00am Communion
Sun 4th 10.00am Worship 4 All
Sun 4th 6.30pm Ignatian Service
Mon 5th Deanery Synod
Weds 7th Safeguarding training in church
Weds 7th 7.00pm Children’s Council meeting at 535 Broad Lane
Readings Deut 18.15-20 (p 197) & Mark 1.21-28 (p 1002)
Readers Peter Bruton & Trevor Hill
Preacher Greg Smith
President Greg Smith
Led by Lesley Lee
Intercessions Harvey Wyatt
Comm Asst Lesley Lee
Sidespersons Gill Tunnicliffe & June Orton
Organist Ben Hoyland
Children Becky, Lesley H & Veronika
Next week at 8am Malachi 3.1-5 & Luke 2.22-40