We have moved the monthly “Parish Prayer” to a new regular slot on the third Monday of the month, from 7.00 to 7.30pm, in the Booth Room in the narthex. All are welcome to join us for a time of prayer for our church and parish (and indeed wider concerns).
You don’t need to be a prayer expert to come along, or even to say anything! Prayer is vital and effective, and changes those praying as well as those prayed for. Do come along any month you can manage.
Praise in the Park
We’ll be joining together with our friends from the other churches in Hazel Grove for another “Praise in the Park” on Sunday 10th June. This will take place in Torkington Park, over the road from church, and will be a service of witness at 3.00pm followed by a picnic from around 4.00pm for any who’d like to bring some food along as well.
In the event of wet weather (we hope not!), we’ll decamp to Norbury for worship and fellowship and an indoor picnic! Please do come along for a lovely afternoon.
Please come and support those being confirmed at our Deanery Confirmation service at St Mary’s Stockport at 7.30pm on Tuesday 26th June. Or if you’re not able to be there, please support them in prayer as they make this new commitment to follow Christ.
Norbury's Jubilee Garden Party
Will be held in the Church grounds on Sunday 3rd June at 12.30pm. Fun and food for all the Norbury family, neighbours and friends. Bring-and-share lunch - on a jubilee theme - with all your traditional English favourites. Please sign up on the sheets in the narthex to help us with catering numbers and indicate what you might bring for the lunch. If you have no lunch to bring, just come along anyway!
Anup Biswas and Friends will give a concert in the church on Saturday 16th June at 7.30pm.
- Cello: Anup Biswas
- Baritone: Don Boothman
- Accompanied by: Brenda Blewitt and David Duke
In aid of the Mathieson Music School, Kolkata. Tickets £7 (under 16s free) on sale after the morning services or call Pam Southcombe on 0161 480 3908. We welcome the return of an old friend of Norbury for an event that's always popular.