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explore at Alpha

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Alpha is a safe place to explore the big questions of life.

join in the new season at St Peter’s from Thursday 4th October.

10am and 7.30pm, on shifts? come a different time each week that suits you.

book now by SMS 07490 582750 or email hello@stpetersbentley.org

exploring is fun.

Summer Fire

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Hurrah!  This Sunday is Summer Fire in the Vicarage garden.

There will be:
* a campfire (with a fire circle for safety)
* sausages cooked over the fire
* live music
* s’mores
* nice people to chat to
* lots of fun

All this for just £1 per person.  Unbeatable value.  
The fun starts at 5pm.  Come to church first at 4pm or go straight to the Vicarage for 5.  If you’re coming, please send us a Facebook message or sms/Whatsapp the church mobile on 07490 582750 so we can make sure there’s plenty of sausages and s’mores for everyone.


We’re Back

Posted in Job Vacancies, and news

I can’t believe it!  Saturday is the 1st September.  Our August break is over and there is loads of stuff starting up again at Church for this term.  We’re hoping and praying it will be really significant for us as a church community and for Bentley.

Keep an eye out all this week for updates on everything that’s coming.  In the meantime, have we mentioned that we’re looking for a genius Children’s and Families Worker?  Find out more here.

We are looking for a Children and Families Worker!

Posted in Job Vacancies

We are recruiting a children and families worker to help us here at St Peter’s.  Sound like you?  Read on and get applying!

Part of the Centenary Project in the Diocese of Sheffield

20 hours per week.

Salary £11,440 per annum for 20 hours/week.

This is an opportunity to join the Diocese of Sheffield’s exciting initiative, The Centenary Project, as a Children and Families Worker.

We are looking for a committed Christian, with experience in children’s work who will develop and coordinate the children’s work in the church and community.

General responsibilities: –

  • To develop and oversee the work with children and families in the parish of St Peter’s Bentley, building bridges in the community with an emphasis on developing new initiatives.
  • To coordinate and develop a team of new and existing volunteers to oversee the work with children.
  • To be a member of the Centenary Project Network.

Given the nature and context of the work it is an occupational requirement that the post holder should be a communicant member of the Church of England or a full member of a church within Churches Together in Britain and Ireland.

Contract: 3 years initially

Deadline for applications: 25th September (noon)

Interviews to be held on: 9th October     

For an informal conversation about this post, please contact Revd Dave Berry on 01302 876272 or by email at david.berry@sheffield.anglican.org or Helen Cockayne on 01709 309145 or by email at info@centenaryproject.org.uk

The information pack is online here and the application pack is here and more information about the Centenary Project is here

Summer Fire!

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St Peter’s is calming down for the Summer.  We still have our Sunday services at 9.30am and 4pm every week over the summer holidays, but there are no midweek activities.

Summer Fire will be a great way to celebrate the end of the holidays and the start of term though.  Book tickets on 01302 876272 or you can SMS or WhatsApp us on our new mobile number 07490 582750.

Book on now, give yourself another thing to look forward too!

Coming up this week (24th June – 1st July 2018)

Posted in events, and The Notices

What’s coming up this week?  When are you coming to join us?

Sunday 24th June:  This week we have our usual services at 9.30am (traditional) and 4pm (informal with activities for children).  We will be discovering how to find love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.  If you need more of those, come join us, none of our services clash with the footy 😉

Monday 25th:

Tuesday 26th: Little Fishes from 9-10.45am in the Community Hall.

Wednesday 27th: Coffee in the Carpark 8.45-9.15am, Church Prayer Meeting, 7.30pm in the Church.

Thursday 28th:

Friday 29th:  Morning Prayer in church at 9am.  It’s St Peter’s Day and we’ll be celebrating in the evening at 7.30pm with a communion service.  Our guest preacher is Revd. Amanda Barraclough.  Tea and cake afterwards!

Saturday 30th:

Sunday 1st July:  Normal service at 9.30am (traditional).  Strawberry Tea (tickets £4) at 3p, followed by church in the garden around 4pm/4.15pm (informal with activities for children).    You don’t have to come to Strawberry Tea to come to church!

Strawberry Tea

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Next Sunday, the 1st July, is Strawberry Tea.  You will love Strawberry Tea if you like

  • strawberries
  • sandwiches
  • bunting
  • cake
  • cream
  • scones

If you like more than one, you’ll be in heaven!  Tickets are £4 for adults and £2 for children. The event takes place in the Vicarage garden starting at 3pm, pre-booking (01302 876272) is best, but you can just turn up.

A short ‘church in the garden’ service will take place shortly after 4pm.

All funds raised will go towards the church building project.

Get on the phone and book now!

Parties

Posted in Stuff

Did you know you can rent St Peter’s Community Hall for a party?

The hall is available most Saturdays and we charge £45 for a three hours.  Most people have a party for two hours and use the rest of the time to set up and pack away.

If you’d like to book a party at St Peter’s Community Hall, speak to Jan, our Hall Bookings Secretary on Doncaster 788892.

Next Week (17th – 24th June 2018)

Posted in news, and The Notices

What’s coming up this week?  Will you be changing your plans?

Sunday 17th May:  This week we have our usual services at 9.30am (traditional) and 4pm (informal with activities for children).  We will be thinking about how the Holy Spirit brings us power to bring God’s Kingdom in our every day lives.

Monday 18th:

Tuesday 19th: Little Fishes from 9-10.45am in the Community Hall.  PCC, 7.15 for a 7.30pm start at the Vicarage.

Wednesday 20th: Coffee in the Carpark 8.45-9.15am, Connect Group 7.30 for an 8pm start at the Vicarage.

Thursday 21st:

Friday 22nd:  Morning Prayer in church at 9am.  20 minutes to focus on God and ask for His help for the day.

Saturday 23rd:  Howard Scarborough Memorial Concert given by the Doncaster Schools Vermuyden Concert Band, 6pm, tickets on the door £5.

Sunday 24th:  Normal services at 9.30am (traditional) and 4pm (informal with activities for children).  Come join in!

Next Week (27th May – 3rd June 2018)

Posted in news, and The Notices

It’s half term which means a quieter week at St Peter’s, here’s a look at what’s coming down the tracks this week.

Sunday 27th MayThere is no service at 9.30 this Sunday morning.  Instead, we invite you to come to St Mary’s, Sprotbrough at 10.15 instead.  At 4pm we will be welcoming people from Sprotbrough to join us as we launch our Mission Partnership.  There will be cake and tea after the service.

Monday 28th May: Bank Holiday – enjoy!

Tuesday 29th May:

Wednesday 30th May: Connect Group Social, venue tbc.

Thursday 31st May:

Friday 1st June:  Morning Prayer in church at 9am.  20 minutes to focus on God and ask for His help for the day.

Saturday 2nd June:

Sunday 3rd June:  We are back to our normal services.  9.30am traditional and 4pm informal with activities for children.  Come join in!