SUNDAY, 7th APRIL 2019 - 5th SUNDAY OF LENT Passion Sunday

posted 5 Apr 2019, 02:04 by Richard Jones

SERVICES

Today

9.30am   Parish Communion

               Rev John Hartley

Tuesday, 9th April

9.30am   Holy Communion

                Rev John Hartley


Sunday 14th April 2019

Palm Sunday

9.30am  Parish Communion

              Rev David Kennedy





PRAYERS FOR THE SICK

Giles Tipton, Peter Ledger, Janet Hartley, Harry and Millie Clarkson, Yvonne Hebberd, Bobbie, Judith Muller, Jenifer Peagram, Elizabeth Best, Arthur Bibby and Dianne

PRAYERS FOR THE DEPARTED

Leo Allen

THIS WEEK

Monday - 6.00pm to 7.00pm Office Hour in the Vicarage for the arrangement of Baptisms, Weddings or the discussion of any spiritual matter.

                 

    

Tuesday - 10.00am to 11.30am  Coffee Morning in the Narthex

                    7.30pm Mothers’ Union

                                    Speaker: Rev Jane Bury – ‘Lent’

NEWS

Experience Easter

The children of Mellor St Mary are exploring Easter through two interactive days to be held in church during school time on Wednesday 24th and Thursday 25th April.

Parents, Grandparents and friends are warmly invited to share the experience with their children from 3-15pm onwards on both of those days.   Free refreshments available.

Giving to Missions

Hilda has sent £50 (from ‘Loose Change’) to Africa for Eye Surgery work.   Thank you for your support.


Mothering Sunday ‘Thank You’

Daffodils were handed out by our Rose Queen, Annabel.  They were donated by her Grandma.

Sue Brown made beautiful Cards, distributed by Margaret Ashton on behalf of the Mothers’ Union.       

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY

May 10th at 7.30pm in the Day School – A Lancashire Night

Tickets are £10 per head, including Hot-Pot-Supper, with a veggie option, prepared by the Spread Eagle.   People will be invited to dress with a Lancashire theme.


At our Family Worship on Sunday, 19th May

our Year 3 and 4 Day School children will be performing

a short musical entitled "Resurrection Rock" which is being taught and will be conducted by Seb Roberts.



Thought for the Week


The Bible:    ‘The New Testament is the very best book that ever was or ever will be known in the world.’

                                                                                                                                                                          Charles Dickens


If you wish to contribute anything to the notices please send an email to John Hartley at john.hartley828@btinternet.com by 12 noon on Thursday


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