Trinity 16 – 19th September 2021 – Notices & Prayers

Trinity 16 – 19th September 2021 – Notices & Prayers
17th September 2021 Joanna Turner

Prayers this week:

Those troubled in body, mind or spirit:

Matthew Cartwright, Sheila & Alan Richardson, Richard, Martha, Adie, Ian, Mia


Those remembered at this time:

John Owen Lewis


Pray too for those living in Afghanistan and fearful for the future, for girls who do not know if they will be allowed to work and are afraid when they leave their homes.

Pray for our schools and colleges in the light of recent rises in Covid cases, remember too those who have to make decisions which affect many lives & livelihoods.

Pray for refugees the world over as they cope with making a new home in a place of safety, pray that they will be treated with care and compassion.




The time and pattern of Sunday services across the Benefice have changed, with services being held on a more regular basis.

Please be aware that in the future all Eucharist Services will begin at 10.30am.



The wearing of face masks in church

In the light of the current rise in Covid cases throughout the country, St Peter’s would appreciate the congregation wearing face-masks when moving around in church. Once seated face-masks may be removed. Thank you all for your cooperation over this.


The church now open every day!

St Peter’s Church will be open every day. Groups wishing to use the church will need to notify Kay which days they would like to use the church, in order to avoid possible clashes.

Once your date has been agreed with Kay, please don’t forget to enter the details of the meetings or events in the red church diary in St Swithin’s room as soon as possible.


Tea and Toast

Tea and Toast is back! Monday mornings during term time from 9.00am to 10.00am in church. All welcome!


Bible Study Group

Monday afternoons from 2.30 – 4.00 pm in Church, looking at the readings set for Sunday. It is an informal discussion group where all thoughts and ideas are valued. New members will be made very welcome.


World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

South View, Savey Lane, Yoxall

Friday 24th September from 10.00am – 1.00pm

Coffee, cakes & raffle

For more details contact Diana Muir 473455

Fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support



In words and music 

On Sunday 26th September at 2.30pm

in aid of Church funds

Including… * Talk by Dr. Trevor James:    “Our Patron Saint – Who was St. Michael?”

* Concert by the Beatus Choral Group including some old favourites….and a new piece written for our Church by conductor James Foulds* Afternoon tea – and glass of fizz! Admission: £10.00 on the door.



Flowers for Church

Please feel free to bring garden flowers in to church in your own vase during September.  Position by the font on Wednesday, when the church is open and remove the next!

If you wish to make a donation ‘A Sunflower for someone you Love’ for Harvest Festival please give to a church warden or deliver to the post box at 16 Bond End by the end of September.   Arrangements for Harvest will be done in church on Thursday 30th September from
3 pm
if you would like to join us. Or call me – Sarah 01543 473046


Harvest Festival lunch

We are hoping to be able to go ahead with the Harvest Lunch in St. Peter’s school Hall following the service on Sunday 3rd  October at 10.30 am. Please sign the list at the back of church if you wish to come, also there is a list for food items if you are able to provide any of them. There is no charge for the lunch but donations will be collected. Any surplus after expenses will be sent to Christian Aid.


Coffee Shop

The Coffee Shop in church will be held on the 1st and 3rd Thursday between 10.30am – 12 noon.  Do drop by for a drink and chat. The next Coffee Shop is on 7th October.  All welcome!



Eric Anderson, who has been St Peter’s Health and Safety Officer for many years, feels that he is no longer able to continue in the role. Eric’s work for St Peter’s has been invaluable. If anyone is interested in taking on this role, Eric is prepared to give them all the assistance required to fulfil the job. Would any interested person please contact either Deanne or Kay as soon as possible. Thank you.


Salvation Army

We are now able to continue collecting food items for Burton Salvation Army, the basket will be in church which will be open every day. Tinned or packaged goods – in date please



We have recently sent women’s and children’s clothes to the Pathway refuge in Lichfield as they can once more accept these items. We can also resume collecting toiletries for the women and children there. Please put in the marked box at the back of church.


Church tubs

It’s that time of year again when we need to think about replanting the church tubs for our autumn display. We would be very grateful for any donations towards  buying the plants. Thank you for all your generous contributions in the past. Please place donations in an envelope and post through the letter box at Rook Cottage, Victoria Street. Any queries please contact Angela 473512


Notice Sheets from Kings Bromley, Hamstall Ridware and Mavesyn Ridware

In addition to the Notice sheet for Yoxall, we will be sending out the Notice sheets for the other Churches in our Benefice each week so that we can all pray for one another at this time.






Hamstall Ridware

St Michael and All Angels

Kings Bromley

All Saints

Mavesyn Ridware

St Nicholas


St Peter’s

September 19th

Trinity 16


Parish Eucharist & baptism

9.00 am

Said Communion

10.30 am

Parish Eucharist & baptism

September 26th



Patronal Festival

United Benefice Eucharist


Said Communion




Please note: All Wednesday Services due to be held at St Peter’s, are cancelled until further notice.


Contact Details

Revd Jeremy Brading

Items for notices for next Sunday to Sue Piper by Wednesday please ~  email (Tel 472314)