Our harvest festival is on Sunday 1st October 2017. You can come for a traditional service at 9.30 or a more informal celebration at 11am. Please bring with you something you’ve grown yourself, or something in a tin or packet we can pass on to the Doncaster Foodbank. See you then!
This Sunday (13th August) after our 11am service we’re having a bbq in the Vicarage garden. We’ll provide the sausages and bread, you bring salads, drinks and puddings!
See you there!
This Sunday is our Pentecost Picnic in the Vicarage garden at 12noon, straight after the 11am service. There will be a bouncy castle and tea, coffee and squash will be provided. Bring something to eat and something to sit on and wine or beer if that’s what you want to drink…
But before that we have our Church Prayer Meeting on Wednesday evening at 7.30pm. We’ll be using the second session of the Prayer Course and then praying together. It would be great to see you there!
We’ve got lots of great events coming up too. A St Peter’s Day service on the 29th June, The Howard Scarborough Memorial Concert on the 1st July, Strawberry Tea on the 2nd July, we’ll be at Bentley Bonanza on the 9th July and the 15th July is our Bond Ball! Phew! Get the dates in your diary and come along and enjoy yourselves.
A quick reminder that today (Thursday 4th May, 2017) there are council and mayoral elections in Doncaster. It’s important that you use your vote. Who are representatives are DOES make a difference, so please make your voice heard today.
So, here are this week’s notices.
Interested in Starting Rite? Get in touch via Facebook or call the office (number on the right) or email email@example.com.
If you want a ticket for the Easter Supper, give the office a call.
Alpha is ace, find out more at alpha.org/try
Need more information about anything? Use the tiny.cc links or scan the QR codes if you have a thingy on your phone that does it!
For more information about the forties night, click here
On Mothering Sunday (26th March) we will be having a joint service with all the Church together at 10.15am. The service will finish at about 11 and there will be a series of short meetings. The first will be to elect new Churchwardens, we need two this year. The second will be to elect members of the PCC and then to look at the annual report and accounts. The whole thing will take around 30 minutes, so we’ll be finished before your Mother’s Day Lunch, promise!
We’re looking forward to our forties night on the 11th March! Bar, Prize Quiz, Sing-a-long, Food, Raffle, basically lots of fun.
There is a prize for best dressed, but if you’d rather not dress up, that’s fine.
Book on here or call 01302 876272 for more information!
See you there!
We’re hosting an event with life stories at lunch Yorkshire on the 21st February.
Jamie Jones-Buchanan, who plays for Leeds Rhinos is coming to St Peter’s for the evening. After the coffee and tea, sports psychologist Steve Turnbull will interview Jamie about his life, sport and his faith. There will be opportunity to ask questions and afterwards for photos and so on.
The best thing is the evening is FREE and no tickets are required. Come along and meet Jamie and hear his story.