St Mary's Radcliffe on Trent

Working in love to glorify God
and proclaim Jesus Christ as Saviour

 

 

PRAYER FOR THE WEEK

Please pray this week for all those things over which we have little or no control; for decisions, which are taken in parliament, that have a bearing on our lives.  Please continue to pray that the outcome of Brexit will not have a detrimental effect how this country moves forward in the future, and whatever decisions made by our politicians will be wise decisions and not the result of their own ideology.  We also pray for all those people caught up by this momentous decision the country took as to their future wellbeing here.  We also remember and pray for those Afro Caribbean citizens who have a right to live here but do not have the documents to prove it

 

 

Readings (or as announced and/or as shown in service sheet)

1st Reading  Acts Chapter 2 verses 1 – 21                           

Gospel Reading  John Chapter 15 verses 26 & 27, John Chapter 16 verses 4b - 15   

 

ST. PETER & ST. PAUL’S          

Sunday 13th                         6.30pm Compline

Readings as Radcliffe unless amended and/or as shown in lectionary.

PRAYER FOR THE WEEK

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CONTACT DETAILS - URGENT A new data protection law (GDPR) is coming into force in less than a week's time (25th May 2018). So that St Mary's complies with the new law, we are looking to make sure that all the contact details we hold for you are up to date and that we are only holding/using personal information that we are entitled to. We also need to let you know about our new privacy policy.  A letter and form have been given out at services for the last few weeks and more are available at the back of church. If you have not already done so, please do fill in the form in as soon as you can, so that your details go onto our new church family list.  The form can be completed on paper and handed in at church (or posted through the office letterbox) or filled in online on www.stmarysradcliffe.org/data . Thank you so much for your help with this. Sally Williams, Church Office

 

SCHOOL OF DISCIPLINE: Real LIFE - Later this year the diocese is preparing to launch its School of Discipleship under the leadership of the Rev’d Dr David Emerton The School will exist ‘to grow disciples who grow disciples’, helping both to realize the wider diocesan vision for Growing Disciples wider, younger and deeper and to assist in releasing the local church to continue growing towards complete maturity in Christ. 

To this end, and beginning in September 2018, the School of Discipleship will be offering a diocesan-wide discipleship course called Real LIFE, designed to envision, empower and equip God’s people in making the life-long journey of following-after Christ.

David says, “The summons to follow-after Jesus and into real life lies at the heart of what it is to be a disciple.  To respond to this summons and to make this journey is a life-long and exhilarating process possible only in and through the power of the Holy Spirit.  Discovering what this summons means and how this journey is marked is central therefore to the identity of both the School of Discipleship and the Real LIFE discipleship course.  If we are people who seek to live and move and have our being such that we are captivated and compelled by Jesus, and by Jesus alone, then the Real LIFE discipleship course is perhaps for us.”

To find out more about Real LIFE and what the course will entail, join David Emerton and Richard Kellett, Director of Discipleship & Ministry, at ‘A Discipled Life’ – an evening designed to give you a feel for what Real LIFE looks like.

Rachel will be taking a St. Mary’s group to St Nic’s Nottingham on Wednesday 23rd May 2018. These taster evenings are open to all and will start at 7:30pm and finish by 9:30pm.  If you are interested, please let Rachel know.

 

TRANSFORM WEEKEND - Bookings for Transform 2018 (at Walesby Forest) are now open, please book in here. Transform Weekend gathering to encounter God from Friday 13th July from 1pm to Sunday 15th July 1pm. Transform Weekend is put together by a group of people from the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham who want to give people the opportunity to gather together to worship God, grow in what it means to follow Jesus and have a fun weekend together! The event is for all ages and there is a full separate programme for Pre-schoolers aged 3 & 4, school age children (Reception to School Year 2, School Years 3-5/6 and Youth Years 6-13). Years 12 & 13 are welcome in the adult or youth programme and Year 6 can book in with the children’s group or the Youth whichever suits them. There are crèche facilities for under 3’s and their carers. The event includes worship, teaching, ministry and seminars. Only weekend pass tickets are available.

Early Bird Rates, until 11.59pm on 31st May, are £30 for Adult and £20 for Reception to School Year 13 (Child/youth), £15 for 3 & 4 year olds and free for under 3’s but still book them in. Family tickets are available for £100 for families with more than 2 children/youth from the same family. To use this book additional children in using the Free Family Child/Youth ticket.

