Events Calendar

Christ is risen, allelujah, allelujah!                    

He is risen indeed, allelujah, allelujah!!

 

In Memoriam

Over the last couple of weeks four beloved members of our church community and family have sadly passed away. 

                        

 

       IRENE HEATON                                        DORIS JONES                                                JOHN WARD

 

and      RAY REYNOLDS.

All  were staunch members and supporters of the church, and John Ward was a very faithful servant of Christ and of St. Giles’ for so many years, as chorister, crucifer, PCC secretary, treasurer, decorator, “odd job man” and more, along with his wife, Anne and brother, Peter.

They will all be greatly missed.

Funerals have taken place at alternative locations, whilst current constraints remain in force.

Please hold them and their families close in your thoughts, on your hearts and in your prayers.

                                              May they rest in Peace and Rise in Glory

Online Worship

Every Sunday at 10.30am

Look out in the “This week at St Giles'” section and on the Facebook page for the links to all our services, or search You tube for the St Giles Newcastle Channel. Please remember to let Rev Josh and the team know you are with us by sending a message on which ever platform you chose to join in with our worship. There will be a link to open an order of service on the You Tube channel (in the service details on the left hand side of the screen in ” see more”).              We look forward to welcoming you.

Watch the “This week at St Giles” section for updates.

Upcoming events

Parish News Online!!!

 Edition three for June is here  PN ON-LINE June 20

The second online edition of our monthly magazine, Parish News, is still available. Click here PN ON-LINE May 

to download your copy. Enjoy and pass the details (or a copy if you can) to friends and neighbours near and far.

You can still get a copy of our first online edition of Parish News, just click here PN ON-LINE APRIL 3

to download it.

Have a Go Art Show

What fun it was to see the children’s art work at the end of the Sunday service on April 26th and, having broadened the scope to include all our “congregation” (both regulars and new friends who are finding us online) the fun and admiration of folks skills and inventiveness continues.
The rule is that the ‘art’ is strictly for creative enjoyment and not a competition of artistic merit.
Any medium is acceptable: paint, collage, embroidery, drawing, wool craft, arrangements of found objects from  the house or garden, beautiful or interesting photographs taken during this time.
All people have to do is take a photograph of their creations with their smart phone and submit it by e-mail to
                                                                        carol.stimpson@gmail.com
We hope this will be another way to keep all ages of the St Giles’ community interacting during this period of social isolation and help to keep minds and hands occupied whatever the weather!
The theme this week is ” View from my window”
Please join in, and let’s see the variety of ideas about what you come up with.

church building closed poster CofE national

Please click on the title to read a message about the closures and how to contact St. Giles and St Thomas personal. Thank you for continuing to keep supporting one another in these challenging times.

One Small Step   Delayed Arrival!

Watch this space for the rescheduled arrival.

Confirmation Service:

Postponed

This week at St Giles

Sunday 31st May, Pentecost

9.30am Holy Communion live stream on Facebook

1030am  Sunday Worship online with Guest Preacher Revd Allan Penduck

(see above for details) link

LINKS ARE ON OUR FACEBOOK PAGE AND ALL SERVICES CAN BE FOUND ON OUR YOU TUBE CHANNEL

Thursday 4th June  11am  ‘Spaces for Learning’

Two academic talks by Revd Josh Penduck on the You tube channel, entitled

“..until the land had made up for its sabbaths: COVID, Eschatology, and the Community of Creation”

Friday 5th June  4pm

Discussion about the above talks on ZOOM! by invitation. See MEMO for details (link on the home page).