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St Marys Church Nunthorpe
February 2017

Wednesday 8th February 2017 10:00amHoly Communion in Hall ChapelSaid service of Holy Communion in the Hall Chapel, Morton Carr Lane, Nunthorpe.
Thursday 9th February 2017 10:00amPram Service in HallA service for babies and toddlers, their parents or carers during term time.
The service starts at 10am and is divided up into time for worship and play time, with fellowship for the adults. It gives parents a chance to get to know one another and receive support, where necessary from the Mothers' Union, who help with the service.
All parents or carers with children under five are welcome to attend.
Sunday 12th February 2017 3rd Sunday before Lent
9:15amParish Eucharist in ChurchSaid service of Holy Communion in St Mary's Church, Church Lane, Nunthorpe.
11:00amInformal Worship in HallAn informal form of worship, particularly suitable for families with young children, but all ages are very welcome.

Held in St Mary's Church Hall, Morton Carr Lane, Nunthorpe.
5:30pmEvensong (BCP) in ChurchA sung Evensong from the Book of Common Prayer in St Mary's Church, Church Lane, Nunthorpe.
Wednesday 15th February 2017 10:00amHoly Communion in Hall ChapelSaid service of Holy Communion in the Hall Chapel, Morton Carr Lane, Nunthorpe.
Thursday 16th February 2017 10:00amPram Service in HallA service for babies and toddlers, their parents or carers during term time.
The service starts at 10am and is divided up into time for worship and play time, with fellowship for the adults. It gives parents a chance to get to know one another and receive support, where necessary from the Mothers' Union, who help with the service.
All parents or carers with children under five are welcome to attend.
Sunday 19th February 2017 2nd Sunday before Lent
9:15amParish Eucharist in ChurchSaid service of Holy Communion in St Mary's Church, Church Lane, Nunthorpe.
11:00amNO service in hall
5:30pmHoly Communion (BCP) in ChurchA formal Communion Service from the Book of Common Prayer, in St Mary's Church, Church Lane, Nunthorpe.
Tuesday 21st February 2017 7:30pmMothers' UnionA meeting of the Mothers' Union in the Church Hall
Wednesday 22nd February 2017 10:00amHoly Communion in Hall ChapelSaid service of Holy Communion in the Hall Chapel, Morton Carr Lane, Nunthorpe.
Thursday 23rd February 2017 10:00amPram Service in HallA service for babies and toddlers, their parents or carers during term time.
The service starts at 10am and is divided up into time for worship and play time, with fellowship for the adults. It gives parents a chance to get to know one another and receive support, where necessary from the Mothers' Union, who help with the service.
All parents or carers with children under five are welcome to attend.
Saturday 25th February 2017 10:00amOpen ChurchA chance to visit this beautiful church and learn about its history, with newspaper cuttings, pictures and personal recollections. Refreshments will be served.
Sunday 26th February 2017 Last Sunday before Lent
9:15amParish Eucharist in ChurchSaid service of Holy Communion in St Mary's Church, Church Lane, Nunthorpe.
11:00amInformal Worship in HallAn informal form of worship, particularly suitable for families with young children, but all ages are very welcome.

Held in St Mary's Church Hall, Morton Carr Lane, Nunthorpe.
5:30pmChoral Evensong in ChurchA sung Evensong from the Book of Common Prayer, with the St Mary's Festival Choir.
The service is in St Mary's Church, Church Lane, Nunthorpe.
Monday 27th February 2017 Start of Fair Trade fortnight There is a place up in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado where a small trickle of water separates into two streams. For those drops of water a small drift to the left or to the right can have an immensely different outcome. Water to the left flows west into the Colorado River, the Gulf of California and then the Pacific Ocean. Water to the right flows east to the Mississippi River, the Gulf of Mexico and then the Atlantic Ocean. One small turning point, two very different destinations. The choices we make can be like that. They may not seem great at the time, but they can change the course of our life.
Life is all about choices. As children we choose our friends, our interests, whether to work hard, or not. Later we choose where we live, our career path, how we look after our health, our attitude to obstacles and difficulties, our response to causes and issues. As Christians we choose to follow Christ, and then to keep following Him in the choices of day to day life.
Sometimes our ability to choose is limited by life’s circumstances. That’s especially true for people living in the developing world where poverty, climate conditions, natural disasters, corruption and trading injustice prevent freedom of choice.
Crucially, the choices we make in the UK often have a direct impact on the scope for choice available to our brothers and sisters in the developing world. In recent years our own culture and attitudes to the poor and vulnerable have been changing beyond recognition.
Fairtrade Fortnight is crunch time. As Christians it’s time to choose. Are we on the side of ‘anything for a bargain’ and ‘who cares where my food comes from’ or are we on the side of Christ who identified with the poor and lived and died sacrificially for others? Choosing Fair Trade over other shopping options is not an optional extra for Christians and it’s time to change our lifestyles if we’re serious about following Christ.
3:30pmScramblersYouth Group for ages 4-7yrs, term times only, in St Mary's Church Hall, Morton Carr lane.
7:30pmCommunity Knitting Group in HallIn St Mary's Church Hall.
Everyone is welcome to join us for knitting, natter and a cuppa.

Our next projects will be for Easter, Summer, Poppies and Christmas.

More information from Brenda 01642 318447 / brendathompson6@virginmedia.com