Safeguarding Statement

The Vicar and Parochial Church Council recognise the importance of our work with children and young people and adults in need of protection, and our responsibility to protect everyone entrusted to our care.

St. Mary’s is committed to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults and ensuring their wellbeing.

If you have any concerns for a child or vulnerable adult then please contact St. Mary’s Safeguarding Officer, Lyn Sugden, whose contact details are at the back of church. 

A copy of our Safeguarding Policy and procedures can be found at the back of church.

Shelford will have its own Safeguarding Statement

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Readings (or as announced and/or as shown in service sheet.

1st Reading      1 Thessalonians  Chapter 5 verses 1 – 11        

Gospel Reading     Matthew  Chapter 25 verses  14 – 30      

 

PEWS NEWS – Many in St. Mary’s receive their Pews News electronically.  If you would like to join them please let me have your e-mail address and I will add you to my list.  Doing it this way saves paper, St. Mary’s money and ultimately the environment.  However as long as there are those without computers I shall continue to produce a paper copy. Martin Skeffington

 

CHRISTMAS DAY LUNCH - Planning is underway for the Christmas Day Lunch in the Church Hall and separate flyers are available in Church for you to offer your help, a donation or catering supplies for the day. If you are new to St. Mary's and would like to know more about this occasion, please speak to Cori Cryer.

 

BREAKFAST WITH SANTA – Takes place in St. Mary’s Hall Saturday 9th December 2017 10am – 12 noon. Tickets cost £5.00 and can be obtained from Lesley Hutt. Includes hot breakfast and visit by Santa

 

EASY FUNDRAISING – Don’t forget that if any of you would like to help with fundraising for St. Mary’s without any cost to yourself please use the link below. There are lots of on line stores, hotel booking sites and travel firms which participate and by doing this you will be helping your church.  Since starting we have raised nearly £90. It’s so simple.

(https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/radcliffeontrentstmarys/) Please do support as the more you support the more we get for St. Mary’s.

 

ST. MARY’S CHRISTMAS FAYRE – Thank you everyone who helped and took part in the Christmas Fayre, for all the cakes, produce and crafts produced. Thank you those who stood on the tombola, the raffle, and name the Teddy bear.  Thank also all the kids who helped on their stalls. If I have missed anyone out, apologies, but be assured your contribution however large or small is much appreciated. At the time of writing we have no idea how much we took but it may be announced at the Sunday services.  It will however be confirmed in Pews News Sunday 26th November.  Margaret Scothern & Martin Skeffington

 

BOYS’ BRIGADE 22nd NOTTINGHAM COMPANY  - The Boys’ Brigade will be having their Christmas Fair on the 2nd December from 10.00am to 12 noon in the BB Hut next to Tesco.  Your support will be appreciated.

 

FRUIT CAKES - Mary Fox is making 7 inch fruit cakes again.  They will still be £10 each. This year the money will go to Church Army funds. If you wish to secure one, please let Mary know by the end of November!

 

APPLES – I still have apples off the apple tree in the vicarage garden including fallens.  I intend to use them to make some items for the Christmas Fayre.   Currently they are at our home address and if anyone else would like any to do something similar or just to use for their own purposes please have a word with me and I’ll let you have some.  Martin Skeffington

 

SAMARITANS PURSE SHOEBOX APPEAL - If anyone hasn't done a shoebox and wants to do one for this charity, we have until Nov. 26th . Want to know what happened to some boxes? This year Abby Clark, our ex Youth worker, was on a mission in Kyrgyzstan. She happened to be there when the shoeboxes arrived just after Easter! She helped distribute them to Christians and non Christians, mainly Muslims. In addition they went into the hospital to give them to children who were receiving treatment for cancer. Jude McLauchlan.

