First Reading Acts of the Apostles 2:42-47,
Psalm 117 Response - Give thanks to the Lord for he is good, for his love have no end.
Second Reading 1 Peter 1:3-9.
Feria 9.30am on Thursday at St Andrews.
There will also be a service at Fitzwilliam Court at 2.00pm on Wednesday, organised by Churches Together in Hoyland.
The coffee morning returns after it's Easter break at 10.00am this coming Tuesday. Last weeks Tote winner of £56 was share number 140.
The Annual Parochial Church Council Meeting will take place Monday 28th April at 7.00pm in Church.
A Centenary Prayer
Gracious and generous God, We thank you for this Diocese of Sheffield.
In out centenary year. Help us to grow Christ-like, lively and diverse Christian communities in every place; Give us grace to sing for joy to the Lord And listen to your voice today; Draw us together in fellowship with your Son Jesus Christ And send us out to join in your mission of love for the world In the power of the Holy Spirit and through Jesus Christ our Lord Amen.
Newsletter 27th April 2014
Newsletter 20th April 2014
Easter Sunday Service: First Reading Apostles 10:34, 37-43
Responsorial Psalm 117 "This day was made by the Lord; we rejoice and are glad"
Second Reading was from Colossians 3:1-4
Weekday Service: The next service at St Andrews is Thursday 24th April at 9.30am
Please note there is no coffee morning in the Parish Hall this week but the hall will be open for the payment of the Tote. Last weeks lucky winner of £56.75 was share no 401
The ANNUAL PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL MEETING will take place on Monday 28th April at 7.00pm. It will be held in the Church. Nomination forms are available in the narthex for PCC members, Church Wardens and Deanery Synod Reps.
There will be a series of events across the Diocese beginning on Pentecost with a Service at Sheffield Cathedral.There will be an event in our own Deanery on 27th September. Volunteers are requested to help with hospitality. There are training sessions arranged to prepare for this, please let Father Richard know if you are interested. See the flyers in the narthex for further details or visit the website (see the Links page).
I am a rather old Saint.