Fun-Key Church @ St Mary's Richmond - Pick up your mat

Sunday 26th May at 4pm

  • 18 May 2019
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Fun-Key Church @ St Mary's Richmond - Pick up your mat

On Sunday our theme will be "Pick up your mat and walk". We will be looking at the healing of the man by the pool.  Plenty of crafts, art, decorating food, seed planting, lettuce spinning art, a short talk, prayers, hymns and a very relaxed atmosphere.  We look forward to welcoming all ages.

Richmond Meet Service

Sunday 26th May at 10am at St Mary's Church

  • 18 May 2019
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Richmond Meet Service

We look forward to welcoming Corinne Alsop (President of The Meet Club) and all her Meet guests to come and worship at St Mary's Church on Sunday 26th May at 10am.

As part of The Meet Scott has organised a bike ride - he says - 

The annual Richmond Meet is on the next bank holiday weekend 25th, 26th and 27th May.
This festival is well over one hundred years old and its tradition is strongly linked to cycling.
This year's Meet President, Corinne Alsop, is very keen that there is a link with cycling for this year's meet.
What can you do?
Please join us around the Town Hall leading up to 11:00 on the morning of Saturday 25th May.
At 11:00 all cyclists present will ride out of the Market Place having been sent off by The President.
You then have a choice whether to join me and a few others on a 30 mile re recreational ride. (This goes to Hipswell, Colburn, Catterick Racecourse, Brompton, Gilling West, Kirby Hill, Marske, Downholme, Hudswell, Richmond).
Alternatively do your own ride either on the Saturday morning or sometime over the weekend.
The important thing is to having a clear cycling presence in the 2019 Meet!
For those happy with a gentler pace there is a postcard to collect in the Market Place and stickers to collect from around the 30-mile ride.Read more

Thy Kingdom Come Deanery Walks 2019

Ascension to Pentecost

  • 18 May 2019
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Thy Kingdom Come Deanery Walks 2019
Thy Kingdom Come

For the ten days between Ascension Day and Pentecost we are invited to join in the wave of prayer known as Thy Kingdom Come. At the heart of our prayers will be the words Jesus himself taught us, ‘Thy kingdom come, thy will be done’. 

 

This is when Christians back up that petition in the Lord’s Prayer with missionary action – from solidarity in prayer to helping others learn how to pray, from the witness of prayer walks or participating in Christian Aid Week to other forms of Christian witness all year round.

The Archbishops of Canterbury and York remind us: ‘As we pray Thy Kingdom Come we should expect that God will use us to help answer our prayer. He will give us opportunities to witness to him with the people we have been praying for. He will use us to invite people to know and experience the goodness of his Kingdom and to join his family.’ 

In our Deanery there will be a series of Walks between the various churches. We are invited to use these walks as a sign of unity, as a witness, and as an opportunity for prayer.   In addition to that on Thursday 30th May, Ascension Day -  there will be a Deanery Fun Afternoon at Easby Abbey with something for everyone, followed by worship at St Agatha’s church, Easby led by Bishop Helen-Ann.

Please see attached document.

Cafe Church at St Mary's on Sunday 19th May at 4pm

with Dean John Dobson

  • 17 May 2019
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Cafe Church at St Mary's on Sunday 19th May at 4pm

We look forward to welcoming the Dean of Ripon John Dobson to Café Church on Sunday 19th May at 4pm.  Coffee, cake, conversation and compline.  All are welcome.  

Little Rainbows (Baby and Toddler Group) @ St Mary's Church

every Thursday from 9am until 11am (begins officially at 9.30 but very welcome before)

  • 16 May 2019
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Little Rainbows (Baby and Toddler Group) @ St Mary's Church

Little Rainbows meets EVERY THURSDAY IN TERM TIME.   Very friendly helpers and a great atmosphere.  Do come along and join us.  All are welcome.  

 


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