 

ECCLESIASTICAL INSURANCEThis insurance company has for many years provided insurance cover for St Mary's and to celebrate their 130th anniversary are offering a £130 donation to St Mary's for every new home insurance policy taken out by a member of St Mary's. I must emphasis that we do not recommend Ecclesiastical Insurance, or any other insurance company, but suggest that if you are checking out what's available you include Ecclesiastical in your studies. But you must choose the policy that gives you the best value for money. Please have a word with me if you require any further information. Dave Townsend

 

COMMUNITY OPEN PROJECT  - We are looking for volunteers for the Community Open Project working with young people on Friday nights in the schoolroom.  This year we will be supported by Youth workers from the Trent Bridge Community Trust but need volunteers to work alongside them.  More details are on the poster in the hallway and flyers around church.  Please contact Rosie Luce or Mark Roberts (Methodist Church) if you, or someone you know, might be interested.

 

FRAMEWORK CAROL SERVICE – For those of you interested there will be a carol service in Southwell Minster on Friday 8th December 2017 beginning at 7.00pm. Music will include the Minster Choir performing a new song specially written to raise funds for Framework: Reach Out and Lend a Helping Hand was created by local musician Chris Lawry with inspiration from singer Andrew Randell and pupils at Kirkby Woodhouse Primary School. For information on the song, to purchase a CD or access materials to perform it please visit

www.helpframework.com.  A collection will be taken in aid of their work helping local people in need.

 

MOTHERS’ UNION - Our next meeting is on Wednesday 29th November at 2.15 pm in St. Mary's Church Hall. Our speaker will be Brian Kent. All welcome. Jane Fountain

 

QUIZ -The 2017/8 quiz, in aid of St Mary’s roof fund, will be available from Mary Dawdry at the Christmas Fair on Saturday, 18th November, or in church on Sunday mornings. Price £1.00 per copy. This year the topic is Food and Drink, something you all know about!  Mary Dawdry.

 

 

 

 

 

The Vicar and Parochial Church Council recognise the importance of our work with children and young people and adults in need of protection, and our responsibility to protect everyone entrusted to our care.

 

St. Mary’s is committed to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults and ensuring their wellbeing.

 

If you have any concerns for a child or vulnerable adult then please contact St. Mary’s Safeguarding Officer, Lyn Sugden, whose contact details are at the back of church.

 

A copy of our Safeguarding Policy and procedures can be found at the back of church.

 

Shelford will have its own Safeguarding Statement.

 

 

What’s on this week –

ST. MARY’S

Sunday 12th                         9.00am Holy Communion

11.00am Remembrance Day Service

Tuesday 14th                      10.00am Traditional Holy Communion

Thursday 16th           10.00am Holy Communion

 

ST. PETER & ST. PAUL’S          

Sunday 12th                         10.30am Remembrance Day Service

Readings (or as announced and/or as shown in service sheet) 

Remembrance Service Reading  Matthew Chapter  5 verses 1 -12        

1st Reading         1 Thessalonians  Chapter 4 verses 13 – 18            

Gospel Reading        Matthew    Chapter 25 verses 1 - 13    

 

ESME’S THANKSGIVING AND CELEBRATION - There will be a service of Thanksgiving and Celebration for the life of Esme Calladine on Friday 17th  November at 1.00pm. in St Mary's Church. Esme was a faithful member of this Church for many years and her family extend a warm invitation to everyone who is able to attend. Refreshments will be served after this service and all are welcome. There will be a Cremation Service at Wilford Hill prior to the church service at 11.40 am. There is limited room in the West Chapel but those who wish are invited to come to both services. Thank you. Julie Pearce

 

THANK YOU - Our grateful thanks to the church family for all their kindness, love and prayers, at this sad time following the unexpected passing of Ann's brother. Please pray for his widow and two stepdaughters. The flowers are just beautiful and very much appreciated. Once again thank you so, so much.
Ann, Bill, Julian, Jonathan & Jeremy Tyreman

 

CHRISTMAS DAY LUNCH - Planning is underway for the Christmas Day Lunch in the Church Hall and separate flyers are available in Church for you to offer your help, a donation or catering supplies for the day. If you are new to St. Mary's and would like to know more about this occasion, please speak to Cori Cryer in Church.

 

BREAKFAST WITH SANTA – Takes place in St. Mary’s Hall Saturday 9th December 2017 10am – 12 noon. Tickets cost £5.00 and can be obtained from Lesley Hutt.  Includes hot breakfast and visit by Santa

 

EASY FUNDRAISING – Don’t forget that if any of you would like to help with fundraising for St. Mary’s without any cost to yourself please use the link below. There are lots of on line stores, hotel booking sites and travel firms which participate and by doing this you will be helping your church.  It’s so simple.

