The Archbishops of Canterbury and York are calling people to pray between Ascension day and Pentecost, the 10-20th May 2018. We want to join in at St Peter’s. Keep an eye out for materials to help us.
In particular they are calling us to pray for five people who don’t know Jesus, that they would get to know Him. We’ve got some resources to help with that.
Keep you eyes open for more info…
This week is our Church prayer meeting. It’s tonight (Wednesday) at 7.30pm in church. We usually pray for about an hour, but don’t worry we do different things and it’s not boring! We believe that when we pray things happen and we’re confident that we’ll see God at work amongst us as we pray together tonight.
This week at our services we’ll be thinking about Jesus, the good shepherd. If you appreciate the traditional things in life come at 9.30am. If you like things more informal, or you’re hoping for some children’s activities, you’ll prefer the 4pm service.
It’s also our APCM (Annual Parochial Church Meeting) at 10.45, this is important, so if you would call yourself a member of St Peter’s we’d love to see you there too!
Here’s what’s happening this week – come on and join in!
Sunday 22nd April: As well as our normal services today, 9.30am (traditional) and 4pm (informal with activities for children), it’s the Annual Parochial Church Meeting at 10.45am. Come and find out what’s been happening and elect the Church Council for the next year.
Tuesday 24th April: Little Fishes from 9ish til 10.45. For all under reception age. Play, sensory activities, drinks, snacks, songtime. £1 per family per session.
Lunch (noon) and Communion (12.45pm) in church. All are welcome!
Wednesday 25th April: Coffee in the carpark. Grab a free tea or coffee from us in the church carpark between 8.45 and 9.15. Hang around and chat to us, or grab one and go.
Morning prayer in church after coffee in the carpark. 20 minutes to refocus on God and offer the day to Him.
Church prayer meeting in church at 7.30pm.
Thursday 26th April:
Friday 27th April: Morning Prayer in church at 9am. 20 minutes to focus on God and ask for His help for the day.
Saturday 28th April:
Sunday 29th April: Church, traditional at 9.30am and at 4pm, informal with activities for children.
It’s week 17 of our bible reading programme. Here’s the feeds you need(s)…
Easter is over, the Vicar’s had his rest and now we’re getting back to normal. This morning we had Little Fishes. Tomorrow (Wednesday) there is NO coffee in the carpark (sorry), but there is Connect in the evening, 7.30 for 8 in Sprotbrough (call the office if you need the address). Morning Prayer on Friday morning and services as usual on Sunday, 9.30am and 4pm. Next week everything is back to normal!
Tomorrow is Easter Day! Jesus is alive and we’ll have services of celebration at 9.30am (traditional) and 4.00pm (informal with activities for children). We can promise chocolate, party poppers and a great atmosphere. Doors open at 3.45pm for the 4pm service.
See you tomorrow!!
Today is Good Friday. We remember the death of Jesus. Yesterday we remembered his betrayal, today we remember his sacrifice.
The church will be open for quiet reflection between noon and 3pm. There will be two acts of worship during that time. The Way of the Cross (also known as Stations of the Cross) at 1pm and The Good Friday Liturgy at 2pm. Feel free to come and go as you please.
Maundy Thursday is the day we remember the last supper in church. Tonight we will eat a meal together like the disciples did before we take communion in Church and sit and watch and wait with Jesus. The service starts at 5.30pm in the community hall, bring something to share, you may need to leave after the meal (and that’s OK) at 6.30, or after communion (about 7pm) or at any time during the watch which will finish at 8.30pm.
Bob was right, the times they are a changin’. It’s just less than two weeks ’til clock change day (25th March) when we’ll be changing our 11am service time to 4pm. We hope you’ll love our new time, it’s the same fun service! Doors open at 3.45pm for Crumpets and (maybe) even scones if you’re lucky. See you there.