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Neston Ladies Walk Day Thursday 6th June 2019  Parish Choir ‚Äč


Cupcakes for Alzheimer's Thurs 13th June
Please come and support us in defeating dementia at the Thurs ‘Drop In’ on 13thJune10am – 12 noon. Enjoy some delicious cupcakes, Raffle and Games. If you can offer some home-made or shop bought cakes or raffle prizes please let me know. All are welcome.   
                                                                        Haidee Proud 336 5175


Next Sunday we celebrate Pentecost, and the gift of God's Spirit. The early Christian believers were inspired to follow where God led them. What this might mean for us? This Covenant prayer commits followers to be where God takes them, in easy times and hard:

I am no longer my own, but yours.
Put me to what you will, rank me with whom you will;
put me to doing, put me to suffering;
let me be employed for you, or laid aside for you,
exalted for you, or brought low for you;
let me be full, let me be empty,
let me have all things, let me have nothing:
I freely and wholeheartedly yield all things
to your pleasure and disposal.
And now, glorious and blessed God,
Father, Son and Holy Spirit,
you are mine and I am yours. So be it.
And the covenant now made on earth,
let it be ratified in heaven. Amen.




Join the global wave of prayer calling all Christians to pray between Ascension and Pentecost for more people to come to know Jesus Christ. 30th May - 9th June


Bishop Peter will be retiring from the Diocese at the end of September after more than 22 years in post. To give thanks for his ministry to us, there will be a Farewell Eucharist at Chester Cathedral on Sat 20 July at 11am. Bishop Peter will preside and preach; the service will be followed by a simple reception in the Cloisters, Garth and Refectory. This service is the opportunity for the Diocese and church members to give our own thanks,. The Dean is offering tickets to every parish in the Diocese on a first come first served basis. Each parish is asked to coordinate its request (including clergy). If you wish to go please let me know by 10am on Wed 19th June.Richard Lewis  nestonparishoffice@gmail.com or 336 5346 (answerphone) 

Gifts/donations of electrical items.
Without appearing ungrateful for donations or gifts of electrical items i.e. toasters, microwaves, hoovers etc to our churches. Now because of Health and Safety we cnnot accept such items without a PAT certificate. please visit:-
https://www.pat.org.uk/is-pat-testing-a-legal-requirement/                    Terry - Church Warden

Alan, our Vicar will be on Sabbatical from 1stMay until 31stJuly. We assure him of our prayers during this period. Please direct your queries and information to our other clergy and wardens. Thank you

There are still a few places on the coach if anyone would like to join our outing to the Show on Tues 18thJune.                Doreen 336 5135                                              All of us

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

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.

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.




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