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We can recycle the following items via our very own Kath at St Michaels: Old toothbrush tubes and toothbrushes; Contact lenses; Pringle tubes and lids; Pens, biros, markers, felt tips and correction fluid; Printer cartridges, milk bottle tops and stamps. Could each church please put a box out to collect these items and let us know when you have some.             Thanks, Carol 336 1312

We are running Experience Easter again for our schools and are looking for helpers. 
St Michael’s will host Woodfall Primary and Neston Primary on Mon 15th April, and we need people from 9 - 12 and from 1 - 3.30pm.  If you could help either time or even all day please let me know. Thanks,    Carol 336 1312

St Thomas' will host Parkgate Primary on Wed 17th April from 1 - 3pm.  If you can help please let Lesley know on 353 8840

Parish News up-dates
If you or any parish group have any news, topics, updates for Prayer & Action please forward them to Angela Klabou on 336 6312 or klabou@btinternet.com or place your information into the Parish Church Letter Box or Letter Rack near the West End Bushell Gates.
For the Parish News and website contact Terry 336 4492 or terryabel@talktalk.net 
It is so important to let our parishioners know what is going on in church and the parish.

The ladies’ Breakfast is at Neston Methodist Church and the Men’s is at Neston Christian Fellowship.
Both start at 8.30am.

MEN’S BREAKFASTS 2019 Thornton Hall Hotel   Saturdays 6th April, 1st June, 5th October and  7th December. 8am – 10am.  £11.50 per ticketThe breakfast is purposely informal and intended to draw together men from across a wide demographic and faith experience. We have a rich variety of guest speakers who are ‘top of their game’ and have a real ministry to men. The February speaker was an army Padre, Andy Earl, who spoke about life on the frontline in Afghanistan. These Breakfasts are not to be missed by blokes with attitude. Invitation cards can be found in our Churches. Book online at www.wirralbreakfast.co.uk.

Just want to thank everyone for all your prayers and kindness over the difficult months during Karen’s illness, operation and path to recovery. We have been overwhelmed by the way the Church has supported and looked after us. I’d particularly like to thank the team who made food for us so that Hollie was not solely reliant on my cooking, then equally Karen on her return from hospital. Karen still has to fully recover but the messages from the Consultants are encouraging and positive so we can look to the future with optimism. Your love and support really has made a big difference.                 Yours In Christ, Alan

On Monday the 11th of MarchJosh will be co-leading a retreat on Psalm 51 at Foxhill, the Diocesan Retreat House near Frodsham, with his Mum Rev Angela. The day costs £23, including lunch and refreshments. It would be wonderful to see some of you there.These mini retreats are a chance to step back from your busyness, and listen to what God is saying to you.Each day starts with coffee at 9.30am and ends with tea at 3.30pm.Booking forms available from:  Foxhill@chester.anglican.org. Or call 01928 733777.

There will be a farewell service to celebrate Bishop Libby’s ministry in the diocese before she moves to Derby to become their Diocesan Bishop. The service will be in Chester Cathedral on Saturday 30thMarch at 11.00am. Each parish is being offered tickets for 4 people (plus clergy). If you wish to go, please contact Richard Lewis in the Parish Office on 336 5346 (answerphone) or nestonparishoffice@gmail.com by 16.00 hrs on Friday 22 February. While these are on a first-come first-served basis, we can bid for additional tickets.

OPEN DOORS – Next Sunday at 4pm Sunday 17th FEB
We continue our Family Friendly Service in St Mary & St Helen. Come and enjoy some singing, praising, crafts and refreshments in a relaxed family atmosphere. 

Fri 22ndMarch 9am-3pm
The Diocesan Committee for Social Responsibility are hosting this event for those working with children within our parishes. 
It is a day for ideas and networking for all who minister with children and families. This conference will help you connect your Church with children and families in your community through understanding and meeting the needs in your local context. You will learn from practitioners and organisations who will share their ideas. There will be plenty of opportunity for conversations, as well as information about potential funding streams and how to apply. The conference will be held at Foxhill House and Woodlands, Tarvin Road, Frodsham, WA6 6XB. Registration for the event is via the Diocesan website at www.chester.anglican.org and can be found under the events tab. 



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