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St Peters Hale
March 2018

Thursday 1st March 2018 9:00am - 9:30amMorning PrayerCome and join us at the start of the day for Morning Prayer in Church.
Everyone welcome.
Friday 2nd March 2018 9:00am - 9:30amMorning PrayerCome and join us at the start of the day for Morning Prayer in Church.
Everyone welcome.
10:00am - 11:00amWomen's World Day of Prayer Women's World Day of Prayer
Friday 2 March
Timperley Congregational Church 10am
All Saints, Hale Barns 8pm

Everyone is welcome, men and women, at either of two local special ecumenical services. This year the service has been written by Christian women from Suriname. The theme is All God’s Creation is very Good and it stresses our responsibility for the environment. Do come!

Contact Ruth Neal 0161 980 3343
10:15am - 12:00pmSt Peter's Toddler GroupCome and join us.

We meet every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10.15am till 12noon at St Peter's Assembly Rooms, Cecil Road, Hale during school term time.

For children aged 1 to 5.

Parents, grandparents, nannies and childminders - everyone welcome.

For more information contact St Peter's Parish Office 0161 928 3374
8:00pm - 9:00pmWomen's World Day of Prayer Women's World Day of Prayer
Friday 2 March

Timperley Congregational Church 10am
All Saints, Hale Barns 8pm

Everyone is welcome, men and women, at either of two local special ecumenical services. This year the service has been written by Christian women from Suriname. The theme is All God’s Creation is very Good and it stresses our responsibility for the environment. Do come!

Contact Ruth Neal 0161 980 3343
Saturday 3rd March 2018 10:30am - 12:00pmChurch Women’s Fellowship Coffee MorningSaturday 3 March 10.30am-12.00noon
Veranda Room, St Peter’s House, 233 Ashley Road, Hale WA15 9SS
Proceeds to:
The Counselling and Family Centre Altrincham and
The MS Therapy Centre (NW)

Please bring any donations for the raffle on the morning of the event.
Admission £3 per person.
Invite your family, friends and neighbours.
Contact Ann Goude 0161 928 6618
2:00pm - 4:00pmSt Elizabeth's Book FairEveryone welcome to browse St Elizabeth's church book sale.
Free entry.
Come and buy a bargain.

The fair is going so well, and raising much needed funds to help St Elizabeth’s that we need more books!
So please donate your good quality used books, including children’s books, by taking them to St Elizabeth's on the morning of the sale.
7:00pm - 10:00pmVoice Concert on Liverpool Anglican CathedralVoice Concert on Liverpool Anglican Cathedral
Saturday 3 March 7pm

Our Voice group that meets on a Monday night is joining with other Voice groups from the North West and the Voice youth orchestra to perform in a concert in Liverpool Anglican Cathedral.  It will be fantastic!  Please come and support Esther, Hannah, Bethany, Yu Tong, Hallie and Yu Hong in what promises to be an amazing night.
 
Tickets £5 (£3 for under 18s/seniors) available by emailing tickets@voicemusic.org.uk
or Jane Addenbrooke 0161 928 4182
Sunday 4th March 2018 8:30am - 9:15amHoly Communion Book of Common PrayerA quiet service with sermon but no music, using the traditional Book of Common Prayer.
10:00am - 11:00amHoly Communion with Sunday SchoolA service for the whole community.

A service following the Common Worship service with Holy Communion. Everyone is invited to come forward to receive communion or a blessing.

There is a creche area in church for babies and pre-school children with their carers. Baby changing and kitchen facilities are available in St Peter's House.

Join us afterwards for refreshments in St Peter’s House.

Everyone welcome.
10:00am - 11:00amAll Age Morning WorshipA service for the whole community following the Common Worship service without Holy Communion.
There is a creche area in church for babies and pre-school children with their carers.

Baby changing and kitchen facilities are available in St Peter's House.

Join us afterwards for refreshments in St Peter’s House.

Everyone welcome.
2:00pm - 3:30pmHale Community Tidy Up This scheduled event will be our contribution to the Great British Spring Clean. Please bring your own protective gloves.

Other equipment will be provided.

Meet outside St Peter’s House ready for a 2pm start. Refreshments in St Peter’s House from 3.30pm.

