This week

Events and Notices for the Week (17th - 24th June 2018)

Events

Sun 17th June 3rd Sunday after Trinity

9.00 am  Morning Prayer

10.00 am  Parish Eucharist

Mon 18th June Bernard Mizeki, martyr

9.00 am  Morning Prayer

12.15 pm  Eucharist

Tue 19th June Sundar Singh, holy man

9.00 am  Morning Prayer

12.15 pm  Eucharist

Weds 20th June Feria

9.00 am  Morning Prayer

12.15 pm  Eucharist

5.00 pm  Evening Prayer and Rosary

Thurs 21st June Feria

9.00 am  Morning Prayer

6.00 pm  Eucharist

Fri 22nd June Alban, martyr

9.00 am  Morning Prayer

12.15 pm  Eucharist

1.05 pm  R C Mass

7.30 pm  Bells

Sat 23rd June Etheldreda, abbess

Church Open

Sun 24th June Birth of John the Baptist

9.00 am  Morning Prayer

10.00 am  Parish Eucharist

6.00 pm  Choral Evensong

 

Events coming up

 

Notices

 

Liverpool Plinth

Our first sculpture has attracted lots of positive attention and has been covered by media across the world (!) If you are bemused by the gold car flying down towards Chapel Street then read the story behind it on the exhibition boards at the back of church.

 

Afternoon Tea and Evensong - Sunday 24th June

Sunday 24th June sees the arrival of our new assistant curate, Fergus Butler-Gallie. He will be made deacon in the Cathedral in the morning and in the evening we will be holding our monthly service of Choral Evensong at 6 pm, at which we will welcome Fergus to St Nick's. As part of the celebrations we will be serving afternoon tea in the Church Garden (or inside ... weather permitting!) from 4.00 pm - please do put this in your diaries! Come and enjoy tea and cake in lovely surroundings, followed by joining us for the beautiful service of Choral Evensong to welcome Fergus into our church community.

 

Mauretania Anniversary Service

On 23rd July at 11.00 am we shall be joined for a service by Cunard, civic dignitaries, and passengers from the Queen Elizabeth which will be berthed in the Mersey. The service will celebrate the 80th anniversary of the launch of the Mauretania, the largest transatlantic liner built on the Mersey. The service is free, but admission is by ticket. If you would like to attend, please email info@cruisemediaservices.co.uk

 

Parish Charity Lunch

Stay after morning Eucharist on Sunday 17th June and join Ian Downing from Asylum Link Merseyside (ALM) upstairs in our Refectory where he will present a roadshow about the work of ALM at the start of the UK's Refugee Week. ALM is a charity supporting asylum seekers and refugees by providing immigration advice, a referral service, food & clothing, English classes and several other vital elements of social support. Almost everyone has an opinion about asylum seekers but very few have ever met one. St Nick's are supporting ALM this year, so join us for what will be a thought-provoking presentation at 11.30 and be followed by a light fund-raising lunch over which discussion can continue.

 

Micah Foodbank (formerly Hope+)

When you do your shopping, please remember that the Foodbank is always in need of donations of non-perishable food. Donations can be dropped off at the Church Office during the week and on Sundays.

 

Visiting

If you know of anyone who is unwell or would just simply appreciate a visit, please let the Clergy know.

 

Gift Aid

St Nick's is grateful for all donations, but if you are a UK taxpayer and you put your gift in one of our Gift Aid envelopes (found at the back of the Church) and add your name and address, then the Church can get a further 25% of your gift back from the Government.

Similarly, if you make donations to the Church by monthly standing order, and you are a UK taxpayer but have not yet completed a Gift Aid form and sent it to Pauline Lewis, our Gift Aid Secretary, then we would be most grateful if you would do this so that we can increase the value of your monthly donation by 25% at no cost or inconvenience to you.  Your name/details do not get passed to anybody and there is nothing further for you to do.

We encourage regular members of the congregation to join the Planned Giving Scheme.  Please contact Pauline Lewis for further details.

 

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