Rates, from 1st June, are £35 for Adult, £25 for Reception to School Year 13 (Child/youth), £20 for 3 & 4 year olds & under 3’s free. Family tickets £120 for families with more than 2 children from the same family. To use this book additional children in using the Free Family Child/Youth ticket.

Fill in a booking form for all attending in your party, you do NOT need to put the address for everyone in your party.

Online booking close on Sunday 8th July 2018 at 11.59pm
On booking you will receive your tickets by email from iknow ticketing. Please keep these and bring them with you to the event. Places are limited so book early. There are great opportunities and I warmly commend them to you. Mark

 

RACHEL’S PRIESTING – On Saturday 30th June Rachel’s priesting will take place in Southwell Minster.  We are sure that many of you will wish to go along and support her in this her next stage of her curacy.  We have therefore hired a 59 seater coach which will leave from outside Grange Hall at 2.30pm returning from Southwell at 6pm.  To help with numbers will you please let me know if you would like to come. Thank you. Martin Skeffington

 

RADCLIFFE ADVICE CENTRE -  The Annual General Meeting  is at 7.30 pm on Monday 21st May in St Mary’s Hall. The advice centre provides free confidential advice on a range of personal issues at the weekly sessions held both in St Mary’s Hall and in Bingham. Everyone is welcome at the AGM where you can find out more about the work, and meet the team of talented volunteers who provide this valuable service. Contact David Hancock for more details.

 

INCLUSIVE CHURCH NETWORK - The Annual Meeting of this organisation is at Leicester Cathedral on Wednesday July 25th from 6.00pm. The Annual Lecture will be given by Ruth Hunt, Chief Executive of Stonewall. Tickets from David Hancock.  

 

EASY FUNDRAISING – Thank you to the 14 members who take part in this. We have now raised over £165.  If you buy items over the internet, whether it’s groceries, travel or use Amazon etc. this is, as it says an easy way to fund raise without any cost to the participating members. All you need to do is go to the Easy Fundraising website and search for St. Mary’s Radcliffe on Trent.

 

LEAD THEFTS - There has been a spate of Lead thefts from Churches across the border in Leicester Diocese very recently. So far Southwell and Nottingham has only experienced one. Last week, several lengths of lead flashing were stolen from the roof of St Michael's Retford. Please be alert, be vigilant and report any suspicious activity around your church buildings to your local Police Team. Many thanks. Anne Walters, Southwell Diocese

 

 

 

 

 

PRAYER FOR THE WEEK

Please pray this week for the hospitals, and the recovery units remembering especially the Queen’s Medical Centre and the City Hospital in Nottingham and Lings Bar Recovery Unit at Gamston. Pray for the doctors, consultants, surgeons and nurses as well as everybody who works in the medical profession.  Give thanks for the Ambulance Service working under monetary restraints remembering our own East Midlands Ambulance Service.  Pray also for the Residential care and Nursing Homes in our own village, their staff and their patients.

 

 

Readings (or as announced and/or as shown in service sheet)

1st Reading   Acts Chapter 1 verses 15 -17, 21 – 26              

Service Theme (10.30am service & Thursday) Justice for the Oppressed

                         Nehemiah Ch. 5 verses 1 -19                

Gospel Reading  John Ch. 17 verses 6 - 19             

 

ST. PETER & ST. PAUL’S          

Sunday 13th                         No Service

Readings as Radcliffe unless amended and/or as shown in lectionary.

 

 

RICHARD WALKER -The funeral service and thanksgiving for the life of Richard Walker will take place at St Mary's on Friday 18th May, at noon, followed by refreshments in the Church Hall. All are most welcome. As this service will also celebrate the life of Richard, please do not feel that you have to wear black.  Mary, Peter and Sarah 

 

CONTACT DETAILS - IMPORTANT - A new data protection law (GDPR) is coming into force in just under a month. So that St Mary's complies with the new law, we are looking to make sure that all the contact details we hold for you are up to date and that we are only holding/using personal information that we are entitled to. We also need to let you know about our new privacy policy.  A letter and form are being given out over the next couple of weeks to everyone in regular contact with the church. Please would you fill the form in as soon as you can, so that we can continue to keep in touch with you. It can be completed on paper and handed in at church or done online on www.stmarysradcliffe.org/data . Thank you so much for your help with this. Sally Williams, Church Office

 

CHURCHWARDENS’ VISITATION SERVICE – Takes place this Wednesday evening 16th May at 7.30pm at St. Wilfred’s Church Wilford if anyone would like to go and support Sue and George.