Children welcome if under parental supervision. 

Contact Keith Neal 0161 980 3343
6:30pmEvensong BCPA contemplative service using the Book of Common Prayer with sermon and prayers.

In the Anglican choral tradition, the music is led by the choir.

Everyone welcome
Monday 5th March 2018 9:00am - 9:30amMorning PrayerCome and join us at the start of the day for Morning Prayer in Church.
Everyone welcome.
10:15am - 12:00pmSt Peter's Baby GroupA group for pregnant women and new Mums with babies aged 0 to 12 months.

Come and join us for coffee and a chat.

We meet every Monday of the year (apart from Bank Holidays) 10.15am till 12noon in the Garden Room of St Peter’s House, 233 Ashley Road (white building next to Church).

For more information contact Anna Hughes 07968 061 781

Full kitchen and baby changing facilities available.

Parents, Grandparents, Nannies and Childminders - Everyone welcome
10:15am - 12:00pmLent Discussion GroupChurches Together in Hale (CTiH)
Lent Discussion Groups from Monday 19 Feb for 5 weeks till Wednesday 21 March

We are again organising ecumenical Lent discussion groups using the material supplied by York Courses.
This year the topic is “On the Third Day – the resurrection then and now.”
One of the contributors to the accompanying CD is Bishop Libby Lane.
The 5 week course runs Mondays 10.15am till 12noon in St Peter’s House plus Wednesday 8pm till 9.30pm in group members’ homes.

If you are interested in joining a group please collect an application form from the back of church and return to
Ruth Neal 0161 980 3443
7:45pm - 9:30pmChurch Women's FellowshipThe Church Women's Fellowship is to open to women of all ages.
We meet on the first Monday evening of every month usually with an interesting speaker followed by refreshments.
Meetings are held at 7.45pm in the Veranda Room of St Peter's House, 233 Ashley Road, Hale WA15 9SS
All welcome, so come along and bring a friend, colleague or neighbour.
For more information please contact Mary Ballantyne 0161 941 2602
Tuesday 6th March 2018 9:00am - 9:30amMorning PrayerCome and join us at the start of the day for Morning Prayer in Church.
Everyone welcome.
10:15am - 12:00pmSt Peter's Toddler GroupCome and join us.

We meet every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10.15am till 12noon at St Peter's Assembly Rooms, Cecil Road, Hale during school term time.

For children aged 1 to 5.

Parents, grandparents, nannies and childminders - everyone welcome.

For more information contact St Peter's Parish Office 0161 928 3374
Wednesday 7th March 2018 10:00am - 10:30amHoly Communion in the chapel of St Peter's HouseUsing the traditional Book of Common Prayer Order. Followed by coffee in the Veranda Room - everyone welcome.
10:15am - 12:00pmSt Peter's Toddler GroupCome and join us.

We meet every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10.15am till 12noon at St Peter's Assembly Rooms, Cecil Road, Hale during school term time.

For children aged 1 to 5.

Parents, grandparents, nannies and childminders - everyone welcome.

For more information contact St Peter's Parish Office 0161 928 3374
10:30am - 11:30amMorning Coffee - everyone welcomeMorning coffee (and tea) in the Veranda Room at St Peter's House. Everyone welcome.
8:00pm - 9:30pmLent Discussion GroupChurches Together in Hale (CTiH)
Lent Discussion Groups from Monday 19 Feb for 5 weeks till Wednesday 21 March

We are again organising ecumenical Lent discussion groups using the material supplied by York Courses.
This year the topic is “On the Third Day – the resurrection then and now.”
One of the contributors to the accompanying CD is Bishop Libby Lane.
The 5 week course runs Mondays 10.15am till 12noon in St Peter’s House plus Wednesday 8pm till 9.30pm in group members’ homes.

If you are interested in joining a group please collect an application form from the back of church and return to
Ruth Neal 0161 980 3443
Thursday 8th March 2018 9:00am - 9:30amMorning PrayerCome and join us at the start of the day for Morning Prayer in Church.
Everyone welcome.
Friday 9th March 2018 9:00am - 9:30amMorning PrayerCome and join us at the start of the day for Morning Prayer in Church.
Everyone welcome.
10:15am - 12:00pmSt Peter's Toddler GroupCome and join us.

We meet every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10.15am till 12noon at St Peter's Assembly Rooms, Cecil Road, Hale during school term time.

For children aged 1 to 5.

Parents, grandparents, nannies and childminders - everyone welcome.

For more information contact St Peter's Parish Office 0161 928 3374
Saturday 10th March 2018 12:00pm - 1:00pmPloughman's LunchYou, your friends and family are warmly invited to share fellowship and homemade food whilst helping raise money for good causes.

St Peter's Assembly Rooms, Cecil Road, Hale, WA15 9NU

£5 per person, under 10s free for home cooked soup, ploughman’s lunch and homemade cakes.

Everyone welcome.

For more information of if you, or your organisation wish to host a lunch in aid of a charity in 2018 please contact: Lesley Bell 0161 980 7623
Sunday 11th March 2018 Mothering Sunday Mothering Sunday is a holiday celebrated by Christians in some parts of Europe. It falls on the fourth Sunday in Lent, exactly three weeks before Easter Day.

During the 16th century, people returned to their mother church, which was either the church where they were baptised, or the local parish church; now it has become an occasion for honouring mothers and giving them presents.

Join us for our special service at 10am where small bunches of flowers are available for people to give to their mothers, grandmothers, godmothers, aunts and even dads. Followed by refreshments in St Peter's House.

Everyone welcome.
8:30am - 9:15amHoly Communion Book of Common PrayerA quiet service with sermon but no music, using the traditional Book of Common Prayer.
10:00am - 11:00amMothering Sunday Holy Communion with Sunday School & ParadeJoin us for our special service at 10am where small bunches of flowers are available for people to give to their mothers, grandmothers, godmothers, aunts and even dads. Followed by refreshments in St Peter's House.

A service for the whole community, with more adult sermon and prayers. Children (Pre school to Year 7) meet in church, then go over to St Peter’s House for their own activities teaching and prayer, returning later in the service for communion.

Everyone is invited to come forward to receive communion or a blessing.

There is a creche area in church for babies and pre-school children with their carers. Baby changing and kitchen facilities are available in St Peter's House.

Everyone welcome.
11:30am - 12:00pmFamily PraiseA simple, short, lively and popular service with songs, activities and teaching to engage the under 5s and their families.

Join us for our special service where small bunches of flowers are available for people to give to their mothers, grandmothers, godmothers, aunts and even dads.

Child-friendly refreshments in St Peter's House from 11am.

Toilets and baby changing facilities available in St Peter's House.
6:30pm - 7:30pmChoral Evensong BCPA contemplative service using the Book of Common Prayer with sermon and prayers. In the Anglican choral tradition, the music is led by the choir. Everyone welcome
Monday 12th March 2018 9:00am - 9:30amMorning PrayerCome and join us at the start of the day for Morning Prayer in Church.
Everyone welcome.
10:15am - 12:00pmSt Peter's Baby GroupA group for pregnant women and new Mums with babies aged 0 to 12 months.

Come and join us for coffee and a chat.

We meet every Monday of the year (apart from Bank Holidays) 10.15am till 12noon in the Garden Room of St Peter’s House, 233 Ashley Road (white building next to Church).

For more information contact Anna Hughes 07968 061 781

Full kitchen and baby changing facilities available.

Parents, Grandparents, Nannies and Childminders - Everyone welcome
10:15am - 12:00pmLent Discussion GroupChurches Together in Hale (CTiH)
Lent Discussion Groups from Monday 19 Feb for 5 weeks till Wednesday 21 March

We are again organising ecumenical Lent discussion groups using the material supplied by York Courses.
This year the topic is “On the Third Day – the resurrection then and now.”
One of the contributors to the accompanying CD is Bishop Libby Lane.
The 5 week course runs Mondays 10.15am till 12noon in St Peter’s House plus Wednesday 8pm till 9.30pm in group members’ homes.

If you are interested in joining a group please collect an application form from the back of church and return to
Ruth Neal 0161 980 3443
Tuesday 13th March 2018 9:00am - 9:30amMorning PrayerCome and join us at the start of the day for Morning Prayer in Church.
Everyone welcome.
10:15am - 12:00pmSt Peter's Toddler GroupCome and join us.

