Do you have excellent administration skills but long for a role that involves meeting and connecting with people?
Do you have a passion for helping local churches and communities find common ground in helping each other?
Do you enjoy working in a varied team of employees and volunteers towards a shared goal?
If so, please consider applying for this newly created role at St Columba and Stephen Hill Churches, Crosspool, Sheffield.
We are looking to appoint a Church & Community Support Worker for 16 hours a week for a minimum term of 3 years. We can offer flexible hours but do require some evening and weekend work. For further information please contact, firstname.lastname@example.org or 07711 500 962, who will be pleased to send you the Job Spec and Person Profile, and if helpful, chat through this new role.
To apply please send your CV and a covering letter to Clare Fowler, PCC Secretary, St Columba’s Church, 503 Manchester Road, Crosspool, Sheffield S10 5PL
Closing date for applications is 14th October 2022
This Sunday, September 18th, Services at St Columba and Stephen Hill Church Crosspool Sheffield
St Columba’s Church, 10.30am service, lasting about an hour, is Holy Communion led by Steve Ellis, with Ian Parkinson, Associate Archdeacon, preaching and presiding. During the service, there will be a minute of silence in memory of Queen Elizabeth II, and the intercessions will include prayers of thanksgiving for the Queen’s reign, of support for the royal family, the nation in mourning, and for our new King Charles III.
Stephen Hill Church 6.00pm, as suggested by the archbishops for the eve of Her Majesty’s funeral, a short service of prayer and reflection lead by Steve Ellis.
Of course, All Are Welcome to either or both services!
Over 70 wonderful exhibits from very talented Crosspool folk were on display last Thursday at St. Columba Church. The four judges were impressed with the range and quality of entries. There was also a display by Mavis Roadhouse on using silk, a very complicated and delicate skill. The winners each received a certificate and a cash prize sponsored by Crosspool Estate Agents, Cocker & Carr.
The winners were: Craft Sandra Bousted for her hand made journal made from recycled materials. Art under 16s: an exceptional and brilliant portrait drawing by Neha Chonkar. Art adults: Rosalie Hoyland ‘smoke scene, sparks and soot’. Photography under 16s: Kai Haste-Wain’s image of a resting bee. Photography adults: Louise Cousins for her picture of Hallam FC players celebrating winning the league in the snow! Cake Baking under 16s: Thomas Hague Adults: Ken Rutter.
An Afternoon of Fun, Activities & Musical entertainment for the Whole Family
On the Sports Field a variety of over twenty Stalls along with – Bouncy Castle/Slide; Coconut Shy: Tin-Can: Alley: Splat the Rat: Huck-a-Duck: Pirate and the Princess: Plants & Flowers: Traditional Barrel Organ: Bar: Burger Bar: a Band, and The Holly Hagg Alpaca’s
In the Hall – Tombola: Brica Brac stall: Book stall: Jewellery stall: The Illustrious Belly Dancer, Dee and the children’s favourite entertainer, Barney Baloney with Henry
Entrance:- Adults 50P Children free
Crosspool W. I. Fashion Show Stephen Hill Church, Manchester Road, Crosspool , 3.00pm – 5.00pm Tickets £5 (incl. refreshments) Tickets from Crosspool Pet Supplies or on the Door.
Festival Family Fun St Columbia’s Church.Manchester Road, Crosspool Circus Activities and a Film Show “The Greatest Showman” 7.00pm -9.00pm Tuck Shop. Suggested Donation £3
Sportsman (ember inn), Benty Lane, Crosspool Live music with Simon Cottingham 9.00pm -11.00pm Collection for Festival Charities
Bumps, Bairns & Babies singalong St Columba’s Church, Crosspool 10.30am -11.30am Join their lovely welcoming weekly toddler group, where you can meet in an informal way and enjoy making new friendships in the community.
Not long to go before the start of the Crosspool Festival Week
The festival kicks off Friday 24th June at 6.15pm, with the Stephen Hill Church, Beavers & Cubs Flag parade along Benty Lane. The parade will arrive at 6.30pm for the Well Dressing dedication service on the grass verge at the junction of Selborne Road and Watt Lane.
Supporting the RNLI Filey Lifeboat & Sheffield Young Carers, the Sheffield Folk Chorale will be in concert at 7.30pm in Stephen Hill Church. To be sure of a ticket, please contact Bob Tele: 230 3207 or Roger Tele: 230 6194, suggested minimum Donation £6.
Art, Craft & Photography exhibitors, this is the last week for handing in your entries for the Crosspool Festival exhibition/competition. There are two categories for each: – under 16yrs & over 16yrs. Enter up to two creations in one or more of the Art, Craft & Photography sections. You have until this Friday 24th June to drop off your entries at Cocker & Carr Estate Agents.
Cake Baking and Cup Cake Decorating, entries can be handed in at St Columba’s Church on Tuesday 28th June from 6pm to 7 pm or on Wednesday 29th June from 9am to 10am. Cake Baking has two categories: – under 16yrs & over 16yrs. Cup Cake decorating has two categories:- Under-fives & Five to eleven yrs.
As part of their contribution to the Crosspool Festival, the Tapton Hill Congregational Church will be showing two short Buster Keaton films, on Tuesday, June 28th at 7pm
Jonny Best, a lively piano player who regularly plays for the Yorkshire Silent Film Festival, will accompany these very funny and popular silent films. Remember the days when we used to talk and laugh with our best friends? Pop along to the Tapton Church for a good night out with new & old friends. Popcorn will be available. All donations will benefit the Festival charities.