(https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/radcliffeontrentstmarys/) Please do support as the more you support the more we get for St. Mary’s.

 

NOTTINGHAM REFUGEE FORUM – Nottingham Refugee Forum proudly presents on Friday 17th November at the Royal British Legion, Radcliffe on Trent “The Electric Bears” 7.30pm – 11.00pm. Come down for an evening of live dancing to pop, funk and soul.  Tickets cost £5 and can be obtained from Pen to Paper or Cathy tel: 07811 380 317 

 

BOYS’ BRIGADE 22nd NOTTINGHAM COMPANY  - The Boys’ Brigade will be having their Christmas Fair on the 2nd December from 10.00am to 12 noon in the BB Hut next to Tesco.  Your support will be appreciated.

 

CHRISTMAS FAYRE 2017  - The day of the Fayre is approaching very quickly, and Margaret would like to thank all the people who have given her some really lovely items for selling this year! It is always an exciting and happy occasion, so bring along your family and friends, do your Christmas shopping early then sit down, relax, and be tempted by the " goodies " we have on offer!!  Martin and myself will be delighted to warmly welcome you! Please do bring your children - we have games for them too!!    We look forward to your support to make this all worthwhile.  Thank you. Margaret Scothern & Martin Skeffington

 

FRUIT CAKES - Mary Fox is making 7 inch fruit cakes again.  They will still be £10 each. This year the money will go to Church Army funds. If you wish to secure one, please let Mary know by the end of November!

 

APPLES – I still have apples off the apple tree in the vicarage garden including fallens.  I intend to use them to make some items for the Christmas Fayre.   Currently they are at our home address and if anyone else would like any to do something similar or just to use for their own purposes please have a word with me and I’ll let you have some.  Martin Skeffington

 

EMMANUEL HOUSE – The Board of Trustees invites you to an inter-faith service at St. Barnabas cathedral to commemorate 40 years of Emmanuel House.  The service starts at 7.00pm Thursday 16th November and light refreshments will be served afterwards. RSVP Denis Tully, Chief Executive Officer, Emmanuel House,

53 – 61, Goose Gate, Nottingham NG1 1FE email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. tel: 950 7140

 

SAMARITANS PURSE SHOEBOX APPEAL - If anyone hasn't done a shoebox and wants to do one for this charity, we have until Nov. 26th . Want to know what happened to some boxes? This year Abby Clark, our ex Youth worker, was on a mission in Kyrgyzstan. She happened to be there when the shoeboxes arrived just after Easter! She helped distribute them to Christians and non Christians, mainly Muslims. In addition they went into the hospital to give them to children who were receiving treatment for cancer. Jude McLauchlan.

 

GUIDE DOGS FOR THE BLIND – Thank you everyone who support our efforts to raise some money for this worthwhile charity. In total we raised £187.85 from bothy the quiz and the tombola.  Our congratulations to the winner of the quiz with all questions answered correctly, Mary Dawdry.  Correct answers are on notice board in St. Mary’s Hall. Martin & Christine Skeffington

 

ST. MARY’S HALL DISHWASHER – The Hall Committee would like to remind everyone who uses the dishwasher (whether as part of a St. Mary’s event or privately) that they must clean it out at the end and leave it in the state that they found it.  The instructions for use etc. are clearly shown on a notice attached to the cupboard door immediately above the dishwasher.  Food hygiene in the kitchen is very important. If there is any problem please mention it to the churchwardens Dave or Sue, Sally Williams, Roger Scothern, or Martin Skeffington as members of the Hall Committee so that the problem may be resolved. Many thanks St. Mary’s Hall Committee

 

 

 

 

 

The Vicar and Parochial Church Council recognise the importance of our work with children and young people and adults in need of protection, and our responsibility to protect everyone entrusted to our care.

 

St. Mary’s is committed to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults and ensuring their wellbeing.