We meet every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10.15am till 12noon at St Peter's Assembly Rooms, Cecil Road, Hale during school term time.

For children aged 1 to 5.

Parents, grandparents, nannies and childminders - everyone welcome.

For more information contact St Peter's Parish Office 0161 928 3374
Wednesday 14th March 2018 10:00am - 10:30amHoly Communion in the chapel of St Peter's HouseUsing the traditional Book of Common Prayer Order. Followed by coffee in the Veranda Room - everyone welcome.
10:15am - 12:00pmSt Peter's Toddler GroupCome and join us.

We meet every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10.15am till 12noon at St Peter's Assembly Rooms, Cecil Road, Hale during school term time.

For children aged 1 to 5.

Parents, grandparents, nannies and childminders - everyone welcome.

For more information contact St Peter's Parish Office 0161 928 3374
10:30am - 11:30amMorning Coffee - everyone welcomeMorning coffee (and tea) in the Veranda Room at St Peter's House. Everyone welcome.
8:00pm - 9:30pmLent Discussion GroupChurches Together in Hale (CTiH)
Lent Discussion Groups from Monday 19 Feb for 5 weeks till Wednesday 21 March

We are again organising ecumenical Lent discussion groups using the material supplied by York Courses.
This year the topic is “On the Third Day – the resurrection then and now.”
One of the contributors to the accompanying CD is Bishop Libby Lane.
The 5 week course runs Mondays 10.15am till 12noon in St Peter’s House plus Wednesday 8pm till 9.30pm in group members’ homes.

If you are interested in joining a group please collect an application form from the back of church and return to
Ruth Neal 0161 980 3443
Thursday 15th March 2018 9:00am - 9:30amMorning PrayerCome and join us at the start of the day for Morning Prayer in Church.
Everyone welcome.
Friday 16th March 2018 9:00am - 9:30amMorning PrayerCome and join us at the start of the day for Morning Prayer in Church.
Everyone welcome.
10:15am - 12:00pmSt Peter's Toddler GroupCome and join us.

We meet every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10.15am till 12noon at St Peter's Assembly Rooms, Cecil Road, Hale during school term time.

For children aged 1 to 5.

Parents, grandparents, nannies and childminders - everyone welcome.

For more information contact St Peter's Parish Office 0161 928 3374
Saturday 17th March 2018 1:00pm - 3:00pm4th Hale St Peter's Scout Group Jumble Sale4TH HALE
(ST PETER’S) SCOUT GROUP

Jumble Sale Saturday 17 March 2018 1pm till 3pm
Entry 50p

JUMBLE DROP OFF
Please drop off your jumble at St Peters Assembly Rooms, 136 Cecil Road, Hale WA15 9NU on the times listed below

Sorry, NO furniture, videos, electrical items or damaged/soiled items

Fri. 16th March
8:15am - 11:30am 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Sat. 17th March
9.30am-11.00am
OR during meeting times:
Mondays 5.30-8pm
Thursdays 7-8pm
Fridays 7-9pm

Reg’d Charity
No. 520201
Sunday 18th March 2018 Passion Sunday Passiontide is a name for the last two weeks of Lent, beginning on the Fifth Sunday of Lent, long celebrated as Passion Sunday.

You are welcome to join us for any of our services today.

At 6.30pm we have a Choral Passiontide Service of readings and special Passiontide music with our talented choir.
8:30am - 9:15amHoly Communion Book of Common PrayerA quiet service with sermon but no music, using the traditional Book of Common Prayer.
10:00am - 11:00amAll Age Morning Worship with crecheA service for the whole community following the Common Worship service without Holy Communion.
There is a creche area in church for babies and pre-school children with their carers.

Baby changing and kitchen facilities are available in St Peter's House.

Join us afterwards for refreshments in St Peter’s House.

Everyone welcome.
11:30amSPROUTS WalkSt Peter's Rambling and Outdoors Society

Anyone who enjoys walking and good company is welcome. Each month there is a walk, normally between 4 and 6 miles, led by a member of the group. The rambles usually take place on a Sunday after the 10am service. Meet at the Assembly Rooms car park, 134 Cecil Road, Hale WA15 9NU
Bring waterproofs, walking boots, a packed lunch and a mobile phone.

