St Augustine, Skirlaugh


Forthcoming Services All Welcome



Sunday 27th November 9.30am Holy Communion : celebrant : Rev David Messer


Sunday 4th December 9.30am Methodist Holy Communion : celebrant : Rev Bill Anderson


Sunday 11th December 9.30am Holy Communion : celebrant : Rev David Messer




Skirlaugh Scruffts

Photographer Linda has uploaded the photos from the dog show, click here to see them.

After opening the link, you can view them a little better if you go to the top right of the page where there are some little squares and click on the squares icon. It will change the view so you can see them slightly bigger. If you see one you like click on it and once it's loaded there is a download button at the top to click on.

Skirlaugh & District

Local History Society

programme for 2022


For more information email

skirlaughlhs@gmail.com


Please Help with goods or cash. Collection box in St Augustine's Church.

Click for a list of what they need for Ukraine.

MEDICAL

Paracetamol / Ibuprofen / Cold & Flu treatment

Antiseptic cream / barrier cream

Bandages / sterile dressings / surgical tape / wound closure strips

Lozenges / Calpol / cough syrup / Vicks vapour rub

Multi vitamins / first aid kits

FOOD / DRINK

Protein bars / porridge in boxes

3 in 1 coffee sachets / cuppa soups / pasta mug shots, etc

Baby food (dry to mix with water) / baby rusks

Small packets nuts / raisins

Crunchy peanut butter—in plastic not glass

UHT milk—as much as possible

PERSONAL HYGIENE

Paracetamol / toothbrushes / toothpaste

Wet wipes / baby wipes / hand wipes

Face cloths / flannel

Hand wash / hand sanitizer

Shower gel / deodorant

Sanitary items / packs of tissues

CLOTHING

Socks / fingerless mittens / heavy denier tights

Thermals / snoods / warm shoe liners

FOR BABIES

Dummies / bibs / rusks / dry baby food / bottles (no glass)

TOOLS

Spanners / socket sets / wrench / pliers / screwdrivers

Tow ropes / jump leads / spare fuses

OTHER

Torches / waterproof ground sheets / dry bags

Basic £1 reading glasses / mini gas stoves

PETS

Collars / leads / small toys / small bowls

Small bag of treats and small tins of food for dogs, cats, etc

Please feel free to add little message cards/ small teddies / small bags of sweets

At this stage, NO toys, books or shoes as there is only room for essential items

Thank You! Collection box at St Augustine’s Church, Skirlaugh.

The Newsletter

The November Newsletter has been delivered.

Click here to see a downloadable version

Deadline for copy is 5th of the month prior to publication

Prayer

Open for Private Prayer

The Church is OPEN EVERY DAY

Monday to Saturday from 9am to dusk

Sunday from 11am (after the service) to dusk

to allow for private prayer, lighting a candle or quiet reflection.

If you would like us to pray for you, please click here.

Toilet facilities are available

Coffee Shop & "New2You" Shop

Our Cornerstone Coffee Shop is open as usual on Tuesdays from 9.30am to 11.30am serving fresh Fairtrade coffee, tea and home-made cakes and our New2You shop on Tuesdays from 9.30am to 12 noon. Come and grab a bargain! All are welcome.

SAFEGUARDING

The Benefice Safeguarding Officer can be contacted on safeguarding9.stmargarets@gmail.com. Our safeguarding policy can be viewed in church, on request, or on the button below.

The Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser is: Julie O’Hara

01904 699524 & safeguarding@yorkdiocese.org

St Augustine's Church

We are an Anglican and Methodist Local Ecumenical Partnership (LEP) and aim to offer a warm and friendly welcome to everyone.

Our Grade 1 listed church building is one of the finest examples of perpendicular architecture in the country.

Church Giving

Cash or cheques (payable to "St Augustine's, Skirlaugh") can be posted in envelopes through Church Cottage door. Thank You! You can donate online to the appeal here.


Food Bank

In addition to the box in St Augustine's there are also boxes in Costcutter, Skirlaugh and outside 6 Old Forge Way in which you can place items for the Food Bank - but cans and packets of food only. Please help if you can.

They will especially welcome sponge pudding, pasta sauce, UHT fruit juice, tinned fruit, tinned tomatoes, tinned meat and coffee. They have plenty of baked beans and soup.

Foods Bank

Rev Susan Walker

Rev David Messer

Our Clergy

Vicar : Rev David Messer

Methodist Minister: Deacon Jackie Fowler

Deanery Priest : Rev Susan Walker

Reader : Mr John Hallaway

Mr John Hallaway

Deacon Jackie Fowler

For enquiries about weddings or baptisms please contact the Vicar at davidharrymesser93@gmail.com , tel 01964 563987

For funerals, the undertaker will contact clergy directly.