ST JAMES THE APOSTLE

(THE EIGHTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY)

Sunday 25th July

St Hilda’s Notices follow the Service

St George’s notice sheet

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Friday, July 25th. Holy Gospel of Jesus Christ according to St Matthew  20:20-28. | FRANCIS XAVIER SAMSEN

Livestream 

Please note that you can only watch the service here while it is being broadcast live at 9:30am on Sunday. If you’d like to watch the recording after the service has finished, please click the link to the YouTube channel in blue….  YouTube channel.   (it may take a couple of hours after the stream has finished for the video to appear).

Recording of the Sermon by Michael Baldwin 

 

 

ST THOMAS’ AT ST HILDA’S  LIVE SREAMING ON SUNDAY AT 10:30AM – CAN ALSO BE WATCHED LATER.

St Thomas’ may be having a few problems… this link hasn’t been updated from 11th July

NOTICES

A WARM WELCOME TO MICHAEL BALDWIN   

Michael is currently a student at Cranmer Hall Durham, training for ordained ministry.  Michael will spend four weeks on  placement at St George’s and was our Preacher at St Hilda’s last Tuesday 20th July.  The aim is for him to gain a good experience of parish life in a parish, as well as preaching and some pastoral and group work – if you are planning something of interest do invite him to join…. Email address michael.baldwin@durham.ac.uk

PCC MEETING ON MONDAY 2ND  AUGUST  IN CHURCH  AT 7:30PM  

It will be really good to see folk. 

 

Macmillan Mighty Hike: Stephanie’s 26 mile walk in tremendous heat

26 miles from Alnwick to Bamburgh for Macmillan was on the 17th July.

Stephanie would like to thank those who have sponsored her for their
generous contributions. At the time of writing, she has raised over £500.00 for Macmillan
Cancer Support. Her sponsorship page will be open for a few more weeks, so if you’d
like to sponsor her and haven’t had a chance to yet, you can do so here: 

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/stephaniekeates

From: Bishop Christine and Bishop Mark

Dear brothers and sisters, 

We are very grateful for all that you have been doing to keep people as safe as possible in our buildings and gatherings during the pandemic, we know that this has not been easy. We are mindful that the easing of restrictions, together with the rise in infections, will bring another challenge for churches as they respond to some people’s desire for freedom, and also to the fear that others will have at the increased risk that this freedom will bring. We urge you to read the guidance which has been published by the C of E, and you can read it here. If you have any questions about the new guidance please do not hesitate to be in touch with your Archdeacon. 

We firmly believe that decisions should continue to be made at the local level, and our sense is at the moment that most places will want to continue with the restrictions that have been in place until infection rates begin to fall. We know that you will make the decision which is appropriate for your church, and we will support you in it. 

Please be assured of our prayers for all of you at this time.

Grace and peace, 

+ Christine

+ Mark

The latest general Government guidance on the current restrictions in place in England can be found here, last updated 22 July

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/covid-19-coronavirus-restrictions-what-you-can-and-cannot-do

 

MIDWEEK WORSHIP CONTINUES ON TUESDAY’S AT 12:15pm

While sharing St Hilda’s with St Thomas’ and because of the wonderful success happening in our church, St Hilda’s will be gathering  for Worship Midweek…  Every Tuesday at 12:15pm.  WE’D LOVE TO SEE YOU THERE!

CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS REMAIN IN PLACE….

Please continue to wear a face covering in church and Social distancing at all times  Meeting friends and family is our Personal Responsibility rather than government rules!  Please keep in mind the risks of close contact are greater for some people and in some settings.

 
If you’d like a weekly link sent out please get in touch via Contact Us!  at the end of these notices.

 

ST THOMAS’ AT ST HILDA’S

St Thomas currently meet on Sundays at 10:30am in St Hilda’s Church, Jesmond

 

ST THOMAS’ BUILDING PROJECT – MONTHLY REPORT

THE BAPTISM PIT AND UNDERGROUND HEATING – Lee and the progress so far on video.

Making Progress

 

Latest Updates

Timber!

CLIMATE JUSTICE

Hundreds of Young Christians will be joined by people of all ages and faiths as
they march through our Diocese to campaign for climate justice. Organised by the
Young Christian Climate Network, the march started in Cornwall and will end in
Glasgow, the host city of COP26. Newcastle will be a Residency Hub on the route
which passes through our Diocese from 4-15 October. Volunteers are encouraged to
sign-up to support the pilgrims. Click here for more.
North of Tyne Ask Me scheme: this scheme about dom

COVID 19 – LATEST UPDATES

The latest general Government guidance on the current restrictions in place in England can be found here, last updated 17 June

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/covid-19-coronavirus-restrictions-what-you-can-and-cannot-do

This Week at St George’s and St Hilda’s  – See above for St Thomas’ services and times.

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 8.45 Morning Prayer – (St George’s)
Tuesday 8.45 Morning Prayer (St George’s)
Tuesday 12.15 Parish Eucharist (St Hilda’s)
Thursday 9.30 Holy Communion (St. George’s, north aisle)

FMVC COMMUNITY NEWS LETTER

Following on from last weeks information about Felling Male Voice Choir, ( singing at our Flower Festival 2022).    They have emailed a copy of their latest news letter, I have included a link, for those who would like to know more.

https://www.fmvc.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/July-2021-Edition.pdf

REMINDERTHE LATEST EDITION OF LINK IS AVAILABLE HERE

REMINDER: THE JULY PRAYER DIARY IS AVAILABLE  HERE

 

CHRISTIAN AID URGENT APPEAL 

Global Hunger Appeal - Hear from Adut

 

ST HILDA’S CONTACT 

 

TO CONTACT US PLEASE CLICK/TAP…. HERE

 

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May be an image of cloud and text that says 'BUT THOSE WHO HOPE IN THE LORD WILL RENEW THEIR STRENGTH. THEY WILL SOAR ON WINGS LIKE EAGLES; THEY WILL RUN AND NOT GROW WEARY, THEY WILL WALK AND NOT BE FAINT.'