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                      Regular events
For Children
  Sundays
  Children are welcome at all services! However, the 10.45am services at Christ
  Church are the most accessible for young people, when we have children’s work every
  week during term time, or an all-age parade service especially for children. For more
  details contact Jane Webster (885878).
  Girl’s Uniformed Groups (all at Christ Church)
  Monday 6.00 – 7.00pm  Rainbows (age 5-7)        Jane Webster                     885878
  Monday 6.30 – 8.00pm  Brownies (age 7-10)       Tracey Jagger                    248365
  Monday 7.30 – 9.00pm  Guides        (age 10-15) Ann Cockerill                    363892
  Sharks Midweek at Christ Church
  Alternate Wednesdays, 7.00—9.00pm. For ages 10+. Fun, friendship and chat. Karaoke,
  air hockey, table football, Wii games and lots more. Contact Norman McDonnell for more
  details 250213.

Fellowship
  House Groups
  Various days & times to suit. Alternate weeks. Get together with others to explore
  fellowship, faith and prayer to help you in your daily discipleship. The best way to grow
  as a Christian! For more details and dates contact Karen Hellewell 365027.
  Café Hope
  Tuesdays 10.00 am—11.30am at Highgate Methodist Church. Informal chat to meet
  other people, chat over coffee and cakes, or join in with gentle exercise.
  Friday Group
  Friday evenings, bi-monthly. Ladies get-togethers and social events. See ’What’s
  Happening’ for more details, or contact Ann Gardner 341962.
  Men’s Breakfast
  Last Saturday of each month 8-10am. At The Fountainhead Inn, Pellon. Men only, worship,
  discussion, prayer and breakfast! Contact David Ramanauskas for more details 330770.

Worship
As well as Sundays, we have regular worship at St. Augustine’s:
Monday, 9.00 am Morning Prayer
Tuesday 11.45 am Informal Worship, followed by lunch
    Interpreted Services. The first Sunday 10.45am service at Christ Church and the
    6.30pm Celebration services on the second Sundays at Christ Church will be BSL
    signed services.
                    F rom t he Vica r
Dear Readers,
Last year in the vicarage garden we moved some soil from one part of
the garden to fill in a small amount of a slope in another part. The origi-
nal site had (and indeed, still does) some beautiful bluebells, but when
we moved the soil last autumn, of course, all this was forgotten.
Now, this spring, the bluebells have appeared again, but not just in
the original place. A few have appeared where we moved the soil
to. Apparently, we must also have moved some bulbs when we
moved the soil without realising it.
Buried deep in the soil were these sparks of life which when the
time was right pushed their way through and burst into bloom. It
makes me wonder what else might be below-ground that I am not
aware of. What else might be buried there?
And then that reminds me of a parable Jesus told about a treasure
buried in a field. The owner of the field obviously wasn’t aware of
what was buried there, otherwise he would have dug it up and used
it himself, and he certainly wouldn’t have sold the field to the man
who discovered the treasure. He would have kept it for himself.
But what if that owner is me? What if the field is my life? What has
God planted below the surface that for whatever reason I am not
aware of? Wouldn’t it make sense to check what’s below the surface
and to begin to dig up the treasure there?
That’s what spiritual exercise is all about. Discovering the treasure
that God has placed within you – his image, his Spirit, his love!
Reading God’s word, taking time to talk to God and to listen to him,
spending time in worship with others – all these things help us to dig
deeper and find more of the treasure within.
But just like digging the garden is hard work on our own and much
easier when someone else is helping, then so is looking deep within
ourselves. On our own, we can so easily deceive ourselves. Others
can often see us more clearly.
That’s one reason that good Christian friends are so essential. It’s
also one reason why house groups are so central to growing as a
Christian.
And it’s also why we need to keep digging – so we can be there for
others as well.
Nelson Mandela wrote the following words, which I hope will encour-
age all of us to keep digging, so that the treasures that we are will
be more fully revealed:
    Our greatest fear is not that we are inadequate,
    but that we are powerful beyond measure.

