Below is a diary of events for the next two months and some special events a little further ahead. For further information do not hesitate to contact us at clibern@btinternet.com

       

 

What's on at St. Michael's

 

Children's Christian Circle
Meet In Parish Hall on Sunday at 10 00am

St. Mike's little lambs: mums 'n' tots
In the Parish Hall on Wednesdays; 9.30 'til 11.15am in term time.

Choir practice
Thursday in Church 7 30pm except during August.

Coffee morning and nearly new
Every Thursday in the Parish Hall 10 30am

Arts & crafts group
Every Wednesday in the Parish Hall. 2.00 - 4 00pm except  during August. 
£1.20 (includes tea & biscuits)  Men and women are welcome. Contact Joan Hutchinson 227939  

Slimmers World
Every Tuesday in the Parish Hall 7 - 9.00pm
For details phone Barbara on 01744 601096.

Mothers' Union
There is no branch in the village but Noreen Rimmer (228204) will advise on the nearest branch

 COME AND JOIN US 

  

 DIARY FOR JUNE

SERVICES

1ST SUNDAY
9 AM HOLY COMMUNION
10AM MORNING WORSHIP 

OTHER  SUNDAYS
10AM FAMILY EUCHARIST

TUESDAYS
9.15-9.45 MORNING PRAYER IN CHURCH 

THURSDAYS

10.30AM HOLY COMMUNION

 

OTHER EVENTS


Quarterly Prayers

Tuesday 3rd.  9.30am at St Pauls 
 

ARCHDEACON'S VISITATION

Wednesday 4 June at 7.30pm

at ST PETER'S CHURCH, NEWTON



BURTONWOOD ART SHOW

Saturday and Sunday

7 & 8 June 2014

10 am - 4 pm

 

St Michael's Parish Hall, Chapel Lane

Burtonwood, WA5 4PS

M62 Junction 8

 

Around 200 pictures by local artists

 

            Free admission            

 Refreshments available

 

 

PENTECOST 
Sunday 8 June
10am Communion

 


 

 

 

 

MESSY CHURCH

SATURDAY 14 JUNE

10am IN THE PARISH HALL

COME AND GET MESSY

ART AND CRAFTS 

AND LUNCH THROWN IN

Children must be accompanied by a responsible adult

Keep your eye open 
for a film called

HEAVEN IS FOR REAL

www.sonypictures.com/movies/heavenisforreal/ 

 

 THOUGHT FOR THE MONTH

No gift is needed more in a dying world than a living Saviour .
                                  (Our daily bread)

 

DIARY FOR JULY

SERVICES

1ST SUNDAY
9 AM HOLY COMMUNION
10AM MORNING WORSHIP
OTHER SUNDAYS
10AM FAMILY EUCHARIST
TUESDAYS
9.15-9.45 MORNING PRAYER IN CHURCH

THURSDAYS

10.30AM HOLY COMMUNION

OTHER EVENTS


Tuesday 1st July

Standing Committee
2pm at Rita's

BIBLE STUDY
MONDAY 7th JULY 7.30 
in the vestry
General Synod meet in York
11-15th July 



WEDNESDAY 16 JULY @ 7.30pm

 


PCC MEET IN PARISH LOUNGE

BIBLE STUDY
MONDAY 21st JULY
in the vestry






PLEASE NOTE

There is no magazine in August, so notices for August and the beginning of September need to be in the July edition. 
The deadline in 18th June.

 
NEWS
The new bishop is the Right Reverend Paul Bayes 

 

Paul Bayes was born in BradfordYorkshire in 1953 and studied drama at the University of Birmingham before studying for ordination at Queen's College, Birmingham.He was ordained in Newcastle Cathedral in 1979 and was an assistant curate at St Paul's Church, Whitley Bay for three years (1979-1982). He then became a university chaplain in west London from 1982 to 1987.

Bayes moved to High Wycombe for seven years - initially as Team Vicar (1987-1990) and then Team Rector (1990-1994) before becoming Team Rector of Totton for nine years (1995-2004). While he was at Totton, Bayes was also the Area Dean of Lyndhurst from 2000. Upon leaving Totton, he joined the Archbishops' Council staff team as National Mission and Evangelism Adviser until his ordination to the episcopacy. He was also an honorary canon at Worcester Cathedral from 2007 until his consecration.

 

THOUGHT FOR THE MONTH.

"Any concern too small to be turned into a prayer is too small to be made into a burden."

- Corrie Ten Boom