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The Deanery Confirmation service will be held at Holy Trinity Church on Sunday 16th November 2014 at 6.30pm. This is a service at which young people (usual aged 10 or over) and adults will be confirmed by one of our bishops. Confirmation is a step in our journey of faith for all who have been baptised. It is a time to declare and answer for ourselves the promises that were made at our baptism. There will be 2 groups exploring faith starting in Autumn - one for children and one for adults. The children's group usually meets at about 5pm for 45 minutes at the vicarage. Everybody is invited to come along to the adult group. It will be a time to learn more about our faith and to share experiences of God. They will be of special importance to those who are considering confirmation. The adult group will meet at St Peter's Church at 3pm on Fri 12th Sept. Please do come along and enjoy a cuppa and a relaxing chat together.
The early birds of Holy Trinity and St Peter's gathered on Blackpool beach for an sunrise service on Easter Sunday. Having been through the journey of Lent and Holy Week we gathered on the beach to find:
On Thursday 8th September 2011, the Bishop of Blackburn licensed the Reverend Tracy Charnock as Priest-in-Charge of Holy Trinity and St Peter's South Shore. This marks the start of an exciting new era for the two churches working together.
The first service will be a joint one at St Peter's on Sunday the 11th September at 10:30am. On the following Sunday there will be a service of Holy Communion at 8:30am (Holy Trinity), 9:30am (St Peter's) and 11am (Holy Trinity).
Please pray for Tracy as she begins her new ministry in South Shore.
As we have now said farewell to David, Alison and Joshua we begin a time of interregnum. There are a lot of changes as a result of this, the most obvious being that for the foreseeable future we will be seeing a variety of ministers for services. We think it is important to remember during this time that although things are different - our God remains constant and unchanging. He will be faithful to his believers and work to begin a new chapter of ministry in South Shore. Our best response and the one expected by our Lord is one of a prayerful reflection. During this time we would like to ask everyone to pray for the following: