St Mary’s & St Luke’s Services, Readings & News for 24 April 2022 – Easter 2
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Easter Egg Rolling
We had Great fun on Easter Sunday celebrating the Risen Jesus as our young people did decorated Egg Rolling. The eggs being rolled reminding them (and us) of the stone that was rolled away on that first Easter morning. We think it may become an annual event. It was eggcellent
The Worship Rota for May is now available in church and online. For St Mary’s: if you would like to read the 1st Reading or the Gospel during May please add your name to the rota which is available in the porch or let the church office know. If in doubt please ask one of the wardens to assist you.
The Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM) is on Sunday 08 May 2022 at 12 noon at St Mary’s followed by a Bring and Share in the Church Hall. The meeting is open to anyone on the church’s Electoral Roll. At the APCM we will be electing 2 Church Wardens and 5 Members to the PCC. APCM Booklets are available at both churches and online – link below. The revision of the Electoral Roll has been completed and is available to view in St Mary’s porch or via the link below. All the details and the relevant forms for the Electoral Roll, Church Warden or PCC nomination are available at both churches and can also be found at bit.ly/apcminfo
The Bible Society are holding a Platinum Jubilee competition
To celebrate 70 years of service of Her Majesty the Queen, Open the Book would like to invite you to take part in our Platinum Jubilee competition.
Who’s it for? Any primary age schoolchild can take part.
What is it? They would like you to use any Bible verse or story that talks about the importance of service as your inspiration to send the Bible Society your best drawing, poem, comic or short story of no more than 500 words. Click here for more details