Weekly Notices – 16 June – Trinity Sunday

Notices for week beginning Sunday 16 June – Trinity Sunday

FREE CONCERT FOR PHASE Worldwide’s work in remote Nepali villages St Mark’s Church 8pm Friday 28 June Gordon Busbridge harpsichord and the Sheffield Sinfonietta playing a wonderful programme of Bach concertos and more. No tickets -retiring collection for Phase. Dilys

NEW LIBRARY BOOKS Angels: A Visible and Invisible History by Peter Stanford (Category Q), Phoebe: A Story Paula Gooder (Category Q,) Queer Theology Linn Marie Tonstad (Category P), The Man Who Went Into the West; the Life of R.S.Thomas Byron Rogers (Category N). All have been recommended. Maureen Bownas

HELP NEEDED Can you take the food collection to S6 Foodbank for us in July? Tues or Fri mornings. Please contact the office. Sarah R

EXTINCTION REBELLION – find out more about them, the climate crisis and what we can do about it.  A talk and Q&A 6pm Sun 30 June in the Upper Room. Dave Baillie

FRIENDSHIP CLUB Weds 19 June at 1.30 in the Lounge: Summer Holidays – in Song. All especially welcome as this is a Broomhill Festival event, so we may need people to welcome visitors. Details on 266 5628. Carol Rowe

SHEFFIELD CHURCH ACTION ON POVERTY AGM 7pm Thurs 20 June Quaker Meeting House. Bishop Pete will speak on ‘The Universal Mission of the Church in the Era of Universal Credit’. Reports on the group’s activities and discussion of its priorities. All welcome. David Price

CHOIR We are always open to new members. Rehearsals 6.30 – 8pm Thurs & 9am Sun. Speak to me if interested in knowing more.  David Willington

THE TIME IS NOW – a mass lobby of MPs at parliament on Weds 26 June supported by the Climate Coalition & Greener UK. We need to urge our MPs to respond urgently to the climate emergency. Sign up via the Christian Aid website. Michael Bayley

PERCEPTIONS OF CHRISTIANITY – RICHARD TETLOW CRC Seminar evening 3 July at St Mark’s.  Put the date in your diary, more details to follow.  Anne Padget

VIGIL EUCHARIST at St Mary’s. After a good start we are pausing these monthly services to review and plan.  Talk to me for more info.  Sarah C

CHRIS KNIGHT If you would like to sign the book of remembrance it is on the prayer table at the back of church. Sue

THURSDAY COMMUNION CANCELLED 20 June for a Festival Event. Sorry for any inconvenience. The clergy team

GOOD GOD! Gender and Sexual Equality in the Church: Impossibility or Imperative? 20 July. Flyers now available or check the Facebook page. John, Joe & Sue

RIDE LONDON In August James Ryder is cycling the 100 mile ‘Ride London’ race to raise money for Bwindi Community Hospital in Uganda. If you’d like to sponsor him speak to one of the Ryders. Thanks very much! Ceri

HERITAGE OPEN DAY HELP NEEDED The church will be open on Fri 20 & Sat 21 Sept between 1pm and 5pm.  We need a small team of volunteers to show visitors round – full briefing available. Please contact me. Philip Philip.churchwarden@btinternet.com

CHURCH TRIP TO GAINSBOROUGH Our Choir is singing in All Saints Church, Gainsborough on 10 Aug.  We would you like you to come along to make this a great day out for the full church family? Talk to me or contact the church office. Jane Padget

BAPTISM of Libby Pallot (Laura Gordon and David Pallot’s daughter) at St Marks on Sunday, 30 April at 2:30pm. All welcome and there will be cake and drinks afterwards. Laura Gordon

RUBBER DINGHY about 5ft x 3ft + pump + paddles.  Yours for a donation to Broomhall Breakfast. Contact 258 5248 Michael Bayley

NIGHT SERVICE SURVEY If you’re part of Night Service in any way (or would like to be) please complete the online survey (link below) to help us reflect on where we are and what could happen next. Cate https://tinyurl.com/NightService2019

BIKE WANTED for 7 year old asylum seeker. Contact Shirley or Ceri cerigallivan@hotmail.co.uk Ceri

CRC SEMINAR EVENING Weds 3 July, 18.30 for 19.00: author Richard Tetlow on ‘Connections’ – What is there, potentially important to us as Christians in our private and public lives, with which we may barely connect? British interfaith society is our starting place.” £5 on the door, £3 students, includes refreshments. Sibylle Batten

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