Servers Rota - April/May 2018

 

Date MC Crucifer Acolytes Thurifer Boat Deacon
1-Apr-18 Easter Day Richard Hughes Richard Hughes Margaret Sheather      Linda Jarvis
Gold     Liz Hughes      
 
5-Apr-18 12 noon Margaret Sheather Margaret Sheather Richard Hughes      
Jilly Jennings Centenary Eucharist     Liz Hughes      
 
8-Apr-18 Ian Jarvis Ian Jarvis Richard Hughes      Jamie D-Hamilton
White     Liz Hughes      
 
15-Apr-18  
Margaret Sheather Margaret Sheather Jamie D-Hamilton      Margaret Sheather
White     Victoria Glazier      
 
22-Apr-18 
Richard Hughes Richard Hughes Simon Ritter      Ian Jarvis
White     Liz Hughes      
 
29-Apr-18 
Margaret Sheather Margaret Sheather Jamie D-Hamilton      Julia Gerard
White     Victoria Glazier      
 
6-May-18  All Age Worship
Richard Hughes Richard Hughes Liz Hughes      
White     Simon Ritter      
 
10-May-18  7.30pm
Ascension Day Eucharist
Margaret Sheather Margaret Sheather        
White                
 
13-May-18  
Ian Jarvis Ian Jarvis John Jutsum Wendy Fontaine    
White     Liz Hughes      
 
20-May-18  Pentecost
Richard Hughes Richard Highes Margaret Sheather Liz Hughes    
Red     Jamie D-Hamilton      
 
27-May-18 Trinity Sunday
Ian Jarvis Ian Jarvis John Jutsum Margaret Sheather    
Green  
    Victoria Glazier      
 

If you are unable to do your Sunday please do your best to swap with someone.

Annual Report - April 2017

The servers’ role is quietly to support the dignity and the drama of our worship, whether at a routine Sunday Eucharist or one of the major festival services of the church’s year.
The serving team is now an experienced one and I am very grateful for their commitment and the flexibility that enables us to fulfil this role reliably. However, we continue to be a small team, and have been glad to welcome Jamie Dalrymple Hamilton to join the team this year.
It would be very good to add at least two or three more members to the team to replace people who, over the last couple of years, have either moved away or had to resign because of illness. A larger group means we can share the tasks more widely and cope better with holidays and other absences. We all started from scratch at one time so no special expertise is needed! If you are interested in joining the team and would like to know more about what’s involved, or can suggest someone who might be interested then please do speak to me or any of the current team members.

Margaret Sheather (Senior Server)