COVID-19 Update

Following the latest government announcement face coverings are now mandatory in all our buildings. 

From the Ministry Team:

Let us remember in our prayers all those in our parish in any kind of need, especially the sick and the bereaved. Let us also give thanks for the love and life we experience in our parish and our worship together. 

Please see the latest newsletter.

Morning prayer is on Zoom at 9.30 am on Mondays and Thursdays. It is also held at St. John’s at 9 am on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Our churches are open for private prayer as follows:

Holy Trinity Church - Monday to Saturday 10.00 am - 4.00 pm

St John's Church - Temporarily closed during the week

 

Sunday Worship

23 January - Parish Communion

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9 January - Parish Communion

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16 January - Parish Communion

2 January - All-Age Worship

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Morning Prayer

 

Morning Prayer via Zoom will be said on Mondays and Thursdays at 9.30am. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 9.00am Mike Morton-Thorpe will lead Morning Prayer at St. John’s, (not Zoomed). 

 

All the service booklets are below.

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Messages from the Vicarage

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Foodbank

From Grace foodbank:

"As you will be aware the Foodbanks in this country have been busier than ever this year. The Grace Foodbank has been able to do some remarkable things throughout the last 12 months and it is all because of the generosity of the people of this area and our churches who have made outstanding contributions of food and monetary gifts. Please continue to support the Foodbank and a huge thank you for all that you have done this far".

The foodbank is currently short of:

  • Plain white rice

  • Instant mashed potato

  • UHT milk (full fat or semi-skimmed)

  • Bottles of squash

  • Shampoo (ideally gender neutral)

  • Cleaning sprays

  • Washing up liquid

  • Laundry tablets (ideally not liquitabs)

They have plenty of baked beans but other donations across the range are welcome.

Please leave gifts for the Foodbank in the the boxes at the back of our two churches, St John's Abbeydale and Holy Trinity Millhouses.  Any contributions will be delivered to the Foodbank every Thursday.

Alternatively you can help with this vital work by making cash payments to the Grace Foodbank direct. 

Full details can be found on their website:

https://gracefoodbanksheffield.org.uk/donations/#food

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