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January Issue.

In this issue:
Alrewas News
Methodist Church News
Fradley News
Wychnor News
Contacts
Message from the Vicar.......

Sorting Out Your Life’s Priorities for 2020……

 
     As we all begin a brand new year and decade, and ask God prayerfully for ‘2020 vision’ to help us make the most of life’s opportunities and choices in this New Year,
I offer you this insightful and entertaining story to help you sort out what’s most important to you….
 
“When things in your life seem almost too much to handle, when 24 hours in a day are not enough, remember the mayonnaise jar…and the coffee…
 
A professor stood before his class with some items in front of him. When the class began, wordlessly, he picked up a very large and empty mayonnaise jar and proceeded to fill it with good-sized rocks. He then asked the students if the jar was full. They all agreed that it was.
 
The professor then picked up a box of pebbles and poured them into the jar. He shook the jar lightly. The pebbles rolled into the open areas between the rocks.  He asked the students again if the jar was full. They agreed that it was.
 
The professor next picked up a box of sand and poured the contents into the jar. Of course, the sand filled up the space between all of the rocks and pebbles. He asked once more whether the students thought the jar as full. This time, they responded unanimously with a resounding ‘YES!’  The professor then produced two cups of coffee from under the table and poured the entire contents into the jar, effectively filling the remaining space in the sand. The students laughed.
 
As the laughter subsided, the professor said, ‘Now, I want you to recognise that this jar represents your life. The rocks are the truly important things – your faith, your family, your health, your friends, and your favourite passions – things that, if everything else was lost and only they remained, your life would still be full. The pebbles are the other things that matter….your job, your house, your possessions.
 
The sand is everything else…the ‘small stuff.’  Now notice that, if you put the sand in the jar first, there is no room for the rocks or the pebbles. The same goes for your life. If you spend all your time and energy on the small stuff, you will never have room for the things that are important to you.
 
Pay attention to the things that are critical to your fulfilment and happiness as a human being – especially your relationship with God, and quality time with your family and friends, cherishing all that you share together. In other words, take care of the ‘rocks’ first, the things that really matter – set your priorities. The rest is just sand.’
 
One of the students raised her hand and inquired what the coffee represented. The professor smiled. ‘I’m glad you asked. It just goes to show you that no matter how full your life may seem, there’s always room for a couple of cups of coffee with a friend!’”
 
With every blessing for a rich, full and fulfilling New Year to all !  
               
                                                                                        Vicar John

Alrewas News
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   Services In January
       at All Saints 

 



Wednesday 1st January- No service this morning

Sunday 5th January
    
8am Holy Communion BCP
 10am  Sung Communion

Wednesday 8th January - 10am Holy Communion

Sunday 12th January
       
8am Holy Communion BCP
 10am Sung Communion  

Wednesday 15th January- 10am Holy Communion

Sunday 19th  January
       
8am Holy Communion BCP
10am  Sung Communion 


Wednesday 22nd January - 10am Holy Communion


Sunday 26th January
       
8am Holy Communion BCP
10.30am United Service at Alrewas Methodist Church

Wednesday 29th January - 10am Holy Communion

JACOB AND THE TWELVE TRIBES OF ISRAEL

The story of Jacob
 
The biblical account of the life of Jacob is found in Genesis chapters 25 – 50.  After he had stolen Esau’s birthright he fled to Haran to live with his uncle Laban.  On the way there he stopped for the night at “a certain place” (Gen 28.11). Here he experienced a vision of a ladder, or staircase, reaching up to heaven with angels going up and down it, commonly referred to as “Jacob’s Ladder”.  He heard the voice of God, coming from the top of the ladder, repeating again the promises that had been made to Abraham of land, many descendants and a personal relationship with God.  God introduces himself as “the God of your father Abraham and the God of Isaac” (Gen 28.13), confirming the personal relationship he has with the fledgling nation of Israel.  Joseph named the place Bethel, meaning “house of God”.
Jacob lived with Laban for many years and in that time married Laban’s daughters, Leah and Rachel.  He worked seven years for the hand of Rachel, only to find that Laban had tricked him into marrying Leah.  Jacob then worked another seven years and Rachel was given to him as his wife.  Jacob did not love Leah but God “enabled her to conceive” and she gave Jacob six sons; Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Issachar and Zebulun, and a daughter, Dinah.  Rachel remained barren until she at last gave birth to Joseph and then Benjamin.  Jacob loved Rachel but God chose Leah and it was from the tribe of her son Judah that Jesus was descended.  Jacob also had four sons by his wives’ handmaids; Gad, Asher, Dan and Naphtali.  Jacob’s sons became the fathers of the twelve tribes of Israel.
After many years of living with Laban, God told Jacob to return to “the land of your fathers and to your relatives, and I will be with you” (Gen 31.3).  So Jacob took his family home, meeting and reconciling with Esau on the way.  On one night during the journey when he was alone, he encountered a man, thought to be Jesus, who wrestled with him until daybreak (Gen 32. 22-31).  The man then told Jacob that from then on he would not be called Jacob, but Israel “because you have struggled with God and with humans and have overcome”.  Jacob was to die in the land of Egypt but was buried in Canaan, in the field that Abraham had bought as a burial place.
 