See notice boards for contact details.
6:30pm - 7:30pmChoral Passiontide ServicePassiontide is a name for the last two weeks of Lent, beginning on the Fifth Sunday of Lent, long celebrated as Passion Sunday.

You are welcome to join us for any of our services today.

At 6.30pm we have a Choral Passiontide Service of readings and special Passiontide music with our talented choir.
Monday 19th March 2018 9:00am - 9:30amMorning PrayerCome and join us at the start of the day for Morning Prayer in Church.
Everyone welcome.
10:15am - 12:00pmSt Peter's Baby GroupA group for pregnant women and new Mums with babies aged 0 to 12 months.

Come and join us for coffee and a chat.

We meet every Monday of the year (apart from Bank Holidays) 10.15am till 12noon in the Garden Room of St Peter’s House, 233 Ashley Road (white building next to Church).

For more information contact Anna Hughes 07968 061 781

Full kitchen and baby changing facilities available.

Parents, Grandparents, Nannies and Childminders - Everyone welcome
10:15am - 12:00pmLent Discussion GroupChurches Together in Hale (CTiH)
Lent Discussion Groups from Monday 19 Feb for 5 weeks till Wednesday 21 March

We are again organising ecumenical Lent discussion groups using the material supplied by York Courses.
This year the topic is “On the Third Day – the resurrection then and now.”
One of the contributors to the accompanying CD is Bishop Libby Lane.
The 5 week course runs Mondays 10.15am till 12noon in St Peter’s House plus Wednesday 8pm till 9.30pm in group members’ homes.

If you are interested in joining a group please collect an application form from the back of church and return to
Ruth Neal 0161 980 3443
Tuesday 20th March 2018 9:00am - 9:30amMorning PrayerCome and join us at the start of the day for Morning Prayer in Church.
Everyone welcome.
10:15am - 12:00pmSt Peter's Toddler GroupCome and join us.

We meet every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10.15am till 12noon at St Peter's Assembly Rooms, Cecil Road, Hale during school term time.

For children aged 1 to 5.

Parents, grandparents, nannies and childminders - everyone welcome.

For more information contact St Peter's Parish Office 0161 928 3374
Wednesday 21st March 2018 10:00am - 10:30amHoly Communion in the chapel of St Peter's HouseUsing the traditional Book of Common Prayer Order. Followed by coffee in the Veranda Room - everyone welcome.
10:15am - 12:00pmSt Peter's Toddler GroupCome and join us.

We meet every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10.15am till 12noon at St Peter's Assembly Rooms, Cecil Road, Hale during school term time.

For children aged 1 to 5.

Parents, grandparents, nannies and childminders - everyone welcome.

For more information contact St Peter's Parish Office 0161 928 3374
10:30am - 11:30amMorning Coffee - everyone welcomeMorning coffee (and tea) in the Veranda Room at St Peter's House. Everyone welcome.
7:30pm - 11:00pmMen's FellashipDarts and Sandwiches at The Greyhound Pub, Ashley
Walk from St Peter’s Church to The Greyhound, Ashley for Sandwiches and Chips and a chance to win the Lincoln Trophy.
Contact Michael Moore
T: 0161 926 8625 / 07702 067 829
E: michaelmoore200@hotmail.co.uk


St Peter’s Fella-Ship is open to men of all ages. Everyone one is welcome. It’s a chance for men to get together socially to meet and chat. Some of the planned events are joint events with the ladies.
8:00pm - 9:30pmLent Discussion GroupChurches Together in Hale (CTiH)
Lent Discussion Groups from Monday 19 Feb for 5 weeks till Wednesday 21 March

We are again organising ecumenical Lent discussion groups using the material supplied by York Courses.
This year the topic is “On the Third Day – the resurrection then and now.”
One of the contributors to the accompanying CD is Bishop Libby Lane.
The 5 week course runs Mondays 10.15am till 12noon in St Peter’s House plus Wednesday 8pm till 9.30pm in group members’ homes.

