Friday, 14 April 2017

Newsletter 2017_12


CONTACT: Revd Peter Mander   01830 520212

Church Services

(16th April)
9.00 am: Holy Communion,  St Francis Byrness
11.00 am: Parish Communion,St John the Evangelist Otterburn

Wednesday 19th April
10.00 am: Holy Communion

9.00 am Holy Communion, Holy Trinity Horsley
11.00 am Mattins, Elsdon

Wednesday 26th April
10.00 am: Holy Communion with prayer and the laying on of hands for healing

3.00 pm: Service of Celebration and Blessing of the Restored Organ at Holy Trinity Horsley
Music, readings and prayer.
With Bishop Christine

Parishioners of Elsdon, Otterburn, Horsley and Byrness who wish to receive communion on 30th April can do so at the Holy Communion Service at All Saints West Woodburn at 11.00 am

Church Events

Thursday 20th April
7.00 pm:
Horsley with Byrness Annual Parochial Church Meeting
Rochester Village Hall

(preceded by a short meeting at 6.30pm of the PCC to elect churchwardens and approve the financial statement)

Friday 21st April
7.00 pm: Otterburn Pig Race
Otterburn Memorial Hall
Don’t miss it!
(see advert below)

Thursday 27th April
2.00 pm
Elsdon Annual Parochial Church Meeting
St Cuthbert’s Church

Thursday 27th April
6.00 pm
Otterburn Annual Parochial Church Meeting
St John the Evangelist Church

Send information of Community events to

“Saturday, 15th April – The Tea Set – Come along and enjoy an Easter afternoon tea in Elsdon Village Hall between 2pm and 4pm.  £5 per person.  Proceeds in aid of Elsdon Village Projects.   For further information, contact Rita (01830 520415) or Carol (01830 520560).
“Friday, 21st April - Elsdon Film Club - Hell or High Water - With their mother recently deceased and their family’s West Texas farm facing foreclosure, two Brothers — ex-con Tanner (Ben Foster) and divorced dad Toby (Chris Pine) — embark on an audacious bank-robbing spree to raise some cash. The only thing in their way? A wily Texas Ranger (Jeff Bridges) and his put-upon partner.    Directed by David Mackenzie.  2015 (Cert 15)  Doors Open: 7pm. Elsdon Village Hall.  Films start 7.30pm.  ADMISSION £4.  Sweets and refreshments available.  Empire magazine said: “Taut, tense and burnished by Jeff Bridges at his best. This is a deceptively simple tale of Texan cops and robbers that drags the Old West into the modern age” .

Can you spare a few groceries
or other essential items for the Newcastle West End Foodbank?
The need is especially great at the moment
after the Christmas rush.
There is a box at the back of St John’s Otterburn where you can drop of items, which will be regularly collected.

To find out more about what is most needed and other ways in which you can help visit their website
by clicking the image below

Past editions of Redesdale Rites can be found
by clicking on the link below

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