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News from the Vicarage - June 2010

Dear Friends,

Stewardship Campaign

We are in the middle of our Stewardship Campaign and I want to thank everyone who has returned their Pledge Card with any new or increased Standing Orders or Envelope requests and Giftaid forms. However, those who have not done so, would you please do so soon. It will be a more difficult task to visit everyone who has not returned their forms. The Bishop of Shrewsbury will then bless our Pledges and Forms on Sunday 13th June at the Confirmation.

'Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also' Luke 12.34

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News from the Vicarage - May 2010

Dear Friends,

This month we are having our Stewardship Campaign. Everyone on our Church Electoral Roll will be getting a letter and information about your Giving. We want everyone to return a Pledge Card with their new Standing Order & Gift Aid or request for Envelopes at Pentecost Sunday 23rd May. The Bishop of Shrewsbury will then bless our Pledges & Forms on Sunday 13th June at the Confirmation. To help with your decision on your giving:

'Where your treasure is, there will your heart be also' Luke 12.34

Read more: News from the Vicarage - May 2010

Views from the Vicarage - April 2010

Dear Friends,

I am writing this article in Passiontide as we approach Holy Week. The word passion comes from the Latin word for suffering as is paschal from the Greek which means the same. From Palm Sunday, when Jesus enters Jerusalem as a king with the crowds singing hosanna, to Easter we celebrate the last week of our Lord's life and enter into his passion.

Read more: Views from the Vicarage - April 2010

Views from the Vicarage - March 2010

Dear Friends,

Although Lent has started and maybe you have already begun your Lent discipline may I encourage you still to take up some of the things we have in Church for this Lent.

Read more: Views from the Vicarage - March 2010

Views from the Vicarage - February 2010

Dear Friends,

In the bible there are four gospels or 'goodnews's about the life of Jesus – Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. And it is no co-incidence about the order in which they appear.

Read more: Views from the Vicarage - February 2010