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The Parishes of the Derwent Ings Benefice

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EC.=East Cottingwith,  E.=Elvington, S.=Sutton, T.=Thorganby,

W.= Wheldrake, B.= Benefice D = Deanery

Easter Day
21st April 2019
EC. 9.00am Holy Communion
E. 10.30am Family Holy Communion
S. 10.30am Holy Communion
T. 10.30am Family Holy Communion
W. 8.00am Holy Communion
W. 10.00am Family Morning with worship at 10.30am and Holy Communion and Egg Hunt
W. 12.00pm Nursing Home Service
Wednesday 24th April 2019
W. 9.30am Healing Prayer Fellowship – Cottage
Thursday 25th April 2019
T. 10.00am Coffee Drop in at the Village Hall
W. 10.00am Toddler Club in the Cottage
Saturday 27th April 2019
W. 8.30am Prayer and Platefuls in the Cottage
S. 11.00am Baptism
Sunday 28th April 2019
T. 10.30am Five Parish Communion

Pray-er for the Community
Jenny Rawlinson
Area for prayer in the Community:
Derwent Park & Blue Slates Close

W. Easter Sunday
There will be tea and coffee after the service in Church Cottage

B. Quiet Day
Join us for all or part of our Quiet Day at Thicket Priory on Saturday 4th May, to explore various aspects of the Easter story. There will be some short times of input and worship together, and plenty of time for quiet thought and prayer. Drinks will be available from 10.00 am. Please come at any time after that and either stay for the whole day, finishing around 3.00 pm, or just for part of it. There will be displays to help provoke thought and prayer, and the idea is that anyone can join in as much or as little of the day as suits them. Please bring a packed lunch if you’re staying all day.

EC. Coffee Morning
Please join us at Rose Garth in Main Street from 10.30 on Saturday 11th May, for coffee and delicious cakes. Entry £2, in aid of church funds. All welcome.

W. Afternoon Fellowship
The meeting in May is on Wednesday 1st May at 2pm. in the Cottage. Keith Jaynes ( our Church Treasurer), will tell us about his life experiences in his talk “A Toolkit for Sales”. Fellowship is always open to newcomers as well as ‘old-comers’.

W. Lent Lunches
We raised £465.70 for Shelter box from the soup lunches this year thank you to everyone who donated soup, bread and their time to make this splendid total.

B. Graham Kendrick at the Citadel
A worship night with Graham Kendrick
on Friday 3rd May at 7.30pm called
‘keep the banner flying high!’
at the Citadel, Gillygate, York
Tickets: arkevent.co.uk/gkyork19
General £16.00 Concession £12 (u18, NUS, JSA, OAP). Wheelchair £16 (includes ticket for an assistant, subject to availability).
Tickets on-the-door £16 (subject to availability). Book early to avoid disappointment!

B. Wanted
If anyone has a Qualcast 24 volt lithium mower recharger that they don’t need, please have a word with Ian – someone in one of our villages needs one and is not in a state to find one for themselves

W. Prayers and Platefuls
The next prayer breakfast will be at 8.30am on Saturday 27th April. Do join us in Church Cottage for food followed by prayers for all our churches and villages.

W. Church Cottage Teapot
Has anyone seen the cottage teapot, it has gone missing now for several weeks

W. Church Fete Plant Stall
Just a reminder to all you gardeners if you are digging up and splitting perennials or moving shrubs then please donate any excess to the church for the plant stall, contact Paul Botting if you need pots

W. Church Library
Have you read one of our Church library books recently? Why not choose one to read this month: perhaps from the selection of inspiring Christian biographies.

D. Lead Theft Riccall
Here is an appeal from Revd Dotty Lambeth
which she’d love everyone to publicise and support. St Mary’s Riccall has had the lead stolen from its roof and needs £80,000 for replacement. They are all fund-raising as hard as they can and have now set up a just giving page as part of this effort. The web address is https:/www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/st-marys-raise-the-roof-appeal
She asks anyone who would like to donate to the site simply put the address in your browser and click on donate.

B. Minster Passes
There are a small number of passes to get into York Minster for free, these are available to borrow. For information please contact Sue Shaw for Elvington Betty Garham for Thorganby Paul Botting for Wheldrake and Ian Kitchen for Sutton & East Cottingwith

W. Wheldrake Fete 18th May
We need your help to provide tombola prizes, cakes, bric a brac, books, plants but most of all your help on the day. We need to loan of some gazebos too. Speak to Barbra Carter who is organising this years event.

W. Parish Card Distributor needed
Is there anyone who could take on the delivery of 16 cards in the Broad Highway area. Contact Paul Botting if you can help.

W. Prayer Tree and Prayer Box
Everyone is reminded that they are welcome to add prayers to the prayer tree on the old font, or put names or things you would like the Healing Prayer Fellowship team to pray for in the box by the door.

D. Discipleship Days – Dunnington
We have before us an amazing opportunity to impact our nation for Christ. 98% of the people in the Church of England are not ordained and spend 95% of our lives out in society. There we have the privilege and opportunity to serve Christ in every task we do, in every encounter we have, and every place we find ourselves – in the factory as well as the sanctuary, in the primary school as well as in the Sunday school, in the team meeting as well as in the prayer meeting. ‘The question is: how can we make the most of that opportunity? How can we, ordained and lay together, enable one another to live out the Good News of Jesus in all our life, Monday to Saturday, as well as Sunday?’ Here in the Benefice of Rural East York we want to provide the opportunity for people to grow in their discipleship, and be enabled and equipped to live that out. To do this we are organizing four Saturdays over the course of the year exploring particular themes. Each day will include some teaching, time for personal reflection and discussion, and some question and answer time. The session will finish with a bring and share lunch for those who can stay. It will be held in the Tower Room, St. Nicholas Dunnington. Dates for your diary later in the year for these days are 18 May, 6 July and 21 September. No need to book, but an indication of numbers would be helpful. Please speak to Rev. Nick Bird Rector of Dunnington (01094 489349) for further information.

Diary Dates

April 2019
28th 10.30am Five Parish Holy Communion at Thorganby
May 2019
4th 10.00am Quiet Day at Thicket
5th 10.30am All Age Worship at Wheldrake
5th 4.00pm ABCD at Sutton Village Hall
12th 10.30am Family Service & Baptism at Elvington
12th 5.00pm Chill out Church at Wheldrake
18th 2.00pm Wheldrake Fete
19th 10.00am Family Morning at Wheldrake
19th 6.00pm Informal Worship at Elvington
26th 10.30am Five Parish Rogation Service at Sutton
30th 7.30pm Deanery Ascension Day Service at Elvington
June 2019
2nd 10.30am All Age Worship at Wheldrake
2nd 4.00pm Family Event at Sutton Village Hall
9th Pentecost Sunday
9th 5.00pm Chill out Church at Wheldrake
16th Trinity Sunday
16th 10.00am Family Morning at Wheldrake
16th 6.00pm Informal Worship at Elvington
23rd 10.30am All Age /Family Service at Elvington
23rd 10.30am Service of the Word with speaker
July 2019
6th 2.00pm Thorganby Church Fete at the Village Hall
14th 3.00pm Deanery Picnic at Thorganby Village Hall

PLEASE USE THESE NOTES FOR YOUR OWN REFERENCE DURING THE WEEK AND FOR YOUR PRAYERS