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Thy Kingdom Come

Please find worship for Sunday 24th May 2020.
News and Activities for Children and Young People

Click the next box (below) to see the service
or join others at 10am on Sunday 24th May 2020 on Facebook
Also please find a simple communion service and children's worship

Join the chat after the service (10.40am) - see below for more info

 
SUNDAY WORSHIP
with St Mary's Church Lads' and Church Girls' Brigade and footage from 'Thy Kingdom Come' - Dr Krish Kandiah reflects on the Lord's Prayer
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Holy Communion
Communion Service with St Mary's Choir singing Elgar’s Ave Verum
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Coffee and Chat - 10.30am Sunday
PLEASE NOTE THERE IS A NEW LINK
"It is just like wandering around having a chat after the service" 
Please do join us this Sunday. 

All you have to do is
  click here  (on your phone computer or ipad) 
and wait to be admitted

or paste the link into your search engine-
 https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85002692381?pwd=dTFGM0VVdWFoZWZ0TEVRTmhSWmJzQT09
 
THINGS TO CELEBRATE
Janet Osgerby, Sarah Smith, Helena Wilson, Sue Cuckson, Roland Deller
Congratulations to Jo and Ed who have announced their engagement.
And to their children - Grace, Peter, Evelyn, Laura, Bella and Lottie. 
 Pentecost Visitation
On Sunday afternoon (Sunday 31st May from 2-4.30pm)
we will be carrying  decorated crosses around the parish to symbolise the arrival of the Holy Spirit. 

We would love it if you could come into your gardens / driveways / the end of your streets
to welcome the cross (all with social distancing in mind please).

If you are willing to carry the cross for part of the journey
please let Margaret Hairsine know on 07734 690721 / 862705
 
Route 1
Starting at Church
West door, right out of gate, North Bar Within, right into Wylies Road, cross at crossing, right towards Manor Road, left into Manor road, stay left hand side. Past St Mary’s school, continues on to Woodhall Way, past Molescroft shops, up the hill, playing field on left, Pighill Lane on right, bear left, continue up the hill past new and established dwellings. At top of road turn left along Molescroft Brow towards Molescroft Inn. At the roundabout turn left on to Molescroft Road, down the hill past the cemetery and the Police station back to North Bar Within and return to church
 
Route 2
West door or porch door towards Market Cross, turn left on to Sow Hill Road, right on to New Walkergate past the end of Morton Lane, retirement flats and almshouses on left. At mini roundabout cross over and along Railway Street to Eastgate, left into Eastgate and along to turn right on to Minster Yard South and thence on to Keldgate, across the mini roundabouts on to Cartwright Lane. At the top of Cartwright Lane right on to the footpath across the Westwood which connects with Westwood Road, Newbegin left on to Lairgate thence back to church.
 
Route 3
From West door, left and left again on to Hengate, past the surgery on the left, cross the dual carriageway of Manor Road and turn left along Manor Road past the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, turn right on to Copandale Road and walk the crescent route around Copandale on to Scrubwood Lane. At the end of Scrubwood turn left on to Woodahll Way, proceed to Wylies Road, cross over, right along Wylies Road to the snicket, left at the snicket and follow the path onto St Mary’s lane; turn right at the end of the terrace, follow the path to come out on North Bar Within, thence return to church.
 
Route 4
Norwood over the railway line up to the end of Swinemoor Lane and back on the other side of the road. This gives easy access to congregation on Model Farm and Swinemoor estates
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CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE
  • Join us for zoom Sunday School at 9am (contact us at stmarys.beverley@gmail.com for a code to join)
  • Although we can not physically meet together -it is important that our children continue to grow in faith and are able to connect with one another so here are some resources to help you at home.
  • Please send us your artwork, videos and pictures and you will win a star - 5 stars = prize.
Children
Gemma explains to the Archbishop about the special apps and games that come with the prayer map 
Click the picture to download your own map
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This week our focus is prayer
Do not worry about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. Philippians 4:6 

Here are some great ways to pray

Praying hands 
You will need: A4 card; pens; felt-tip pens, coloured nail varnish, stickers, transfers or similar to decorate the nails

Take an A4 piece of card.
On one side, draw round both your hands with all ten fingers (the more dexterous could do the same thing but with their feet and all ten toes). Draw in the fingernails or toenails on each finger or toe. Fold the card in two to make a praying hands.

Decorate the hands

Talk about how you use your hands when you pray. Some people put their hands together to help them concentrate; some lift them up to God; some lie with their hands flat on the floor; some use beads. How could people use their feet in prayer? How do you like to pray?


Prayer stars



You will need: paper; pencils; scissors; a shallow bowl of water

Cut out paper stars. Draw or write a prayer in the centre. Perhaps you could pray for Jesus’ light to shine on someone who feels a bit hopeless. Fold each point of the star over the centre with a good sharp crease. Now, with that person in your thoughts, place the folded star gently on the surface of the water and watch quietly as the star’s points open up. It’s as if that person is opening up to Jesus through your prayer. If you like, take some spare star shapes home to pray in the bath. Talk about prayer being God’s way of changing people’s lives for the better

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Contact us
Email- stmarys.beverley@gmail.com
Telephone: 07598 518426


Images and Sunday school resources adapted from ROOTS for Churches Ltd (www.rootsontheweb.com) 2002-2020.
Reproduced with permission.

 
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