Thursday, 2 November 2017

November Connected


The November edition of  Connected is available to download In this month’s edition Rev. Pete focuses on Giving in Grace at St Wilfrid’s and our understanding of ‘ownership’ when all of our blessings are gifts to us from God, whilst Charlotte relates the Zone’s exhausting yet exhilarating weekend away at Wydale Hall. Also the MU get their wellies on, Carol Sowden says farewell to Mary & Roger Bramley, and St Wilfrid’s finally win a quiz. No really - they won. Who would have thought it… 
In a more sombre mood Tony Service remembers Richard Moody who has died. Many will remember Richard’s ‘Bygone Days’ articles in the Selby Times and also his numerous presentations in church and village halls throughout the district.
As always the on-line version is free to download, and feel free to share it with your friends and family. Details of subscribing to the print version, should you prefer a printed copy, can be found in the on-line magazine on page 3. A direct link to the magazine is included below for your convenience. Click on the link and it should (fingers crossed!) load the magazine directly.


If you would like to see the earlier editions they can be found on the Connected page of the St Wilfrid's website. A link to this page is included below.

Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Sausages, Saints and Superheroes

Saturday 28th October 4.00pm to 7.00pm at Brayton Primary School Hall.  Family fun, food and active team games for all ages! sausages and juice provided - please bring a pudding!  come as a superhero or saint, if you want.  Tickets £1 per person.  To book a place or more information contact Rev Pete or pete.d.watson@outlook.com  Hope to see you there.
Pete

Tuesday, 3 October 2017

October Connected

The October edition of Connected is now available to download. In this month’s edition, we remember Revd David Reynolds whose funeral was held on the 4th September. Many will remember David’s time at St Wilfrid’s with affection and it is with great sadness that we learnt of his passing. On a brighter note Roger Place reminds us all to be grateful for the love that God shows us. We remember the 80 years since the formation of the Brayton Mothers Union by the eating of scones and, following the foody theme, Jill & I relive the consumption of bacon butties at Burn Chapel. Also Kathryn Pritchard shows off her impressive sunflowers, grown from seeds distributed during the St Wilfrid’s Easter Activities, and the imminent arrival of the St Francis 2018 calendar is heralded.

As always the on-line version is free to download, and feel free to share it with your friends and family. Details of subscribing to the print version, should you prefer a printed copy, can be found in the on-line magazine on page 3. A direct link to the magazine is included below for your convenience. Click on the link and it should load the magazine directly.


If you would like to see the earlier editions they can be found on the Connected page of the St Wilfrid's website. A link to this page is included below.

Friday, 1 September 2017

September Connected

The September edition of  Connected is now available to download. In this month’s edition, Jackie Jackson remembers her first pair of spectacles, and Charlotte Watson celebrates the return of Junior Church. Margaret & David Gaygan recall Ethel Robinson's contribution to St Francis, and Roger Sowden enjoys a cream tea! Tony Service reports on events within Methodism and changes within the administration of St Wilfrid's is recorded
As always the on-line version is free to download, and feel free to share it with your friends and family. Details of subscribing to the print version, should you prefer a printed copy, can be found in the on-line magazine on page 3. A direct link to the magazine is included below for your convenience. Click on the link and it should (fingers crossed!) load the magazine directly.
If you would like to see the earlier editions they can be found on the Connected page of the St Wilfrid's website. A link to this page is included below.

Tuesday, 25 July 2017

August - Connected


The August edition of  Connected is now available to download. In this month’s edition, Revd. David Coote wonders why people chase after things in life that are not good for them, Jean Collins reports on meetings of Messy Church and the WI at St Francis, whilst Helen Brown records the last ‘Open the Book’ of the Summer Term at Barlow School. Tony Service poses a series of thoughtful questions. We also have reports on the Zone’s end of year BBQ (which includes a splendid picture of Revd. Pete Watson in a most fetching apron), the Charity Promise auction at St Francis, and the St Wilfrid’s summer picnic. 
As always the on-line version is free to download, and feel free to share it with your friends and family. Details of subscribing to the print version, should you prefer a printed copy, can be found in the on-line magazine on page 3. A direct link to the magazine is included below for your convenience. Click on the link and it should (fingers crossed!) load the magazine directly.
If you would like to see the earlier editions they can be found on the Connected page of the St Wilfrid's website. A link to this page is included below.

Sunday, 23 July 2017

Strawberry Tea Saturday 29th July 2pm - 4.30pm

Strawberry Tea at the home of June and Dave Bryan's 24 Courtneys, Selby.  Please join us for a very enjoyable afternoon, hope the weather will be kind to us and stay fine.

Thursday, 20 July 2017

Saturday 30th September Parish Away Day Bridlington

Bridlington... Here we come! Parish Away day for all ages, cost? £10 per adult, £5 per child, and under -5s go free! A relaxed day of fellowship, food and reflection for anyone in the parish - based at Emmanuel Church near the beach.  Depart 9.00am by coach; coffee on arrival; 2 short, relaxed times of reflection/discussion, including some worship; bring your own lunch; free afternoon for the beach or wandering around Bridlington; short time of worship; afternoon tea; depart 4.00pm' home by 5.30pm! For more information contact me o 704707 or at pete.d.watson@outlook.com
Pete