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April 2018





The latest issue of the St Cuthbert’s magazine, Across the Parish, covering Mid February to April has been published.  To read it online go to this page.



North Lakes Food Bank

There is a continuing need for everyday  food commodities such as tinned meat, fish and vegetables, baked beans, cereal, tea, coffee, jam, marmalade and sugar as well as for basic toiletries.

Items can be donated at St Cuthbert’s and the Methodist Churches in Seascale.  Many supermarkets and shops in Whitehaven, Workington and Egremont also have green bins for collections.




























Sunday Services in April are at Seascale Methodist Church.

There is a regular Sunday Service at 10am and a United Evening Service at 6.30pm.

On Wedesday mornings there is a 10.30am Said Holy Communion Service at St Cuthbert’s Church.


St Cuthberts Annual Parish Meeting will be held on Monday 16 April at 7.30pm in Seascale Methodist Hall.  All Parishioners are invited to attend.

            





The Annual General Meeting of

Churches Together in Seascale and District will be held on Thursday 19 April at 7.30pm in the Methodist Hall.  The (short) business of the meeting will be followed by refreshments and entertainment: Only Connect - Our Churches.  All are invited.

                   

 in SEASCALE & DISTRICT

in SEASCALE & DISTRICT

in SEASCALE & DISTRICT




 



The Annual General Meeting of Churches Together in Seascale and Diastrict will be held on Thursday 19 April at 7.30pm in Seascale Methodist Hall.  The (short) business of the meeting will be followed by refreshments and entertainment : Only Connect - Our Churches.

All are invited.


 in SEASCALE &DISTRICT

in SEASCALE & DISTRICT

in SEASCALE & DISTRICT















Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Born February 4 1906, Breslau, Germany (now Wrocław, Poland) executed by hanging

 9 April 1945, Flossenbürg Concentration Camp, Germany.  

He was a German Protestant theologian important for his support of ecumenism and his view of Christianity’s role in a secular world.  His vociferous opposition to Nazism and his involvement with German Resistance led to his arrest in 1943 and finally to his execution.

This statue of him is one of a group of ten modern martyrs above the west entrance to Westminster Abbey.