St Nicholas and St Peter’s

Meals on Wheels -St. Nicholas Codsall Harvest Festival on Sunday October 4th 2020

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Week beginning 28th September place a wheelbarrow on your
front garden. Get a list of food for a foodbank here >>> and tape it to the wheelbarrow. Deliver all food to St. Nicholas Church Codsall on Friday 2nd October between 10am—4pm. The food will be distributed to local families & Foodbank

St Nicholas Church is now open for private prayer on Wednesdays between 2 -4 pm.

Our Sunday 9:30 Worship may be seen live on YouTube here >>>

You may also come to church at 9:30. However there are limited spaces and requests to attend must go through a booking system. Please watch this video on our YouTube channel for details here >>>
Given the current restrictions in place, St Peter’s Church is unfortunately closed to the public until further notice. Communion is being held in St Peter’s Church Hall from time to time.

For all enquiries please call 01902 842168

We hope that you will be able to join us in Worship either on-line on Sunday morning or in person, continuing to feel part of the community and our Church Family at this uncertain time.
May God continue to bless you, your family and friends in staying safe and well.

Normally we would have had special services and events during this time but of course that is not possible. Instead I am urging you to pray for God’s Kingdom using some or all of the activities in this leaflet here >>>

Asking for your help. I do understand that lots of people are under great strain at present and have significant financial worries, but I am worried that the break in public services, weddings and baptisms will have a disastrous affect on our cash flow as a church. Please continue to give as you are able. And if you can sign up to the parish direct giving scheme that would be fantastic. Thanks! Revd. Marg

These are very unusual times and I will, as your Priest, hold us all in my daily prayers. Weekly prayers may be found here
Love and prayers

Rev’d. Marg Mattocks

Becoming rooted in God, growing together in faith, reaching out with love.