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04.02.2024 Newsletter

 

 

St Joseph’s, Dinnington         Parish Priest: Fr. Andy              Tel: 01909 562664

Weekend Masses:

Sunday 9.30am St Joseph’s; Saturday 6pm  at Blessed William Richardson, Kiveton

 

EMERGENCY CONTACT: In the event of an emergency where you may specifically require the services of a priest please  contact either Monica Carroll (07813 920844) or Anne Marie Carroll (07841 038633)

 

Week beginning Sunday 4th February  2024

  5th Sunday in Ordinary Time. (Year B)


SATURDAY 3rd February

6pm Mass at Blessed William Richardson Church, Kiveton. (For Sunday)

1 Kings 3:4-13;   Psalm 118(119):9-14;   Mark 6:30-34

(Saint Ansgar (Oscar), Bishop or Saint Blaise, Bishop, Martyr)


SUNDAY: 9.30am Mass in St Joseph’s followed by cake sale

Readings:

Job 7:1-4,6-7;   Psalm 146(147):1-6;   1 Corinthians 9:16-19,22-23;   Mark 1:29-39


MONDAY:  No Mass today

6.30pm First Holy Communion Preparation Meeting in Church

1 Kings 8:1-7,9-13;   Psalm 131(132):6-10;   Mark 6:53-56

(Saint Agatha, Virgin, Martyr)


TUESDAY:

11am Funeral service for Elizabeth Safrany in St Joseph’s

11.30am Hour of Quiet Prayer at Kiveton this week

7pm  Mass in the parish rooms

(For Michael Ainsworth)

1 Kings 8:22-23,27-30;   Psalm 83(84):3-5,10-11;   Mark 7:1-13

(Saints Paul Miki and his Companions, Martyrs)


WEDNESDAY:  No Mass today

1-3pm Coffee in the parish rooms - All welcome

1 Kings 10:1-10;   Psalm 36(37):5-6,30-31,39-40;   Mark 7:14-23


THURSDAY:  8.30am Mass in the parish rooms

(For Barry Delaney)

1 Kings 11:4-13;   Psalm 105(106):3-4,35-37,40;   Mark 7:24-30

(Saint Jerome Emilian or Saint Josephine Bakhita, Virgin)


FRIDAY: No Mass today

1 Kings 11:29-32,12:19;   Psalm 80(81):10-15;   Mark 7:31-37



SATURDAY:

6pm Mass at Blessed William Richardson Church, Kiveton. (For Sunday)

1 Kings 12:26-32,13:33-34;   Psalm 105(106):6-7,19-22;   Mark 8:1-10

(Saint Scholastica, Virgin)


Next Sunday:  6th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Year B)

Readings:

Leviticus 13:1-2,44-46;   Psalm 31(32):1-2,5,11;   1 Corinthians 10:31-11:1



PARISH PRAYER FOR THE WEEK:      We pray for the victims of human trafficking. May we work with urgency to end this modern slavery and ensure the dignity and rights of all people are recognised and respected.     Lord, in your mercy.…..      

(Source: CAFOD Weekly prayers of intercession)

 

THE POPE’S INTENTION FOR FEBRUARY:  For the terminally illWe pray that those with a terminal illness, and their families, receive the necessary physical and spiritual care and accompaniment.


NOTICES


ELIZABETH SAFREY (RIP) Les and all the family would like to say a huge thank you to the whole parish community for the outpouring of love and support after Elizabeth's recent passing. Your kind words, cards, hugs and prayers have been a real comfort at a most difficult time. We'd especially like to thank the Outreach Team who greatly cheered Elizabeth with their home visits over the years. Thank you so much.


RIP MATTHEW HUGHES:  Sadly, Helen McKinney’s brother, Matthew Hughes, has died suddenly recently. We remember him and the family in our prayers at this difficult time.


RIP KAY NEWBY: Kay  died the  morning of 25th January at the age of 83 years old. Her funeral service is on Thursday February 15th at 2.00pm at St Joseph’s. Now reunited with her husband Joe we remember  her sons Mark and John and the family in our prayers at this sad time.


LOST CHORD:  All enjoyed the beautiful soprano that came to the Soup and Song session in January and look forward to the next session which is  at Wales Methodist Church on Thursday 8th Feb at 12pm.


LENTEN  COURSE: Meeting at 7pm for 7.30pm start, please see listed below the dates and venues for the Lenten 2024 group in Dinnington:  

 22nd Feb - St Leonard's (Led by St Leonard's)

29th Feb - St Joseph's (led by St Joseph's)

7th March - St Joseph's (led by St Leonard's)

14th March- The Bridge (led by The Bridge - New Life Church, 7 Silverdales)

21st March - St Leonard's (Led by Les Clark)


TWO PUBLICATIONS AND A fUNDRAISER - From Liam Harron

 I intend to get professionally printed a 24 page publication titled “Just Being” in memory of my sister Pat and in memory of Pastoral Renewal Exchange (the final edition, PRE 164, was published in May 2023). Printed copies should be ready by April. If anyone would like a printed copy, please let me know by phone or email (many parishioners have these). There will be no charge for the publication, but there will be an invitation to contribute to a fundraiser to help a young mother in Rotherham (who has talked at St Joseph’s and is known to many of us as T) achieve her dream to: 1 produce an initial publication of her writing; 2 create a brand that incorporates the artwork that helped her heal; 3 create an enterprise that helps others to heal through art; 4 succeed in buying her Council house. The fundraiser for T can be found here:


MEDJUGORJE IRISH CENTRE PILGRIMAGES APRIL - OCT 2024:  7 Nights Apartment B&B from €273 per person sharing. Airport transfer available on request. Contact us for details and book the dates that suit you.

