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On Saturday 1st October the Barn Dance, at Paul’s request, in St Peter’s Church, will be from 6pm until 9pm. This is the opportunity for SPSJ members to talk to Paul and wish him well, because a considerable number of visitors from near and far are expected to attend the Sunday Service. click here for more…
The Prayer Hub is the weekly prayer meeting in St Peter’s Church and will restart on Thursday 22nd September at 12 noon (Note: from the 3rd November, the Prayer Hub will be from 11.00am to 12 noon). It is an opportunity for us together to express our dependency on God and to take time to listen to him and to ask of him. If you have a Prayer Request you would like included please fill in one of the prayer request leaflets you will find on the Prayer Hub table in St. Peters. Alternatively you can email your prayer requests to Tim Simpson, Prayer Hub Co-ordinator.
For other ways to engage in prayer in St Peter’s and St James, including requests using our confidential Prayer Chain, go to SPSJ@Prayer
Download the first of many Prayer Cards in preparation for the consultation process as we search for a new Vicar: SPSJ Prayer Card 1
We had a super Holiday Club for 4 mornings, writes Gill Holder. The puppets, games, challenges, memory verses, craft, prayer and ‘Mr Fit’ kept the 17 -20 children enthusiastically engaged. Many parents came for the final Thursday evening session. The material was based on the life of David, and included themes such as our unique value to God, doing the right thing even when it is hard and God keeps us safe.
Many thanks to all the volunteers, especially our three teenage leaders and all those who supported us behind the scenes and in prayer. Have a look at some of the many photos of the event (there are even more on the SPSJ Facebook page: click here for more…
Download the latest newsletter from the Diocesan Community Links and Development Officer, Chrissie Pepler: Community Links Newsletter June 2016
Read on line or download the latest SPSJ Annual Reports from the Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM) 2016: Annual Reports 2016
‘Vision, Purpose, Principles and Priorities’ is the title of a discussion document written by Paul Towner, after consultation with others, to help us prepare for the Annual Meeting on April 26th. Download the full document here: APCMpaper2016
Paul Towner, our Vicar, has announced his retirement. Paul writes, “17 years ago I started in this job, and I have been asked recently to help the vision and forward-thinking we will be doing at the APCM (28th April), so I thought it best to delineate my personal plans. click here for more…