To view or download Youth and Children's work Pathway 2024 beginning in June 2024

I’m going to be running a Lent course this year at the Trinity centre on Wednesday evenings. 
We will be following Watch and Pray, a course informed by the 2024 Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent book, 
The sessions start on the 21st February at 7.30pm for 5 weeks. 
Please do invite your congregations if you’d like to.
If anyone is willing to share in the leading, I’d be very grateful. 
All good wishes
The Rev’d Canon Becky Stephens
Priest in Charge of Holy Trinity, Sutton Coldfield
Vicar of St Peter’s, Maney
Come and join in, as we prepare for Holy Week, whilst raising funds for our mission partnership in Malawi on Saturday 23rd March, 2:00-4:30pm, 
in St. Peter’s Church Hall. 
Spend an afternoon with Naomi Johnson learning the art of creating your very own Easter candle whilst enjoying refreshments.
Just try not to drop your paint brush in your cup of tea! 
£8.00 per person. All materials supplied. No drawing skills required, just a willingness to follow basic instructions and have fun.
Painting between the lines is entirely optional. 
Please sign up by emailing Jess on by Saturday 9th March
 St Columba's Coffee MorningSt Peter's Coffee Morning
New Testament Study
Birmingham Festival Choral SocietyBFCS Concerts
I am working with the local Ukrainian support group in Sutton Coldfield and would like to ask the Emmanuel Community if there are any folk who would be able to support the group's activities or sponsor a person or family, ie offer them accommodation under the government scheme,  (there is a wealth of expertise within the group to provide guidance through the processes and the inevitable bureaucracy).  
Those of us who are not sponsoring guests directly can provide support in other ways, eg helping at English lessons, writing CVS, taking to job fairs, form filling, applying for school places, helping to find more permanent accommodation & white goods, organising social events etc etc. 
It's been humbling to see how committed the local sponsors are and an eye opener to recognise how much support is needed for these displaced families who, despite it being no longer front page news, continue to seek refuge from the horrors they have experienced.
Please contact me directly if you would like any further information.
Thank you
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