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Special Events

June 2017

Sunday 4th 10.30 a.m. All Age Worship
Tuesday 6th 10.45 a.m. Holy Communion at Crossley House Care Home
Tuesday 6th 12 noon Knit and Natter
Wednesday 7th 7.30 p.m. Social Committee meeting in the vestry
Tuesday 13th 12 noon Knit and Natter
Wednesday 14th 11.30 a.m. Ing's Way Lunch Day
Tuesday 20th 12 noon Knit and Natter
Wednesday 21st 7.30 p.m. PCC meeting at the Vicarage
Sunday 25th 11.00 a.m. Messy Church
Tuesday 27th 12 noon

Knit and Natter

July 2017

Sunday 2nd 10.30 a.m. All Age Worship
Tuesday 4th 10.45 a.m. Holy Communion at Crossley House Care Home
Tuesday 4th 12 noon Knit and Natter
Saturday 8th 2.00 p.m. Garden Party in Church Hall and Church grounds
Tuesday 11th 12 noon Knit and Natter
Wednesday 12th 11.30 a.m. Ing's Way Lunch Day
Tuesday 18th 12 noon Knit and Natter
Wednesday 19th 7.30 p.m. PCC meeting at Vicarage
Tuesday 25th 12 noon Knit and Natter

 

 

Looking further ahead ...

Saturday 8th July 2.00 to 4.00 p.m.

Garden Party with stalls, games and refreshments. Entrance free

Saturday 11th November 12 noon to 2.00 p.m.

Christmas Fair with seasonal attractions.

 

 

Festival of Crosses

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the consecration of the present building, we held a Festival of Crosses in September 2016.

We had a wonderful selection on show ....

Bishop's Cross
Choir crosses

Sudanese Cross

 

   
Children's Crosses
The Vicar's Collection
Ionian Marble and Alabaster Cross
Card cross
Cross of nails
Cross stich cross
Crosses from Egypt and Sudan
Crosses from Egypt and Sudan 2
Altar Cloth and Cross in memory of Stuart Raistrick
   
Ayear of crosses
Pocket crosses Scouts' crosses
Clemens Schmidt
Books of the Bible Cross
Cubs'Crosses

Dedication Cross

Easter Cross

Egyptian Cross
Handworked Crosses
Holding Crosses
Wooden  Cross
Felt Cross
Knit and Natter Cross
Processional Cross
14th Century Byzantine Cross
Painted Cross

Wakefield Cross

Oberammergau Cross
Gardeners' Cross
Cubs' Crosses
Candle cross
Explorers' Cross
Anniversary display

 

Easter Celebrations

Easter Day

Our retired priest, the Revd. Richard Bailey, and the Sacristan, Patrick Preston, prepare to celebrate on Easter Day.

 

Festival of Crosses

During Passiontide and Holy Week we held a Festival of Crosses at St. Saviour's to examine what meaning the cross has for people. We were overwhelmed by the number and variety of crosses which appeared. A selection is below.

Outside cross Sanctuary cross Wooden processional crossMetal processional crossCredence table cross

 

Banner crossBaptism crossJunior churchCrossword crossCros from St. Francis'

 

Selection of crossesContemporary Cross from St. James'sBooks of the Bible crossBeavers' cross

Easter crossesCrafted crosses Embroidered crosses Prayer cross Cubs' cross

Tap Dancers' cross Candle cross Selection Selection

Bread cross cross from St. Matthews' Knitted cross Selection Union Flag Union Flag

Union Flag Hymn book cross Banners cross Foil crosses Cross from St. James's Church Primary School

Flames cross Lego St. Lukes' CE Primary School Flower cross Cross banner

Selection Selection selection selection Cross of candles

St. Luke's CE Primary School St. Luke's CE Primary School St. Luke's CE Primary School

St. LUke's CE Primary School St. Luke's CE Primary School Embroidered crosses

Children's Crosses From St. James's, Thornton Seeds cross Driftwood cross

Sanctuary Cross on Easter Day Paschal candle

 

Flower Festival

A selection of photos from the Flower Festival we held in June 2006.

Choir display Wednesday SocialRainbows display Twilight Tappers displayFlower Guild - Main altar displayCubs scouts display

Beaver Scouts displayParents & Toddlers displayChurchwardens displayWednesday Communion

Tuesday Circle display Brownies displayJunior Church display

Welcome to Fairweather Green Administrators display Vicar & Parish AssistantPCC & CommitteesSacristan, Servers & Chalice assistantsReaders, intercessors & SidespeopleVerger & Bell Ringers

Refreshments, Cleaning & GardeningChildrens corner