    It is our light, not our darkness, that frightens us.
    We ask ourselves,
    Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, handsome, talented and fabulous?
    Actually, who are you not to be?

    You are a child of God.
    Your playing small does not serve the world.
    There is nothing enlightened about shrinking
    so that other people won't feel insecure around you.

    We were born to make manifest the glory of God within us.
    It is not just in some; it is in everyone.

    And, as we let our own light shine,
    we consciously give other people permission
    to do the same. As we are liberated from our fear,
    our presence automatically liberates others.

John Hellewell
WHAT’S HAPPENING
       This is a BSL interpreted service


JUNE
1   Tuesday     10.00 am   Café Hope at Highgate Methodist Church
                10.30 am   Communion at Asquith Court. All welcome!
                11.45 am   Worship at St. Augustine’s, followed by lunch
                 7.00 pm   Transformation planning at St. Augustine’s
4   Friday       6.30 pm   Choir Practice at Christ Church

6   Sunday: First Sunday after Trinity
               10.45 am Family Communion at Christ Church
               10.45am Morning Worship at St. Augustine’s
                6.30 pm Communion at St. Augustine’s
7   Monday   9.00 am       Morning Prayer at St. Augustine’s
             1.00 pm       Chatterbox at Christ Church
             7.30 pm       Preacher’s meeting at the Vicarage
8 Tuesday   10.00 am       Café Hope at Highgate Methodist Church
            11.45 am       Worship at St. Augustine’s, followed by lunch
             7.00 pm       Alpha Course at Christ Church
9 Wednesday  7.00 pm       Sharks Midweek @ Christ Church
11 Friday    7.30 pm       Worship Group Practice at Christ Church

13 Sunday: Second Sunday after Trinity
              9.00 am Said communion at Christ Church
             10.45 am Morning Worship at Christ Church
             10.45 am Communion at St. Augustine’s
             12 noon Diocesan Celebration at Nostell Priory
              6.30 pm Celebration Service at Christ Church
14 Monday     9.00 am      Morning Prayer at St. Augustine’s
              1.00 pm      Chatterbox at Christ Church
15 Tuesday   10.00 am      Café Hope at Highgate Methodist Church
             11.45 am      Worship at St. Augustine’s, followed by lunch
              7.00 pm      Alpha Course at Christ Church
16 Wednesday  1.30 pm      Holiday Club planning meeting at Highgate
17 Thursday   5.00 pm      Fashion Show & film for refugee week
                           at St. Augustine’s Centre
20 Sunday: Third Sunday after Trinity
             10.45 am Family Communion at Christ Church
             10.45 am Morning Worship at St. Augustine’s
               6.30 pm Communion at St. Augustine’s
21 Monday     9.00 am      Morning Prayer at St. Augustine’s
              1.00 pm      Chatterbox at Christ Church
22 Tuesday   10.00 am      Café Hope at Highgate Methodist Church
             11.45 am      Worship at St. Augustine’s, followed by lunch
23 Wednesday  7.00 pm      Sharks Midweek @ Christ Church
25 Friday     6.30 pm      Choir Practice at Christ Church
26 Saturday   8.00 am      Men’s Prayer Breakfast at The Fountainhead

27 Sunday: Fourth Sunday of Easter
              9.00 am Sung Communion at Christ Church
             10.45 am Communion at St. Augustine’s
             10.45 am Parade Service at Christ Church
              1.00 pm Church Picnic at Shibden Park
              6.30 pm Communion at Christ Church
28 Monday       9.00 am    Morning Prayer at St. Augustine’s
                1.00 pm    Chatterbox at Christ Church
29 Tuesday     10.00 am    Café Hope at Highgate Methodist Church
               11.45 am    Worship at St. Augustine’s, followed by lunch

