14th September 2014 - Holy Cross Day
8.00am Holy Communion BCP
Celebrant and Preacher: The Vicar
Reading: Philippians 2: 6-11
John 3: 13-17
9.30am Morning Prayer CW
Officiant and Preacher: Dr John Stopford
Readings: Genesis 3: 1-15
John 12: 27-36a
Everyone is welcome to join us for coffee in the Mews following the service.
1.00pm Holy Baptism
To be baptized: Megan Lily Lawrenson,
6.30pm Choral Evensong BCP
Officiant and Preacher: The Vicar
Readings: Isaiah 63: 1-16
1 Corinthians 1: 18-25
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9.30am Sung Eucharist CWDownload Bulletin
6.30pm Evensong BCP
The next Pastoral Lunch will be held on Tuesday 23rd September at 12.30pm in the Mews.
Cost £6 per person
Please sign the list at the back of church if you would like to attend or speak to Linda Dutton or
Please note booking is essential for catering purposes.
On the 11th October whilst the church is being decorated for Harvest, Clive Richardson will be bringing an Apple Press to the green outside the Mews, between 10am and 4pm when we will be making apple juice. Bring along a bucket of apples & clean, clear screw top wine bottles. The cost of £2 per bucket of apples will be charged.
Refreshments will be available throughout the day.
Please sign the list at the back of church if you would like to take part.
‘Bring & Share’ Lunch
There is to be a ‘Bring & Share’ lunch at 1pm on Sunday 28th September in the Mews. This celebration is for Pauline Hayward who will have been licensed as a Pastoral Worker for both parishes on the 27th September in Chester Cathedral.
Everyone is welcome.
On Sunday 14th September at the 9.30am service two new members will be admitted. The September meeting is Tuesday 16th at 7.30pm in the Mews to plan the 2015 programme
We are having our annual Harvest ‘Spring’ Clean on Saturday
4th October at 10am.
Lunch will be provided for all helpers. Please sign the list at the back of church if you are able to help.
Please bring your gifts of fresh fruit and vegetables to church on Saturday 11th October at 10am for decorating the church. These will be distributed locally as soup boxes.
Your gifts of non-perishable goods can be brought to the 9.30am Harvest Festival Service on the Sunday when they will be received during the service. These goods will then be taken to the Foodbank.
Mid Cheshire Foodbank
Please put your donations of non-perishable food in the basket at the back of church.
Cyber Safety Talk for Adults
Wednesday 24th September 6pm
in school. Protect your children and grandchildren from the threats of cyber bullying & grooming etc.
This is FREE to attend and all are welcome.
Chester Cathedral Organ Marathon.
Andrew Millinchip & Hannah Bloor are taking part in the above on October 4th to raise funds for work on the Cathedral organ. Please speak to Andrew or Hannah and sign their sponsorship form at the back of church.
Deanery Day at Chester Cathedral
Saturday 8th November 2014
The day starts at 10am and finishes with Evensong, at 4.15pm.
Cost £15 per person to include lunch, afternoon tea and a cathedral tour (which will include the roof top viewing decks!!)
For more details of the programme and the seminars available please see the poster in church, the Mews or St Mary’s website.
Please sign the list at the back of church to book your place.
We welcome new names of those who are ill to be added to our weekly list for prayer. This is intended for a short to medium term prayer list.
After two months names will be
transferred to the vicars long term
prayer list. You can of course request that the name goes back on the list for a further period.
Regular updates would be appreciated about the condition of those who are sick.
Please let the vicar or Linda Dutton know.
St Mary's Singers meets three times each year to perform special concerts and services. The nucleus of the group is the church choir, to which are added singers from around the area who are keen to take part but cannot make a regular, weekly commitment. All are welcome to participate. Please contact our Organist & Choirmaster Andrew Millinchip firstname.lastname@example.org
Our involvement with Whitegate Primary School has enabled us to build relationships with the young people and provide a safe environment within which they can meet and continue the friendships forged at Primary School when they move onto High School.