Keeping the Church locked
We are having trouble with a visitor(s) to the Church. The PCC has decided to keep the Church locked, except for services or by prior arrangement with Fr Edmund or Lynda, the Parish Secretary
Please can I have some?
“I would like to be part of the St George’s Church community. I would like to take communion and take one more step on the journey of faith.”
There is an opportunity at the beginning of September to start thinking and taking that further step in faith. Bishop William will come on Sunday
26 November at 9.30am for a confirmation service.
Fr Edmund already has details of some people wishing to take this next step. If you would like to join a group preparing for confirmation please have a word with him after the service or e-mail him on email@example.com.
SICK ANNIVERSARY OF THEIR DEATH
RON CORK IVAN SPENCE
ANNIVERSARY OF THEIR DEATH
Evening of Music with Strawberries and Wine
Friday 30 June in aid of The Children’s Society. Details from Jackie.
Mothers’ Union Cake Stall
There will be a cake stall TODAY in the Parish Centre after the 9.30am Eucharist.
The Giving Machine giving St George’s free cash donations Remember! When you are buying any items online, make sure that you generate a free cash donation with every purchase via www.TheGivingMachine.co.uk. There are over 600 of the most popular stores taking part in the scheme making it so easy for you to make difference without it costing you a penny more than the normal purchase price of your item.
Trafford South Foodbank
The regular donations made by members of the congregation at
St George’s are very much appreciated by the Foodbank. Along with the staple food contributions, donations of toiletries, such as toothpaste, toothbrushes, soap, shower gel, shampoo, toilet rolls etc and nappies, particularly size 5, would also be very welcome. Thank you.
ON WEDNESDAY AT 10.00 AM EUCHARIST
Parking is very limited at the Parish Centre as priority is given to businesses and Play Group. There is one disabled parking slot.
Please park in front of the Church or in one of the side roads.
DO NOT PARK in designated spaces or by the bollards.
ON SUNDAYS AT 9.30 AM EUCHARIST
We do have more spaces available at the Parish Centre on Sunday, but we have more people coming to Church. If you do not have a mobility problem or equipment please use the school car park.
DON’T LEAVE IT UNTIL THE LAST MINUTE!
DATES FOR YOUR DIARY
We have a busy year packed with events for everyone to get involved in. The Social Events for your diary for the coming months are:
Picnic in the park – Sunday 2nd July at 12pm – we will decamp to John Leigh Park to enjoy the sunshine, food and games for all.
Welcome back after summer – Coffee and Cake Sunday 17th September – Coffee and cake will be provided by the social committee on this date
as a welcome back after the summer holidays.
Harvest Supper – Saturday 30th September 2017 – More details to follow.
Children’s Christmas Party Sunday 10th 2017 – More details to follow.
Altrincham Interfaith Group Annual Grand Picnic
On Sunday 16th July, 2017 at 2.00pm at Denzell Gardens, Dunham Road WA14 4QF (150yds past the Vegetarian Society sign). Please see map on the notice board in Church as to where to meet at 2.00 pm. Eating from 2.30 pm. Bring enough food for yourself or your family, plus a little more to share. Don’t worry about dietary rules – people can choose what they like. Simple labels on food, saying what they contain would be a great help. Park near Denzell House or in Green Walk where there is a small black and white lytch gate entrance. If the weather is uncertain, please contact 07989860769 (Carolyn Jones) to confirm that the picnic is still on If you get lost on the day, call 07989860769. Everyone welcome – all ages! Children – bring along balls and games!
Seen in St Mary’s Church, Rhuddlan
The Ten Welcoming Commandments
• We will make you welcome
• We will be family friendly
• We will make sure you can hear clearly
• We will be practical and relevant
• We will help you explore answers to your deepest questions
• We will offer you time to stop and think in a busy life
• We will help you make sense of the Bible and who Jesus is
• We will make sure your visit will be helpful but challenging
• We will help you discover for yourself God’s love, acceptance and forgiveness
• We will offer you the chance to make a new start
Please don’t miss Sunday worship. Our main family Eucharist is at 9.30am and there are also Eucharists at 8am on Sundays
and 9.30 on Saturdays. There are lots of reasons why it’s good to be regular.
Please let Fr Edmund know of people going into hospital, residential accommodation or who are housebound.
Revd Edmund Betts: Tel 928 1279
Parish Office: Tel 941 4037, open Tues-Thurs from 9am-1pm
For reservations in the Parish Centre: Tel 928 0530