The Twelve Tribes of Israel
Genesis chapter 49 records that, just before Jacob died, he called his sons to him to “tell you what will happen to you in days to come” (Gen 49.1).  The firstborn Reuben, lost his birthright as he had defiled his father’s marriage bed.  The second and third sons, Simeon and Levi, fared no better.  They were condemned for their violence and killing and for the perversion of the rite of circumcision in order to exact revenge on the Shechemites for the violation of their sister, Dinah (Gen 34).  It is the fourth son, Judah, who will appear in the list of Jesus’ ancestry: “The sceptre will not depart from Judah, nor the ruler’s staff from beneath his feet, until he to whom it belongs shall come and the obedience of the nations shall be his” (Gen 49.10).  Joseph is blessed as “a fruitful vine” (v22) “because of the Almighty, who blesses you” (v25).  He is also described as a “prince among his brothers” (v 26).
It is interesting to note how the words of Jacob come true.  Reuben’s birthright is given to the firstborn sons of Joseph.  Simeon is the only tribe that Moses does not bless in Deuteronomy Chapter 33 and his inheritance formed part of Judah’s territory; his tribe was later absorbed into Judah and disappeared from history.  The tribe of Levi was not allotted any land and was only given towns in other tribes’ territories.  However, God later redeems the tribe of Levi through Moses, himself of the tribe of Levi, and the Levites became the tribe of the priesthood.

                                                                                                  Helen Mullins

The Bank Pop-In

Did you know that The Bank Coffeehouse hosts a Pop-In on the first Wednesday of every month between 9 and 10.30am?  If you fancy some company and a chat, do come along and sit at one of the meet-up tables. It’s fine to come on your own and is a great opportunity to share interests and experiences over a cuppa!  

This has been organised in conjunction with Alrewas Surgery's PPG (Patient Participation Group).


HYMN WRITERS AND THEIR HYMNS
 

AS WITH GLADNESS MEN OF OLD
 

This is an Epiphany hymn, written on the day of Epiphany in 1859 (although it was not published until a year later) by William Chatterton Dix.  Dix was ill in bed at the time and unable to attend his church’s Epiphany service. Instead he read the account of Epiphany in Matthew’s Gospel (Matt 2. 1-12).  He was inspired by the text and wrote down his thoughts, the result being “As With Gladness Men of Old”.   
It is the only well-known Epiphany hymn about the visit of the three wise men that does not refer to them as either “magi” or “kings” and nor does it state how many of them there were.  The reason Dix gave for this, in a discussion with his father about his new hymn, was that he had done it so that no-one could challenge the authenticity of his statement.
The tune was composed by Conrad Kocher, one time organist of the main Lutheran Church in Stuttgart, and was published in 1838.  It was discovered by William H Monk, the musical editor of Hymns Ancient and Modern, who shortened it slightly to make it fit Dix’s text, and gave the hymn’s author the honour of naming the tune after him, although, ironically, Dix did not like the tune.
After publication in 1861, the hymn became popular in Anglican churches throughout the British Empire and was first published in the United States in 1871.  It is still sung today and remains a popular hymn with an uplifting and positive message.


Connor shares his journey as part of 'The Sense' touring band
The Year Out - Christian gap year
 
After the busyness of our touring in September and the start of October, the rest of the month was mostly spent back at base in Stourbridge preparing for our first schools mission in Inverness from 1st-16th November.

In between rehearsals, on October 11th, we travelled to a place called Bidford-upon-Avon where we led worship at a youth event, Holly shared a powerful testimony and there was a great energy during the response worship songs, where the young people joined us in jumping and dancing around the place! We also met Jonny, who is a drummer and has since auditioned and interviewed to be a part of next years The Sense team, so watch this space.

