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Month: May 2018

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!

Next Week (13th – 20th May 2018)

Posted in news

What events are you joining in with this week at St Peter’s?

All week long we continue to join in with the Thy Kingdom Come initiative.  Keep praying!

Sunday 13th May: Our normal services today at, 9.30am (traditional) and 4pm (informal with activities for children).

Monday 14th May:

Tuesday 15th May: Little Fishes from 9ish til 10.45.  For all under reception age.  Play, sensory activities, drinks, snacks, songtime.  £1 per family per session.

A simple service of Holy Communion at 7.30pm in Church.

Wednesday 16th May: 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.

Connect Group at the Vicarage, 7.30pm for and 8pm start.

Thursday 17th May:

Friday 18th May:  Morning Prayer in church at 9am.  20 minutes to focus on God and ask for His help for the day.

Saturday 19th May:

Sunday 20th May:  It’s Pentecost today, so as well as our usual services, there’s a picnic with bouncy castle at the Vicarage in the afternoon from 2.30pm.  Our traditional service is at 9.30am and the 4pm, informal with activities for children will take place in the Vicarage garden this week!

Love

Posted in Sunday

This Sunday we are thinking about Jesus’ instructions to follow His commands and love each other.

Isn’t a bit odd for Jesus to say ‘If you love me, you’ll obey my commands’?  It wouldn’t usually be a sign of a healthy friendship, would it?

We’ll be thinking about this tomorrow at 9.30am (traditional) and 4pm (informal with activities for children).

Why don’t you come and join us?

Next Week (6th-13th May 2018)

Posted in news

Just so you know, this is what’s going on during another busy week at St Peter’s.

Sunday 6th May: Our normal services today at, 9.30am (traditional) and 4pm (informal with activities for children).

Monday 7th May: Bank Holiday Monday – enjoy!

Tuesday 8th May: Little Fishes from 9ish til 10.45.  For all under reception age.  Play, sensory activities, drinks, snacks, songtime.  £1 per family per session.

If you’re on the PCC we’re meeting at 7.30pm at the Vicarage, feel free to arrive from 7.15 so we can try and start promptly.

Wednesday 9th May: 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.

Connect Group at the Vicarage, 7.30pm for and 8pm start.

Thursday 10th May: Today is Ascension Day!  There is a special service at St Mary’s, Sprotbrough at 7.30pm, see you there!

Friday 11th May:  Morning Prayer in church at 9am.  20 minutes to focus on God and ask for His help for the day.

Saturday 12th May:

Sunday 13th May: Church, traditional at 9.30am and at 4pm, informal with activities for children.

Photo adapted from https://www.flickr.com/photos/erix/17553536798.

The Ascension

Posted in events

Next Thursday (10th May) is Ascension Day.  It’s the day 40 days after Easter when we remember Jesus rising to heaven.  We will be celebrating with a special service at St Mary the Virgin Sprotbrough at 7.30pm.  Amanda Barraclough will be taking the service and the preacher is Dave Berry.

Come and find out what it’s all about next Thursday evening.  See you there!

Ascension Day marks the start of Thy Kingdom Come too, so start thinking about who you’re going to pray for over the 10 days!