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Sunday 3 April – 11.00 Morning Worship
Palm Sunday 10 April – 11.00 All Age Worship [not Communion]
Tuesday 12 April – 7.30 Holy Week Night Prayer
Maundy Thursday 14 April – 6.00 Shared Informal Communion at St Michael’s joined by West Lane Baptist Church
Good Friday 15 April – 2.00 Shared Service of the Cross at West Lane Baptist Church – 4.00 Children’s Hot Cross Bun + at St James’
Easter Day 17 April – 11.00 Easter Communion [not Morning Worship]
Sunday 24 April – 11.00 Holy Communion
Friday 29 April – 7.30 Hattricks Concert for Ukraine
Sunday 1 May – 11.00 Morning Worship
And our Curate (The Revd Anthony Bennett) will be about a little less than he has been as for a few months he will be giving half his time (including the majority of Sunday mornings) to supporting ministry in Steeton (where there is no Vicar at present).
Wednesday 2 March – Holy Communion with use of ash both morning (9.30 a.m. at St James’, Cross Roads) and evening (6.30 p.m. at St Gabriel’s, Stanbury)
Each Sunday at 11.00 a.m.
Sunday 6 March – All Age Worship for the first Sunday in Lent
Sunday 13 March – Holy Communion
Sunday 20 March – Morning Worship
Sunday 27 March – Holy Communion
Sunday 3 April – Morning Worship
Fish and Chip Supper – Friday 18 March
St Michael’s first social event since lockdown at 7.00 p.m. at the Old School Room, with music, a light hearted quiz and an opportunity to chat. Do bring or invite others. Tickets (£8.50 including a drink) from Peter and Hilary Breed (646873) or John Huxley (642264).
We continue to walk cautiously in 2022 with our 11.00 service on Sundays continuing with the usual social-distancing and mask-wearing precautions (and with the mid-week Communion each Wednesday at 9.30 at St James’, Cross Roads being live streamed on Facebook).
Sunday 6 February – Morning Worship at 11.00
Sunday 13 February – Holy Communion at 11.00
Sunday 20 February – Morning Worship at 11.00
Sunday 27 February – Holy Communion at 11.00
This has now been arranged for 1.00 on Wednesday 22 December at St Michael’s; the Bishop of Bradford will lead the service. We’ll look at the expected numbers and the Covid-safe capacity of the church and see whether or not we will need to ask those from our own parishes (over and above those the family will know are coming) to book places.