Hub 1 was held from 15th-16th October. There are multiple 'Hub' events during the year, and these are an opportunity for the Year Out volunteers from across the country to get together for some social time as well as training. It was great to be able to catch up with everyone and strengthen the friendships formed during our ETC traning conference at the start of the gap year.

Finally, after a lot of time rehearsing, the day came to begin our journey up to Inverness in Scotland. Thankfully, our leaders Joy and Andy planned to split up the journey over a few days instead of making a potentially 9+ hour journey in one go! We stopped at Hawick on the first night - literally the middle of nowhere! But the views were spectacular...

The second leg of the journey was spent in St. Andrews where we stayed the night at the house of our singer and guitarist, Evan. It was great to meet his family on Saturday and spend the Sunday morning at his local church before making the final part of our journey to Inverness.

Week 1 - Inverness High School

The first week of our mission was spent at Inverness High School, with Dalneigh Church feeding and housing us. This school is one of the older schools in the city and is also located one of the poorer areas of Inverness. This meant that we had the chance to meet a real mix of young people from lots of different backgrounds.

Upon arriving in Inverness we planned out the following days activities, and it soon became clear that The Sense would have a very busy week of music lessons at the school!!!
In our music lessons, we begin with a song before splitting the class into small groups for our 'Intros Quiz' - ten seconds of the intro to ten popular songs are played, and the groups must guess the artist and song title. Following this, we perform another one of our songs before moving into a music interview about the guitar, drums, cello or bass. I had multiple opportunities over the course of the week to show the bass guitar to the students, as well as teaching some volunteers how to actually play it. The interview also allowed me to talk about the reason why I am here with Youth For Christ, so I also had the opportunity to share a little of my testimony. Due to us being in a school environment, we have to present our faith as "this is what I believe, and maybe you should consider it".

On Friday evening following a week of lessons The Sense performed a concert for the school. This is something that we had been building up to and advertising throughout the week, and because it was being held outside of school hours, we were finally able to present the gospel as the truth to those who came! There were at least 70 young people there and we started off by performing some of our songs, before going into an ice breaker game. Some more songs followed including an amazing drum solo from Nathan before Holly shared her powerful testimony. Andy then presented the gospel and in the response, I saw at least a dozen hands go up to say that they wanted to know more about Jesus!!! Just amazing!!! The atmosphere in the room was amazing and we had most of the young people who attended jumping up and down on the stage with us during our final song which was absolutely terrifying, but such a memorable experience!

We moved out from our hosts on Saturday morning and moved onto our next church - Crown Church - who were hosting us for the second week. Thanks to David and Susie who hosted me during the first week. Here's the amazing view I had from my bedroom window at their home one morning...
   

The weekend was a time of rest and exploring! On Saturday the team visited Loch Ness and the Caledonian Canal - one of the most beautiful places I think I have ever seen! However, there was no Loch Ness monster to be found... On Sunday morning, Joy, Nathan, Evan and myself went to Inverness Baptist Church and were interviewed by the youth of the church - they asked some challenging questions but it allowed us all to share a lot about our own journeys in faith and I feel like they took a look away from the session.

Week 2 - Millburn Academy

Week two was at Millburn Academy, one of the higher achieving schools in the city, and was just as intense as the previous week. This time, we were booked by the R.E. department, unlike at Inverness High School where we were booked by the music department. This meant that our lessons were on topics such as forgiveness, friendship and the value of a person.

This week presented different challenges, in that due to the Children in Need event and other double bookings happening around the school throughout the week, we had to move our equipment between classrooms and the main hall on multiple occasions. With our set up taking around 2hrs30, it certainly meant that we were pushed to our limits, but as Joy always says during set up and pack down - "the worship starts here!".

Here's an extract from our Thursday schedule to give you an idea of what a school day at Millburn looked like...

