|“Following Jesus: Celebrating Life; Welcoming All.”
We are here to help people love and worship God.
We aim to be, and encourage others to become, committed and active disciples of
Jesus, who love God and worship him, who know the power of the Holy Spirit and who
show God’s love in every part of their lives.
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|The Nave and South Aisle roof works are now complete
Our Thanks to all those involved in the works and
particularly to the Heritage Lottery Fund and its supporters
for their generous contribution.
Thanks also to Ecclesfield Feoffees for their contribution
to the work done on the North Aisle roof
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|“Surely I know the plans I have for you, says the Lord,
plans for your welfare and not for harm, to give you a future with hope.
Then when you call upon me and come and pray to me, I will hear
you.” (Jeremiah 29:11-12)
thank you for the Christian community
that you have sustained in Ecclesfield over the centuries.
Thank you for those who helped us to grow in faith.
Help us to trust that You have a plan and purpose for St Mary’s future.
Guide us as we go forward to the future that you call us to.
Give us your vision for the mission of Your Church.
Help us to be faithful witnesses of your grace and love to all who do not
know you. We ask this through Jesus Christ our Saviour.
|Safeguarding at St. Mary's
The Parish of St Mary’s Church Ecclesfield is committed to high standards in the
safeguarding care of children, young people and vulnerable adults.
Our Safeguarding Officer is Andrea Whittaker , who can be contacted by email:
Our Parish Safeguarding Policy with further information can be read in full by following this
link Safeguarding at St. Mary’s - Ecclesfield
|St. Mary’s Corona virus Pastoral Care Plan
Lay Pastors, please suspend home visits but still keep in touch with
those you visit by phone
Please take responsibility for each other: if you are a lay pastor please phone
those on your list regularly (at least once a week), especially those who live alone.
If you have any concerns, please let
Tim on 0114 257 0002 or Pat Wood on 0114 246 5086 know
All members of the Church: we do not need permission
or authorisation to care for each other.
Use the phone and keep in touch with those who are self-isolating
We are not medical practitioners; if someone asks for more than you know
or more than you can help with, point them to:
the NHS phoneline 111 or online to 111.nhs.uk
It is in everyone’s interests to set good boundaries all round
If you are unwell or isolated or just in need of prayer,
contact Tim on 0114 2570002
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|The Church of England
|Archbishop lays down his crozier on the high altar at York Minster
as his last act as Archbishop of York
8th June 2020
The Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu, accompanied by his wife, the Revd Margaret
Sentamu, laid down his crozier of office on the high altar of York Minster on Sunday 7 June.
The Dean of York, the Rt Revd Dr Jonathan Frost and Head Verger Alex Carberry were
witnesses to this final act as Archbishop.
The Dean of York said, “Today, in the simple and symbolic act of laying down his crozier,
Archbishop Sentamu brought his ministry as Archbishop of York to a close. In current
circumstances we have been unable to fulfil our hope to gather together for a service.
However, in households and communities across the Diocese of York, the North and Nation,
those whose lives have been graced by Sentamu and Margaret give thanks for their witness
to the joy, simplicity and compassion of the good news of Jesus Christ.”
On 8 June 2020, Archbishop Sentamu concludes nearly 15 years in his role as Archbishop of
York. He has served in ordained ministry within the Church of England for 41 years. The
Archbishop will continue to live in the North of England, and has said he will continue with his
work on the case for income equality and sustainability.
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|The Diocese of York has released an online video tribute to Dr Sentamu, made during the
‘lockdown’ response to the COVID-19 virus outbreak, and based on a series of recollections
recorded by lay and ordained people from across the Diocese which has been led by
Archbishop Sentamu since the 30th November 2005.
Church is now open for Private Prayer
Monday to Friday
10am to 11am And 3pm to 4pm
Please use the hand sanitiser provided as you enter and leave Church,
and please observe social distancing whilst in Church
Unfortunately, the toilet and kitchen facilities will not be available!
Please note that the Thursday Morning streamed service will start at 9:30am
|Fifth Sunday after Pentecost - 5th July - Click or tap to view