St Pegas Church Newsletter – November / December
Our Remembrance Service is a joint service with St. Benedict’s Church in Glinton on 10th November at 10.30am led by Reverend Mark-Aaron Tisdale. All those who died in the wars of WW1 and WW2 and more recent wars are remembered..
We would love for you, your family and friends to come and join us at our short service at 3.30pm on 1st December, where Reverend Mark-Aaron will explain the significance of the Christingle and Children will receive a Christingle to take home. All contributions are donated to the Children’s Society to support their tremendous work with very needy children across the country.
Get in the festive spirit at 4.30pm on 1st December and come and join us as we switch on the lights on the Christmas Tree in the church yard and sing a few carols. Free festive hot drinks and seasonal biscuits are provided.
Come and join us at our Carol Service by candlelight on Sunday 15th December at 4.00pm, followed by mulled wine and mincepies. Make sure you arrive early as this is always a packed church!
Christmas Day Family Eucharist
Sunday, 25th December at 10.30 am led by Reverend Mark-Aaron Tisdale.
Sadly last year there was no carol singing around the village. We would love for someone to take the lead this year and for more carol singers to come forward. If you are interested and would like to know more, please contact Sheila on 01733 252416
Patronal Evensong – 5th January 2020
We are having a special patronal Evensong at 6.00pm on Sunday 5th January 2020 to celebrate the life of St. Pega. Further details to follow. Please come and support us.
UPDATE ON ST. PEGA’S ROOF
Following the loss of lead from our church roof last November, we are very pleased to let you know that the Chancel roof at St. Pega’s is now complete! The remainder of the re-roofing will commence in mid January 2020.
The Parochial Church Council (PCC) of St. Pega’s and the Project Group would like to thank everyone who has helped and supported St. Pega’s. We have also received donations from far and wide, proceeds from raffles and fund-raising talks about the church, and from musical concerts. The Bats in Churches Project has been very supportive due to the fact that we have looked after the bats who roost in our chancel roof, and have given us financial support.