 

If you have any concerns for a child or vulnerable adult then please contact St. Mary’s Safeguarding Officer, Lyn Sugden, whose contact details are at the back of church.

 

A copy of our Safeguarding Policy and procedures can be found at the back of church.

 

Shelford will have its own Safeguarding Statement.

 

 

What’s on this week –

ST. MARY’S

Sunday 12th                         9.00am Holy Communion

11.00am Remembrance Day Service

Tuesday 14th                      10.00am Traditional Holy Communion

Thursday 16th           10.00am Holy Communion

 

ST. PETER & ST. PAUL’S          

Sunday 12th                         10.30am Remembrance Day Service

Readings (or as announced and/or as shown in service sheet) 

Remembrance Service Reading  Matthew Chapter  5 verses 1 -12        

1st Reading         1 Thessalonians  Chapter 4 verses 13 – 18            

Gospel Reading        Matthew    Chapter 25 verses 1 - 13    

 

ESME’S THANKSGIVING AND CELEBRATION - There will be a service of Thanksgiving and Celebration for the life of Esme Calladine on Friday 17th  November at 1.00pm. in St Mary's Church. Esme was a faithful member of this Church for many years and her family extend a warm invitation to everyone who is able to attend. Refreshments will be served after this service and all are welcome. There will be a Cremation Service at Wilford Hill prior to the church service at 11.40 am. There is limited room in the West Chapel but those who wish are invited to come to both services. Thank you. Julie Pearce

 

THANK YOU - Our grateful thanks to the church family for all their kindness, love and prayers, at this sad time following the unexpected passing of Ann's brother. Please pray for his widow and two stepdaughters. The flowers are just beautiful and very much appreciated. Once again thank you so, so much.
Ann, Bill, Julian, Jonathan & Jeremy Tyreman

 

CHRISTMAS DAY LUNCH - Planning is underway for the Christmas Day Lunch in the Church Hall and separate flyers are available in Church for you to offer your help, a donation or catering supplies for the day. If you are new to St. Mary's and would like to know more about this occasion, please speak to Cori Cryer in Church.

 

BREAKFAST WITH SANTA – Takes place in St. Mary’s Hall Saturday 9th December 2017 10am – 12 noon. Tickets cost £5.00 and can be obtained from Lesley Hutt.  Includes hot breakfast and visit by Santa

 

EASY FUNDRAISING – Don’t forget that if any of you would like to help with fundraising for St. Mary’s without any cost to yourself please use the link below. There are lots of on line stores, hotel booking sites and travel firms which participate and by doing this you will be helping your church.  It’s so simple.

(https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/radcliffeontrentstmarys/) Please do support as the more you support the more we get for St. Mary’s.

 

NOTTINGHAM REFUGEE FORUM – Nottingham Refugee Forum proudly presents on Friday 17th November at the Royal British Legion, Radcliffe on Trent “The Electric Bears” 7.30pm – 11.00pm. Come down for an evening of live dancing to pop, funk and soul.  Tickets cost £5 and can be obtained from Pen to Paper or Cathy tel: 07811 380 317 

 

BOYS’ BRIGADE 22nd NOTTINGHAM COMPANY  - The Boys’ Brigade will be having their Christmas Fair on the 2nd December from 10.00am to 12 noon in the BB Hut next to Tesco.  Your support will be appreciated.

 

CHRISTMAS FAYRE 2017  - The day of the Fayre is approaching very quickly, and Margaret would like to thank all the people who have given her some really lovely items for selling this year! It is always an exciting and happy occasion, so bring along your family and friends, do your Christmas shopping early then sit down, relax, and be tempted by the " goodies " we have on offer!!  Martin and myself will be delighted to warmly welcome you! Please do bring your children - we have games for them too!!    We look forward to your support to make this all worthwhile.  Thank you. Margaret Scothern & Martin Skeffington

 

FRUIT CAKES - Mary Fox is making 7 inch fruit cakes again.  They will still be £10 each. This year the money will go to Church Army funds. If you wish to secure one, please let Mary know by the end of November!