JULY
3   Saturday   11.00 am Ordination of Sue Heptinstall at Wakefield Cathedral
4   Sunday: Fifth Sunday after Trinity
               10.45 am Family Communion at Christ Church
               10.45am Morning Worship at St. Augustine’s
                6.30 pm Communion at St. Augustine’s
5   Monday     9.00 am     Morning Prayer at St. Augustine’s
               1.00 pm     Chatterbox at Christ Church
               7.30 pm     Deanery Synod at Warley, St. John’s
6   Tuesday   10.00 am     Café Hope at Highgate Methodist Church
              10.30 am     Communion at Asquith Court. All welcome!
              11.45 am     Worship at St. Augustine’s, followed by lunch
               7.30 pm     St. Augustine’s PCC at St. Augustine’s Centre
7   Wednesday  7.00 pm     Sharks Midweek @ Christ Church
9   Friday     6.30 pm     Hope Prayer Walk, starting St. Columba’s
               6.30 pm     Choir Practice at Christ Church
               7.30 pm     Worship Group Practice at Christ Church
10 Saturday   10.00 am    Hope litter picking, starting at St. Columba’s
              10.00 am    Wedding at Christ Church
               2.00 pm    Wedding at Christ Church
               6.30 pm    Hope BBQ at 11 Ashville Croft

11 Sunday: Sixth Sunday after Trinity
               9.00 am Said Communion at Christ Church
              10.45 am Morning Worship at Christ Church
              10.45 am Communion at St. Augustine’s
               5.30 pm Celebration Service at Christ Church
12 Monday       9.00 am   Morning Prayer at St. Augustine’s
                1.00 pm   Chatterbox at Christ Church
13 Tuesday     10.00 am   Café Hope at Highgate Methodist Church
               11.45 am   Worship at St. Augustine’s, followed by lunch
                2.30 pm   Pastoral Visitors meeting at Rosemary’s

18 Sunday: Seventh Sunday after Trinity
             10.45 am Family Communion at Christ Church
             10.45am Morning Worship at St. Augustine’s
              6.30 pm Communion at St. Augustine’s
19 Monday      9.00 am    Morning Prayer at St. Augustine’s
20 Tuesday    10.00 am    Café Hope at Highgate Methodist Church
              11.45 am    Worship at St. Augustine’s, followed by lunch
21 Wednesday   7.00 pm    Sharks Midweek @ Christ Church
22 Thursday    7.30 pm    Baptism Preparation Course in The Barn
23 Friday      6.30 pm    Choir Practice at Christ Church
24 Saturday  12 noon      Wedding at Christ Church
               2.00 pm    Wedding at Christ Church

25 Sunday: Feast of St. James
              9.00 am Sung Communion at Christ Church
             10.45 am Communion at St. Augustine’s
             10.45 am Parade Service at Christ Church
              6.30 pm Communion at Christ Church
26 Monday       9.00 am   Morning Prayer at St. Augustine’s
27 Tuesday     10.00 am   Café Hope at Highgate Methodist Church
               11.45 am   Worship at St. Augustine’s, followed by lunch
31 Saturday     8.00 am   Men’s Prayer Breakfast at The Fountainhead
AUGUST
1   Sunday: Ninth Sunday after Trinity
              10.45 am Family Communion at Christ Church
              10.45 am Morning Worship at St. Augustine’s
                6.30 pm Communion at St. Augustine’s


