Saturday, 25 September 2010

Joint Parish Holy Communion at St Francis Thorpe Willoughby 31 October 10.30am

Joint Parish Communion, no service at St. Wilfrid's.

Magazine Editor Wanted

With increasing commitments Martha Harrold is now having to pass on the organising of the Contact Magazine, and so the December issue will be her final one that she will put together. This means that we are looking for a person, or better still a team of people to take over the magazine. (Could This Be You?) If you are interested or want any more information, please have a word with Martha or contact Pete the Rector, or one of the church wardens. Thank You

Card Workshop And Demonstration Monday 25th October 10am -3pm St Wilfrid's Parish Hall

Come and try your hand and make some Christmas Cards or Birthday Cards or just a simple card for a special occasion, all you will need is a pair of scissors and your imagination, £6 cost includes all materials and tea/coffee. (Please bring your own packed lunch). For further details contact Pat Griffiths or Kath Fairweather to reserve your place.

Book Club Thursday 28th October 7.30pm St Wilfrid's Parish Hall

The book for discussion at this month's meeting will be The Help by Kathryn Stockett.

Parish Lunch - Wednesday 6th October 12noon to 1.30pm St Wilfrid's Parish Hall

Come along and enjoy home-made soup, bread roll and a dessert, followed by tea or coffee all for £3.50. Proceeds to general church funds. We look forward to seeing you all. The parish lunches will be held every first Wednesday of each month.

Mothers' Union 7.30pm St. Wilfrid's Parish Hall

Our monthly meeting on Thursday 7th October, we look forward to Richard Cook, who is coming to speak to us about his work as a Church Army Evangelist.

Monday, 20 September 2010

St Wilfrid's Day 10th October Choral Evensong 6pm.

On Sunday, 10th October, we will be celebrating our patronal festival (St Wilfrid's day) with a Choral Evensong at 6pm. Reverend Pete will deliver the homily and the choir is rehearsing music by Vivaldi and Rutter. Please come along and support this service.

Wednesday, 15 September 2010

Coffee evening with Phoenix cards Tuesday 5th October - 7.30pm St. Wilfrid's Parish Hall

The new Phoenix Christmas range of cards and stationary will be available to buy. There will also be on sale Toiletries, Perfume, Jewellery and small gifts which have been kindly donated.

(We all have things which we may have received as gifts which are just not to our taste, so rather than putting them at the back of a drawer and forgetting about them, we are being green and recycling them. If you have anything that you would like to add to our collection please let us have it or bring it along with you on the night.)

Do come along and start your Christmas shopping here.

There will also be a raffle and the usual St. Wilfrid's cake stall.

Churchyard Gardening Saturday 25th September 9.30am

A start has been made on clearing the ivy from the front wall. The east and west paths require some weeding, and there is always some light pruning to be carried out to shrubs and small trees, if you are able to spend an hour or two we would welcome seeing you.

Coffeemates @ St. Wilfs 29 September 10am - 12 noon in St Wilfrid's Parish Hall

Coffeemates opens its doors again after the summer break with the usual Childrens Corner, Book Swapshop and the lovely home baking. Come and enjoy a relaxing cup of coffee with your friends.


Brayton Methodist Church have invited St. Wilfrid's to their Harvest Supper on Saturday 2 October at 7.30pm. There will be the usual bring and share meal and the speaker is the Rev. Ken Marshall.

Friday, 3 September 2010

Parish Lunches

The monthly parish lunches will recommence in October and will be held on the First Wednesday of each month, from 12 noon to 1.30pm.

Open Church and Coffee Morning 11th September 10.00a m - 12noon St Wilfrid's Parish Hall

Open Church Coffee and Crafts will take place between 10.00am and 12 noon. with the usual books for sale. Last month's coffee morning raised £48 for general church funds,thank you all who supported this event. Do come along and enjoy a welcome cuppa.