Notices for the week beginning Sunday 14th January 2018
EILEEN STAMPER Eileen’s funeral will be at St Mark’s on Thurs 18 Jan at 2.30pm followed by cremation at Hutcliffe Wood. Refreshments will be served in the lounge following the service in church. If you have a memory or thought towards her eulogy, please let me know by 14 Jan. Thanks. Shan.
JANE HARLEY MBE !! Congratulations to Jane who leads the Broomhall Breakfast team on receiving the award in the New Year’s Honours list; for services to education and to the community. Sue/Sarah
CAKE SALE TODAY (Sunday 14th) after the morning service on 14th Jan to raise funds for the Broomhall Breakfast. Sarah C & Manuch
THANK YOU to Tim Gregory who has decided that the time has come to step back from his role as Children’s Outreach Worker. Tim has built up good relationships with local schools for which we are very grateful. Sue and Sarah
CTBB SHARED LUNCH next Sunday (21st) at 12.30 with friends from The Beacon & St Andrew’s. Soup, bread and cheese & puddings. Please sign up if you can bring food. All welcome. Briony
‘WHERE THE ADVENTURE BEGINS’ a play by Riding Lights at St Luke’s Church, Lodge Moor on 18 Jan at 7.30pm. Tickets £10 from new-wine.org/adventure begins or from St Luke’s Office on 230 3199. Sarah C
BROOMHALL GIRLS YOUTH CLUB is looking for new committee members to help run the club. We meet about four times a year in the evening . If interested please contact Isabel Lloyd-Jones (268 3370 or email@example.com evenings only) for more information. Hannah J
LOST PROPERTY All items in the lost property cupboard will be out in the corridor on Sundays until the end of January, please claim your items. Anything not claimed by 31 Jan will be disposed of (to charity if appropriate). Sarah R
CASTLETON WEEKEND away aimed at students, young adults and friends 23-25 Feb. Fellowship, faith and fun. Put it in your diary! For more info see Oli, Chris or Ceri or find the Facebook event. Ceri.
FRIENDSHIP CLUB Wed 17th 1.30 activity is arm chair exercises and tips; all welcome. Mary-Jane Ryder 230 3242
CRC VACANCY CRC are seeking a new administrator, please see details on the church website.
BROOMHILL FESTIVAL SOUVENIR BROCHURES from 1998, 2000 to 2014 inclusive, 2016 available – please contact me before Mon 15 Jan. Judith@pitchforth.me.uk Thanks Judith.
ROY BARRY was 90 on 4 January. There’s a card at the back of church if you’d like to sign it. The Barry’s contact details are on the parish list, emails can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org Roy is still in hospital in Leeds.
FLOWER ROTA It is flower rota time again – I’m presuming you want your same slots? If not let me know soon. There are some free slots if anyone would like to donate flowers for a Sunday, perhaps in memory of a loved-one. Mary-Jane.
SIGNS OF HOPE about the climate. Look at the climate notice board on your right just before you go out of church for 7 things to encourage you. Michael
LENT 2018. We are planning something slightly different – inviting you to join a home group based on the BBC TV series, “Broken”. A drama following the life of a Catholic priest serving an urban parish with many social issues. Each week we shall watch an episode and consider, “where is hope to be found?” Flyers & sign-up sheets available on Sun 21 If you can host/facilitate please contact Sarah R in the office.
HOPE FOR THE FUTURE are urgently looking for a new Chair of Trustees to take over from Michael Bayley who will be stepping down early this year. Suggestions about whom to approach, or more information please contact me on 258 5248 or email@example.com. Michael.
SHEFFIELD NHS CHANGES Major changes are planned for Sheffield NHS ‘urgent care’ (care that is ‘urgent’ but not ’emergency’). Both the Walk-In Centre on Broad Lane and the Minor Injuries Unit at the RHH are due to close. Further details from the . www.sheffieldsaveournhs.co.uk www.sheffieldccg.nhs.uk Closing date for CCG consultation and survey response is 31 Jan. Helen Orton
ACCOMMODATION URGENTLY NEEDED The arrangement generously offered to Fatih, Nantanet and baby Rodi is coming to an end and all concerned are looking for more suitable housing. If you are able to offer to accommodate them, even in the short term, please talk to Oli and Marie or contact Robert Beard on firstname.lastname@example.org. Many thanks. Sue
‘AGAINST THE GRAIN – AN EVENING WITH GARTH HEWITT’ on Sat 12th May (7:30pm) at St Mark’s Church. Drawing on his extensive catalogue of songs old and new, Garth sings of hope and justice for uncertain times. Info from Simon Ennals or Tanya Ralph. Tickets will available in church nearer the time.
PLEDGE RESPONSES FOR 2018 – Regular, pledged giving is the best way for St Mark’s to manage our finances. So far only 54 pledge forms have been returned so, please return your 2018 pledge form as soon as possible (even if you are unable to increase your giving). Packs (including a pledge form) are available in the foyer. Please talk to David Ryder or Judith Pitchforth, treasurers, or to clergy.
ST MARK’S GREAT GET TOGETHER will be on Sat 16 June THIS YEAR. Can you help? We would like a small group to meet soon to plan and to delegate! please contact Sarah C.
CHRISTIANS & PAGANS – CRC Seminar evening with Paul Cudby (Upper Rm) 6-7.30pm Talking about his book – ‘The Shaken Path – a Christian Priest’s Exploration of Modern Pagan Belief and Practice’. £5 on the door. Tea/Coffee included. Sarah R.