8:15am - arrive at school to sign in and sound check.
8:40am-8:50am - S4 (Year 10) assembly where we performed a song.
8:50am-9:40am - S3 (Year 9) Forgiveness lesson. Here we read some stories to the students and we ask whether the person in the story should forgive or not forgive. There is also a testimony from a member of the team around forgiveness.
9:40am-10:30am - S2 (Year 8) Values lesson. We show the students some customised number plates and ask them to guess the value and we ask how much value you would put on a person. We then show a clip from the end of Armageddon which we link into John 15:13.
10:30am-11:20am - S1 (Year 7) music lesson. We had the whole of the year group with us for this lesson, so a couple of hundred students in one room!
11:20am-11:35am - break time with the students.
11:35am-12:25pm - S4 (Year 10) music technology lesson. Here we broke down the arrangement and parts to one of our songs as well as showing our sound desk system.
12:25pm-13:15pm - S2 (Year 8) music lesson, again with the whole year group!
13:15pm-14:00pm - lunch time, where we helped to run the schools Children in Need show and performed a song for the whole school at the end!
14:00pm-14:50pm - S4 (Year 10) music lesson.
14:50pm-15:40pm - S3 (Year 9) music lesson.
15:40pm - 19:30pm - debreif, eating at Crown Church and planning the following day.

 

 

While it was trickier at first to connect with the young people at Millburn (partly due to us having to move around our equipment and not be as easily accessible to the kids), we were still able to have had some great conversations and build some good relationships within the school by the time our Friday concert arrived. We performed in a very different setting this time - Café Nero in the centre of the city. Holly once again did an amazing job of sharing her testimony and there was a good response to the gospel, with a number of the young people taking away the material provided by Highlands & Islands Youth For Christ.

So after an intense but AMAZING two weeks in Inverness, we made the 450 mile and 9hr+ journey home. It was so nice to be able to relax in the cars on the way home. I was also able to take some pressure off our leaders Joy and Andy by driving around 200 miles myself. Thank you to Crown Church and my hosts for week two, Jude and Muriel. Thank you to everyone who has been supporting me so far on my year out. whether that is through prayer, financially, or encouragement... I really could not do this without you all...

 

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Alrewas Bridge Club

We meet each Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
at the Royal British Legion at 2pm
Visit our website for more details
www.bridgewebs.com/alrewas/
A warm welcome awaits you. Come and join us to share tea and biscuits, fellowship and fun!
Bring along whatever craft project you are working on or come along to be inspired by other people's handiwork!
Call Sally on 01283 790486 for more information.

 
All Saints Pastoral Care Team

Are you, or is someone you know facing difficulties? Would you like someone to talk to? Our Pastoral Care team can offer a listening ear and support. For more information please contact Rev. John Allan 01283 790486 or Julie Willis 01283 791719 or see the church website for more details
http://alrewasallsaints.church/services/pastoral-care/


 
Dementia Friendly Coffee Mornings

 
Please come and join us at our coffee mornings for anyone with Dementia or related illnesses and their carers.
A very warm welcome will be given to all.                                                                    
It is a chance for you to relax and to talk and to get support
It’s at The British Legion, Rykneld St
on the first and third Tuesday of each month,
10-30 am to 12-30 pm.

Ring Maureen on 01283 790381 for more information
                                              
                                        

Alrewas Surgery News


For the latest news from the surgery please click on the following link

http://www.alrewassurgery.co.uk/news.aspx?pr=M83035

 
The over 50's Club

Do come and join us at our Club which is held at the British Legion on alternative Tuesdays.

 A friendly welcome will be given to all over a cuppa and a chat. Phone Yvonne on 791623 for more details

Alrewas Parish Council
The Parish Council have updated their website to a more phone friendly version. It contains lots of information about the Parish Council as well as what’s going on in Alrewas, including the Village News and the Village Directory where you can get links to all the village organisations and businesses as well as add your own.

Click on the link below to go to the website

https://www.alrewasparishcouncil.org.uk/
Whist Drives
Welcome to our regular whist drives which are held on alternate Thursdays in the Methodist Hall at 2pm. Dates for January are the 2nd, 16th and 30th.
Just £1 to include refreshments. We are a friendly club and newcomers are always welcome! Contact Georgina on 01283 790713 for more info.
THE TRAVELLING LIBRARY

 comes to Alrewas from 9.30 am to 12.30pm on Fridays 3rd, 17th and 21st of January and is parked in Post Office Road
Keeping fit in Alrewas

Barrie's Fitness class
Each Monday (except bank holidays)
From 10 to 11am in the Methodist Hall cost £3 contact Barrie on 01543 418242


Extend Class
Each Thursday from 10.00 to 11.00 am in the Methodist Hall
organised by Marilyn Feathers
Contact her on - 01283 791842


Otogo Class
Each Thursday from 11.15 to 12.15 in the Methodist Hall
organised by Marilyn Feathers


