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Web Site:www.hevshamparish.org.uk (Registered Charity Number 1130596) St Peter's, Main Street, Heysham
St James's, Heysham Road, Heysham CLERGY
Revd David Tickner MBE
St Peter's Rectory, Main Street,
Heysham, LA3 2RN (Te!/Fax:01524 851422/email email@example.com PARISH OFFICE ***DUE TO CHANGED CIRCUMSTANCES AFFECTING STAFF AND VOLUNTEERS DAYS AND TIMES HAVE BEEN CHANGED***
The Parish Office will be manned for Baptism, Wedding and general enquiries on Wednesday afternoons 2pm - 4pm and Wednesday evenings 7pm - 9pm. It may sometimes be manned at other times. The telephone number is 07553402271 Please note that the Parish Office can only be contacted by telephone and that we are unable to return calls or texts. PARISH DIARY FOR OCTOBER
2 - 4pm St Peter's Hall open 10am Holy Communion 2pm Mothers' Union opening service 6pm Parent Praise 7.30pm Choir Practice 8am Holy Communion BCP 10am Meadow Project Day
St Peter's St Peter's St Peter's St Peter's St Peter's St Peter's
Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity 9.30am
9.30am 1lam 2pm
Sunday School Morning Prayer BCP Holy Baptism
St James's St James's St Peter's
2-4pm 6pm 7.30pm
Holy Communion St Peter's Hallopen Parent Praise ChoirPractice HolyCommunion BCP Fundraising Soupand Sandwiches
FamilyCommunion HolyCommunion for Harvest
Harvest Songs of Praise
2-4pm 6pm 7.30pm
Parent Praise Choir Practice
Holy Communion BCP
St Peter's St Peter's St Peter's St James's
Nineteenth Sunday afterTrinity - Harvest 9.30am 1lam
St Peter's St James's St Peter's St Peter's Hall St Peter's
St Peter's Hall open St Peter's St Peter's St Peter's
Twentieth Sunday afterTrinity 9.30am
9.30am 11am 2pm
Sunday School Morning Prayer CW Holy Baptism
St Peter's St James's St James's St Peter's St Peter's
2 - 4pm
StPeter's Hall open
Parent Praise Choir Practice
Holy Communion BCP
St Peter's St Peter's St Peter's
Simon and Jude, Apostles 9.30am
Morning Prayer CW
2-4pm 6pm â€”
St James's St Peter's St Peter's
St Peter's Hall open Parent Praiso
Services in italics depend on availability ofthe clergy PARISH REGISTERS
Baptisms Maizi Marie Gentle
Grade Mae SusanBrockbank Sam Richard Mason
19 August 24 August
Jake Lee John Wood-Coates Mia Faith Chadwick Melissa Jane McGuffie
25 August 26 August
Kaiden Lee Grainger Keaton James Grainger
Nevaeh Kathleen Mary Flint
Finley Terrence Harry Flint
George William Elliott Benjamin Robert Elliott Oliver Robert Brockbank
Reggie Christopher Nixon Macey Izabelle Jean Pinington
Holy Matrimony 25 August
Scott Antony Bowker &Samantha Beth Henbury Morgon Sam Venn &Rachael Louise Youren
11 August 30 August
Marie Mayberry (Ashes) John Lyon Christine McClintock
COLLECTIONS FOR THE MONTH OF JULY 22nd
1st St Peter Cash
29th 164.77 229.25
FROM THE RECTOR Honorary Canon
I wish to thank you all for your kind supportat the Collationand Installationat Blackburn Cathedral 23 Sep 12.1am deeply humbled by the appointment to the College of Canons and evenmore humbled by yoursupport, I havea deep lovefor Heyshamor rathermore accurately for the peopleofHeysham. I count myself the luckiest of mento havebeenappointed as yourRector. I promise againto serve you with all my energy for however long it is my good fortune to remain in Heysham.
Meadow Project - 06 Oct 12 - BRING A RAKE!
On 06 Oct 12 we have organised a Community Day to create a wild flower meadow in St Peter's Churchyard. The grass will be cut down a few days before so that on the day it can be raked up and movedunderthe trees. The grass will then become shelter for wildlife like hedgehogsto help them to survive the winter. Next the ground to receive the wild flower meadow seeds will need to be raked so mat mere are little furrows down to the bare earth where the seed can be sown. We
have hundreds ofpackets ofseed but volunteers will need to bring rakes. Many people have contacted me to wish us well for the wild flower meadow.
Among them have been bee keepers who tell me that it has been a bad year for bees and that they will need all the help they can get to survive into the future. We hope that local schools and families will adopt areas ofthe wild flower meadow and look after them into the future. Alreadythere are plans to provide little hedgehog shelters. We have been advised about other wild flowers that will be helpful to the wild flower meadow and various species ofbutterflies and insects.
