St Mark's Mansfield

Pew sheets, Nifty Notes & Diocesan Updates

The PDF documents below will open in a new window and are best viewed at 100% or less.  If they will not open on your computer go to the Adobe website for a free download   HERE

Material for the pew sheet please email stmark.update@gmail.com

Click on the links to download 

Pew sheets

12 January 2020      5 January 2020

 

During the year we pray for all the Streets in our Parish, click to download

Our Parish Streets 2019

 

Diocesan Nifty Notes

1. January 2020

Diocesan Communications Updates Click here http://southwell.anglican.org/category/news/ for the Southwell & Nottingham news pages

To see the latest Diocesan Safeguarding Training dates please click https://southwell.anglican.org/safeguarding-training/

Obituary

The Revd Patricia Ann Chapmana retired Priest living in Mansfield, died on 31st December 2019, aged 77.
Pat became a Deaconess in 1984, was ordained Deacon in 1987 and ordained Priest in 1994. She was full-time Deaconess at Rainworth, St. Simon & St. Jude from 1984-1996, Parish Deacon from 1987-1994 and then Curate from 1994-1996. Pat was then honorary Priest-in-Charge at Mansfield Oak Tree Lane from 1996-2007. Pat retired in 2007 and served with Permission to Officiate from 2008, also serving as Chaplain to the Mothers’ Union from 2013-2019.
Pat died peacefully on 31st December 2019.
Funeral details: Saturday 18th January, 11am St John’s Church, Mansfield, NG18 1QH
Please use town centre car parks. The family would be pleased if all who attend the service stay in church after the service for a finger buffet. The family and close friends will then go to Mansfield Crematorium for a short Committal before returning to the church.
Clergy and Readers are asked not to robe. For catering purposes please let the Parish Office know if you are attending: office@stjohnswithstmarys.org.uk  01623 642338.

Parish Safeguarding Handbook
The Parish Safeguarding Handbook has been updated to reflect the Training and Development Framework 2019. For those in possession of original printed copies of the Parish Safeguarding Handbook, an addendum may be downloaded and printed off to replace the information found on pages 16 and 17.

Safer Working Practice
The companion to the Parish Safeguarding Handbook, Safer Environments and Activities, has now been published on the Policy and Practice Guidance section of the website. This guidance provides highly practical advice for parishes, helping them to run their day-to-day activities as safely as possible.

 

Bishop Tony announces plans to retire in 2020 The Bishop of Sherwood, the Rt Revd Tony Porter, has announced that he will retire on 22nd March 2020, after 42 years in ordained ministry. Bishop Tony, who will be… More

Lead thieves alert
Churches are being urged to be vigilant, especially in the Bassetlaw area of the diocese where a gang of lead thieves is thought to be at work. They have struck in Retford, Hayton, Bawtry and Misterton. For advice on this issue contact DAC Secretary Jonathan Pickett.

General Synod https://churchofengland.org/about-us/structure/general-synod.aspx

 What Churches need to know about Pokémon Go http://southwell.anglican.org/churches-need-know-pokemon-go/

2 thoughts on “Pew sheets, Nifty Notes & Diocesan Updates

  1. Can you put a thank you in the next pew sheet to Tristan Jones and David boot for staying with me after boys brigade on Monday to wait for the paramedics when I had a gallstone attack

    • Dear Adam,
      I’ve just taken over sorting out the web pages and have noticed your comment/request.
      I’m sorry if it hasn’t been replied to previously.
      Would you like me to get this in the next pew sheet as a belated thanks to David and Tristan?
      Best wishes,
      Julia

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.