Coffee Club - meetings in Dec, Jan & Feb are
as follows:12th December
9th & 23rd January
6th & 20th February
10.45 am. Price £1.Tea, Coffee, biscuits.
Walsgrave Friendship Group-
meetings in Dec, Jan & Feb are as follows:
10th & 24th January
14th & 28th February
10 – 12 noon on 2nd and 4th Thurs of each month.
St Mary’s Luncheon Club
Follows the Walsgrave Friendship Group on the dates above. 12.15 pm.£4.Speak to Claire for more details.
Wednesday morning Bible Study Group
16th & 30th January
13th & 27th February
10.45 am. All welcome
Friday Prayer Group
Alternate Fridays from 10.30-11.30am, plus coffee time. Dates as follows:
Jan 11th & 25th
Feb 8th & 22nd
See Tony Thistlewood for more information
CREW (Creative, Ready, Equipped & Willing)
- a children’s activity and worship group.
Join us to get creative @ C.R.E.W.
Saturday 15th December
Saturday 9th February
10.45 -12 noon. Craft, worship and food.
Every Sunday during 10am service apart from when Creative Communion takes place.
Creche (under 4’s), Splash (4-8’s), Combined Extreme/Grid (8+’s)
Sun 23rd Dec - Parish Communion
Christmas Eve - Christingle -3pm
Carols & Communion –7pm
Christmas Day-Communion 8am & 10am
Tuesday 19th February – 7.30 pm
Members of PCC are as follows:
Lorraine Baker-Deanery Synod
Nickie Harwood-Deanery Synod
Gary Croshaw-Deanery Synod
Coral Carson Mervyn Hancox
Val EkinMo Hearne Wilson
16th Dec-Blake Peter Binning
10th Feb-Braydon James Wood
Who’s who at St. Mary’s
Clergy: Revd. M. Tyler 7661 8845
Curate: Revd. C. McArthur0 7532 260027
Wardens: Mrs B. Hancox, Mr J. Aspden
Verger: Mr G. Croshaw
Organist: Mr C. Gardner
Brownies: Lin Marley
Guides: Hazel Turner 07909 600899
Beavers: Alison Liggins 07873 266256
Cubs: Gemma Liggins 7645 6011
Scouts: David Rhodes
Butterflies: Janet Asbridge 07977 523156
Quiz Night Val Ekin 7661 0263
St. Mary’s Church of England Academy
St. Mary’s Church Office
Sue Williams Tel: 7661 8845
Office Hours: Mon – Thurs9.30 – 12.30 pm
Parking at the Red Lion is permitted on Sunday and Wednesday mornings, though a pass with your registration number is needed.Please speak to Sue in the office.
At weddings and funerals we ask the council not to send parking attendants, so parking on the streets is acceptable.
Jesus was born in Bethlehem,
Born with no money or no fame.
We know wise men came to bring their gifts,
Peace was felt when they heard his name.
Angels watched over him,
Their voices fell softly in his ear.
His parents Mary and Joseph,
rejoiced for the greatest gift of their Son so dear.
As we know his life upon earth,
wouldn’t be grand, yet encounter strife.
But everyone knew he would be a loving child
and teach the love of God throughout his life.
As we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ
Let’s keep in mind the truth about Christmas Day.
For its not all turkey and Christmas gifts,
Give your gift of love to others in every way.
Carole Osselton 16.11.18