We hope that 06 Oct 12 will be just the start of a projectwhichwill support the wildlife of this area. Harvest Festival
Our Harvest Festival Family Service will be 14 Oct 12 at 0930am at St Peter's with a Harvest Thanksgiving at St James at 1100am. Children and members ofthe
congregation are encouraged to bring tins and packets that can be handed on to the homeless.
Lancaster & District Homeless Action Service
The Lancaster &District Homeless Action Service was set up in 1987 by agroup oflocal churches who were all providing aservice for local people in housing poverty. The Homeless Action Service was built in 1992 witha considerable
amount ofsupport from local people and churches. Itbecame aregistered charity in 1992 and a limited company by guarantee in 1999.
There is aday centre based in Edward Street in Lancaster which provides housing advice to the roofless and those in housing poverty. Itprovides food daily and shower and laundry facilities. This service isprovided by a small number ofstaff and many dedicated volunteers.
There is also an established team ofworkers providing Support for people in housing need under the Government's Supporting People Programme. They support them with their daily issues which can include debt, addictions or everyday worries.
Those seeking help are ordinary people whose circumstances have altered their way oflife. They might bepeople who have been incare, come fix>m broken
homes, have addictions, come out ofthe services orcome out ofprison.
For twenty-five years there has been a Christmas shelter, 24/7 from Christmas Eve for5 days and nights. There isnothing else inthe Lancaster District which consistentlygives this care.
Funding comes from the local community and the local churches especially for the food service. The centre is open for food seven days aweek, Monday to Friday from 10am for breakfast to1lam, tea and coffee is available until lunch isserved at 12.30 until 1.15pm and the centre shuts at 1.30pm. Atweekends and Bank Holidays the centre isopen for lunch from 12 noon, lunch isserved at 12.30 and
the centre closes at 1.30pm.
There is also clothing and bedding that is donated by local supporters. When accommodation is found there is help to set up the home. This might include help
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preparation is to engage in study and discussion ofgreat Christian themes. This year Jonathan has kindly agreed to lead our study and discussion. More details soon...
In the past we used to be able to have Nativity Plays in bom St James and St Peter's but last year it was only possible to have one Nativity Play. These days parents and children have so many extra commitments from school, clubs and relatives. This year the Nativity Play will be in St Peter's on the third Sunday ofDecember. More details in the November Magazine... Parish Website
The company that hosts our website has been taken over by another group and we had quite a lot of difficulty renewing our contract this year because we do not have a Parish Credit or Debit Card. It is all sorted now but it left me feeling nervous about the future. If ever we lost www.hevshamparish.orp.uk we could still provide a link to our new website through our Twitter account https://twitter.com/HevshamParish - let us hope it will all be sorted out in the near future. Sunbeams
The first meeting was fantastic with loads ofbabies and supporters - well done to the Sunbeams team... SUNBEAM BABY AND TODDLER GROUP
This group is held at St James's Centre on Thursdaymornings in term time starting at 9.30am and finishing at 11.45am.
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Suzanneand her team are very experiencedchild carers and, since this group is for babiesand toddlersaccompanied by their parentsor carers, they would love to havemembers of the parishgoingalongto lenda handand offerfriendship from
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Invitations have been sentto theparents of babies baptised inthe lastyearin St Peter's or St James's. Publicity willbe circulated at the FamilyServiceand Sunday School and the Head teacher of St Peter's School will also make sure that interested parents have the information.
For any further information please contact Suzanne on Heysham 852716. SUNDAY SCHOOL
October 21 October 28
Sunday School Family Communion Harvest Sunday School Holiday
November 4 November 11 November 18 November 25
Holiday Family Communion Remembrance 9.30am Sunday School 9.30am Sunday School 9.30am
Sunday School Sunday School Nativity St Peter's Holiday Christingle Service Holiday
October 7 October 14
December 9 December 16 December 23 December 24 December 30
930am St Peter's 9.30am
9.30am 930am 930am
All meetings at St James's Centre unless otherwise stated. SOUP AND SANDWICHES
There will bea fund-raising Soup and Sandwiches on Saturday, 13 October 2012 at St James's Centre from 12pm to 2pm. All proceeds from this event will go toraise money for the Parish Share. MOTHERS' UNION
Our meeting onWednesday, 3 October will beour opening service inchurch and willbe a service of Holy Communion ledbythe Rector.
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The Deanery Festival will beon the following day, Thursday 4 October 2012 at 2pm at Skerton.
June Greenwood has kindly agreed tobe our speaker for the November meeting and for our December meeting we will be hosting the Deanery Carol Service in church.