 

SCHOOL OF DISCIPLINE: Real LIFE - Later this year the diocese is preparing to launch its School of Discipleship under the leadership of the Rev’d Dr David Emerton The School will exist ‘to grow disciples who grow disciples’, helping both to realize the wider diocesan vision for Growing Disciples wider, younger and deeper and to assist in releasing the local church to continue growing towards complete maturity in Christ. 

To this end, and beginning in September 2018, the School of Discipleship will be offering a diocesan-wide discipleship course called Real LIFE, designed to envision, empower and equip God’s people in making the life-long journey of following-after Christ.

David says, “The summons to follow-after Jesus and into real life lies at the heart of what it is to be a disciple.  To respond to this summons and to make this journey is a life-long and exhilarating process possible only in and through the power of the Holy Spirit.  Discovering what this summons means and how this journey is marked is central therefore to the identity of both the School of Discipleship and the Real LIFE discipleship course.  If we are people who seek to live and move and have our being such that we are captivated and compelled by Jesus, and by Jesus alone, then the Real LIFE discipleship course is perhaps for us.”

To find out more about Real LIFE and what the course will entail, join David Emerton and Richard Kellett, Director of Discipleship & Ministry, at ‘A Discipled Life’ – an evening designed to give you a feel for what Real LIFE looks like.

Rachel will be taking a St. Mary’s group to St Nic’s Nottingham on Wednesday 23rd May 2018. These taster evenings are open to all and will start at 7:30pm and finish by 9:30pm.  If you are interested, please let Rachel know.

 

TRANSFORM WEEKEND - Bookings for Transform 2018 (at Walesby Forest) are now open, please book in here. Transform Weekend gathering to encounter God from Friday 13th July from 1pm to Sunday 15th July 1pm. Transform Weekend is put together by a group of people from the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham who want to give people the opportunity to gather together to worship God, grow in what it means to follow Jesus and have a fun weekend together! The event is for all ages and there is a full separate programme for Pre-schoolers aged 3 & 4, school age children (Reception to School Year 2, School Years 3-5/6 and Youth Years 6-13). Years 12 & 13 are welcome in the adult or youth programme and Year 6 can book in with the children’s group or the Youth whichever suits them. There are crèche facilities for under 3’s and their carers. The event includes worship, teaching, ministry and seminars. Only weekend pass tickets are available.

Early Bird Rates, until 11.59pm on 31st May, are £30 for Adult and £20 for Reception to School Year 13 (Child/youth), £15 for 3 & 4 year olds and free for under 3’s but still book them in. Family tickets are available for £100 for families with more than 2 children/youth from the same family. To use this book additional children in using the Free Family Child/Youth ticket.

Rates, from 1st June, are £35 for Adult, £25 for Reception to School Year 13 (Child/youth), £20 for 3 & 4 year olds & under 3’s free. Family tickets £120 for families with more than 2 children from the same family. To use this book additional children in using the Free Family Child/Youth ticket.

Fill in a booking form for all attending in your party, you do NOT need to put the address for everyone in your party.

Online booking closes on Sunday 8th July 2018 at 11.59pm
On booking you will receive your tickets by email from iknow ticketing. Please keep these and bring them with you to the event. Places are limited so book early. There are great opportunities and I warmly commend them to you. Mark

 

RACHEL’S PRIESTING – On Saturday 30th June Rachel’s priesting will take place in Southwell Minster.  We are sure that many of you will wish to go along and support her in this her next stage of her curacy.  We have therefore hired a 59 seater coach which will leave from outside Grange Hall at 2.30pm returning from Southwell at 6pm.  To help with numbers will you please let me know if you would like to come. Thank you. Martin Skeffington

 

CHRISTIAN AID WEEKThere will be a Christian Aid Plant Sale and Coffee Morning at the Boys’ Brigade Hall this Saturday morning 19th May from 9.30am until 12 noon. Christine Anderson 

 

RADCLIFFE ADVICE CENTRE -  The Annual General Meeting  is at 7.30 pm on Monday 21st May in St Mary’s Hall. The advice centre provides free confidential advice on a range of personal issues at the weekly sessions held both in St Mary’s Hall and in Bingham. Everyone is welcome at the AGM where you can find out more about the work, and meet the team of talented volunteers who provide this valuable service. Contact David Hancock for more details.

