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New Families & Children’s Workers Posts Available

by Vicar

St Saviour’s and St Mark’s are seeking to appoint two part time Families & Children’s Workers. The Person & Job Description and the Application Forms are available to download here:   families-worker-job-description-person-specification-2016 families-worker-application-form-2016 Applications have to be in by Friday 19th November and the interviews will be held on Saturday 26th November. Simon, Vicar

Reader in Training Joins St Saviour’s

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We welcome Michael Armes to St Saviour’s.  Michael is training to become a Reader and is on a placement with us until Christmas as part of his training.  His home parish is Thurgoland.  We hope that his time amongst us is profitable and we look forward to seeing him in the months ahead. Simon, Vicar

St Mark’s Readers

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Our sister Church, St Mark’s Grenoside, recently celebrated the licensing of three people to be Readers.  Helen Spooner, Chris Knight and Helen Knight have now completed three year’s training and were launched by the Bishop of Doncaster at the Cathedral.  All of us at St Saviour’s offer our congratulations and God’s blessing to them. Simon, […]

Little Angels

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St Saviour’s Church has a midweek Toddler Group called Little Angels.  This group has been running for many years but has recently had a change of leadership.  The group meets on Thursday mornings in the church hall between 9.30 and 11.00am.  The leader is Maureen Jennings and she can be contacted on 0114 246 2383 […]

A Helping Hand at our Allotment

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St Saviour’s Community Project allotment recently had a visit from team from Cariillion, the construction company. This was part of their staff development programme. They gave us some resources and put in a lot of hard work improving the allotment.  We thank the team for all their hard work in giving and building more raised beds […]

Summer Party

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It is with regret that we announce that the Summer Party (formerly the Genesis II Party) has been postponed. Unfortunately a lot of the key organisers are away this weekend.  It will now be held on Sunday 4th September. Simon, Vicar

High Green and the Battle of the Somme

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Today we commemorate the beginning of the Battle of the Somme.  Seared into the public memory of our country, the opening day of the battle saw the greatest casualty list in British military history.  The battle has High Green links for two local men died in that terrible clash of armies.  They were: Colin Platts […]