Sunday April 11th 2021 - Second Sunday of Easter

Notices for Sunday April 11th 2021
Second Sunday of Easter

Services live and online

We are open for public worship today, at 10am.
The social distancing rules will apply. We will continue with streaming the service online.

You can watch the videos for all the churches when they “premier”, or later for your convenience by clicking on this link:
https://www.youtube.com/c/DwHParish

From this link you can also find Paul Mellar’s / St Andrew’s service, Joel and his family’s “Church at Home”. Prayers on-line are available each day.

Coffee after the Sunday services – 11.45am by Zoom:

We invite you to “virtual” after (or before??) service refreshments

Church open for private prayer

The church will be open for private prayer Wednesdays 9.30am - 4pm, Sundays 11.30-4pm

Readings and Collect

Acts 4. 32-35
John 20. 19-31

Risen Christ, for whom no door is locked, no entrance barred:
open the doors of our hearts, that we may seek the good of others

and walk the joyful road of sacrifice and peace,to the praise of God the Father.

Please remember in your prayers: Marion Giles, Revd William Eardley and the family and friends of Kay Barrett whose funeral is in church on Wednesday 28 April, 12noon.

Pledged Giving Envelopes: Many thanks to Katherine Shaw, who is arranging to issue the new ones. 

Chattabox and Little Fishes Easter Service and Easter Trail.

We had a wonderful Easter service with our Chattabox families, followed by an Easter Trail in the churchyard. They loved it, and some of our Little Fishes families then did the trail as well:

Christian Aid Lent Boxes

Could folk please return their Lent boxes to Derek Millington, our Christian Aid representative, or drop them off at the church office.

Could folk please return their Lent boxes to Derek Millington, our Christian Aid representative, or drop them off at the church office.

If you weren’t able to take a box then please feel free to make a donation. If by cheque then this should be made out to Churches Together in Dronfield & District from where all money raised is forwarded to Christian Aid.

If you weren’t able to take a box then please feel free to make a donation. If by cheque then this should be made out to Churches Together in Dronfield & District from where all money raised is forwarded to Christian Aid.

If you would like Derek to collect from your home, please do let him know.

The need for funds is as great as ever as other countries around the world struggle to deal with the pandemic and its consequences.

News: As we can’t meet together as we used to do, do you have any news to share? Please send items to the office by 9am on Thursdays

From Peter and Jean Hobson:
Flowers for Jean’s garden this week – a taste of the wonderful exuberance of spring