Move it or lose it
Exercise for the over 60's
All exercises are seated or standing
Every Tuesday 1pm til 2pm  in the Methodist hall followed by tea, coffee and biscuits. £4
Contact Cat Stuart 07973 819629


Blissful Baby Massage
Alrewas Village Hall
Group sessions - ring Alice for details - 07579 764567
Art in Alrewas



Sylvia's Art Group meet each Wednesday at  10.30 til 12.30 and also 1.30pm til 3.30 at 30 Wellfield Road (except school holidays)
Check out Sylvia's workshops at:

http://www.sylviaroyalart.org/

Delyse's Art Group meets each Wednesday at 2.00pm in the Alrewas Scout Hut
William IV Road contact her on 01283 790832

Afternoon Drop-in

Mondays from 2pm (except bank holidays)

Alrewas Methodist Hall
A welcome to all for a chat and refreshments
 

Please feel free to come along to the Methodist Hall any Monday afternoon for a cuppa, fun and friendship .
Minister: Revd Joanna Thornton 01543 253744
61 Burton Road, Streethay, Lichfield WS13 8LR  email:
revjo@hotmail.co.uk  
Steward: Mrs Pam Handscomb 01543 257594
Bookings: Mr John Henley 01283 752016
Services in January
 
 
5th January 2020 - 10.30am - Covenant Service led by Rev Jo Thornton.  This is our annual service of commitment.

12th January - 10.30am - Morning Worship led by John Bowman

19th January - 10.30am - Together in Worship with a Baptism! led by Rev Jo Thornton.  This is our monthly child friendly/ family friendly service.

26th January - 10.30am - United Service for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.  Friends from St Stephens and All Saints will be joining us at the Methodist Church for this special service in which we celebrate all that we have in common and pray together for further unity. 

Prayer Time

Each Monday at 9.15am a small group of Christians from All Saints Parish Church and Alrewas Methodist Church come together for half an hour of prayer, alternating between the two churches. We believe that by praying together we can grow closer, and that our praying can become more meaningful and supportive.
We would be delighted if you could come and pray with us (even if only occasionally)

Mondays 9.15 - 9.45
Methodist Church 6th and 20th January
All Saints 13th and 27th


Please ring Jo Thornton or John Allan for details


Messy Church is on Friday 10th January
 
All welcome. 5 - 7pm
Alrewas Methodist Church

Crafts - Celebration - Food
Children must be accompanied by an adult
 
Alrewas Messy Church and Little Fishes toddler group are joint ventures between All Saints Church and Alrewas Methodist Church as we seek to share God's love with our village.

Come and join us at Alrewas Methodist Church on Wednesdays during term time. 
9.15-11.15 am

Dates for December are Wednesdays 4th, 11th, and 18th  we will then be closed for the Christmas holidays returning on Wed 8th Jan

Ring or text Helen on 07515 940060 to find out more
Deadline for the February issue

If you would like anything included in the next issue then please email nikkiburns152@hotmail.com or ring 01283 791941 by 27th January.
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Fradley News
St Stephen’s, Fradley


Services in January
 
 
  Sunday 5th January
9am Holy Communion (BCP)
10.30am All Age Worship with the Music Group
for EPIPHANY
 
Sunday 12th January
10.30am Family Communion
 
Friday 17th January
3.30-5.30pm Messy Church
A time of craft, play, fun and celebration for children with their parents, grandparents and carers
 
Sunday 19th January
10.30am Family Communion
 
Sunday 26th January
10.30am United Service at Alrewas Methodist Church

 

Find us on www.achurchnearyou.com Fradley St.Stephen

 

Victorian Christmas Fayre

On Saturday 23 November over 200 people attended the Victorian Christmas Fayre to view the many festive stalls on display and play games such as a treasure hunt, wheel of fortune, ping pong balls in a can, guess the weight of the Christmas cake and tombolas.  Santa was also in attendance.  There were also delicious refreshments including bacon butties and homemake cakes to sample.  At the end of the afternoon the Grand Christmas raffle was drawn which made over £400. In total around £1000 was raised in aid of St. Stephen’s Church.  Thank you to everyone who helped of supported the event in some way.    

 


Fradley Players Pantomine

 

Fradley Players performed their annual pantomime during the weekend of 29 November to1 December with 4 shows over 3 days.  ‘Adventures in Neverland’ proved to be a magical show containing pirate slapstick, handfuls of glitter and a swashbuckling fight scene and was well received by all the audiences.  The cast which included 12 local children as well as adults had all worked hard attending two rehearsals a week over a 2 month period and their dedication resulted in a most enjoyable production.  Don’t miss next year! 