 

INCLUSIVE CHURCH NETWORK - The Annual Meeting of this organisation is at Leicester Cathedral on Wednesday July 25th from 6.00pm. The Annual Lecture will be given by Ruth Hunt, Chief Executive of Stonewall. Tickets from David Hancock. 

 

You are most welcome to stay for refreshments after each Sunday service, to enjoy each other’s company and to welcome both newcomers and visitors.

 

Shelford’s Messy Church will be on the last Wednesday afternoon in May. We look forward to seeing you. Please pray for Messy Church in Shelford, for their leaders and everyone who take part.  Please pray also that the right decisions are made with regard to the future of Messy Church in Radcliffe.

 

Please pray for Rock Solid, for the youngsters who attend and the leaders and volunteers who help out; pray that members will find coming to Jesus as fulfilling and rewarding as having a fun time.  Please pray for more helpers, particularly males, so that useful relationships can be built up leading youngsters to a more spiritual and fruitful life. The next Rock Solid will be in St. Mary’s Hall 20th May at 6.30pm to avoid the bank holiday weekend.

 

SAFEGUARDING

St. Mary’s is committed to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults and ensuring their wellbeing. 

St. Peter & St. Paul’s Shelford will have its own safeguarding policy

 

 

 

Thy Kingdom Come prayer week
10th to 20th May 2018

 

 

 

 

PRAYER FOR THE WEEK

 

Please pray this week for own churches and communities.  We pray that the changes proposed by St. Mary’s PCC lead to more people coming to Jesus. We pray that our community of Radcliffe on Trent sees St. Mary’s as a vibrant and exciting place to worship.  We also pray that our sister church St. Peter & St. Paul’s Shelford grows to meet the spiritual needs of its own community.

 

Readings (or as announced and/or as shown in service sheet)

1st Reading   Acts Chapter 8 verses 26 - 40                             

Service Theme (10.30am service & Thursday) Building Project – Nehemiah Preaching 

                    Nehemiah Chapter 2 verses. 1 -20                  

Gospel Reading   John Ch. 15 vv. 1 - 8            

 

ST. PETER & ST. PAUL’S          

Sunday 22nd                          No Service

 

Readings as Radcliffe unless amended and/or as shown in lectionary.

 

CONTACT DETAILS - IMPORTANT - A new data protection law (GDPR) is coming into force in just under a month. So that St Mary's complies with the new law, we are looking to make sure that all the contact details we hold for you are up to date and that we are only holding/using personal information that we are entitled to. We also need to let you know about our new privacy policy.  A letter and form are being given out over the next couple of weeks to everyone in regular contact with the church. Please would you fill the form in as soon as you can, so that we can continue to keep in touch with you. It can be completed on paper and handed in at church or done online on www.stmarysradcliffe.org/data . Thank you so much for your help with this. Sally Williams, Church Office

 

SCHOOL OF DISCIPLINE: Real LIFE - Later this year the diocese is preparing to launch its School of Discipleship under the leadership of the Rev’d Dr David Emerton The School will exist ‘to grow disciples who grow disciples’, helping both to realize the wider diocesan vision for Growing Disciples wider, younger and deeper and to assist in releasing the local church to continue growing towards complete maturity in Christ. 

To this end, and beginning in September 2018, the School of Discipleship will be offering a diocesan-wide discipleship course called Real LIFE, designed to envision, empower and equip God’s people in making the life-long journey of following-after Christ.

David says, “The summons to follow-after Jesus and into real life lies at the heart of what it is to be a disciple.  To respond to this summons and to make this journey is a life-long and exhilarating process possible only in and through the power of the Holy Spirit.  Discovering what this summons means and how this journey is marked is central therefore to the identity of both the School of Discipleship and the Real LIFE discipleship course.  If we are people who seek to live and move and have our being such that we are captivated and compelled by Jesus, and by Jesus alone, then the Real LIFE discipleship course is perhaps for us.”

