Please note, these notices are for the week beginning Sunday 17 March.
LENT SERMON SERIES During Lent our readings and sermon reflect the themes of the Lent course. Next Sunday Revd Canon Nick Jowett will be preaching on ‘Challenging Poverty’.
LENT LUNCHES are taking place today, 24 March & 7 April. TODAY’s hosts are International Donations Group, talk about SUCCOL. 24 March hosts are Home Donations Group, talk about Church Action on Poverty. 7 April to be confirmed. Donations to the charities welcomed.
BROOMHALL GIRLS’ GROUP Talk postponed.
BOOKS ON CLIMATE CHANGE TODAY There is a display of books on climate after the 10 am service, both from the library and personal copies. Members of the Environmental Group will be there to advise. Michael Bayley
ST MARK’S FINANCES Our target is £10k and we have had £6k promised so far. Thank you to all who have returned pledge forms. Unfortunately we have lost some generous regular givers this year so we still have some way to go to cover our costs. The CofE suggests that we give 5% of our annual income to the church. Please help us to be the kind of church we value. Thank you! Clergy & Finance Team
DONATIONS can now also be given by text. To do this send a text to 70070 Text the word ‘STMK10’ followed by the amount you’d like to donate – eg. STMK10 £2 or STMK10 £5 or STMK10 £10 You can add gift aid by following the instructions in the text receipt. Thank you.
TIM HATTON father of Wilf is raising money for Guernsey mental health charities in March by running a 20m race. If you would like to sponsor him please search for ‘Timothy Hatton’ on mydonate.bt.com Ceri
CELEBRATE OUR DIFFERENCE In an evening of international food & conversation in the Lounge on 29 March at 7.30pm. Please bring food to share, stories to tell, & songs to sing on a European theme to mark our culturally diverse community. Contact on 07817651178 Dilys Dez/Jennie Martin
ELECTORAL ROLL A new Electoral Roll is to be created at the end of March. Please note that this is a full new roll and not just a revision. Everybody who was previously on the old roll will now have to complete a new form if they wish to be added back on to the roll. Please complete an electoral roll form and return it to Peter Ryder by Sunday 31 March. Peter Ryder
FRIENDSHIP CLUB Wed at 1.30 in the Lounge. 20 March – Making a collage for Spring. All welcome. Details on 0114 348 2181 Mabel
MARKS YOUTH AND FRIENDS WEEKEND AWAY! We’ve booked the Leslie Johnson Centre in the Peaks March 22-24. Contact us if you’d be interested in coming or helping – All welcome! Est. cost £30. Talk to the Giles’, Ceri or Ben Ryan for more info.
RUTH – a play – will be performed by members of St Mark’s on March 23 at 6pm. Tell your friends. If you’d like to get involved please see Kim Edmonds, phone 01629 810145 or email email@example.com
BROOMHALL COMMUNITY LITTER PICK Sat 23 March 10.00am. Meet at top end of Collegiate Crescent (at jct. with Wharncliffe Rd, Brunswick St & Clarke St.) All equipment provided.
THE SHEFFIELD CHORALE’S SPRING CONCERT here at St Mark’s on Sat 30 March 7.30pm. An uplifting evening of song. Tickets (£10/£8 (con)/ £6 students /under 16s free) via David or Peter Ryder or call 07816 062985 or buy from firstname.lastname@example.org
BROOMHILL FESTIVAL – 14-23 JUNE Please keep this week free! Lots of good events, programme is almost complete and the brochure will come out soon. Shelagh Marston
FESTIVAL GARDEN PARTY Sat15 June. Andrew Sanderson will be helping to coordinate this year’s event, please get in touch if you can help. email@example.com Briony & Andrew
DOWNLOADABLE SERVICE BOOKLETS are now available on the St Mark’s website, please contact the office if you’d like more information.
GOOD FRIDAY ACTIVITIES FOR FAMILIES 19 Apr 9.30-11am Crafts and reflective worship. Would you like to help? email or speak to me. firstname.lastname@example.org Lynn Pocock
WANTED a music keyboard (or any other instrument) for two teenage asylum seekers. Can collect. Contact email@example.com. Thank you. Renate
GOOD GOD! Gender and Sexual Equality in the Church: Impossibility or Imperative? A study day organised by Faith & Justice and Study & Learning on 20 July. Keep the date. Joe, John & Sue