27th January 2019
THE FOURTH SUNDAY OF EPIPHANY 28 Apr 2013 Contact us Revd Canon David Felix (Vicar): 01925 740348 / 07778 859935 firstname.lastname@example.org Revd Gill Younger (Curate): 07517 623680 email@example.com Linda Mills (Reader): 01928 717427 firstname.lastname@example.org
Can you relate to any of the roles or activities illustrated? Whatâ€™s missing?
Gavin Hall (Reader) 07767 701498
Rev David Felix
Brenda & Stephen
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Rev Gill Younger
firstname.lastname@example.org Jocelyn Squires (Pastoral Worker Emeritus) 01925 740372
Rev Gill Younger 6.30 pm
Readings Stuart Wigley (Parish Administrator) Office open Tuesday & Friday
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Nehemiah 8: 1-3, 5-6, 8-10
Nehemiah 8: 1-3, 5-6, 8-10
1 Corinthians 12: 12-31a
1 Corinthians 12: 12-31a
Luke 4: 14-21
Today’s Readings The reading highlighted in bold type signifies the theme of today’s worship which is ‘One Body, Many Parts’’. We will be exploring the value of everyone’s contribution.
Church Cleaning We are very grateful to those who have volunteered to help with the Church/LCC cleaning. Eleanor Brittain will be doing basic cleaning once a week (hoovering, toilets etc) as time allows. We hope that the other volunteers will help out on a monthly basis concentrating on other aspects of the building and provide holiday cover. If you would like to join in, then please contact Ellen Wigley or Pat Jones. Thanks to those who have helped over the last few weeks, especially Brian Heakin.
‘Your Sunday Group Needs You’ On Tuesday 29th there is a meeting at the Ring o Bells at 8pm for anyone who is interested in helping out with Sunday group. There are jobs ranging from setting up before/ cleaning up after, planning sessions, running sessions, making resources etc If you are interested then please come along or email Claire Longstaff: firstname.lastname@example.org
Free Mental Health First Aid Course Chapter is a mental health organization which has received funding to be able to offer the two-day Mental Health First Aid accredited course to staff and volunteers in faith organizations across West Cheshire. Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is an internationally recognised training course, which teaches people how to spot the signs and symptoms of mental ill health and provide help on a first aid basis. MHFA will not teach you to be a therapist, but just like physical first aid, it will teach you to listen, reassure and respond, even in a crisis. The course is free (normally £300) but participants must agree to completing the two days. Participants will receive an accredited certificate from Mental Health First Aid England enabling them to call themselves a Mental Health First Aider A £40 fee will be charged to any participant who cancels at short notice, does not turn up on the day or does not complete the course due to the value of the course The next course is on 14th & 21st February from 9am to 4.30pm at Trinity Church, Whitby Road, Ellesmere Port. If you are interested then please let Stuart in the Parish Office know & he will send you an enrolment form.
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Other Services Holy Communion
The Mission of the Church
at Milner Institute
In challenging areas of the world where religious persecution is experienced.
The work of our own Diocese Disability Forum.
Thursday 31st January 10am
The World & Society A peaceful end to political unrest in Venezuela
Parish Diary Church Lewis Carroll Centre 28th Jan Tea & Chat at 1.30pm 2nd Feb Menâ€™s Breakfast at 8.30am 6th Feb Music Exams from 8.45am to 5.45pm
The Local Community Our Curate, Lay Readers & Ministry Team
Communion At Communion if you wish to be served with a gluten free wafer or non-alcoholic wine, please let one of our sidespersons know. Christian Resources Christian Resources Exhibition returns to Event City Manchester, for a two-day exhibition on 13 March 2019. The exhibition promises to "build on the experience of the past yet present fresh ideas, products and suppliers to ordained clergy, lay leaders and anyone who cares about the future of their local church." Go to the CRE website to read about the exhibitors and seminar leaders, and to book your place at the exhibition.
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The Communion of Saints Franco Amorese Alexander Alan Frost Remembering Reg Ford
Pastoral Care Our Parish Visiting Team offers friendship, listening, prayer & support to the bereaved, sick or lonely. If you think we can help, please telephone the Vicar on 01925 740348/07778 859935, or Linda Mills on 07973 159928. You can also email email@example.com.
Prayer Chain We pray for anyone who is in need, for those sick, weighed down with concerns or struggling with daily life. All prayers are treated in confidence, they are not circulated to the rest of the congregation. A Christian name is all that is needed. If you wish to have prayers said, please contact Jean Rowe 01928 898 160
Emergency First Aiders The following are trained emergency first aiders:-Linda Mills, Duncan Howarth, Pam Taylor Floyd, Pam Hatton, Jean Rowe, Jenny Tuckwell, David Hatton, Doug Johnson, Dawn Rossmueller, Glynis Bennion. We have a defibrillator, situated by the Lychgate entrance from the car park. The Parochial Church Council of the Ecclesiastical Parish of All Saints Daresbury Registered Charity 1130503
Journey into Light continues its tour around the Diocese of Chester following its successful launch at Chester Cathedral where it was seen by over 100 visitors. Over 33 parishes have applied to host the exhibition over the next 12 months. The exhibition is made up of over 40 individual pieces produced by prisoners at HMP Styal and HMP Thorn Cross, Cheshire. It is hoped thousands of people will have the opportunity to see the artwork at one of the host venues between now and October 2019. The aim of the exhibition is to demonstrate to visitors that behind every prisoner’s conviction and sentence is a personal story of love, hope and loss.
Prisoners are often viewed as “the other” yet they live in our midst, are a part of our communities and contribute to our societies. The Bible has much to say about the plight of prisoners and the Christian faith recognises that every person is made in the image of God and is valued despite our individual mistakes and regrets. The Journey into Light exhibition allows us the opportunity to better understand the lived experiences of prisoners in Cheshire.” Debbie Dalby, Director of Social Responsibility at the Diocese of Chester, says: “We want people to view the exhibition and leave with a greater sense of empathy and awareness of prisoner experience. There is life beyond prison and we want to celebrate renewal and restoration and the hope of a brighter, more optimistic future.” The exhibition is inspired by the work of David Ashbrook who discovered an extraordinary gift for painting whilst serving a life sentence. He painted the signature artwork used for the exhibition The Parochial Church Council of the Ecclesiastical Parish of All Saints Daresbury Registered Charity 1130503
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