9th June—Columba of Iona (c. 521 -97)
Columba was born in Donegal of the royal Ui Neill clan, and trained as
a monk. He founded the monasteries of Derry (546), Durrow (c.556)
and probably Kells. But in 565 Columba left Ireland with twelve
companions for Iona, an island off southwest Scotland. Iona had been
given to him for a monastery by the ruler of the Irish Dalriada.
Why would a monk in his mid 40s go into such voluntary exile?
Various explanations include: voluntary exile for Christ, an attempt to
help overseas compatriots in their struggle for survival, or even as
some sort of punishment for his part in a row over a psalter in Ireland.
Whatever the reason, Columba went to Iona and spent the rest of his
life in Scotland, returning to Ireland only for occasional visits.
Columba’s biographer, Adomnan, portrays him as a tall, striking
figure of powerful build and impressive presence, who combined the
skills of scholar, poet and ruler with a fearless commitment to God’s
cause. Able, ardent, and sometimes harsh, Columba seems to have
mellowed with age.
As well as building his monastery on Iona, Columba also converted
Brude, king of the Picts. Columba had great skill as a scribe, and an
example of this can be seen in the Cathach of Columba, a late 6th
century psalter in the Irish Academy, which is the oldest surviving
example of Irish majuscule writing. In his later years Columba spent
much time transcribing books.
Columba’s death was apparently foreseen by his community, and
even, it seems, sensed by his favourite horse. He died in the church
just before Matins, and it is a tribute to this man that his traditions were
upheld by his followers for about a century, not least in the Synod of
Whitby and in Irish monasteries on the continent of Europe.
              A prayer of St Columba:
                         Christ With Us
                        My dearest Lord,
                Be Thou a bright flame before me,
                Be Thou a guiding star above me,
               Be Thou a smooth path beneath me,
              Be Thou a kindly shepherd behind me,
                     Today and evermore.

Hope Weekend 2010
We are again planning on making
a (small) impact on our local
community by praying for it, by
picking up litter around the area.
We will also celebrate by enjoying a BBQ together and worshipping
together. The plan for the weekend is as follows:
Fri. 9th July  6.30pm         Prayer Walk the area—Highgate
Sat. 10th July 10.00—12.30    Litter picking—Highgate
               6.30pm         BBQ at 11 Ashville Croft
Sun. 11th July 5.30pm         Celebration Service at Christ Church




         UNWANTED MOBILE PHONES AND USED PRINTER INK CARTRIDGES

     Kit Merrill collects these items on behalf of Christian Aid.
     When sent for recycling each phone adds £3.50 and each
     cartridge about £1.33 to Christian Aid funds. Please Help.
    Kit would also be pleased to receive any used large padded
      envelopes as he recycles these to send the phones and
                      cartridges to Christian Aid

               Please bring your items to church,
             or contact Kit directly on 01274 876141
WORDSEARCH
                                                          not on your own (Prov 3:5)
ACROSS                                                    33 Do not touch my anointed ___ (Ps 105:15)
                                                          34 such as I never saw in all the land of Egypt for
1 the best of ___ and the finest of wines (Isa 25:6)      ___ (Gen 41:19) KJV
5 the idolaters and everyone who loves and ___            36 Those who see you ___ at you, they ponder
falsehood (Rev 22:15)                                     your fate (Isa 14:16)
10 I had rebuilt the wall and not a ___ was left in it    38 No widow may be put on the ___ of widows
(Neh 6:1)                                                 unless she is over sixty (1 Tim 5:9)
11 who is praised by all the churches for his ___ to      39 The Angel which redeemed me from all evil,
the gospel. (2 Cor 8:18)                                  bless the ___ (Gen 48:16) KJV
14 After an ___ of several years I came                   41 the ephod, close to the ___ just above the
to Jerusalem (Acts 24:17)                                 waistband (Ex 39:20)
16 know that you have no authority to impose              43 His face ___ like the sun, and his clothes
___ , tribute or duty on any Ezra 7:24                    became as white (Matt 17:2)
18 Look, the Lamb of God, who takes away the              45 cups shaped like almond flowers with ___ and
___ of the world! (John 1:29)                             blossoms (Ex 37:19)
19 the servant of the LORD sent me from Kadesh-           46 seven of every kind of clean animal, a male and
barnea to ___ out the land (Josh 14:7) KJV                ___ mate (Gen 7:2)
20 Adam and Eve probably did not have one                 48 If the ___ wishes to redeem the animal, he must
22 "Teacher, what good thing ___ I do to get              add a fifth to its value (Lev 27:13)
eternal life?" (Matt 19:16)                               50 Men of all ___ came to listen to Solomon's
23 to another faith by the ___ Spirit, to another         wisdom (1 Kings 4:34)
gifts of healing (1 Cor 12:9)                             51 from merchants and traders and from all the
24 they consult a wooden ___ and are answered by          ___ kings (1 Kings 10:15)
a stick (Hos 4:12)                                        53 others asked, "How ___ a sinner do such
26 The ___ of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you           miraculous signs?" (John 9:16)
(1 Thess 5:28)                                            54 When the disciples saw this, they were ___ .
28 But the meek will ___ the land and enjoy great         "Why this waste?" (Matt 26:8)
peace (Ps 37:11)                                          55 The Danites answered, Don't ___ with us (Judg
31 Trust in the LORD with all your heart and ___          18:25)

