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Dear Church Family (updated 31.7.20)


Chris Park

Excellent news! Chris begins his phased return to work from the beginning of August. He will be working three mornings a week during August, increasing in September and October. Chris is still shielding but expect to see him leading livestreamed worship from home very soon.


Private Prayer at All Saints - Saturday morning 10.00 am - 12.00 noon

All Saints will be open for private prayer on Saturday mornings unless there is a funeral service or wedding scheduled to take place within 72 hours. Thank you very much to everyone who volunteered to make this possible. Please remember to bring your mask.


Sunday Worship and Daily Prayer

Livestreamed Daily Prayer on Monday - Saturday at 12.00 noon as usual on Facebook, with Sunday Worship on 2nd August at 10.30 am. The Daily Prayer sheet is here and Sunday Supplement is here.


After-Church Coffee and Chat - Sunday 2nd August

Hosted by Dot Bevington. Here’s the link:

Meeting ID: 861 0737 3243   Password: Coffee


Holy Communion - Sundays 4.00 pm at St Andrew’s

If you would like to join in the Communion service, please contact the church office (before 1pm on Fridays) to book your place. A simple ‘said’ service lasting 30 minutes. We are being scrupulous about social distancing hence the booking arrangements. Please remember to bring your mask. For those who have been carefully setting aside their weekly offering until we return to church there is a collection plate available. Please note, there will not be a Communion service on 23 or 30 August.


Parish Prayer - Sunday 2 August

From now on there will be one Parish Prayer meeting by Zoom on the first Sunday of each month. We aim to pray for about 40 minutes. It’s the same link each time:

Meeting ID: 818 7937 5546  Password: Pray


New Wine Live - Sunday 2nd August

Instead of our usual Sunday Night Live on Facebook with Hannah and James, we would like to encourage you to join in with the New Wine Live Evening Celebration with Archbishop Justin Welby.  "As the world changes, how do we - and our churches - adapt? What is God saying and how can we go forward with hope and confidence into the future?"

All the information you need can be found here


New Wine Online continues - Thursday 30 July - Monday 3 August

United Breaks Out is New Wine online, completely free. There is no need to book in for most sessions. All information is on the website at including a full schedule and a link to the YouTube channel where we can watch the events live or catch up any time.


Diocese of York - TheNews

TheNews is a Diocesan Newsletter containing selected items from the Diocesan Website. You can read it here


Caring for Life

The latest prayer requests from Caring for Life can be found here


Old Smart Phones

Refugee Action York is supporting a large group of asylum seekers who have recently arrived in York.  They would greatly benefit from access to a smartphone which enables them to contact family, to access translated information about Covid 19, and to access support such as English classes. Do you have an old phone you could give? Phones need to be in working order, unlocked, with no passwords, and ideally with factory settings restored. There are several drop-off points across the city - email or text 07545 060694 for information about the nearest.


York School of Ministry

YSOM offers courses on behalf of the Diocese of York for lay ministers and anyone else who would like to explore more about their faith and discipleship. Courses starting in September will initially be offered online. Check out the website at



God bless






Copies of the recent Faith Link magazines can be found here:

July-Aug 2020

June 2020

May 2020

© 2019

The Parochial Church Council of the Ecclesiastical Parish of Huntington, Earswick & New Earswick, York. 

Charity Reg No. 1130268

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