The Weekly Notices Page
We welcome all who are baptised to share in the bread and the wine.
Morning Service - streamed from the vicarage or church

Main Sunday Service
Sunday Service - streamed from St Mary's


Gift Aid Envelopes
If you are a tax payer you can increase your gift to the church by 25p in the pound by putting
your collection in the white gift aid envelopes. Please do this whenever possible, not
forgetting to fill in your name, address and to sign it. The details you provide are completely
confidential and will not be used for any other contact
Parish Magazine
Items for the Parish Magazine can now be sent to the editor by E-mail.

Email the Parish Magazine                 

Page Content
Please report any errors or omissions using this e-mail link:       
Email the Webmaster
Email the Office
General Notices
Email the Parish Magazine
Timings for this week's events and next Sunday's services.
For an up to date listing check the Online Diary
Morning Prayer - Thursdays at 9.30 am
Streamed to Facebook and also on website
Services during the week
General Information
this page
it's private
powered by
Holy Communion
Our practise is for you to receive the consecrated wafer into your hand.
Food Banks
Box at the back of church for your contributions
Electoral Roll
If you come to Church here in Ecclesfield and you’re not on the Church Electoral
Roll we would encourage you to put your name forward. Forms and further details are
available from the Church wardens.  Please give your completed forms to Pat Hawley (or a
church warden if Pat is not available)
Church Office Opening Hours
Thursday 9.00am to 12.00pm
Telephone 0114 245 0106

Please can you have any work to be done in the office at least 1-week before required.

Email the Office                     

Baptism Enquiries
Should be made to Pat Clarke   Tel: 0114 257 7191

Wedding Enquiries
Should be made to Tim Gill Tel: 0114 257 0002
New feature - Bible readings are now provided as links to the BibleGateway  
click on readings to read online. Version - NRSVA
Your giving to the work of the church
There is more than one way of giving

1. Bankers Order
2. Gift Aid envelopes if you are a  tax payer
3. Stewardship Envelopes
4. On the collection plate
5. By QR Code using the code above
6. By PayPal using the link at the right

For further information contact:
Chris Harper or Ian Hartshorne – Giving Director
Thursday Morning Services
Please note, for the next few weeks, while work is going on in Church the
Thursday Morning Services may be broadcast on Facebook from the vicarage.
Church will not be open for worship until further notice.

Building Work
Please keep your visits to Church to a minimum during building work.
If you do have to visit Wear a Mask - Sanitise - Report to builders.
This is required to keep the builders SAFE. Thanks. Michael

Food Bank
Donations in kind can now be made to support the St Paul’s Food Bank.
Please leave in the boxes at the back of church – Thank You, Katharine

Parish Magazines - Print Version
Are now available in limited numbers for those not able to read the On-Line Version
Please take one only if you or someone you know is unable to read the On-Line Version.
The parish Magazine for October is available as a digital magazine on the Church Website.

Church Flowers
Since lockdown our flower rota has been suspended.  With certain restrictions in place we
are able to worship again on a Sunday morning and I have been making sure we have
flowers by the pulpit.   I was wondering whether anyone would like to give a donation
towards the cost of flowers until such time as we can get the rota up and running again (box
at the back of church). Many thanks, Chris Ambler
For people who give by bankers order
There are now slips in a basket near the hymn books. If you give by bankers Order please
take one and put it on the collection plate during the service. It was felt that giving by Bank
Orders should be recognised and blessed along with other gifts on the collection plate
No information available at this time
Standing Notices
Mothers’ Union Notices
Prayer of Preparation
As you prepare for worship you might like to reflect on these words.
Merciful God, who sent your messengers the prophets to preach repentance and prepare
the way for our salvation: Give us grace to heed their warnings and forsake our sins, that we
may greet with joy the coming of Jesus Christ our Redeemer; who lives and reigns with you
and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever.
Sunday 6th December - The Second Sunday of Advent

10:30am Sunday Service Streamed from church
Tim Gill
Tim Gill
Tim Gill

See online service sheet on
Home Page for all service details
Why your donation counts

Ecclesfield Church does not get any funding from the
government or local authority. All its income comes from the
generosity of people like yourself who give to support its
services and help maintain the building for future
generations. Whether you give regularly or as a ‘one-off’,
you can increase your donation by Gift Aiding it. This allows
us to recover the basic rate tax paid on your gift, for every £
10 you give the government gives another £ 2.50, making
your gift worth £ 12.50
Tap - Click or Scan the QR code to donate now
Donations made using PayPal support the construction of
a Disabled Access using the West Door.
For more details
click here

Do you, your family, friends or neighbours shop at
If you do, you can support St Mary’s Church
at no extra cost.
Just shop at – where you will find
the exact same prices, selection and shopping
experience, but with the added bonus that
AmazonSmile will donate 0.5% of your net purchase
price of eligible purchases to
St Mary’s Church.

Spread the word, and happy shopping!
Remember to select “Ecclesfield Church” as
your charitable organisation before you shop,
or use this link which does it for you