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2nd Sunday of Lent, Sunday 13th March 2022

 

2nd Sunday of Lent, 13th March

Join us on Sunday at 8am Holy Communion or 10am Sung Eucharist.


Find out more about our upcoming Services here, or if you can't make it in person, join us online via our YouTube Channel



 

Readings

Hymns (at 10am) 343, 642, 340 Eucharist setting (at 10am) Grayston Ives "Salisbury Service

 

Prayer for Peace

Whitley Bay Churches are joining together to pray for peace in Ukraine and around the world. This will take place on Tuesday 15th March from 7.30pm at Whitley Bay Baptist Church. All are welcome.


 

Disaster Emergency Committee Donations

In times of monumental suffering, the Red Cross joins with 15 other UK charities as part of the Disaster Emergency Committee (DEC).

The current DEC appeal for Ukraine will help provide clean water, emergency shelter, food, health assistance, sanitation and hygiene, protection and trauma counselling to those affected.

If you wish to donate, SumUp are currently matching all donations.

 

Donations for Ukraine

Thank you to everyone who has brought donations of practical items to St Mary's this week for Ukranian families. Bryan and Grace are in contact with a Polish couple, Andrew and Agi, who are ensuring the transport of these donations to Poland.


If you would still like to donate, this collection remains open: please check the list below to see what items are acceptable and leave all donations in the designated collection box (next to Foodbank box in the foyer).

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APCM Sunday 24th April

The Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM) meets once a year and receives reports on changes to the electoral roll, general parish activities and financial matters. The APCM also elects new members to the PCC.

This year's APCM of the Parish of St Mary the Virgin, Monkseaton will be held at 11:15am­ on Sunday 24th April 2022, in church (after the 10am Eucharist).

Election to the Parochial Church Council

We are looking to recruit 4 new members to Parochial Church Council, the decision-making body within the life of the church.


The PCC plays an important role in the work and life of St Mary's, helping us maintain our presence in the community. Meetings take place 10 times each year, and are usually around 2 hours long. Paperwork is always circulated well in advance.

We would love to hear from you if you would like to be considered for election. Paper nomination forms are available from the notice board in the foyer, or alternatively, you can complete the online form below.

Any questions, please contact Liz Hayes or Grace Morgan.


 

Update your details | Data Consent | Parish Directory

Thank you to everyone who has returned their Data Consent form this week, allowing us to update our records in line with UK law on data protection.

For those who want to be included in our new Parish Directory (the address book of our worshipping community), this form will also allow you to 'opt in' to this, should you wish to (though please note no information will be included without permission).

If you are yet to do so, please take a couple of minutes to complete this important form. You can click the button below, or collect a hard copy from the church office.


 

Anna Chaplain Celebration

Our warmest congratulations to Beryl Austoni, who was commissioned as an Anna Chaplain last Sunday by Bishop Mark at Newcastle Cathedral. We look forward to learning more about this new role in the weeks and months ahead.


 

Concert Series 2022

Our Concert Series 2022 Box Office opens on Thursday 17th March. Tickets and programme information will be available from then: more details next week!


 

The Link

The Link is the monthly diocesan newspaper, containing news and human interest stories from the Diocese, as well as regular feature articles from our bishops and cathedral. This month, our very own Marion Oakes features, writing about St Mary's Eco Bronze Award.

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Sunday 13th March

Second Sunday of Lent

8am Holy Communion

10am Sung Eucharist

11.45am LLF Final Session

Monday 14th March

9:30am Toddler Group

7pm Tynemouth Choral Society rehearsal in church

7:30pm SPG via Zoom

Tuesday 15th March

9am Morning Prayer

2.30pm Mothers' Union

7.30pm Churches Together Pray for Peace at Whitley Bay Baptist Church

Wednesday 16th March

9am Morning Prayer

10:30am Holy Communion

5.30pm Young Notes

6pm Choir Practice

Thursday 17th March

Patrick, Patron of Ireland

9am Morning Prayer

9.30am Piano tuning in Church

Sunday 20th March

3rd Sunday of Lent

8am Holy Communion

10am Sung Eucharist




 

Your Prayers are requested for

  • Lewis Carmichael

  • Martin Cooper

  • Alison Young

  • Ron House

  • Maggie Hollis

  • Daniel

Rest in Peace Anniversary

  • Helen Watson

Please also pray for

the people of Ukraine



Don’t forget, you can add someone to the prayer list by emailing or phoning as usual, but you need to get their permission before adding them to the sick list.

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Remember that News and notices from previous weeks are all available to read by clicking "notices" at the top of the page.


Deanery Lent Course 2022

The Deanery Lent Course is now running, and the accompanying booklet is available in the vestibule: please check last weeks notices for details of locations and times.

 

Mothers' Union

The next meeting is Tuesday 15th March 2.30pm in church, 'Our Favourite Prayer' (please bring your favourite prayer to the meeting).

 

Children's Society

Please could all Children's Society boxes be handed to Rick or Sue, or alternatively the office. They will be returned asap. Many thanks!

 


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