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Sunday Services 9am and 10:15am

During the week - everyone welcome

Weekday services - Friday at 7:30am 

Services Holy Week, Good Friday and Easter

15th April 7.30 pm Compline by candlelight @ St John the Divine
16th April 7.30 pm Meditation and Reflection @ St John the Divine
17th April 9.30 am Holy Communion at St Matthew's
17th April 7.30 pm Compline by candlelight @ St John the Divine
18th April 7.30 pm Holy Communion with Foot Washing @ St Matthew's

Good Friday

7:30 Morning Worship at St Johns

11:30: Walk of Witness to Central Methodist from St John's. 
12.00 noon Good Friday Worship @ Central Methodist
19th April 2-3 pm Meditation at the Foot of the Cross @ St Matthew's

19th April 7.30 pm Compline by candlelight @ St John the Divine

Easter Saturday

5:00pm  Easteringle - a Short All age service for everyone

Easter Sunday

8.00am Easter Morning @ the Roundhill (behind the pub)

9.00am & 10.15pm @ St Johns

8am & 10am @ St Matthews 

54th HALIFAX LONG MARCH Helpers required for the Halifax Long March
commencing midnight, Sunday 21st April and ending approximately 10am,
Monday, 22nd April. Various jobs to fill. Details on the Hall Notice Board if
you can help. THEY ARE DESPERATE FOR HELPERS.
If you can nhelp please contact Dawn Swaine swainedawnie@outlook.com
Phone number 01422 378143

KNIT AND NATTER : Would you like to come and join the knit and natter group? You would be made very welcome at Ella’s home 11, Ashlea Avenue; we meet every Wednesday from 10 am to noon.

HOME GROUPS - Study, Prayer, Reflection, Fellowship and Support for more information contact Alan 077560355591

BRIGHOUSE CENTRAL FOODBANK. This month the foodbank are collecting tins of meat, rice pouches, chicken in sauce, tins of mince, and sachets of powdered mash potatoes. Your gifts of food and toiletries are always so gratefully received. Any donations to the basket at the back of church are very welcome. Plastic carrier bags are always needed to distribute the food from the foodbank.-Thank you for your continuing support.

PRAYER FOR OUR CHURCH
God of Mission who alone brings growth to your Church,
Send your Holy Spirit to give vision to our planning,
Wisdom to our actions, And power to our witness.
Help our Church to grow in numbers,
In spiritual commitment to you,

And in service to our local community,
Through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

If you would like more information regarding anything at St Johns please do not hesitate to contact info@stjohnsrastrick.org.uk