DOWN

1 See, I will send my ___, who will prepare the way before me (Mal 3:1)
2 A few days later King ___ and Bernice arrived at Caesarea (Acts 25:13)
3 last letter in Hebrew
4 Then they ___ in his face and struck him with their fists (Matt 26:67)
6 exalt him that is low, and ___ him that is high (Ezek 21:26) (KJV)
7 chore, job
8 A mocker resents correction; he will not ___ the wise (Prov 15:12)
9 yet at the ___ of water it will bud and put forth shoots (Job 14:9)
12 a wedding took place at ___ in Galilee. Jesus' mother was there (John 2:1)
13 I the LORD search the heart and ___ the mind (Jer 17:10)
15 God gave unto them Saul the son of ___ (Acts 13:21) KJV
17 ___ though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death (Ps 23:4)
21 unto the high places, and see where thou hast not been ___ with (Jer 3:2) KJV
22 neither shall he drink any liquor of grapes, nor eat ___ grapes, or dried (Num 6:3) KJV
23 remains only a single seed. But if it dies, it produces many ___ (John 12:24)
25 I also want women to ___ modestly, with decency (1 Tim 2:9)
27 who ___ to be Jews though they are not (Rev 3:9)
29 took palm branches and went out to meet him, shouting, ___"!" (John 12:13)
30 Bathsheba bowed, and did ___ unto the king (1 Kings 1:16) KJV
32 Picnic pests (Prov 30:25)
Puzzle
Page
Fathers hold a special place in all our hearts. These men who raise
us, care for us, and want the best for us are honoured each year
with a special day on which we show our love and appreciation for
all things "Dad".

                      A dad's someone to turn to
                  When you need a helping hand -
   He's someone you can count on to advise and understand -
                   A dad's someone to laugh with,
                 someone kind, whose smiling face
    convinces you that no one else could ever take his place!
               For all your love and kindness, Dad,
                      for all your thoughtful ways,
                  for all your help and good advice,
                        for every word of praise,
                    for doing all the special things
                         that you find time to do,
              this message brings a world of thanks
                          and lots of love to you!
        I may not often talk about the things I feel inside --
   The way that I look up to you with so much love and pride --
       But you're the kind of father who's special as can be,
  And I hope you always understand how much you mean to me.
   The older I get the more I appreciate having you for a dad...
             You've given me a lot to be grateful for,
          and I just hope you know how much I love you
                 for being the special man you are.
                              You're the best!
            One of the greatest blessings God gives us
                  is the gift of someone who cares.
                Thank you for being that someone.
           Happy Father's Day and May God Bless You.