Tel. 020 3239 8662 Or Email: reservations@med-irishcentre.comOr Website: www.med-irishcentre.com


WELLBEING FOR MEN:  A free six-week course for a happier and more relaxed you.

Starting for six weekly sessions on a Wednesday Morning with Dave Wilkes 

Join us to explore:

-         Emotional Self-care – Emotional self-care allows us to take time for the benefit of our health and well-being.

-         Thinking about putting your own needs first - building your resilience.

-         Being more assertive and setting boundaries – so that you can communicate better and more effectively at home and work.

-         Stress and relaxation techniques 

-    learning new skills for a more relaxed you.

-         Build resilience and recover from trauma – To move forward in your life.

Come and join Dave for these relaxed, friendly and supportive sessions!

For more information contact janet Kent on 07927657462 jkent@hallam-diocese.com 


LIVE SIMPLY FEBRUARY:

Live Simply and Sustainably with Creation 

Turn your back on Fast Fashion - buy fewer new clothes and buy good quality clothes that will last.

Live in Solidarity with the Poor

Family Fast Day is Fri 23rd February, every penny counts, please give what you can




PLEASE REMEMBER OUR SICK: Maureen Appley;  George Blow & his Grandma,  Victoria Broughton, Christopher Browne, Eileen Butterfield,  Jim Chandler,  Sam Cleasby, Betty Delaney, Gillian Gee, Robert Hume, Sophie Hughes, Owen Jenkinson;  Sheila Kobyluch; Ged Krotki, Kumba, Isabel Main-Reade, Haylen Markillie, Charlie Massarella,  John Parker, Emma Pearson (Glen’s daughter),  Annie Reynolds,  Maria Senogles; Sandra Sherratt, Olive Stafford, Robert Stock, Pat Vickers, Teresa Williams, Michel and Teddy.

 

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DIOCESAN SAFEGUARDING TRAINING OFFICER

 

We are looking for a Safeguarding Training Officer who will be an integral part of the Safeguarding Team and share in the responsibility to keep children, young people and vulnerable adults safe.  

 

The role will contribute to the development of and ensure the implementation of the diocesan safeguarding training strategy across the whole Diocese and will organise and deliver a rolling programme of safeguarding training to a wide range of stakeholders including office holders, employees and volunteers.  

 

You should be a qualified, experienced professional who combines experience of safeguarding work and training delivery with approachability and a readiness to respond to a range of individuals across the Diocese.

 

Salary £28,500 - £30,639 (based on experience)

Full time, 35 hours per week, or available part time as a job share includes evening and/or weekend working for training delivery

10% employer contribution to pension

Generous holiday entitlement

Based at Diocesan Church House in Rotherham but with hybrid working from home

 

Further information and an application form can be found on our website www.sheffield.anglican.org

 

Please send your completed application form to hr@sheffield.anglican.org

 

Closing date: Monday 26th February 2024 at 5pm

Interviews: Monday 11th March 2024

 

For an informal discussion contact Siân Checkley on sian.checkley@sheffield.anglican.org.


 

Cleaning Operative

Saint Bernard's Catholic High School,

Herringthorpe Valley Road,

Herringthorpe,

Rotherham

S65 3BE

Tel: 01709 828183


Contract: Part time, permanent

Start Date: ASAP

Salary: Scale Point 2 (FTE £22,775)

Reporting to: Site Manager

Closing Date: Wednesday 7th February 2024 at 9am

Interviews: Week commencing 12th February 2024


St Bernard’s Catholic High School is an outstanding, popular and over-subscribed 11-16 academy in Rotherham. We are a Catholic Voluntary Academy, part of the St Francis MAT, with a wide catchment area, welcoming students of all faiths and denominations.

We are seeking to appoint a Cleaning Operative to work under the direction and instruction of the Site Manager. The post is 10 hours per week, 6.00am to 8.00am, Monday to Friday, term time only plus 10 days (*the 10 days will be worked during the last 2 weeks of the summer holiday, excluding the bank holiday).

We are seeking an individual with:

• previous cleaning work experience

• good communication skills

• the ability to work well in a team as well as working on own initiative

• good basic literacy and numeracy skills

How To Apply:

For an application pack please visit stfcmat.com/vacancies/ or www.sbch.org.uk/menu/vacancies or contact Vivienne Smith, Clerk to Governors on 01709 828 183. Completed application forms should be returned to Mrs V Smith, St Bernard’s Catholic High School, Herringthorpe Valley Road, Rotherham, S65 3BE or emailed to jobs@sbch.org.uk. Please note that only completed Catholic Education Service application forms will be accepted.

NB if successful for interview you will be contacted and references will be requested.

St Bernard’s Catholic High School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. The successful candidate will be required to complete a DBS form in line with Section 115 of the Police Act 1997.


Job Description

Main Purpose of the Post

To carry out day-to-day cleaning duties in the School buildings to meet the required health, safety and customer standards.

Key Duties/Areas of Responsibility:

• Carry out all cleaning tasks in line with cleaning specifications

• Use correct materials and equipment, including a visible safety check of all machinery prior to use

• Report any faults immediately and clean all equipment after use

• Make sure rules for correct dilution rates and storage of chemicals are followed

• Complete any relevant paperwork such as timesheets, stores orders, and recess sheets

• Promote and maintain good customer relations to ensure the quality of the cleaning service

provided by communicating and co-operating with the staff.


Other duties and responsibilities commensurate with the grade of the post which may be required from time to time.


To ensure equality of opportunity is afforded to all persons both internally and externally, actively seeking to eliminate any direct or indirect discriminatory practices or behaviour.

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