Coronavirus update

5th July 2020.  Although it is now permitted, St Andrews and St Matthews are not open for worship yet. So we will keep going virtually until that happy day arrives.

19th June 2020.  A message from our churchwardens.

The government has said that churches can now re-open for private prayer.

You can appreciate that it is not as simple as just opening the door.

We need to keep people safe and are working towards this.  We will keep you informed when we are able to open.

 

For  Safeguarding please go to https://derby.anglican.org/en/safeguarding.html

CORONAVIRUS

19th March 2020.  We regret to announce that there will be no public worship in St. Andrew’s Church Swanwick and St. Matthew’s Church Pentrich with immediate effect and until further notice.  The Wednesday morning service of communion at the Old School House Swanwick will also not take place.  As soon as restrictions are lifted we will announce the resumption of services.   Please call churchwarden Anne Veale on 01773 603524 if you have any worries or queries.   Keep safe everyone, you are all in our prayers.

The Vicar is currently on leave of absence so please for the time being call the administration office on 01773 541458 and leave your name, contact number and details of your request.   Call-backs will be arranged as quickly as possible – the office is  also manned on Monday and Thursday mornings.  Effective 16th December 2019 and until further notice, we have new contact details for wedding enquiries, bookings, information – everything to do with weddings.  Please go to our contact page for full information.  

Services in St. Andrew’s Church Swanwick and St. Matthew’s Church Pentrich,  March 2020

Sunday 1st March – Swanwick, 8am Holy Communion, 11am “All Together” service, Pentrich, 9.30am Holy Communion, 6pm Sacred Space.

Monday 2nd March – 9.20-10am Tea and Toast with story and song, for toddlers and their parents/carers

Sunday 8th March:  Pentrich 9.30am Holy Communion.  Swanwick  11am Holy Communion, then 4pm “Crossroads” with families in mind – this week it’s all about Ruth and Naomi

Sunday 15th March:   Swanwick 8am and 11am Holy Communion: Pentrich 9.30 am Holy Communion.

Sunday  22nd March: Swanwick 11am Holy Communion: 4pm Crossroads with families in mind, this week “Mum’s the Word”   Pentrich 9.30am Holy Communion.

Sunday 29th March: 11am Service of Holy Communion in St. Andrew’s Swanwick, with Swanwick and Pentrich churches worshipping together.  No service in Pentrich on 29th March.

Monday 30th March – 9.20-10am Tea and Toast with story and song, for toddlers and their parents/carers.

 

PLEASE NOTE – ON SUNDAY 16TH FEBRUARY THERE WILL BE NO 8am SERVICE OF HOLY COMMUNION.

The 11am service will take place as usual.

Many thanks to all those who attended the Lunchtime Organ Recital on 8th February.  Martyn Noble’s very varied programme was enjoyed by all, and his playing goes from strength to strength.  Martyn is back next year – February 13th in St. Andrew’s Church.  Our next musical offering in St. Andrew’s is on Saturday 27th June – the “Last Night of the Proms” brass band and organ concert.  Not to be missed!  Please contact us via the website if you would like a reminder by email.   But before then we have the Snowdrop Tea in Pentrich to look forward to on 15th February

Tuesday February 25th – St. Matthew’s Church present their annual Snowdrop Tea in Pentrich Village Hall, 3pm to 5pm, £6.00

Services in St. Andrew’s Church Swanwick and St. Matthew’s Church Pentrich,  February 2020

Sunday 2nd February – Swanwick, 8am Holy Communion, 11am “All Together” service, Pentrich, 9.30am Holy Communion, 6pm Sacred Space.

Sunday 9th February: Pentrich 9.30am Holy Communion.  Swanwick  11am Holy Communion, then 4pm “Crossroads” with families in mind – this week the theme is “Being Chosen”

Sunday 16th February:  Swanwick 8am and 11am Holy Communion: Pentrich 9.30 am Holy Communion.

Sunday  23rd February: Swanwick 11am Holy Communion: 4pm Crossroads with families in mind – “Pancake Party!”   Pentrich 9.30am Holy Communion.

Tuesday February 25th – St. Matthew’s Church present their annual Snowdrop Tea in Pentrich Village Hall, 3pm to 5pm, £6.00

Wednesday February 26th in the Old School House, 22 The Green, Swanwick – 10am Ash Wednesday Service of Holy Communion

 

We are a community whose aim is to share the good news of Jesus’ love for all people through worship, Bible study, prayer, friendship, fellowship and fun.

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