ST PETER’S CHURCH
MESSY CHURCH FOR HARVEST
SATURDAY 30TH SEPTEMBER
Crafts and activities, worship, fun and food
for children and their families
Teddy Bear parachute jump and picnic
In it’s fourteenth year and still popular with all ages. The young, the not so young, and the oldies came with their beloved teddies and watched with trepidation as their teds jumped from the tower with some help from two kind gentlemen. Some very brave bears then went on to fly down the zipwire It was an ideal day for intrepid teddies to enjoy themselves . They came and they conquered. Their owners also had great fun on a treasure hunt, teddy hunt and playing in the sunshine as they enjoyed a picnic bag of goodies.
Farewell to Nicki
on 13th August we said goodbye to Nicki . She had been with us for three years and both she and Julian bcame very much a part of St. Peter';s family.
We had a beautiful service of sung evensong led by Nicki followed by presentation of gifts, a white rose bush to remind them of their time in Yorkshire , a "bunch" of wine for Julian, a picture of St Peter's Church and a shimmering cream and gold chasuble.
Rachel then annointed Nicki and Julian with oil before we sent them on their way with our blessing.
To finish every one tucked into cheese and biscuits, wine and of course a very good celebration cake.
(for more photos go the gallery)
Churches Together Prayer Group
The monthly Ecumenical prayer group will take place on
August 19th at East Cleveland Baptist Church, Park Avenue;
September 9th at St Hilda’s, Mersey Road, Redcar,
October 28th at Christ Church Coatham;
All beginning at 9.00am and lasting for approximately an hour.
This is a good opportunity to meet with other Christians whilst praying for the world and community, also helping towards part of the LYCIG plans to become a more prayerful church.
Many thanks to everyone who supported
the Summer Fair
The sum of just over £1700 was raised. Well Done
The winners of the tea loaf competition
are shown here.
(for more photos of the fair
go to the gallery)
Linda Walker won 1st prize
in the baking competition
Lilian Overton won
Sandra Veitch won
Claire along with her daughter Lucy, grandson Charlie, thhe Vicar and Curate showing her leaving gift a beautiful stole.
Claire is to be ordained Deacon and is going to St Cuthbert's Church Marton as Curate. We wish you well Claire and send out with our love and prayers.
Love Your Neighbour
The Love Your Neighbour campaign will be launched on 20th June. Look out for it in the local press. As previously reported, it is a local campaign to encourage people throughout Redcar and Cleveland to pledge to do something kind for someone or an organisation, to go the extra mile and help to bring a fresh sense of cohesion to our communities. It aims to reach out to all cultures and religions. The aims fit absolutely with the Christian desire to serve our local community so I hope you might feel able to make a pledge.
Bishop Paul joined with a group of us from Churches Together at Errington Woods for early morning worship
to celebrate the Ascension of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
Rachel, the Vicar, and Jim from the New Life Church
have just enjoyed their breakfasts at the Big Brekkie event
held to raise funds for Christian Aid.
An exceptional array of delicious food to choose from, thank you to all
those who worked hard for the occasion
St Andrewtide Fair
The winners of the baking competition
St Andrew(also known as Michael) talking to Ross
|Some of the colourful stalls at the fair.|
A Brilliant night, the cast of Joseph played to a packed house.Well done to all those who took part especially Daniel. Sister Pam would have been so proud of you all. Also thank you to everyone who came to support and for your generous donations
For more photographs go to the gallery