St Mary’s News Items
From the Registers
We gave thanks for God’s gift of life at the Funerals of Rita Teale and Nicola Scanlon.
We celebrated the Marriages of:
Richard Boynton and Felicity Underwood
Emily Marshall and Stephen Holliday
Darren Cooper and Laura Nicholls
It is with great sadness that we have to tell you of the passing away of Ann
Clough on Wednesday 19th June. Ann had been ill for a short time but sadly died in the Mayfield Care Home following a brief stay in hospital. She will be sadly missed.
Families Pastoral Outreach Worker
St Mary’s hopes to promote growth in its ministry to village families and young people by the creation of this new paid part-time post. There is a genuine occupational requirement for the appointee to be a committed Christian and an enhanced DBS will be required. The dates set for interview are 9th and 10th July 2019. For a Parish profile and information pack, please apply to Becky Berry by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
We welcomed Bishop Toby to two of our services on Trinity Sunday, where he preached about how we are invited to join in the dance of the Trinity at our service of Holy Communion, then launched us into a fascinating group discussion about what the Trinity meant to us at Tea & Toast – accompanied by Trinity Sundaes made by our congregation during Lizzie’s talk. It was a
real pleasure to see our Bishop again.
St Mary’s Events during Burley Summer Festival
Praise in the Park with Churches Together: Sunday, 18 August 2019, 10-11am in Grange Park. All are welcome to come along to a joint outdoor praise service by the Churches Together in Burley. Please bring a chair or rug to sit on as we worship together in community.
During the festival, look out for an ‘art attack’ on the pavements round Burley as the church finds a new way of getting the message of God’s love across to our village.
Goldies are holding a special sing -a -long on Thursday August 22nd, 2-3pm at the Parish Centre. (This is during Festival week instead of the second Thursday).
Visit St Mary’s to see the church’s entry in the Scarecrow competition.