If you are interested in joining a group please collect an application form from the back of church and return to
Ruth Neal 0161 980 3443
Thursday 22nd March 2018 9:00am - 9:30amMorning PrayerCome and join us at the start of the day for Morning Prayer in Church.
Everyone welcome.
Friday 23rd March 2018 9:00am - 9:30amMorning PrayerCome and join us at the start of the day for Morning Prayer in Church.
Everyone welcome.
10:15am - 12:00pmSt Peter's Toddler GroupCome and join us.

We meet every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10.15am till 12noon at St Peter's Assembly Rooms, Cecil Road, Hale during school term time.

For children aged 1 to 5.

Parents, grandparents, nannies and childminders - everyone welcome.

For more information contact St Peter's Parish Office 0161 928 3374
Sunday 25th March 2018 Holy Week Holy Week is important as it reminds Christians of God's sacrifice of his son, and also God's love for his people. Christians can learn much about Jesus through the last week of his life.

Easter is the most important festival in the Christian calendar. It celebrates God raising his son Jesus from the dead as well as the destruction of the power of sin and death forever. It symbolises the opening of Heaven with the gift of eternal life to everyone.

We have lots of special services during this week to which everyone is welcome.
 Palm Sunday This is the Sunday before Easter Sunday. It is the first day of Holy Week and celebrates Jesus' arrival in Jerusalem riding on a colt, often referred to as a donkey. Crowds of people greeted him, throwing palm branches on the road.

Anglican and Roman Catholic churches give out small crosses made from palm leaves, as a reminder of Jesus' entrance into Jerusalem and his death on the cross. Some Christians keep these in their homes all year as a symbol of their faith.
8:30am - 9:15amHoly Communion Book of Common PrayerA quiet service with sermon but no music, using the traditional Book of Common Prayer.
10:00am - 11:00amHoly Communion with Palm ProcessionA service following the Common Worship service with Holy Communion.

This is the Sunday before Easter Sunday. It is the first day of Holy Week and celebrates Jesus' arrival in Jerusalem riding on a colt, often referred to as a donkey. Crowds of people greeted him, throwing palm branches on the road.

Anglican and Roman Catholic churches give out small crosses made from palm leaves, as a reminder of Jesus' entrance into Jerusalem and his death on the cross. Some Christians keep these in their homes all year as a symbol of their faith.

We will process round church (outside if the weather is fine) and sing a special hymn - everyone welcome.

A service for the whole community, with more adult sermon and prayers. Children (Pre school to Year 7) meet in church, then go over to St Peter’s House for their own activities teaching and prayer, returning later in the service for communion.

Everyone is invited to come forward to receive communion or a blessing.

There is a creche area in church for babies and pre-school children with their carers. Baby changing and kitchen facilities are available in St Peter's House.

Join us afterwards for refreshments in St Peter’s House.
6:30pm - 7:15pmInformal Evening WorshipAn engaging service using the contemporary language of Common Worship - a variety of music and teaching styles may be used.

This service may sometimes be led by members of the church's youth group.

Everyone welcome
Monday 26th March 2018 Holy Week Holy Week is important as it reminds Christians of God's sacrifice of his son, and also God's love for his people. Christians can learn much about Jesus through the last week of his life.

Easter is the most important festival in the Christian calendar. It celebrates God raising his son Jesus from the dead as well as the destruction of the power of sin and death forever. It symbolises the opening of Heaven with the gift of eternal life to everyone.

We have lots of special services during this week to which everyone is welcome.
9:00am - 9:30amMorning PrayerCome and join us at the start of the day for Morning Prayer in Church.
Everyone welcome.
10:15am - 12:00pmSt Peter's Baby GroupA group for pregnant women and new Mums with babies aged 0 to 12 months.

Come and join us for coffee and a chat.

We meet every Monday of the year (apart from Bank Holidays) 10.15am till 12noon in the Garden Room of St Peter’s House, 233 Ashley Road (white building next to Church).

For more information contact Anna Hughes 07968 061 781

Full kitchen and baby changing facilities available.

