On Sunday last there was a service of Morning Worship led by the vicar Revd Fiona Kouble. This Sunday was Giving Sunday at which the church focused on the generosity of God and our response. This week the church will pray for all those who live in School Street, Greggs Court, Shaftesbury Street, Gordon Street, Waterfield Place; staff and residents of Highgrove Residential Hone and the members and leaders of the Beavers.
Next Sunday there will be a service of Holy Communion at 10.45 led by Tony Brown at which the preacher will be Revd David Hildred, vicar of All Saints, Darfield. At 4pm there will be 4th@Four - for young people from 11 - 18.
Morning Worship at 10.45am Monday 19th February Morning Prayer at 8.30am
Prayer Meeting at 9am
Tuesday 20th February Morning Prayer at 8.30am Craft & Chat 10 - 12 noon Wednesday 21st February
Bible Fellowship groups meet at 11am and 7pm Thursday 22nd February Morning Prayer at 8.30am Quiz Night at the Oaks WMC at 8.30pm Sunday 25th February Holy Communion at 10.45 4th@four - young people aged 11 -18 meet at 4pm Monday 26th February
Morning Prayer at 8.30am
Prayer Meeting at 9am Tuesday 27th February Morning Prayer at 8.30am Service at Highgrove Residential Home at 2pm
Wednesday 28th February
Bible Fellowship groups meet at 11am and 7pm Thursday 1st March Morning Prayer at 8.30am Luncheon Club at 12 noon Quiz Night at the Oaks WMC at 8.30pm Friday 2nd March Men's group at 7pm Sunday 4th March All Age Worship with Baptism at 10.45 Holy Communion at 6pm Monday 5th March
Morning Prayer at 8.30am
Prayer Meeting at 9am Tuesday 6th March Morning Prayer at 8.30am Craft & Chat at 10am Worship Leaders Meeting at 3pm
Wednesday 7th March
Morning Paryer at 8.30am Bible Fellowship groups meet at 11am and 7pm Thursday 8th March Morning Prayer at 8.30am Quiz Night at the Oaks WMC at 8.30pm Friday 9th March Sister Act (Ladies' Group) bowling at Carlton Road at 7pm Sunday 11 th March Mothering Sunday All Age Parade Service at 10.45am Messy Church at 4pm
As a church we are supporting the Barnsley Food Bank which provides food for those who are on meagre incomes and struggling to feed their families. We are collecting donations of packaged/dried foods (no perishables) e.g. tins of tomatoes, peas, tuna, fruit, vegetables, rice pudding or packets of tea, coffee, sweetener, sugar, etc. If anyone wishes to contribute to this very worthy cause, please give your donations to a church member or bring them to church on Sunday mornings between 10 and 12 noon or on Wednesday mornings between 9.30 and 11am.
CHRIST CHURCH, ARDSLEY MISSION STATEMENT To present Christ's message and, by our example: . share His love in service to the parish and wherever God calls . to grow through prayer, worship, teaching and friendship . to bring people closer to God and to each other