 

APPLES – I still have apples off the apple tree in the vicarage garden including fallens.  I intend to use them to make some items for the Christmas Fayre.   Currently they are at our home address and if anyone else would like any to do something similar or just to use for their own purposes please have a word with me and I’ll let you have some.  Martin Skeffington

 

EMMANUEL HOUSE – The Board of Trustees invites you to an inter-faith service at St. Barnabas cathedral to commemorate 40 years of Emmanuel House.  The service starts at 7.00pm Thursday 16th November and light refreshments will be served afterwards. RSVP Denis Tully, Chief Executive Officer, Emmanuel House,

53 – 61, Goose Gate, Nottingham NG1 1FE email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. tel: 950 7140

 

SAMARITANS PURSE SHOEBOX APPEAL - If anyone hasn't done a shoebox and wants to do one for this charity, we have until Nov. 26th . Want to know what happened to some boxes? This year Abby Clark, our ex Youth worker, was on a mission in Kyrgyzstan. She happened to be there when the shoeboxes arrived just after Easter! She helped distribute them to Christians and non Christians, mainly Muslims. In addition they went into the hospital to give them to children who were receiving treatment for cancer. Jude McLauchlan.

 

GUIDE DOGS FOR THE BLIND – Thank you everyone who support our efforts to raise some money for this worthwhile charity. In total we raised £187.85 from bothy the quiz and the tombola.  Our congratulations to the winner of the quiz with all questions answered correctly, Mary Dawdry.  Correct answers are on notice board in St. Mary’s Hall. Martin & Christine Skeffington

 

ST. MARY’S HALL DISHWASHER – The Hall Committee would like to remind everyone who uses the dishwasher (whether as part of a St. Mary’s event or privately) that they must clean it out at the end and leave it in the state that they found it.  The instructions for use etc. are clearly shown on a notice attached to the cupboard door immediately above the dishwasher.  Food hygiene in the kitchen is very important. If there is any problem please mention it to the churchwardens Dave or Sue, Sally Williams, Roger Scothern, or Martin Skeffington as members of the Hall Committee so that the problem may be resolved. Many thanks St. Mary’s Hall Committee

 

 

 

Safeguarding Statement

The Vicar and Parochial Church Council recognise the importance of our work with children and young people and adults in need of protection, and our responsibility to protect everyone entrusted to our care.

 St. Mary’s is committed to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults and ensuring their wellbeing. 

If you have any concerns for a child or vulnerable adult then please contact St. Mary’s Safeguarding Officer, Lyn Sugden, whose contact details are at the back of church.

A copy of our Safeguarding Policy and procedures can be found at the back of church.

Shelford will have its own Safeguarding Statement.

 

 

 

 

Readings (or as announced and/or as shown in service sheet) 

1st Reading         1 Thessalonians  Chapter 2 verses 1 – 8           

Gospel Reading         Matthew  Chaoter 22 vv. 34 - 46    

LEADING PRAYERS & READING THE LESSON - Reading the lesson and leading prayers is a very valuable part of services. If you would like to join the team for either those who read the Bible lesson or lead Intercessions at a Sunday 10.30 am service, please have a word with Iris McLean or one of the clergy. Short training is available if needed and support/help always available. 

 

LIGHT PARTY - We are holding a party in St Mary’s Hall on Tuesday 31st Oct and need some plain buns please for the children to decorate. We would also love more adult helpers. If you can bake or help in any way please let one of us know. Cori, Jude or Lindsey Brown

 

FUNDRAISING –Please note the following dates in your diary:-

  • Saturday 18th November 2017 – Christmas Fayre
  • Saturday 9th December 2017 – Breakfast with Santa
  • Saturday 13th January 2018 – Wedding Fayre

The aforesaid are all fundraising for St. Mary’s Church and we look forward to lots of support. Further details will follow as and when appropriate.

 

EASY FUNDRAISING – Don’t forget that if any of you would like to help with fundraising for St. Mary’s without any cost to yourself please use the link below. There are lots of on line stores, hotel booking sites and travel firms which participate and by doing this you will be helping your church.  It’s so simple.

(https://www.easyfundraising.org.uk/causes/radcliffeontrentstmarys/) Please do support as the more you support the more we get for St. Mary’s.