Parents, Grandparents, Nannies and Childminders - Everyone welcome
2:00pm - 4:00pmYoung@Heart FellowshipWe are a group of people who like to meet together to hear a variety of talks on interesting subjects.
Come along to hear an excellent speaker, enjoy tea and cake and even get some time for a chat!
Everyone welcome, simply pay £2 per person towards refreshments each time you join us.

We meet on the last Monday of every month in the Veranda Room of St Peter's House, 223 Ashley Road, Hale WA15 9SS 2pm till 4pm
Small car park at the back of St Peter's House with accessible access

Contact Enid Gravett 0161 928 5646

7:30pm - 8:15pmHoly Communion in St Peter's HouseA special evening service during Holy Week with Holy Communion in the Chapel of St Peter's House.

Everyone is welcome to take communion or receive a blessing.
Tuesday 27th March 2018 Holy Week Holy Week is important as it reminds Christians of God's sacrifice of his son, and also God's love for his people. Christians can learn much about Jesus through the last week of his life.

Easter is the most important festival in the Christian calendar. It celebrates God raising his son Jesus from the dead as well as the destruction of the power of sin and death forever. It symbolises the opening of Heaven with the gift of eternal life to everyone.

We have lots of special services during this week to which everyone is welcome.
9:00am - 9:30amMorning PrayerCome and join us at the start of the day for Morning Prayer in Church.
Everyone welcome.
10:15am - 12:00pmSt Peter's Toddler GroupCome and join us.

We meet every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10.15am till 12noon at St Peter's Assembly Rooms, Cecil Road, Hale during school term time.

For children aged 1 to 5.

Parents, grandparents, nannies and childminders - everyone welcome.

For more information contact St Peter's Parish Office 0161 928 3374
7:30pm - 8:15pmHoly Communion in St Peter's HouseA special evening service during Holy Week with Holy Communion in the Chapel of St Peter's House.

Everyone is welcome to take communion or receive a blessing.
Wednesday 28th March 2018 Holy Week Holy Week is important as it reminds Christians of God's sacrifice of his son, and also God's love for his people. Christians can learn much about Jesus through the last week of his life.

Easter is the most important festival in the Christian calendar. It celebrates God raising his son Jesus from the dead as well as the destruction of the power of sin and death forever. It symbolises the opening of Heaven with the gift of eternal life to everyone.

We have lots of special services during this week to which everyone is welcome.
10:00am - 10:30amHoly Communion in the chapel of St Peter's HouseUsing the traditional Book of Common Prayer Order. Followed by coffee in the Veranda Room - everyone welcome.
10:15am - 12:00pmSt Peter's Toddler GroupCome and join us.

We meet every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10.15am till 12noon at St Peter's Assembly Rooms, Cecil Road, Hale during school term time.

For children aged 1 to 5.

Parents, grandparents, nannies and childminders - everyone welcome.

For more information contact St Peter's Parish Office 0161 928 3374
10:30am - 11:30amMorning Coffee - everyone welcomeMorning coffee (and tea) in the Veranda Room at St Peter's House. Everyone welcome.
7:30pm - 8:15pmHoly Communion in St Peter's HouseA special evening service during Holy Week with Holy Communion in the Chapel of St Peter's House.

Everyone is welcome to take communion or receive a blessing.
Thursday 29th March 2018 Holy Week Holy Week is important as it reminds Christians of God's sacrifice of his son, and also God's love for his people. Christians can learn much about Jesus through the last week of his life.

Easter is the most important festival in the Christian calendar. It celebrates God raising his son Jesus from the dead as well as the destruction of the power of sin and death forever. It symbolises the opening of Heaven with the gift of eternal life to everyone.

We have lots of special services during this week to which everyone is welcome.
 Maundy Thursday Maundy Thursday is the Thursday before Easter Day. On Maundy Thursday, Christians remember when Jesus shared the Passover meal with his disciples, breaking bread and drinking wine, now known as the Last Supper.

Many Christians remember this event by sharing bread and wine in a service called Holy Communion, Eucharist or Mass. It is a reminder that Jesus sacrificed his life for mankind.

