We are the FAB parishes - made up of three villages: Finningley, Auckley and Blaxton, and two churches: Holy Trinity and St Oswald, in Finningley and St Saviour in Auckley.

We are friendly and welcoming to all and this is perhaps represented in the diversity of our congregations. Each church has a mix of ages from babies in their 'noughties' to the more mature in their nineties, and each has singles, couples aEveryone is welcome to join and support Hannah as she is
commissioned as our Youth and Families Worker on Sunday the
4th of September, 4:30 pm at St Michael's Church in Rossington.
It will be a short joint service led by the Archdeacon of Doncaster
followed by a bun fight. For more information have a chat with
Neil or Hannah.nd families.

We enjoy a mix of service styles, from the traditional Book of Common Prayer, right through to those with a contemporary feel.
(Please see our church service details for when particular services take place)

We have a good sense of humour, as does our Rector Neil, and have joy in our faith and our fellowship.

The Church has its own facebook page,
www.facebook.com/finningleychurch
and Twitter account:
www.twitter.com/finningleycofe@finningleycofe

www.sheffield.anglican.org
www.cofe.anglican.org

Auckley Church
Auckley Church will be open every Wednesday evening from 7:30-8:30 for quiet prayer. Just drop in anytime and stay as long as you like.

Cats
St. Michael's church in Rossington is running a trip from Rossington to see the production of Cats The Musical at the Lyceum Theatre Sheffield on Wednesday 12th October. Cost of the ticket is 39.50 and the cost of the coach is 8.50 per person. We would be delighted if members of Finningley and Auckley Churches might like to join us. Please contact Margaret Wood as soon as possible on 07711760215 or 01302 536821.

Messy Church
Messy Church is appealing for magazine food pictures please. Also collecting toilet roll cardboard tubes. All for next terms messy church. Thank you to everyone who helps out with our recycling bits, it really does make a difference.
Many thanks Sue.

Diocesan Development Day
Saturday 1st October at St Thomas Church, Philadelphia Campus, Sheffield. The theme this year is Deep & Wide: Thriving as a mixed economy church. Our Development Day will look at how we can grow both new and existing models of church alongside each other? We need to book, so if you would like to go, or know more, please have a word with Neil.

“Sing For your Supper”
Harvest Praise Saturday 1st October 6 pm @ Finningley Please let Neil know if you would like a favourite hymn or song

Memorial Service
Our annual Memorial Service takes place on November 6th this year. If you have a loved one who has passed away within the last 12 months (including those who’s services we did not conduct) and would like their name included, then please let Neil know by 16th of October and we will be happy to include them.

 
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