"And, ye fathers, provoke not your children to wrath: but bring them
up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord." ~Ephesians 6:4~
Onward!
The whole diocese is gathering together to
celebrate on Sunday 13th June at Nostell
Priory. Gates open at 12noon, and there
will be stalls celebrating the life of the
diocese, along with a prayer tent, activities
for all ages, and a communion service at
2.30pm, celebrated by the Bishop of
Wakefield. The Archbishop of Wales will be
the guest preacher.
There will also be a chance to join in
Choral Evensong with the Cathedral choir
in Wragby Church at 5.00pm.
Entry is free, although there will be a
charge for car parking.
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Summer outing
A lorry driver had to deliver 500
penguins to the regional zoo. On his
way, he broke down, and was
desperate to get rid of the birds. So he                  PELLON
waved down another lorry, and offered                  LUNCHEON CLUB
the driver £500 to take the penguins on
to the zoo. The second driver agreed.                        Thursdays at
                                                             Pellon Baptist
The next day the original lorry drove                         Church Hall
into a nearby town and to his horror
saw the second lorry driver crossing
the road with 500 penguins walking in
single file behind him. He leapt out of
his lorry and demanded: "What's going
on? I gave you £500
to take these                                             Food served at
penguins to the zoo!"                                        12.30 pm
                                                         Two course lunch -
"I did take them to the                                        £2.50
zoo. And I had
enough money left                                       For more information
over so that now                                         contact Norma on
we're going to the                                            839861
cinema."
A LIGHT FOR THE NIGHT
A blind man went to visit his friend in the next village. It was night
when he could return. His friend gave the blind man a lighted lamp
as he said goodbye to him. Refusing to receive the lamp, the blind
man said, “I don’t need this lamp, dear; I will use my stick to find my
way. Nights and days are similar to me.” His friend said, “Keep it
with you. It is not for you, but for others. If you carry this lighted lamp
with you, others can see it. Then they will not collide with you.”

The blind man started his journey carrying the lighted lamp with him.
On the way, there was a storm. He waited under a tree and
resumed his journey after the storm. Suddenly a stranger coming in
the opposite direction collided with him and both of them fell down
on the ground. The blind man shouted angrily, “Couldn’t you see the
lighted lamp in my hand, man? Are you blind?” The stranger replied,
“I am not blind but your lamp was not burning.” “I am sorry, dear”,
said the blind man. “I am blind and did not know that the flame was
put off by the storm.”

We boast that we are the chosen children of God and that His grace
will protect us from all evil. But the divine light shining in us gets
extinguished by our sinful actions and then we may fall. Let us
consciously guard the lamp of God shining in our hearts. It will
illuminate us and enlighten everyone around us.

“O Lord, you give me light; you dispel my darkness” {Psalm 18: 28}.

“Your word is a lamp to guide me and a light for my path” {Psalm
119: 105}.

Jesus said, “I am the light of the world whoever follows me will
have the light of life and will never walk in darkness” {John 8: 12}.

“Your light must shine before people, so that they will see the good
things you do and praise your Father” {Matthew 5: 16}.
Sharks
The Sharks Team and Sharks would like to thank everyone for their
donations of goods and time to the charity stall on 22nd May. £322
was raised and items we didn’t have time to sell will be sold at a car
boot sale on Monday 31st May.
There is a plan to hold these events again for other activities we
plan, so if you missed this one, then please let either Norman or
Sharon know.
We hope Sharks will enjoy a fish and chip supper and a trip to the
pictures whilst at the narrow boat weekend, 16th-18th July.
Another very important part of going out into the town centre is to
raise the profile of youth groups at Christ Church. Sharks now has
17 members who regularly attend on Wednesday evenings. The
best recommendations are by word of mouth and meeting us.
Lastly, a very big thank you to the text prayer line. This donation can-
not be quantified in money and the above is, in my opinion, proof that
prayers were answered. God bless the work with our youth.
Sharks Team.
                            From the Registers...


                FUNERALS

March    29th   David Pettifor
April    13th   Malcolm Shield
April    23rd   Judith Naylor
April    26th   David Brooksbank
May      18th   Brian Reynolds
May      21st   Martin Wright


     our love, sympathy & prayers to
          their family and friends




28th March      Gabriella Precious Doherty
30th May        Dacarrie Williams

   our warmest congratulations to
      their families and friends

                                WEDDINGS

                 29th May       Jamie Spence &
                                Tammy McConnell

                    our warmest congratulations and
                        best wishes for the future
                                   CHURCH FLOWERS




13th June   Church of England Flower Arranger's Association


Black death
An elderly parish priest was tending his garden near a convent
when a passerby stopped to inquire after the priest's much-loved
roses. "Not bad," said the priest, "but they suffer from a disease
peculiar to this area known as the black death."
"What on earth is that?" asked the passerby, anxious to increase his
garden knowledge.
"Nuns with scissors."




