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Sunshine penertrates through the east window and cascades a rainbow onto the north chancel wall


Church Warden
Thank you to Doreen and Richard who proposed and seconded me and to all who accepted for me into the position of Church Warden at the Annual Parochial Church Meeting.
I look forward to my term of office serving the parish well, together with our brilliant and dedicated Ministry and Parish Teams.
I pray I may acheive all that is expected of me and to be an approachable and caring warden of our parish.
I now have a job to do that carries great responsibility and I pray that I may do that to the best of my ability and with your support.
My thanks to you all. Terry


St George's Cream Tea Party.

A BIG thank you to everyone involved in any way in the Cream Tea Party. Hopefully, a pleasent afternoon was enjoyed by all.

Fundraising Updates

Lent Lunches raised £350 for MU Overseas Work

Christian Aid Sponsored Walk raised £213 for Christian Aid

Coffee Morning raised £300 for Ovaian Cancer Awareness Month

Parish News up-dates
If you or any parish group have any news, topics, updates for Catalyst and Prayer & Action please forward them to John 353 0507 [johnproud@talk21.com] or place your information into the Parish Church Letter Box or Letter Rack near the West End Bushell Gates.
For the website contact Terry 336 4492 [terryabel@talktalk.net]  
It is so important to let our parishioners know what is going on in church and the parish. 

The 'Drop-in' coffee morning last Thursday (23rd March) raised over £300.Thank you for all your support, cakes, raffle prizes and all the help which made this such a successful and enjoyable event.
                                                                                                                          Karen Dawson 

Ordination of Deacons
This years Ordination of Deacons takes place on Sunday 2nd July in Chester Cathedral at 10.00am. Our new Curate, Josh Askwith, will be ordained Deacon at this service, and we plan to have a coach taking members of our congrigationto the Cathedral.
Tere are forms in our churches for you to add thyour name if you woud like a place on the this coach.

Capesthorp Hall


Some of us are still plannin g on having a day at the 'Big Day Out' at Capesthorp Hall on Saturday 3rd June. We will be using our own cars, so if you would like to go to this exciting event please speak to Doreen Gordon and we can arrange
 transport.                               Doreen Gordon 0151 3365135

The Parish Weekend will be taking place this September from Friday 15th to Sunday 17th.
Places are still available, Please speak to Doreen Gorden for full details if you would like to join us.
Would everyone who has already booked for the weekend please pay a deposit of £100 (Payable to "Neston PCC") and give to one of the Church Wardens.

Rydle Hall



Chester Cathedral has a contemporary evening service on a Wednesday at 5.30pm in a small chapel.
It starts with a bible reading, followed by a silence; then a poem, followed by a silence; then another secular reading followed by 10 minute silence. After that there is a time for sharing (or not) and finishes at 6.15pm.
If you are shopping in Chester maybe it would be an opportunity for a piece of quiet in your busy life. I totally enjoyed it. More details:- chestercathedral.com/event/said-evening-prayer-in-the-lady-chapel
                                                                        Carol Stott

Cathedral Organ Recitals.
If you fancy something relaxing, away from the hustle and bustle of city shopping, then why not have a light lunch in the Cathedral Refrectory and wander through and enjoy organ recitals each Thursday throughout the year. More details :-  chestercathedral.com/music-worship/organ-recitals


Stations of The Cross & Lenten Lunches click here


Parish G.I.F.T. Groups:

A Guide For Daily Prayer and Worship
The Parish is producing a new Daily Prayer Guide for the coming year. Copies are now available in our churches. Please look out for these and take a copy for use during 2017.

Outward Giving ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS                

the Vicar is arranging a course for 7yr olds and older so that they can receive Holy Communion. This is in line with Neston's Parish policy that all children of 7 years and above be able to receive Holy Communion.
Children can do this after having undertaken a course to ensure they are aware of the significance of receiving bread and wine at a Eucharist service.
if you, or your child would like to join the course please contact Rev'd Alan on 01513531000
if you know someone who may be interested please pass on the Vicar's contact details. The course will begin in a few weeks time.