Weekly Notices – 14 October 2018

SUNDAY LUNCHES Today – pork stew, (veggie option), baked apples; co-ordinator Fleur.

21 October – baked potatoes and fillings; co-ordinator Anna B.

28 October – soups, bread; co-ordinator Bruce Edmonds

Pudding contributions always appreciated. All are welcome to stay.

Briony

 BBEST CONSULTATION on the Draft Neighbourhood Plan & Draft Design Guide, ends 11 Nov. To take part go to http://bbest.org.uk/the-plan/ or visit Broomhill Library for paper copies & forms. Sarah C

MARK’S MESSENGER Subscriptions (£9.00) for 2018/19 are now due. Please let Mike Hunt have your payment either by cheque (payable to St Mark’s Church PCC) or cash. Payment by Bank transfer is also possible (please see Mike). New subscribers welcome!

DID YOU KNOW that only 2% of young adults identify as Anglican. This makes our youth work all the more important! We need more leaders for all ages in our Sunday morning groups. Please chat to any of us if you think it might be something you would enjoy. Jen Ryder

 NOVEMBER MESSENGER  now gathering articles – please send them to Frances Gray, the next editor, at f.b.gray@sheffield.ac.uk

ST MARK’S CHOIR Needs new members, if you enjoy singing come to our practices on Thurs at 6.30 pm & Sundays at 9.00 am before the Parish Eucharist – no audition. Details from me, or email choir.stmarks@gmail.com

Andrew Sanderson

 BLUE BOXES If anyone has not yet found a new use for their blue recycling box, please let Sarah C know – Broomhill infant school would like to collect some to use for storage of playground equipment. Thanks. Sarah C

 FRIENDSHIP CLUB Wednesdays in the lounge at 1.30 p.m. 10 Oct:

“Study in black and white”. All welcome. Details: Rosalind 268 1426

WELCOME to Esther Gratze (from Christ Church Pitsmoor) who is on a ministry placement at St Mark’s for the autumn. She will be around for some Sunday services and also midweek – so please say hello! Sarah C

SHEFFIELD FOLK FOR GAZA/SIMON’S BIRTHDAY DO

Believe it or not Simon Ennals has a birthday in Nov that ends in a ‘0’!!

To celebrate this a bunch of excellent local Sheffield musicians will be holding a folk concert on Saturday November 10th in St Marks Church to raise money for the hospital in Gaza city. Tickets £10 in advance from Simon and Tanya today in church or on Eventbrite (or £12 on the door).

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