•   ST THOMAS'  NEWHEY  .

    Latest News.1st OCT:-                     SERVICES ARE BACK AT ST THOMAS'

     

    Worship has resumed at St Thomas's   SERVICE TIMES

    SUNDAYS at 11am. HOLY COMMUNION

    & THURSDAY at 10am. HOLY COMMUNION,

    NOTE:  Annual Parochial Church Meeting 31st October at 12 noon. All Welcome 

    COVID 19 PRECAUTIONS:-

    • You must not be part of a group of more than six unless you're from the same household or support bubble.
    • Use sanitizer on entry and exit
    • Scan QR code for NHS Track & Trace and complete church Track & Trace record
    • Wear a mask if not exempt
    • Maintain social distancing regulations of 2 meteres where possible

     

    We are as yet unable to sing but we look forward to meeting in person once more. 

    Please do not feel pressured to attend. If you are unwell, shielding or just not ready to come back yet, we understand.

     

    Revd Janet Pitman,  vicar of St. James' Milnrow and St. Thomas' New Hey.

    Tel 01706 594284/ 07401 344526

    If you have any Covid-19 symptoms, please do not travel or attempt to enter the building.

    To avoid the necessity for extensive cleaning, certain areas of the church will remain closed to the public, this includes the toilet which will not be in use during the above hours.

    Please feel free to pass this information to anyone on your contacts list who may wish to know. Our website and Facebook pages will be updated shortly.

    I will continue to post my reflections on Facebook and livestream Sunday worship as I have been doing until further notice.  

    Newhey:-   is a small village within Rochdale, situated at the foot of the Pennines,  East of Manchester.

    Our beautiful Church recently restored is very light and an ideal setting for Weddings or Baptisms

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    SAFEGUARDING ISSUES

    If you are worried about a child or adult who is being harmed or at risk of being harmed, please contact our Safeguarding officer Laura Smith on

     st-thomas-safeguarding@hotmail.com 

    or the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor, Abbey Clephane-Wilson tel 0161 828 1451 abbey@manchester.anglican.

    for further information see "SAFEGUARDING ISSUES" FOLDER.

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    PLEASE ACT FOR THE HOMELESS, NOW, &

    LEAVE ITEMS AT THE BACK OF CHURCH FOR  :-

    The BOOTH CENTRE it is in need of food items such as pasta, rice, cook in sauces, tinned meat, tuna, beans, porridge oats, sugar, tea, coffee, hot chocolate, cup-a-soups.  They also need underwear; socks, hats, gloves and scarves.  Also they welcome toothbrushes and toothpaste, shampoo and conditioner, shower gel and deodorant.  Razors and shaving foam for the men, and for women, sanitary products and moisturiser.  If you can, please help and support the Booth Centre in their work with the homeless who are living on the streets this winter.

    PS. NO MORE PASTA, BAKED BEANS OR TEA BAGS, FOOD BANK HAS PLENTY THANKS TO YOUR GENEROSITY)

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