Sunday 29th May, Family Communion Service, 10am

Note that on Sunday 29th May there is only one Service at 10:00 am. This is a Community Service of Praise which includes Holy Communion.

We will use real bread for the Service, so that the children will be able to fully parcipitate in the breaking of bread.

Christian Aid Week

A big thanks to our church warden, Janet, for hosting a Coffee Morning that raised over £210. Thanks to all who supported it and ate the delicious cakes!, and to all who donated through the Christian Aid envelope scheme.

Easter Sunday Service, 10am (BST)

This year there will be one Easter Sunday Service, a Parish Eucharist at 10am.

Come along, all ages are welcome, including children and babies.

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Image courtesy of openresources.org

As this is the Easter Sunday Service there will be an Easter Egg Hunt after the Service.

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Don’t forget that the clocks go forward overnight, its the start of British Summer Time.

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Lets hope we have a good Summer, but until then, come and spend Easter with us.

Services during Holy Week and Easter 2016

Image courtesy of Seacoast Church

Image courtesy of Seacoast Church

Monday, 21st March 2016

6:00pm Stations of the Cross

Wednesday, 23rd March 2016

10:00am Holy Communion
6:00pm Passover at the Ormesby Methodist Church,
Corner of Pritchett Road and High Street, Ormesby.
Limited numbers so Please sign the list to join!

Thursday, 24th March 2016

11:00am Holy Communion and blessing of oils at York Minster
7:30pm Maundy Thursday Holy Communion & ‘The Watch’

Friday, 25th March 2016

2:00pm Hour by the Cross

Saturday, 26th March 2016

7:00pm Easter Vigil with baptisms and confirmations
by the Bishop of Whitby at Holy Trinity, North Ormesby

Easter Sunday, 27th March 2016

10:00am Easter Family Holy Communion Service
with an Easter Egg hunt for the children after the Service.

Folk Night success

Thanks to Lesley Tart and Audrey Robson for organising the event and the local artists from the folk and acoustic scene who gave up their valuable time and talent to support our church roof and restoration project. The successful evening was enjoyed by an audience of 80-90 people and the artists were Trish McLean, Lesley and Martin Tart,

Trish Maclean (centre) and Lesley (left) and Martin Tart (right)

Trish McLean (centre) with Lesley (left) and Martin Tart (right)

Broadband, who also provided and set up the sound system and programme, The Shea Family, Brian Moore, Graham Yeats and last but not least, our very own St Cuthberts singers.

St Cuthberts Singers with Graham Yates and Trish Maclean on guitars.

St Cuthberts Singers with Graham Yeats and Trish McLean on guitars.

We raised £450.00 for the roof and restoration fund; finally, thanks to you all for your attendance and support.

More images in the Photo Gallery page.

Folk Night – Thursday 3rd March, 7pm

St Cuthberts is holding a Folk Night, in the Ormesby Club & Institute, High Street, Ormesby, in aid of the Church Roof and Restoration Fund. Performers include local artists, Trish Maclean and Broadband, alonside the St Cuthbert’s singers and the Shea family.

There will be a Raffle so please bring any contributions to Lesley Tart or Audrey Robson.

Tickets £5.00 includes pie and peas, available from Lesley Tart or Audrey Robson.

Become a Dementia Friend – Update

More open sessions of dementia training to accredit people as Dementia Friend’s and support people living with Dementia in maintaining their spirituality and faith.

The sessions are accredited by the Alzheimer’s Society, and at the end of the session you will be given your official badge to wear with pride.

The two sessions will take place at the Holy Trinity Centre, North Ormesby, and will be held on Thursday 10th March 10-12.30 and Tuesday 15th March 7-9.30 pm. There are 20 places for each session so please book a place via Heather Black or Maddy Fischer at the Holy Trinity Centre, North Ormesby, on 01642 286122

Become a Dementia Friend

An open session of dementia awareness, accredited by the Alzheimer’s Society, will be held on Tuesday 2nd February 10am at St Cuthberts’ Church, Church Lane, Ormesby. The session will be repeated at 5.30 pm. The sessions are 1.5 hrs each and are part of a government initiative to make towns and cities dementia friendly. The sessions are informative and will accredit each attendee as a Dementia Friend and you will be given your official badge to wear with pride.

This open session encourages the local community and their friends to attend.

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