Easter Sunday

St Mary’s wishes everyone a very Happy Easter

The Choir will lead our service

on Easter Sunday 9.30am

Good Friday

Good Friday at 2pm

A service of prayer and contemplation,

with music from Bach’s

‘St Matthew Passion’.

 

Mothering Sunday and Service of Thanks

You are invited to our

Mothering Sunday and Service of Thanks at St Mary’s

Sunday 11th March at 4pm

Songs, poems and prayers

A chance to get together to reflect and celebrate different aspects of mothering and caring in our community and to thank all those who support and help St Mary’s

Refreshments to follow

Retiring Collection – The Children’s Society

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LENT LUNCHES

MARCH MONDAYS

St Mary’s Church Room

5th, 12th, 19th and 26th March

12.30 to 1.30pm

Come and join us for delicious home-made soup, bread ‘n cheese

Donations to Christian Aid

If you would like TRANSPORT,contact Jane 825578 or Tricia 825169

FINDING A VOICE – LENT TALKS

You are most welcome to join the Stevington Lent Talks. Meetings are informal and usually run for an hour and a half. It is a chance for informal discussion about faith, issues and questions that arise within the focus for the week. All views are welcome – encouraged! Honest doubt and confidentiality respected and guaranteed. This year’s theme, ‘Finding a Voice’,  is based around the film The King’s Speech and the talks look as if they are going to be really thought-provoking and enriching. Talks will be on Monday from 7.15 to 8.45pm starting from 19th February and will be held at 20 Church Road. If you would like to come along or have any questions about the talks, please contact Jane by email or telephone: 8225578

A Christmas Celebration

Despite the cold winter’s evening, St Mary’s gave a warm welcome to  villagers and friends who came to the wonderful candlelit celebration of Nine Lessons and Carols on Sunday 17th.  The choir, organist and readers surpassed themselves in their telling of the Advent and Christmas story and the carved angels in the roof must have smiled with joy as the congregation sang out.

Many thanks to all those who helped to make this a memorable service which brought our community together in song and story. We are particularly grateful to Fearn for starting our service with the solo 1st verse of ‘Once in Royal’.