Our Coffee Morning will be on Saturday, 17 November 2012 from 10am to 1pm and we shall be having all our usual stalls. The proceeds from this Coffee Morning goto support Mothers' Union charities and pay forourrunning costs. God Bless and Love -Janet HOOKS AND NEEDLES CLUB
Our meetings will resume on Monday 8& October, 2- 4pm inthe Parish Hall. We all enjoyed our meetings during last Winter and hope towelcome both old and new members tosociable afternoons ingood company, raising funds for the Parish. Seeyou there-June 855425 RIPLEY ST THOMAS ADMISSIONS
Admissions for September 2013 should be made on the common application form available online at www.lancashire.gov.uk/e-admissions or from the Local Authority. Applications should bemade between 3 September 2012 and 31 October 2012.
Asupplementary form must be included for all applications wishing to be considered onfaith criteria. This supplementary form isavailable from theschool and should be returned byWednesday 31 October 2012.
The Rector needs to complete these supplementary forms and will be holding
interviews on Monday 22 October 2012 and Tuesday 23 October 2012. These
interviews will be 15 minutes long, morning, afternoon and evening. The Rector will fill in your faith form with you based on our records from Sunday School, Parent Praise and church. Ifyou have attended another church you should ask for your formto be filled in by the leaderof that church.
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will not usuallybe possibleto have an appointment on an alternativedate ST PETER'S SCHOOL
Well, that's the six weeksholidays beenand goneand what a relaxing(if busy!) timeI've had. I've thoroughly enjoyed all of the Olympics and Paralympics, my family and I tried to get in to prettymucheveryLondonOlympicvenuebut Med miserably...had great fun trying though! Highlights ofthe summer include a
photograph with Bradley Wiggins, holding a Gold medaland findinga golden post-box!
What a great start to the new schoolyear we have had! Our Receptionnew starters havecompleted two full mornings and seemverysettledand happy,I thinkthe parents were more emotional than the children on their first day! The rest ofthe children are enjoying being in the next class up and our wonderful Year 6s have
already risento the challenge of all of theextraresponsibilities thattheynowhave, we really would be lost without them!
The newplayground has been installed and we are delighted with the results,the area has been completely transformed with a look-out tower, a new road and garage, den-building, sand, music and even a Hobbit house! Grateful thanks must go to our wonderful Friends who have made a significantfinancialcontributionin order to make it all possible.
We're all looking forward to getting involved in the Wild Flower Meadow project on Saturday the 6th so hopefully plenty of people willturn up to helpmakeit happen! All the very best - Dave McPartlin GLEBE GARDEN
An update on the Glebe Garden Project.
Wehavereached a pointwhere we cantakea further couple of seats for the Glebe Garden - some of theolder ones arebeyond repair. We have contacted the family ofthe people to whom they were dedicated and agreed that, ifthey arenotpossible to repair, we willremove the dedication pieceand mount it on the wall.The seats are presently being stained again in preparation for winter.
We can also take some more flower dedications which are also entered into a book
in theChurch. Wehaveput in roses butbecause of the lackof light(andthe rain misyear), theyhavenot donetoo well, although theyare managing to survive, so we are looking for donations ofÂŁ20 towards shrubs, acers, etc.
Wewouldalso liketo encourage morepeople to volunteer, we normally work on alternate Tuesdays but somego witha friend at othertimes. It is a wayto make newfriends andgetsomefresh air.If youarenot working whynotjoin us to get some experience in horticulture? Working in thegarden it is amazing howmany people walkingdown Main Streetstop and talk to you.
Weare alsohaving a fundraising coffee morning on Saturday 27mOctober - this will be between 10-lpm and will have plantsand bulbsfor sale, brie a brae stall, raffle, tombola and a cake stall.
All donations welcome, please contactSyl Welberry on 01S24853906or Alice Saunders on 01524 854515
Many thanks for all your continued support THANKS
We thank Heysham Post Office for their kind donation from the sale of second hand books.
Just to say I am home and on the road to recovery. I would like to say thank you to all, for your prayers, cards and telephonecalls. A specialthank you to June and Chris Greenwood for all they have done, and June's scones are still the best God bless, Ann Harlan FLOWERS TO REMEMBER LOVED ONES:
It is still possible to arrange to have a flower arrangementin church as a remembrance for someone special to you, and this helps us keep flowers in church all year round. Also if you are getting marriedin St Peter's during the year, we can help you with your arrangements. Please contactSue Wattam on 852716 or Syl Welberry on 853906 to arrange mis. We are also happy for anyone to join our friendly group to help with the church flowers - again contact Sue or Syl above.
Morning 7 October Eighteenth after Trinity
Job 1.1,2.1 -10 Hebrews 1.1-4,2.5-12
Joshua 3.7 - end Matthew 10.1-22
14 October Nineteenth after Trinity Job 23.1-9,16-17 Hebrews 4.12-16 Mark 10.17-21
Joshua 5.13 -6.20 Matthew 11.20-end
21 October Twentieth after Trinity Job 38.1-7 Hebrews 5.1 - 10 Mark 10.35-45
Joshua 14.6-14 Matthew 12.1 - 21
28 October Simon and Jude Isaiah 28.14-16
Ephesians 2.19 - end
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