The word Maundy comes from the command given by Jesus at the Last Supper, that we should love one another. At Roman Catholic Church services the priest washes the feet of 12 people to commemorate Jesus' washing the feet of his disciples at the Last Supper.
9:00am - 9:30amMorning PrayerCome and join us at the start of the day for Morning Prayer in Church.
Everyone welcome.
6:00pm - 8:00pmPassover Meal in St Peter's HousePassover is the Jewish holiday of freedom, commemorating the Israelites' exodus from slavery in Egypt.

We share this meal to remember people who have been freed from slavery, and join as people on a journey to God’s Promised Land.

On the Seder plate there are five or six different Passover foods, each symbolizing a unique element of the Exodus story.

Everyone of any faith is welcome to share this special meal with us in St Peter's House.
8:00pm - 9:00pmHoly Communion with foot washingA special evening service during Holy Week with Holy Communion in church.

The word Maundy comes from the command given by Jesus at the Last Supper, that we should love one another. At Roman Catholic Church services the priest washes the feet of 12 people to commemorate Jesus' washing the feet of his disciples at the Last Supper.

Everyone has to option to receive foot washing if they wish.

Everyone is welcome to take communion or receive a blessing.
Friday 30th March 2018 Holy Week Holy Week is important as it reminds Christians of God's sacrifice of his son, and also God's love for his people. Christians can learn much about Jesus through the last week of his life.

Easter is the most important festival in the Christian calendar. It celebrates God raising his son Jesus from the dead as well as the destruction of the power of sin and death forever. It symbolises the opening of Heaven with the gift of eternal life to everyone.

We have lots of special services during this week to which everyone is welcome.
 Good Friday Good Friday is the Friday before Easter Sunday when Christians remember Jesus' crucifixion. During Good Friday services, they reflect on the meaning of the crucifixion and the central message of Christianity. This message is that through his death on the cross, Jesus atoned for the sin of mankind which came into the world when Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit in the Garden of Eden, and through Jesus' sacrifice mankind is reconciled with God.

The main service on Good Friday takes place between midday and 3 pm. In many churches it takes the form of a meditation based on seven sayings, or last words, of Jesus on the cross, with hymns, prayers, and short sermons. Roman Catholics start their service at 3 pm, the time that Jesus is thought to have died.
8:30am - 9:00amMorning PrayerCome and join us at the start of the day for Morning Prayer in Church.
Everyone welcome.
10:00am - 11:00amFamily Service in church with hot cross bunsA special Good Friday service for families followed by fresh hot cross buns and refreshments.

A hot cross bun is a spiced sweet bun made with currants or raisins, marked with a cross on the top, and traditionally eaten on Good Friday in the British Isles, Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa and some parts of America.

The buns mark the end of Lent and different parts of the hot cross bun have a certain meaning, including the cross representing the crucifixion of Jesus, and the spices inside signifying the spices used to embalm him at his burial.
10:15am - 12:00pmNo St Peter's Toddler GroupCome and join us.

We meet every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 10.15am till 12noon at St Peter's Assembly Rooms, Cecil Road, Hale during school term time.

For children aged 1 to 5.

Parents, grandparents, nannies and childminders - everyone welcome.

For more information contact St Peter's Parish Office 0161 928 3374
12:00pm - 3:00pmThe Way of the CrossThe main service on Good Friday takes place between midday and 3 pm. In many churches it takes the form of a meditation based on seven sayings, or last words, of Jesus on the cross, with hymns, prayers, and short sermons.

Everyone is welcome to come along at any time during the 3 hours and stay for as little or as long as they wish.
Saturday 31st March 2018 Holy Week Holy Week is important as it reminds Christians of God's sacrifice of his son, and also God's love for his people. Christians can learn much about Jesus through the last week of his life.

Easter is the most important festival in the Christian calendar. It celebrates God raising his son Jesus from the dead as well as the destruction of the power of sin and death forever. It symbolises the opening of Heaven with the gift of eternal life to everyone.

We have lots of special services during this week to which everyone is welcome.
 Holy Saturday Holy Saturday marks the end of Lent and the beginning of Easter and commemorates the day that Jesus' body lay in the tomb.
6:30pm - 7:30pmService of Light with Holy CommunionThis special service to represent the light of Jesus before his resurrection on Easter Day is suitable for all ages.

Holy Saturday marks the end of Lent and the beginning of Easter and commemorates the day that Jesus' body lay in the tomb.