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Thinking about our life today as a Church Community and planning for the future is all part of the Mission Action Planning (MAP) process. As part of our work we have put together this statement which we hope brings together the Mission and Vision we all share in.

We seek to be a mission driven Church, sharing God's love in order to serv e the whole community: Endeavouring to support, cherish, nurture, educate, enlighten and facilitate our personal growth and by doing so introduce others to Christ and the Christian Faith.



Macmillan Coffee Afternoon - Saturday 21st September from 13:00 - 15:00- with raffle. All donations of cakes and raffle prizes will be gratefully received. So come along and have a chat and gossip with some lovely people.

Friday 4th October 19:00 start. A family quiz night in the Mission Hall. Tickets now on sale £5 adults, £3.50 children which incudes a potato pie supper. When getting tickets please advise if vegetarian. Please bring your own alcohol. Soft drinks will be available to buy. Enquiries to: 07793 679254

Friday 18th October 19:00 start. A Whurlitzer organ concert in church to riased money for much needed repairs to our organ. There will be a variety of popular music also a sing along section. Tickets £5.00 all enquiries to 07793 679254.

For Your Prayers

For those to be baptised here today - Olly Joseph Slack, Jack Andrew Wrigley

For those who were married here yesterday -

The sick and those facing adversity especially - Paul Booth, Alan Bradley, Christine Hopwood, Lorraine Sidebottom, Sarah Barton, Mark Douglas, Dorothy Platt, Peter Flynn, Sam McDonald, Ron McManus, Norah McConnell, Louise, Dave and Baby Amelia May

Flowers at the foot of the cross are given in loving memory of

The flowers by the book of remembrance are in loving memory of

The recently Departed -

For those who anniversaries occur at this time - Norman Ganner, Baby Laing, Amy Middleton, Eric Boulton, Vera Boulton, Lavina Dawes, Charles Daniels, Helena Andrews, Lawrence S. Deighton, John Wright, Arnold Nightingale, Mary Nightingale

Universal Prayer Intention for





Community in Failsworth

Sunday - Samuel Street Our Church and Parish

Monday - School Road Our Parish Schools and all young people

Tuesday - Shepley Street Our Shops and local Businesses

Wednesday - Silverbirch Way Our Health Centres

Thursday - Simister Road Local employers and those seeking work

Friday - Slater Street The Elderley and those living alone

Saturday - Springfield Close Our Young Families

Parish Priest : Fr. Jonathan Elcock

Tel. 0161 683 4196

Email. failsworthstjohn@aol.com


THE ELECTORAL ROLL IS BEING REVISED DURING MARCH 2019 - now completed and up to date

If you have been an habitual worshipper at St John's over the last six months you are eligible for inclusion on the Electoral Roll.

If you wish to be entered on the Roll or amend your entry please see Christine Booth - Electoral Roll Officer

St. John the Evangelist