                    Café
            HIGHGATE METHODIST CHURCH
            Pellon Churches together invite you to their

                   Community Café
            Tuesdays – 10.00 to 11.30 am
       Meet new friends, or bring your own along for a coffee
            and a chat, or just somewhere to chill out.

       If you need a lift contact John Hellewell on 365027 or
                   Kathleen Griffiths on 323676
Ordination of Sue Heptinstall
Sue will be ordained Deacon at Wakefield Cathedral on Saturday 3rd
July at 11.00am. The Bishop of Wakefield will be taking the service.
Please do come along a support Sue on this important occasion, not
only for her personally but also for our churches. If you are
interested in coming, please sign the list at the back of church, or
phone John on 365027.




Laodicean and luke-warm
The Laodicean church is described in the Bible in the book of The
Revelation as being lukewarm. If the Laodiceans were to have a hymnal,
suitable for their conviction, here's a list of some of the hymns it may
contain:

A Comfy Mattress Is Our God
Above Average Is Thy Faithfulness
Alas! And Did my Savior Stub His Toe
Amazing Grace, How Interesting the Sound
Be Thou My Hobby
Crown Him with Many Hats
Go Tell it on the Speed Bump
How Good Thou Art
I Am Standing In the Vicinity of the Word of God
I Need Thee Every Year or So
I Will Make an Effort Not To Forget Thee
I'm Fairly Certain That My Redeemer Lives
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                                       •   Free Pre-funeral Planning &
      Jim Trafford DSA ADI                 Advice
          01422 348636                 •   24 Hour Emergency Service
         0778 6280 650
    www.alphasomhalifax.co.uk




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    LANDS CA PES                       gigi            hair fashions



                                       State registered Hairdresser

       Hard Landscaping,                  Specialists in
    Lawns and Maintenance             colouring and perming
                                     or call in for a free consultation for
      at affordable prices               your special wedding day
                                                    hairstyle
         ***************
         Call John on                         Senior Citizen day
        07979 801995                       Tuesday and Wednesday
          ***************
                                     6 Sutcliffe Street, Pellon, Halifax
No job too small (or big)                   Tel: 01422 362812
              Who’s Who at Church
Vicar:                     Rev. John Hellewell               365027
                           New Vicarage, Church Lane, Mount Pellon
                           RevJHell@blueyonder.co.uk
Readers:                   Karen Hellewell                                  365027
                           Sue Heptinstall                                  341436
                           David Ramanauskas                                330770
Pastoral Worker:           Denise Keenan                                    259421
Magazine Editor:           Sharon Tyler sharontyler70@hotmail.co.uk

                   Christ Church                      St. Augustine’s
Wardens            Michael Cockerill         363892            Jon Hirst      368613
                   Paul Heptinstall          341436       Jimmy Keenan        259421
Secretary          Kath Sharman              363058        John Fleming       352669
Treasurer          Margaret Sanders          380557         Bob Berridge      347978
Pastoral Care      Rosemary Power O’Mahony   330770        Denise Keenan       259421
Child Protection Angela Ward                 356755        Shelagh Hirst      368613
Electoral Roll     Anne Rollinson            311269        John Fleming       352669
Church Flowers     June Lockwood             356740          Jenny Lynn
Baptism enquiries Ann Cockerill              363892        John Hellewell     365027
Wedding enquiries June Lockwood              356740        John Hellewell     365027

Christ Church (Pellon) C of E (VC) Primary School
Head                       Helen York                                       350792

St. Augustine’s C of E (VA) Junior & Infant School
Head                       Leona Binner                                     360615

            Christ Church, Church Lane, Mount Pellon, Halifax, HX2 0EF
                  St. Augustine’s, Hanson Lane, Halifax, HX1 5PG

								
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