 

CHRISTMAS SHOEBOX APPEAL – “CHILDREN IN DISTRESS” - Please return filled shoeboxes to church on or before Sunday 5th November 
[or to my address before 8th November]. Then they’re off to our District Collection point in Keyworth. Again it’s a really super effort. Thanks to all involved.  Julia Hancock, 8 Walnut Grove.

 

WOOL ODDMENTS - Last week we had a great start. Any wool, for our charity knitters, you have lying around and don’t want to use, please take it to the back of church and put in/near box with the RED BALL of WOOL on a STICK! Thanks you so much. Julia Hancock.

 

NOTTINGHAM REFUGEE FORUM – Nottingham Refugee Forum proudly presents on Friday 17th November at the Royal British Legion, Radcliffe on Trent “The Electric Bears” 7.30pm – 11.00pm. Come down for an evening of live dancing to pop, funk and soul.  Tickets cost £5 and can be obtained from Pen to Paper or Cathy tel: 07811 380 317 

 

CHRISTMAS FAYRE 2017  -

  1. At the back of church you will find a list for those of you who would like to contribute cakes, biscuits, jams, marmalades or chutneys or the like for the Christmas Fayre on November Saturday 18th November.  This gives you time to prepare these items and any contributions will be more than gratefully received.
  2. There is another list there for help in the kitchen.  It is split into hourly slots apart from the last half hour.  We are looking for volunteers to help sp if you could please enter your names into which ever hour slot suits you best we will be very grateful.
  3. Mita Johnson and Canon Alan Haydock are again running the raffle.  Mita will be very grateful to receive donations of prizes.  Please would you give these to Mita in church on Sunday (9 o'clock service) or leave them at the back of church clearly marked. Thank you.  Margaret Scothern & Martin Skeffington

 

2018 CALENDARS - Attractive calendars of Nottinghamshire churches are now available, priced £5 each from Brian Bull or any of the bell ringers. These include 12 photos of local churches, which can also be used as postcards. Proceeds will go to the Diocesan Bell Fund, which gave a generous grant when work was carried out on St Mary's bells in 2000. Brian Bull

 

ART EXHIBITION – An art exhibition will take place this weekend 28th/29th October in aid of the Methodist Church funds and we shall be serving refreshments on both days. The times are Saturday 10.00am to 5.00pm and Sunday 12.30pm to 4.30pm. We shall be receiving entries on the Friday afternoon 27th. between 2.30 and 4pm.We shall be including photographs and having a children's section. 

 

CRAFT FAIR – A Winter Craft Fair (crafts for the family) is being held 10.00am – 4.00pm, in Southwell Minster Saturday 4th November 2017. Will also extend to the Archbishop’s Palace from 12 noon–3.00pm.

 

APPLES – I have been picking more apples off the apple tree in the vicarage garden and picking up fallens.  I intend to use them to make some items for the Christmas Fayre.  If anyone else would like any to do something similar or just to use for their own purposes please have a word with me and I’ll let you have some.  Martin Skeffington

 

COMMUNITY CAFÉ (METHODIST CHURCH) - The Community Cafe will be held Saturday 11th November 9.30am – 12 noon. This month we are raising funds for the Framework homeless shelter in Nottingham. They have seen a big cut in funding in recent years and rely heavily on donations so please come along and support the cafe. We would really appreciate cake donations as in recent months when the cafe is not being run by an external group we have been a little short of cakes. We are happy to collect. Please contact Wendy Layhe tel: 07790 40453

 

FACE TO FACE SAFEGUARDING COURSE – There are a limited number of spaces on the first stage safeguarding C0 course with Lyn Sugden on Wednesday 8th November at 10.00 am in the Ark Room St. Mary’s Hall.  Please speak to me if you need to do this important course. Sally Williams

 

GUIDE DOGS FOR THE BLIND – We are holding a tombola in Coffee Pot to raise money for the Guide Dogs.  This will take place Monday 30th October until Thursday 2nd November.  We are also selling a Quiz “Know your Towns & Cities” for £1.  Please support.  Thank you.  Martin & Christine Skeffington

 

 

 

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