Servers Rota - May/June 2017

Date MC Crucifer Acolytes Thurifer Boat Deacon
7-May-17  All Age Worship
Richard Hughes Richard Hughes Simon Ritter     Margaret Sheather
White        Baptism     Liz Hughes      
 
14-May-17 John Jutsum John Jutsum Jamie D-Hamilton Margaret Sheather   Ian Jarvis
White     Victoria Glazier      
 
21-May-17  
Margaret Sheather Margaret Sheather Simon Ritter Ian Jarvis   Linda Jarvis
White     Victoria Glazier      
 
25-May-17 7.30pm Eucharist      Ascension Day
Richard Hughes Richard Hughes Victoria Glazier Liz Hughes   Linda Jarvis
White     Simon Ritter      
 
28-May-17
Richard Hughes Richard Hughes Jameie D-Hamilton Liz Hughes   Margaret Sheather
White     John Jutsum      
 
4-Jun-17  Day of Pentecost
Ian Jarvis Ian Jarvis Margare Sheather      
Red        All Age Worship     Simon Ritter      
 
11-Jun-17  Trinity Sunday
John Jutsum John Jutsum Richard Hughes Liz Hughes    
Gold              Jamie D-Hamilton      
 
18-Jun-17         
Margaret Sheather Margaret Sheather Simon Ritter Ian Jarvis    
Green      Jamie D-Hamilton      
 
25-Jun-17   John Jutsum Richard Hughes Jamie D-Hamilton Margaret Sheather    
Green      Liz Hughes      
 

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

Annual Report - April 2015

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 only significant change in our work this year was one we all welcomed: that the Rector brought us back into the body of the church for the first part of the Sunday Eucharist! Thank you, Helen.

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. We have been very pleased to welcome Simon Ritter to the team this year, but we continue to be a small team, as Andrew Fleming moved away during the year.

It would be very good to add at least two or three more members to the team so that we can share the tasks across a larger group. 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 any of the current team members.

Margaret Sheather