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A warm welcome awaits you at St Mary's & St George's

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Here's Rev Armstrong's video blog 'The Ezra File' on issues he doesn't always get chance to discuss during his sermon's. Please take a look.


 The Food Bank at St Mary's, which is a spoke for the Barnsley Foodbank is available for anyone who has been referred on Monday's between 11.00 am and 1.00 pm.  Eventually we would like to run this alongside a Community Cafe.


You can make condations to the Barnsley Foodbank by placing them in the Grub Tub just inside the church door.  Currently the Foodbank is most urgently needing tinned potatoes and packet mash, toiletries (soap, shampoo and shower gel, size 6 nappies, gravy granules and UHT milk.

Cornerstone Cafe


Our Monday Cafe is  now up and running.  It provides a chance to chat, have a drink and someting to eat.  Please could you pray that God would upe this to draw people to Himself; please do come along and bring a friend, and if you can't come, let someone else know about it.

Open Doors


Is an organisation that serves Christians who are persecuted for their faith.  Their work started by Brother Andrew (you may have read his story in the book God's Smuggler).


Find out more about them at Opendoors

Family Services


We serve drinks, pastires and bagels before our Family Services at St Mary's from 9.15 am.


At St George's there is an outdoor cafe bofort the Family Service startin gat 4.30pm.


Eveyone is welcome

Please pray.....


    • The Christmas season provides lots of opportunities for us to make Jesus known.  Please pray for our Services and the Christmas Cafe


    • Pray for one another , that Christmas could be a time when we can be greatly encouraged by God's immense love for us in sending Jesus


    • Pray for those for whom Christmas is a difficult time, whether through ill health, grief, money worries or feeling overwhelmed.  Please pray that we might in some way be able to offer encouragement and support


    General Data Protection Regulations


    The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will take effect in the UK from 25 May 2018. It replaces the existing law on data protection (the Data Protection Act 1998) and gives individuals more rights and protection in how their personal data is used by organisations. Parishes must comply with its requirements, just like any other charity or organisation.


    Wh have sought the advice of the Diocese of Sheffield and the PCC of Wombwell Parish has agreed and approved its approach to GDPA.  If you wish to view our Data Privacy Notice, plese click here