Holy Week and Easter in 2020

With Church buildings closed its easy to forget that the Church is still active when we cannot meet in St Cuthbert’s. As has been said by Revd. Jen, on several occasions, the Church is more than the building we meet for Weekday or Sunday Services.

We are the Church, and all can continue to support our Church Wardens and Deacon Janet from our homes during the Vacancy. Through prayer; supporting food banks (also see below); financially, by putting aside the money you generously donate or setting up a Standing Order; providing material for the weekly Bulletin, please email that to Carol. Worship in the home may take the form of a shared meal or agape. See the end of this bulletin from York, Holy Communion during the time of Anti-Virus Restrictions (PDF).

The Church of England has a page dedicated to ways we can all participate to celebrating Easter Week; through reflection, Social Media, joining a live-streamed event, or by an act of Spiritual Communion.

Guidance on Spiritual Communion and Coronavirus (PDF)

The London College of Bishops have reflected on the Eucharist in a time of Physical Distancing.

There is to be a National Virtual Palm Sunday Service led by the Bishop of Manchester.

Families, or individuals, might create an Easter Garden. Suggestions for creating the garden and things to do is available here.

Food Bank Parcels: Janet Caldwell says, if people have anything could they please ring her, and she will arrange collection of food parcels, preferably tinned stuff, and dried goods.

Keep to the Government rules on self-isolation. social distancing and keep well.

Weekly Bulletin

Regular worshippers at St. Cuthbert’s will be familiar with our weekly “pew sheet” which gives the Bible readings for the current Sunday, contact details for the church, news, and messages from the ministry team. Since all church services have been suspended until further notice, we will not issue the usual printed “pew sheet”. Instead, we will be putting a “mini-bulletin” on this website each week.

Sunday, 5th April, Palm Sunday (PDF)

Sunday March 29th, 5th in Lent (PDF)

Sunday March 22nd, 4th in Lent – Mothering Sunday (PDF)

Click on the link above to open the Bulletin

‘Come and See’ Mission

St Cuthbert’s, Ormesby and St George’s, Normanby are having a family breakfast at St George’s on Sat 14th March at 8-10 am to celebrate the ‘Come and See’ Mission.

ACE the gladiator will be attendance.
Food fun quizzes and games for all ages.
Tickets £1 from Janet Caldwell, Janet Danks and Elizabeth Furnell.

‘Come and See’ Mission
The Northern Bishops’ Mission to the Diocese of York, 12-15 March 2020

Download the information on the ‘Come and See’ Mission as a leaflet

Upcoming Services October – November 2019

Sunday 27th Oct 10am Café Church & Bible Sunday. Guest speakers – The Gideons (global organisation who put Bibles in hospitals, Drs surgeries, hotels etc). Amazing!!! Not to be missed.

Sundays 10am Cuthbert Bear Club.

Sunday 3rd November 4pm ALL SOULS Service
Sunday 10th November 9:30am REMEMBRANCE Service
Sunday 17th November 10am (Healing ministry on 3rd Sun of month)
Sunday 24th November 10am Café Church. Christ the King

Sunday 1st December 10am ADVENT SUNDAY. Darkness to Light

For Christmas Services see Post below