Pew Leaflet - 30 May 2021



Winter Blanket appeal ~ Please drop off a blanket at the Church or Office for the needy as Winter is approaching.

We invite you to join our Gifting Inititative ~ You will find the bags outside the Church on Sunday. Please put your name on the register and take a bag to fill with the items as listed in the Pew LeafLet. The deadline for the completed gift is end of September 2021.

Baptism Those interested in Baptism for themselves or for their children, please contact Fr Martin or the parish Office - being mindful that there is also a short baptism course to attend before the service of baptism.

Evening Yoga Classes Monday and Wednesday at 5pm in the Hall.

Sacristans/Sidespersons/Readers If you are interested in joining our group of ladies and gentlemen as Sacristans or Sidespeople duty or become a Reader on Sundays at either 7am or 8.30 am Service please contact the parish office


(Answers will be in next week's leaflet)

  1. Who said, "As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord?
  2. Who ate locusts and wild honey?
  3. What did Esau sell that Jacob bought?
  4. Into what country was Daniel taken as captive?
  5. At what hour did the Lord strike down (kill) the firstborn in the land of Egypt?
  6. What Old Testament book contains the story o Naomi and her daughter-in-law?

Previous week's Challenge answers

  1. To whom did Jacob go when he had to flee from home? To his Uncle Laban (Genesis 27:42-43)
  2. Who preached in the wilderness of Judea? John the Baptist (Matthew 3:1)
  3. What nation took Judah into captivity? Babylon (Daniel 1:1)
  4. On what mountain did Noah and his family leave the ark after the flood? Mount Ararat (Genesis 8:4)
  5. How many times did Jesus ask Peter if he loved Him? Three (John 21:15-17)
  6. What Old Testament man pretended to be insane to escape death? David (1 Samuel 21:12-14)


Worship is the cornerstone of our being and we conduct at least three Communion services a week as well as regular prayer meetings and Bible Study.

Special ‘Godly Play' takes place each Sunday for our younger members. Fun and fellowship is not neglected with frequent get-togethers in the form of Supper Clubs,

Ladies and Men's Breakfasts and any excuse for a party. A special prayer room is situated at the back of the Church and is open all day for the benefit of those seeking a time of quiet and reflection.

Our facilities are available for baptisms, weddings, funerals or other special services. Our church hall, able to accommodate 100 people can be booked for meetings or such occasions.

We offer our time, talents and resources to God's service and in love to our neighbours.


Our Rector and shepherd is Revd. Martin Tifflin who can be contacted through the office.

The Church office is open from 8am to 12.30 on weekdays. Please feel free to give us a call.