CHURCH FLOWERS June: 6th Mrs E. Barton
13th, 20th and 27th Mrs P. Crampin
CHURCH CLEANER June: Mrs P. Crampin
St Stephen’s hopes that you are finding life better with the lessening of restrictions and the coming of warmer weather. We pray that the vaccine will keep the epidemic at bay so we can feel safe in the future. The churches will be open for services as they were in May. Please wear masks, follow social distancing, and use sanitisers to keep everyone safe. We will also, where possible, continue sharing with the other churches services on Zoom. Contact Rosie Nelson at 01778 590238 for a link
6th June at 8.00 Holy Communion (Book of Common Prayer)
10.30 JAM club on zoom
13th June at 10.30am All Age Service
27th June at 10.30 Holy Communion
For other services see page 16
THE CHURCH YARD CLEAR UP was moved to 15th May due to bad weather. A lot of work was achieved but we would welcome more volunteers in the future. We are keen to nurture the rich flora and fauna and are considering an area for rewilding without letting the place get untidy. Please contact Pauline (email below) if you are interested.
REPAIRS Replacement of the south and porch roof is now under way. As Collyweston slates are extremely expensive it will certainly mean we will be short when we do eventually get permission to have the water and toilet installed. So watch this space for fund raising activities.
ST.STEPHENS PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION: By now your photos should all be submitted in the virtual Padlet gallery for judging, but if you have experienced difficulties then please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or
Or view on www.gwashandglenchurches.org.uk
10th JULY SATURDAY 2pm: PRIZE PRESENTATION WITH PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION IN ST.STEPHEN’S CHURCH: To participate you will need to print your own photos and mount them for display and deliver to Farriers Barn, Farriers Way or to the church post box. Come and enjoy the church which will be decorated with flowers, filled with music and serving tea and cakes. We will also project the images on the large screen in the church for everyone to admire. There will be some other local art on display and a chance to appreciate the simple beauty of the church, do pop along and see what’s been going on in your village during lock down. The church will also be open on Sunday 11th