THE FEAST OF PENTECOST

Sunday 23rd May

This week’s notice sheet for St George’s

St Hilda’s notices follow the Service

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Hymn (words)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gathering

 

 

 

 

Gospel

 

 

 

 

All Age Worship

Activity sheet

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Anthem: Rutter: I will sing with the Spirit

 

 

 

 

 

Intercessions

Written by Helen Young

 

 

Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name, your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as in heaven. Give us today our daily bread. Forgive us our sins as we forgive those who sin against us. Lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil. For the kingdom, the power, and the glory are yours now and for ever.

Amen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hymn (words)

 The peace of God,

which passes all understanding,

keep your hearts and minds

in the knowledge and love of God,

and of his Son Jesus Christ our Lord;

and the blessing of God almighty,

the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit,

be among you and remain with you always.

    Amen.

 

Go in the peace of Christ

Thanks be to God

NOTICES

WE ARE ABLE TO GATHER TOGETHER AGAIN… MIDWEEK WORSHIP ON TUESDAY’S

While sharing St Hilda’s with St Thomas’ and because of the wonderful success happening in our church, St Hilda’s will be gathering and Celebrating  Sunday Worship on Tuesday’s.  Every Tuesday at 12:15pm on a trial basis of a month.

CORONAVIRUS RESTRICTIONS REMAIN IN PLACE….

You are required to wear a face covering in church and Social distancing also remains in place 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.

LET US CONTINUE TO KEEP EVERYONE SAFE AND ESPECIALLY SO WHILE IN CHURCH

WE ARE BACK

The weekly online Service from St Hilda’s also continues

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

 

                                                                         

KATHRINE IS HOME  

Unfortunately she isn’t able to get in a car and therefore isn’t able to come to church just now.  Kathrine can however  receive visitors and if you are passing, she requests you give her a knock. She also asks that you give her time to get to the door.

NEW: Bishops Christine, Mark, Paul (Durham) and Sarah (Jarrow) walk the Way of Light.

See photos from the first day of the Bishops’ walk as they leave Heavenfield and begin the trail to DurhamClick here

 

 

 

 

Also, watch a video of Bishop Christine blessing the new oak gates to St Helen’s Church at Whitley Chapel, watched on by local schoolchildren. 

 

ST THOMAS’ AT ST HILDA’S

St Thomas currently meet on Sundays at 10:30am & 4pm in St Hilda’s Church, Jesmond

 

ST THOMAS’ BUILDING PROJECT

 

Photographs and latest updates on the building progress of St Thomas’

 

Things Are Hotting Up

Making Progress

Timber!

ST THOMAS’ AT ST HILDA’S

If you’re unsure about an “in person Service” there is also a recording of the 10:30am Service which can be viewed online from 4:00pm onwards.  

 

 

 

NEXT SERVICE from St Thomas’ Newcastle, at St Hilda’s Jesmond…

will be set up and ready to watch every Sunday at 4pm and any time following.  Prior to 4pm on Sunday the video will be from the previous week.

 

JESMOND FESTIVAL – INFORMATION WITH CLICKABLE LINKS 

Dear all,
Re Jesmond Community Orchard’s Guided Walks event: please see poster attached with corrected dates.
Good to see the weather has improved in time for their Open Day today!
Best wishes,
Bobbie Harding
Jesmond Community forum

FRIENDS OF ST. GEORGE’S PICTURE QUIZ OF JESMOND

JESMOND COMMUNITY FESTIVAL 2021

Log on to the website of the Friends of St. George’s and you will find 20 images of places in Jesmond. https://friendsofstgeorgesjesmond.org.uk/
See if you can identify them and then check the answers which will be posted on FOSG web site at the end of the Jesmond Festival.
There is no prize. It is just your personal challenge and your personal result.
Good luck!

Sunday 23 May

St Andrew’s Cemetery, Tankerville Terrace

Guided Tours

11:00am – 12:30pm and 2:00 – 3:30pm

Pre-booked walking tours of St Andrew’s Cemetery and Jesmond Community Orchard. Booking essential, as numbers limited. To book, email fionakclarke@yahoo.co.uk .

Monday 24 May

Online Meeting

Energise and Socialise – Get Fit whilst Having Fun with Ann

10:45 – 11:15 am

A gentle seated exercise class with Ann Douglas (formerly Smiley). For this class you will need a scarf or similar. Email dementiafriendlyjes@gmail.com  to be sent the Zoom link.

Wednesday 26 May

Jesmond Community Orchard

Italian Poetry and Music

2:00 – 3:30pm

Italian poetry and music, presented by Antonella Rea. A bilingual event, Italian and English, suitable for all.

Thursday 27 May

Jesmond Library

Art on the Metro

6:00 – 7:00pm

A Thursday evening talk by Huw Lewis, Customer Services Director of Nexus. For a Zoom invitation email events@jesmondlibrary.org .

Friday 28 May

Online Event

Energise and Socialise – Get Fit whilst Having Fun with Ann

10:00 – 10:30am

A gentle seated exercise class with Ann Douglas (formerly Smiley). Email dementiafriendlyjes@gmail.com  to be sent the Zoom link.

Friday 28 May

Reid Park Road

Reid Park Road – Circular Walk

11:00am

THIS EVENT IS NOW FULLY BOOKED!

Friday 28 May

Reid Park Road

Reid Park Road – Circular Walk

2:00pm

Christine Dinsdale, City Guide, will lead this walk. Numbers of people on the walk will be strictly limited. Email John North on norths_2000@yahoo.co.uk

Friday 28 May

Online Event

Glorious Gardens

6:00 – 7:00pm

Discover the winners of the 2021 Glorious Gardens awards.

Sunday 30 May

Victoria Tunnel, Lime Street

Victoria Tunnel Experience

3:00 – 4:00pm

Discover the secrets hidden under Newcastle’s city streets. To book go to https://www.ouseburntrust.org.uk/Event/jesmond-festival .

 

Competitions

Teddy Bear Trail

The 2021 Teddy Bear Trail will run from 22 May to 6 June. All the teddies will have a theme related to a children’s story, film or TV programme. This year there will be two trail routes, both starting from Jesmond Library.                                                                                                                            Watch out for further information posted in a window at Jesmond Library! If you have queries, email joanaarvold@icloud.com or telephone 07747 359607.

Photographic Competition: “Vibrant Jesmond”

The theme of this year’s competition is “Vibrant Jesmond”! Interpret the theme in any way you can: perhaps something colourful, lively or fun. The best photographs will be used in our 2022 Jesmond Calendar.                                                                                                                                            For a copy of the full rules of the competition, and an entry form, email info@jesmondfestival.org.uk .

Glorious Gardens Awards

Even though Jesmond Festival had to be cancelled in 2020, we still managed to hold the Glorious Gardens competition. Email Greeningjesmond@hotmail.com for details of this year’s competition. The closing date for this year’s entries is 18 May and awards will be presented on the early evening of Friday 28 May.

Children’s Book Reviews

The 2021 Children’s Book Review Competition for Years 4 and 5 will once again be organised by Oxfam Books and Music and the Friends of Jesmond Library. Children are asked to write a review of a favourite book and submit it either through school or direct to Jesmond Library. If you have any queries email info@jesmondfestival.org.uk .

Jesmond Library Windows

Check out the big windows in Jesmond Library! Different Jesmond organisations are decorating them with special festival-themed displays, to celebrate this year’s Jesmond Community Festival. Let us know your favourites by posting on the Jesmond Library Facebook page www.facebook.com/JesmondLibrary .

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