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Upcoming Services

Resuming Public Worship
Sunday Services are now open for you to attend in-person.

Cheltenham Elim Food Bank (seeded by The Trussell Trust)
Please donate an item of two from the list:
cereal, tinned fruit, long life fruit juice, tinned tomatoes, rice pudding, tinned meat, tinned carrots, tinned peas, pasta sauce, ketchup, mayo, brown sauce, tinned custard, coffee, tinned fish, long life milk, cup a soup, savoury snacks. Please place any donations in the Green box next to the font.

For Your Prayers

  • For all who work in the NHS, and essential workers
  • For all residents in care homes including, Jean Haigh and Gary Hiscock

Generosity in Thanksgiving for Vaccinations
Bishop Rachel encourages us to give to a new initiative developed with Christian Aid to show our thanksgiving for our vaccines. Information can be found here.

Parish Giving
Since the beginning of the first Lockdown in March the Ministry and Mission of the Church at St Stephen’s, in the Deanery and the Diocese has continued for which we give thanks to God. Many members of our Parish Family have generously continued with their regular giving and it is thanks to them that St Stephen’s have been able to meet the Parish Share in full. However, our income is down and our treasurer has advised that we will be in deficit this year.
Please can you help? With our church being locked for so many weeks it has not been easy for our regular givers to continue to do so: the following ways may be helpful for you…

  1. By standing order from your bank:
    A/C name: St Stephen’s PCC, Sort Code: 30 95 72, A/C No: 00261747
  2. By Cheque made payable to St Stephen’s PCC
    (Please send to Jacqui at 7 Hamilton Court Cheltenham GL51 0SG)
  3. By the regular giving envelopes.

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