To find out more about Real LIFE and what the course will entail, join David Emerton and Richard Kellett, Director of Discipleship & Ministry, at ‘A Discipled Life’ – an evening designed to give you a feel for what Real LIFE looks like.

Rachel will be taking a St. Mary’s group to St Nic’s Nottingham on Wednesday 23rd May 2018. These taster evenings are open to all and will start at 7:30pm and finish by 9:30pm.  If you are interested, please let Rachel know.

 

TRANSFORM WEEKEND - Bookings for Transform 2018 are now open, please book in here. Transform Weekend gathering to encounter God from Friday 13th July from 1pm to Sunday 15th July 1pm. Transform Weekend is put together by a group of people from the Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham who want to give people the opportunity to gather together to worship God, grow in what it means to follow Jesus and have a fun weekend together! The event is for all ages and there is a full separate programme for Pre-schoolers aged 3 & 4, school age children (Reception to School Year 2, School Years 3-5/6 and Youth Years 6-13). Years 12 & 13 are welcome in the adult or youth programme and Year 6 can book in with the children’s group or the Youth whichever suits them. There are crèche facilities for under 3’s and their carers. The event includes worship, teaching, ministry and seminars.
Only weekend pass tickets are available.

Early Bird Rates, until 11.59pm on 31st May, are £30 for Adult and £20 for Reception to School Year 13 (Child/youth), £15 for 3 & 4 yr olds and free for under 3’s but still book them in. Family tickets are available for £100 for families with more than 2 children/youth from the same family. To use this book additional children in using the Free Family Child/Youth ticket.

Rates, from 1st June, are £35 for Adult, £25 for Reception to School Year 13 (Child/youth), £20 for 3 & 4 yr olds & under 3’s free. Family tickets £120 for families with more than 2 children from the same family. To use this book additional children in using the Free Family Child/Youth ticket.

Fill in a booking form for all attending in your party, you do NOT need to put the address for everyone in your party.

Online booking closes on Sunday 8th July 2018 at 11.59pm
On booking you will receive your tickets by email from iknow ticketing. Please keep these and bring them with you to the event.
Places are limited so book early. There are great opportunities and I warmly commend them to you. Mark

 

RACHEL’S PRIESTING – On Saturday 30th June Rachel’s priesting will take place in Southwell Minster.  We are sure that many of you will wish to go along and support her in this her next stage of her curacy.  We have therefore hired a 59 seater coach which will leave from outside Grange Hall at 2.30pm returning from Southwell at 6pm.  To help with numbers will you please let me know if you would like to come. Thank you. Martin Skeffington

 

CHURCH CLEANER - The PCC are seeking a cleaner for St Mary’s Church. Duties will include cleaning the church and toilet according to the job description. The successful candidate will ideally have previous cleaning experience, ability to work on his or her own with complete discretion. The hours of work will initially be 2 hours per week or 4 hours per fortnight, with a review after 3 months.

Salary £9 per hour.Closing date 3rd May 2018

Job description and application form available from St Mary’s Church Office, St. Mary’s Hall, Main Road Radcliffe on Trent NG12 2FD or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

CHRISTIAN AID WEEK - With the approach of lighter evenings, it can only mean that Christian Aid Week is on the horizon. This year it's Sunday 13th May until Saturday 19th May, and as usual we are desperate for house-to-house collectors.  Between us, we usually manage to collect an amazing £5000, reduced last year owing to lack of collectors.   We collect from many people who would not send in a donation, but are willing to put a gift into the envelope on the doorstep.  Please consider whether you can help this year, now matter how few houses you can cover - an hour or two of your time can make a huge difference to those in great need.  More info. from, and offers of help to, Yvonne Ellison, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or Christine and Malcolm Anderson, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

LINK DISTRIBUTOR REQUIRED - A Distributor is required to deliver LINK magazine each month to Trent View Gardens, 16 in total. Help is always available to cover sickness and holidays. If you live on Trent View Gardens or nearby and feel you would be able to help please contact Jenny Hudson - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Thank you.

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