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Notices for 15th November 2020 https://mailchi.mp/065339dd2283/8th-nov-12565627

Annual Parochial Church Meeting:  22nd November at 11.30am via Zoom.  If you are on the electoral roll of the church, please contact Fr Clay for the Zoom code.

OFFERING WELCOME     SHARING GOD’S LOVE    GROWING IN FAITH

At St Francis of Assisi Parish Church, we are a prayerful community following Jesus Christ as disciples, and strive to share God’s love with everyone we meet.

We seek to be a generous church family rooted in worship, growing in faith, and offering a warm welcome to all.

We are a diverse and inclusive community of all ages, gathering from all walks of life, growing together in fellowship, friendship, and service.  We enjoy Anglican worship that ranges from traditional to contemporary and we want to grow as members of the Body of Christ.  Though we are living in unusual times, we are still a church, and worship, discipleship and service are still at the heart of what we do.

During the lockdown and beyond, we have been streaming worship five days a week and you can see these services by clicking here.

Until further notice, and when we return to public worship after the second lockdown, in order to comply with social distancing guidelines you will need a free ticket to attend Sunday morning services at St Francis Church. Click here to see the complete list of available services: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/st-francis-of-assisi-parish-church-ingleby-barwick-30614497802

The Parish Church Council of St Francis of Assisi Church has formally adopted the House of Bishops’ ‘Promoting a Safer Church; safeguarding policy statement’ and seek to promote a safer church for children and vulnerable adults.  Contact details of the Parish Safeguarding Adviser (PSA):  Mrs Chris Mayo, mandcmayo@aol.com

The Diocese of York Safeguarding page:  https://dioceseofyork.org.uk/safeguarding

The process of arranging a Christening or the calling of Banns of Marriage has been changed and you will need to contact the Vicar, Clay Roundtree in order to make arrangements.  Thank you for your patience, we hope that in the months to come we can continue to discern how best to respond to the ‘new normal.’

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