Monday, 20 January 2020

Parish Services w/c 20th January 2020



Services available in the Parish over the next week. See the list below! We look forward to seeing you at St Francis, St Wilfrid's or St James!

St Francis

Thursday 23rd January

10:00am Holy Communion in St Francis

Sunday 26th January

10:30am Selby Churches Together United Service in St James Selby


St Wilfrid’s

Wednesday 22nd January

9:30am Holy Communion in St Wilfrid’s

Sunday 26th January


8:00am Holy Communion in St Wilfrid’s

10:30am Selby Churches Together United Service in St James Selby

5:00pm Alive@5 in St Wilfrid’s Parish Hall

Saturday, 11 January 2020

Parish Services w/c 13th January 2020



Services available in the Parish over the next week. See the list below! We look forward to seeing you at St Francis or St Wilfrid's!

St Francis

Thursday 16th January
10am Holy Communion in St Francis
Sunday 19th January
10:30am Covenant Service in St Francis
 

St Wilfrid’s

Monday 13th January
10:30am Holy Communion in St Wilfrid’s Court
Wednesday 15th January
9:30am Holy Communion in St Wilfrid’s
Sunday 19th January
10:30am Celtic Communion in St Wilfrid’s
12:30pm Baptisms in St Wilfrid’s

Tuesday, 31 December 2019

The January 2020 edition of Connected is available to download!

Is it really 2020? A fifth of the way through the 21st Century already? 
Where does the time go?
This month Fernbank Court features most prominently since they hosted the Christmas Posada and were entertained by St Wilfrid’s Junior Church.
Revd. Rob Suekarran writes his first Dear Friends – welcome Rob! – and Tony Service keeps us updated with comings and goings at Brayton and Burn Chapel.
Martin Pearson reveals his blokey side, and beer preferences, whilst Jackie Jackman reports on the Fox Lane Procession that took place in Thorpe Willoughby recently. 
There are also recollections of Noel Cryer and Carol Copland.
Finally I report on the Christmas Posada and Nine Lessons and Carols at St Wilfrid’s.


The January Connected may be viewed here


Earlier editions of Connected may be found here

Sunday, 15 December 2019

Christmas Services 2019

Many Christmas services are available in the Parish over the next two weeks. See the list below! We look forward to seeing you at St Francis or St Wilfrid's! 

A very Merry Christmas to all!


St Francis

Thursday 19th December

10am, at St Francis, Holy Communion

Sunday 22nd December

10:30am, at St Francis, Carol Service

Tuesday 24th December- Christmas Eve

11:30pm, at St Francis, Midnight Communion

Sunday 29th December

10:30am, at St Wilfrid’s, Joint Parish Communion with St Wilfrid's

St Wilfrid’s

Tuesday 17th December

7pm, on Brayton Village Green, Carols on the Green

Wednesday 18th December

9:30am, at St Wilfrid’s, Holy Communion

Sunday 22nd December

8am, at St Wilfrid’s, Holy Communion

10:30am, at St Wilfrid’s, Holy Communion with Prayer and Anointing for Healing

6pm, at St Wilfrid’s, Festival of Nine Lessons & Carols

Tuesday 24th December - Christmas Eve

6pm, at St Wilfrid’s, Crib Service

11.30pm, at St Wilfrid’s, Midnight Communion

Wednesday 25th December - Christmas Day

10:30am, at St Wilfrid’s, Family Communion

Sunday 29th December

10:30am, at St Wilfrid’s, Joint Parish Communion with St Francis

Sunday, 1 December 2019

The December 2019 edition of Connected is available to download!

It’s nearly Christmas! A time to over indulge, and for looking forward to the fitness regime to recover from the said over indulgence. It doesn’t seem like 12 months since I started the last exercise programme...

Revd. Christine Gillespie writes the Dear Friends piece this month and looks at relevance of Psalm 23 in teaching children to trust in God. We look at the origins of the Christingle, and Tony Service reports on the forthcoming Methodist services throughout December, the importance of Toilets and the Flourish Weekend at Scarborough in October. I report on Wine & Wisdom and the St Francis Christmas Fayre, and more seriously the Commonwealth War Graves in the St Wilfrid’s churchyard and, with the help of Parish Pump, the trend of building barriers between peoples.

Lynn Allan records a recent Mothers’ Union Eucharist Celebration in Leeds Minster in the presence of Sheran Harper, the Worldwide President of the MU. Finally I report on the recent St Wilfrid’s Fashion Show held in M&Co…




The December Connected may be viewed here

Earlier editions of Connected may be found here


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