Newsletter


HARSTON, HAUXTON AND NEWTON – 25 July 2021
www.harstonhauxtonnewton.org.uk


This Sunday
25 July Eight Sunday after Trinity, James the Apostle
9.00 am Newton Morning Prayer 

Next Sunday
1 August Ninth Sunday after Trinity
10.00 am Harston Holy Communion in Church and by Zoom


Please pray for: those in hospital, those in residential care, those being cared for at home, and the housebound.

Compline on Tuesdays
Compline will take place in St Margaret’s Newton from 7.30-8.00 pm each Tuesday.

Treasure Hunters - August onwards
Aimed at young families and taking place on the first Sunday of each month (i.e. 1 August and 5 September) at 4.15pm at St Margaret’s Newton and on the third Sunday (15 August and 19 September) at 4.15pm at All Saints' Harston: half an hour of exploring outside, with a story.

Pop-up play-tots - August
On Thursdays 12, 19 & 26 August there will be holiday play sessions for young families at Harston church at 10-11.30am, with messy play, stories and a trail.

Pop up play

The Big Breakfast - 22 August 2021 
Holy Communion at 9.00 am at St Margaret's Church Newton, followed by Breakfast in the garden of Nina and Stuart Kay. This event is free, with donations in support of Church Funds. All villagers are welcome to the Breakfast and anyone who has also attended the service.

Cambridgeshire Historic Churches Trust Ride and Stride - 11 September 2021
Information available from Sarah Coe at sarahcoe@btinternet.com or 07711950641.

All Saints' Open Day 18 September 2021
2.00-5.00 pm
Exhibition of the Church Restoration, self-guided tours of the Church, refreshments, tours of the churchyard, activities for children and produce stall. This stall will offer delicious things for sale.  All contributions very welcome.  Chutneys, jams, pickles, cakes and more….!

Produce

7.30 pm Concert 
Given by Prime Brass.

PBrassHQ

Health and Safety update

The changes to our current practice and that differ from our ‘usual' practice are the following:

  • We will continue to sanitise our hands on arrival and will ensure the best ventilation possible
  • We are asked to use the Tests and Trace QR code but do not need to 'sign in' on the list on arrival
  • We will continue to wear face masks but are permitted to sing behind them
  • We will receive the bread dipped by the minister in the sacramental wine = tincture
  • We may share the peace
  • We may socialise in the church providing our numbers are small and we keep our distance from one another

Contacting Susan
Rev’d Susan works part time as assistant priest for Harston, Hauxton and Newton, and for the other three days is studying towards an MA in Theology, Ministry and Mission.
This year is her last MA year and whilst working on her dissertation (which finishes in September) she intends to work Monday. Thursday and Sunday on Parish work. Outside these times she will not be routinely answering emails. 
However, the best way to contact is by email revroses@icloud.com