‘Do not be afraid, daughter of Zion. Look, your king is coming, sitting on a donkey’s colt!’ John 12:15
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This weeks Bible readings:
- Philippians 2:5-11
- John 12:12-16
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Hedgehogs are Coming!
The hedgehogs are coming to UPC woodland inearly April!When light levels are low, or even dark,our hedgehogs will travel up to one mile in searchof food; insects, earthworms, slugs and snails. Thebest way we can protect them is to make our churchyard healthy; chemical free gardens, biodiverse meadows and eco-friendly woodland. Until they can find all our tasty bugs & slugs, we will placespecial hoglet food in our hedgehog woodland homes. Can you help set outtheir homes? Do you want to greet two weened hoglets? Thus far, we havethree families offering to gather in the churchyard on the day of arrival, you canjoin in too! We will announce the exact day and time in the Church Life.Contact Alice Barrett at firstname.lastname@example.org or Linda Polley email@example.com if you are interested or want to know more.
A CROSS OF FLOWERS
We would love you to join us in putting a flower in the cross this Easter. The cross will be outside in the church garden this year so tell your friends about this socially distanced way of marking Easter.
As you are all well aware we have, and continue to go through difficulttimes, with everyday lives variously disrupted. This of course has affected worship greatly, as we have been unable to meet together in Church (apart from a limited period last year). This has had a significant effect on giving, particularly those doing so by Weekly Envelope.
We are extremely grateful and blessed by those who have continued to give via the bank and standing order. We are also grateful for those that used to give regularly by envelope changing to bank payment, most of our supporters now doing so. A few, for whatever reason are unwilling or unable to do this, so the new financial year Giving Envelopes are ready, due to start from the beginning of April. These are ready for collection by previous arrangement (phone please), at the Parish Office, usual hours 01229 588081, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. It is hoped we can re-open the Church soon, when the Envelope boxes can be made available there.
Anthony Bryson at email@example.com
Marvellous Monument Mapping Mission
The next stage of our Marvellous Monument Mapping Mission is to verify monument numbers in our churchyard! Volunteers are needed to walk a small area of the yard with paper and pencil in hand to make notes.
This activity is Covid-19 safe, as it is done on your own time, in your own area. Contact Kristen O’Brien at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested, willing and able to help.
It is that magical time of year when flowers, Mother Nature and gardeners all gather in the churchyard! There is a wide range of activities to satisfy all interests and energy levels. If you enjoy working in the garden, please do consider joining us! Some of us meet on Wednesdays 1:30-3:30pm. Others meet on Friday mornings. Others still, visit as their schedule allows. Tea in the Garden is served (bring your own during Covid restrictions) Wednesdays 3:30-4:00pm. Consider being a part of our beautiful churchyard team!
We are having an Easter hunt in the church garden for families. Why don’t you come and see if you can find one of our family goody bags
on Saturday 3rd and Sunday 4th April. Each pack has lots of fun for a family with children aged between 3-ll yrs and gives an explanation as to what Easter is all about.
FACEBOOK GROUPS you might find useful
‘Ulverston Parish Church’
‘UPC – Church Family’
‘Faith 4 Furness Families’
‘Self Isolation Ulverston’
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