Big Brew success

Recently, people from the local community and beyond gathered at St Cuthbert’s for a special ‘Big Brew ‘ celebrating 40 years of the Traidcraft family.
Traidcraft has always been, and continues to be, a pioneer with a mission to build a fairer world through trade.
Thank you to everyone who supported our Big Brew.  £122 was raised for Traidcraft Exchange.
Your support will go towards ‘Juicing Justice’ in Senegal. Helping fruit farmers form collectives, so they can negotiate better deals for the fruit they sell. Saipur, India.
Your support will help small enterprises in rural India make garments using scrap fabrics discarded by large garment factories. A pathway out of extreme poverty especially for women.

St John’s and St Cuthbert’s Youth Club

We are sorry to say that St Cuthbert’s Parochial Church Council has had to make the decision to suspend the popular Friday Night Youth Club until further notice. For safeguarding reasons, we believe that there needs to be a trained Youth Worker running the Club, and unfortunately, in today’s financial climate, St Cuthbert’s does not have the income to appoint someone to that role. We will continue to review the position and consider whether we can re-start the Youth Club later in the year.

Social Evening – Saturday, 18th November @ 7.00pm. 

Pop-Up Restaurant and Cinema in the church hall.  There will be a delicious three-course meal followed by the popular film Mama Mia. Singing and 70s outfits are optional. It promises to be a great evening and tickets are available from the Parish Office at £8 [under 16’s – £4], you can book via the church website or contact Bev Wells on 07742 709 994 for more information. Proceeds will be shared between St Cuthbert’s and the new charity Laugh Live Love in Lytham, which has recently taken over the running of the Cameo Luncheon Club held in the church hall on Mondays and they will be cooking the meal for us.

Yummy Menu = Broccoli and Stilton soup – Roast Gammon, Dijon Mustard Sauce, Lyonaise Potatoes,
Spicy Red Cabbage and Apple, buttered mashed carrots – Sticky toffee pudding, toffee sauce and ice cream.

Bring you own drinks or wine will be available for a donation.

September Magazine

Unfortunately the magazine is too big to upload to the website.  If you want a copy they are available from the back of church at just £1.  Don’t miss out there is so much information in there.  Apologies for any inconvenience.

Launch Event Cancelled

Sincere apologies but it has been agreed to cancel this Thursdays concert due to low ticket sales.  Sorry for any inconvenience.

At the moment the Comedy and Curry night is still going ahead but we do need to sell more tickets.  Come on and buy a ticket – it promises to be a really good night.

Friday 2nd June at 7.30 pm in the Church Hall.  Tickets £6 bring your own drinks.

Tickets available from church on Sunday and Fridays and from the Parish Office Mon – Fri 9.30am to 12.30pm.

Volunteers needed – can you help?

Between the 25th May to the 4th June St Cuthbert’s has joined the Pledge2Pray Thy Kingdom Come global initiative . The church will be open from 8am – 8pm every day, between Ascension Day and Pentecost, starting with breakfast and morning prayer. Throughout the day people are welcome to come and spend time praying for family, friends and neighbours, directed by prayer stations. We would love as many people as possible to volunteer to go on a rota to welcome visitors. If you’ve got a couple of hours to spare during those nine days please have a word with one of the Vision Champions. Thank you in anticipation ☺☺

Informal Worship tonight at Fosbrooke House Chapel

Tonight at 7.30 marks the start of the new weekly informal worship services with a focus on learning more about the healing ministry through ‘Growing a Healing Ministry’ by the Acorn Christian Healing Foundation.  All welcome to come along.  Normally will be held in church but for tonight only it will take place in the Chapel at Fosbrooke House.