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Being Church when the Church Buildings are closed

Here is a picture of Josie Baker enjoying her birthday cake on her 93rd birthday at the end of May. Josie was a regular member of St. Mary’s Church and before Lockdown enjoyed Welcome Wednesdays. She enjoyed her party with neighbours socially distancing.  












During this lock-down time, I have decided to video myself telling the 'Bible Adventures with Teddy and Dolly' Stories just for you and/ or your children, to cheer you, to make you think, or to use as a free resource for online services.

This is the first one - Teddy and the Picnic (based on John 6 v 1-14) Enjoy!

Revd Liz England,

Team Rector



Christian Aid virtual giving envelope here from the Archdeacon of Chesterfield.UK charity fighting global poverty | Christian Aid



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New Diocesan magazine available here Our Diocese Together

During this very difficult time, and in an effort to provide care and love to families suffering loss, Buxton Team Parish and Derby Diocese has decided that until further notice, all church funeral fees will not be charged to Funeral Directors acting on behalf of bereaved families in the area.  

Happy Easter from all at Buxton Team Parish.  View video here. 

Worship to be used at home during the suspension of church services here (during Lent)

Holy Week & Easter letter from the Rector here

NHS Mental Health support here

Shopping Delivery help from Connex here

If you would like us to pray for you or a loved one, please contact buxtonparish@hotmail.com or call 07547 631 851

The Lord is Risen! Alleluia! - Stuff Fundies Like

Christian Aid North Staffordshire Sponsored Walk.

I completed the sponsored walk around Tittesworth Reservoir on Saturday 21 March raising a total of £250 for Christian Aid. Thanks to all my sponsors, and to Martin Collins and Eric Thompson who walked with me. Do not worry about paying the money back if you owe me, until times are back to normal! Keep safe everyone.

Liz Collins

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