                 



  Year of the Burial Ground 2020

 


 
There are over 20,000 burial grounds in England and Wales ranging from small rural medieval churchyards to large Victorian city cemeteries, spanning different cultures, religions and centuries.
Cumulatively, this area is similar to that of Exmoor National Park and yet these unique spaces are distributed in a way that makes the heritage within them accessible for a significant number of people.
Appealing to many who are interested in local history and the natural world, burial grounds encapsulate the history of communities whilst offering sanctuary to our native wildlife.
Our charity, Caring for God’s Acre is dedicated to the conservation of all burial grounds. We work to keep burial grounds beautiful, accessible and connected to their communities. This year we will be celebrating our 20th year with a Year of the Burial Ground – raising the profile of these unique spaces and the many volunteers who look after them.
Every month throughout the year we will write a short piece about the different species that may be visiting or blossoming in burial grounds, along with interesting facts about the built and social heritage that can be discovered in these fascinating spaces.
All the best
Andrea
Andrea Gilpin
andrea@cfga.org.uk
www.caringforgodsacre.org.uk
 
Christmas 2019

Such a lot of hard work goes into all that is done in Church. 
1300 Christmas Cards have been delivered! 50 candles have been lit in new candle holders for the windowsills! 3 black sacks of greenery were needed to decorate the church….and numerous red and gold baubles- to say nothing of the crib scene in the altar and the decorations on the tree!
Stewards have made sure Services went straightforwardly; caterers provided refreshments ……cleaners made sure all was shipshape …………..and a good time was had by all.
 
   The magnificent floral decoration on the wooden doors welcome visitors
 

Graham and Sue take a break after setting up the new candle holders
(superbly made by Graham) and decorated by Sue
    The front of church decorated by Sue, Vanessa, Julia and Elaine.
 
Thank you to all our wonderful volunteers
who do so much for St Stephen’s.

 

Wychnor News
St. Leonard's Services in January
 
12th January 11.30 am. Holy Communion

26th January 10.30 am United Church Service - Methodist church, Alrewas

                                                                                                
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Church Contacts

Vicar:                        Revd Preb John W Allan.  Email: revdjohnallan@revdjohnallan.plus.com
                                 The Vicarage, Church Road, Alrewas, Burton on Trent DE13 7BT        01283 790486
 

Associate Minister:   Revd Elizabeth Wall          Email: ayton265@gmail.com
                                 Gaia Cottage. 15 Gaia Lane, Lichfield. WS13 7LW                                01543 254891

Reader                      Mrs Carole Ellis
                                  49 Heritage Court, Lichfield                                                                    01543 254448

Reader                      Dorothy Giles       Email: dot_giles@hotmail.co.uk                                01827 820218



 

Wardens:                  Mr Ian Kirkland, 29 Micklehome Drive    ianrjk@icloud.com                  01283 790622 
                         Mr John Feathers,                                                                                  01283 791842
Assistant Warden:    Mr Edward Gould                                                                                    07896 929113
PCC Secretary:       Ms Laura Jacks,                                                                                      07904 774589
PCC Treasurer:       Mr Nick Kilford,                                                                                        07912 359237
Organists:                 Mr David Hall and Mr Chris Greenhalgh
Captain of Ringers:  Mr David Hall                                                                                          01283 792464
Church Flowers:       Mrs E Newton,                                                                                        01283 790281
Pastoral Care:          Mrs Julie Willis,                                                                                       01283 791719
Children's society:    Mr and Mrs Peter & Lynn Lerigo,                                                            01283 791544

 
St Stephen's, Fradley
 
Warden:                  Mrs Cindy Davies 85 Church Lane                                                          01283 790317 
PCC Secretary:      Mrs Jenny Summers 12 Bailye Close, Streethay, Lichfield WS13 8LD   01543 263359
PCC Treasurer:      Mr Nick Kilford                                                                                          07912 359237
Altar Flowers:         Mrs Elaine Lloyd, 34 Long Lane                                                               01283 790655

 
St Leonard's, Wychnor
 
Warden:                  Mrs Frances Mayes, Blackenhall Lodge,
                               The Green, Barton under needwood                                                        01283 713058
PCC Secretary:      Mrs Jackie Coates, Keeper's House, Wychnor                                        01543 473173
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