St Peter’s Church Annual Meeting

St Peter’s Church will be holding its annual meeting on Sunday 15th May 2022 at 7.30pm. The meeting will be held in the Church. At this meeting, parishioners will be invited to elect two Churchwardens and two members to serve on the Parochial Church Council (PCC) for three years. We will also receive the annual report and answer any questions you may have about the life of St Peter’s Church here in Mountsorrel.

Nomination forms for Churchwarden and PCC membership are available in the Church, by request or on the following links: churchwarden nomination form / pcc nomination form. Completed forms should be returned to Revd Colin Resch before the start of the meeting. If you would like an informal chat about the role of Churchwarden or PCC member, please contact Revd Colin Resch on 0116 429 9946.

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Sunbeams is back!

After an extended Easter break, Sunbeams is now back!

Mondays 9.30-11am and Wednesdays 10-11.30am.

We look forward to welcoming you and your little ones for play, a story from the bible, singing time and of course a good chat and hot drinks!

No need to book anymore so just come along any Monday or Wednesday

Fun@4

At Fun@4 on Sunday, we enjoyed lots of activities on the theme of the Queen’s Jubilee. Helen, who can (just) remember the actual Coronation brought lots of interesting things for us to look at and told us of her memories including going to a neighbours house to watch it on their black & white television!

Look out for the bunting we created on Jubilee weekend!

Christ Church Annual Meeting

Christ Church will be holding its annual meeting on Sunday 8th May 2022 at 12 noon (or soon after). The meeting will be held in the Church. At this meeting, parishioners will be invited to elect two Churchwardens and two members to serve on the Parochial Church Council (PCC) for three years and one member for two years. We will also receive the annual report and answer any questions you may have about the life of Christ Church here in Mountsorrel.

Nomination forms for Churchwarden and PCC membership are available in the Church, by request or on the following links: churchwarden nomination form / pcc nomination form. Completed forms should be returned to Revd Colin Resch before the start of the meeting. If you would like an informal chat about the role of Churchwarden or PCC member, please contact Revd Colin Resch on 0116 429 9946.

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Muddy Church

On Saturday 16th April, we gathered in the orchard behind Christ Church for our first Muddy Church. Singing around the fire, smores and nature activities were enjoyed by everyone from toddlers to seniors! Little ones particularly enjoyed the muddy patch play and lots of us had a go at painting stones, as well as enjoying a scavenger hunt and Easter egg trail.

Muddy Church is for everyone, it takes place whatever the weather and is an hour spent in nature which can be enjoyed as a family or an individual. There’s people to chat with, activities to take part in, or you can simply come and sit quietly and enjoy the outdoors. Our next Muddy Church is on Saturday 21st May and everyone is welcome!

Tree of Life

Thank you Fun@4
At our Messy Church session on Sunday 3rd April, the congregation created some beautiful bead crosses, flowers, butterflies and snakes which they then used to decorate a dead branch and bring it to life showing how God can bring life from the dead.

We heard the good news of Jesus coming to life again after willingly giving his life for us.

The Tree of Life is now on display in the Church .

Vigil for Ukraine

It was a cold evening, but still the people of Mountsorrel gathered on the green to hold a vigil for the people of Ukraine. The event which was organised by the Churches Together in Mountsorrel saw people gather for readings, real-life stories from the situation in Ukraine, silence and prayers. Candles were lit as a symbol of our prayers and Ukrainian flags were ‘planted’ on The Green as a symbol of our commitment to strive for peace.

Our grateful thanks go to the Parish Council for their permission to use The Green for this event and for permission to leave the flags planted as a reminder.

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