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Welcome to St Cuthberts Ormesby

Always know you will be very welcome and hope that you find us open and friendly people who can provide you with relevance and meaning in your daily life. Discover our churches long history, its continuing faith, worship and mission, alongside its new role in the development of a new generaton of clergy.

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Ordinands at Teesport

The Ordinands from Cranmer Hall, Revd Dominic Black and tutor Revd Jennifer Croft spent a day at Teesport visiting the Chaplaincy work of the Mission to Seafarers.  We enjoyed a trip on the Harbour Master’s boat through the port (which is much bigger than you anticipate).

 

 

 

Cranmer Hall Ordinands in the Parish

From the 7th June, for two weeks, we are hosting ten Ordinands (trainee Vicars!) from Cranmer Hall, Durham. They are on placements at Easter Side, Eston & Normanby, Linthorpe, North Ormesby and South Bank. It has been a delight to have these talented people working amongst our parishes in Middlesbrough.

Pie and pea supper for the Ordinands

Pie and pea supper for the Ordinands

On Friday evening, we hosted a Communion Service, celebrated by the Bishop of Whitby; followed by a barbeque.

Ordinands with Rt Revd Paul Ferguson, Bishop of Whitby (4th from left) and Mrs Black (4th from right) outside Ormesby Hall

Ordinands with Rt Revd Paul Ferguson, Bishop of Whitby (4th from left) and Mrs Heather Black (4th from right) outside Ormesby Hall

BBQ @ Vicarage, Ormesby

Revd Jennifer Croft with Rt Revd Paul Ferguson, Bishop of Whitby (centre) and Revd Dominic Black, Rural Dean (right)

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