St Mary's News and Information

News and Information for 07 June 2020 Trinity Sunday

Whilst Public Worship is suspended this Blog will take the place of the Weekly Sheet

Sunday Readings and other fantastic resources can be found on the Church at Home Blog  here

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This Sunday – live-streamed worship with the Revs Paul, Mike &  guests. Join us on one of our channels from 10:30am

Streamed Worship this Sunday

from 10:30am

on Facebook & YouTube     



Church Magazine

The June Magazine is now available online.

You can access the Magazine
or at any time via the front page of our website

Send any articles of interest for future editions to

Zoom Invite

After Church Tea & Coffee & Chat

Time: 11:45 AM

Join the Zoom Refreshments and chat

Meeting ID: 750 2131 3429


After church Refreshments

After church tea & coffee will be on Zoom from around 11:45am – come and join us virtually, it would be lovely to see each other again.

We have now implemented a Waiting Room on Zoom for extra security.

Please see our Church at Home Blog for Readings and resources for all ages for this Sunday.

Church at Home Blog



The Midweek
Get Together Wednesdays at 7.30pm

Each week Revd Mike invites you to join with him on Zoom for a get-together.
Each week there will be something different including a Bible Book Club, a Prayer Meeting, a topical chat or a discussion. Details will be posted on our Facebook Page on the Monday of each week. All you need to do is click on the link below to register.

This week 03 June:

It will be our monthly Prayer and Worship Service – online. Please join Mike for an opportunity to praise God and pray for our world, people & situations.


Funerals this past week



Upcoming Funerals 

Michael Yeomans

John Francis Harvey

Eileen Muriel Chilton

Please keep their families in your prayers





St Paul’s Pantry News

Trust you are all keeping well, here’s our monthly data for you to share with your congregations.

We fed 294 people in April with 2,646 meals and had 2,139.79kgs of food donated. Compare this to last year we fed 125 people with 1,125 meals and had 1,760.78kgs of food donated.

We are steadily busy and are able to meet requests for food. Our shortages include tins of potatoes, vegetables, fruit, sandwich meats, meat pies, custard, rice pudding, pasta, long grain rice and sugar.

If you are able to bring items to our rear gates, we are open Mon- Fri 10-3. (Closed Friday 8th May) If you’re unable to drop off, we able to collect by ringing our office 01270 586186 option 1.

Please continue to hold us up in prayer whether in your Zoom services or in private prayer, we need them!

Take care

Cheryl Wykes & Tracey Humphries If you can’t get to the Foodbank you can help financially here:

Our Magazine has now moved online for the foreseeable future and you can access it HERE or at any time via the front page of our website

Our May Magazine is now available!

Please send any articles of interest for the May edition to

The Wistaston Village Fete for 2020 has, unsurprisingly, been cancelled for this year. Also, the annual Flower & Produce Show planned for August has also been cancelled for this year. 
More info here:

To keep in touch with the church, it’s news and updates and be kept informed of resources which you can use at home for prayer and worship, then please join our Prayer & Communication email list via this link:

Church Staff & The Parish Office

We have had to take the decision to furlough the paid church staff, that is Polly, Teresa & Derek, for the foreseeable future which means under the new government scheme as a church we can claim 80% of their wages back, we will continue to pay them 100% whilst we can.

This, of course, means the office is closed until further notice but the answerphone and emails are being checked daily.

Covid-19 and it’s effects of church life: As well as worship being suspended, we have had to cancel all events and close the Church Hall. We pray for all those who are in isolation and will be hugely affected by this.
You can view the latest information from the Church of England and the effect on its services here

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