Please click here for the link to watch the service on Youtube
Pray and Play
For babies and preschool children along with their parents, here they will receive a very warm welcome and be cared for.
Apart from the first Sunday of the month which is an all age service, Pray & Play runs each Sunday during the 1045am service in the Narthex at the back of church .
Pray and Play is led by Sarah Leach and Hannah Morgan
Sunday Club & Level Up
Sunday Club & will be on the following dates
Sunday 20th November – TBC
Sunday 27th November – Getting Ready
Sunday 11th December – Christmas crafts, Story and nativity practice
Sunday 18th December – Nativity Service
Level Up November
Sunday 20th November – Bible study
Sunday 27th November - TBC
Sunday 11th December – TBC
Sunday 18th December – Nativity Service
Rachel and the Sunday Club team x (Sunday Club Co-Ordinator)
Midweek Encouragement Video
Phil has started posting a midweek video as a way of reflecting on what we are learning on Sundays and reminding us that God is with us in our everyday lives. The video's appear on Wednesday lunchtimes on the Church Family facebook group. The link below will take you to this week video: https://www.facebook.com/699665991/videos/948613686098595/
Men's Morning Bible Study
The next Bible Study meetings is THIS Monday
Monday 21st November - 10.30 to 11.30am
Subject: Jesus' Teaching - Miracles and Healings More details from Paul Easby.
All Men welcome
Plus Christmas Coffee Morning
Wednesday 23rd November 2022 10.30-12noon
St Andrew's Small Church Hall
Coffee/Tea & mince pies
Craft and cake stall.
24 Hour Prayer
This months 24 hour for November is on Tuesday 29th and Wednesday. 30th 8a.m.-8pm.
Please let Tina know if you can fill a slot
Thank you. Tina
Prayer for Healing
Tuesday Morning Prayer for healing 10.30 am. This is a recurring meeting. Meet anytime - All welcome
Service of Celebration for the Life of Brother Andrew
If you would like to watch the on line service on Friday 18th November 2022 at 6.30pm please click the link below https://youtu.be/Sw4mEqpwI1o
Yorkshire for Ukraine Starbeck Collection
The charity Yorkshire for Ukraine are seeking donations of items to fill vans ready for Christmas delivery for families in need in Ukraine. The garage at the Vicarage 51 Bogs Lane HG1 4EB is a collection point and the deadline for dropping items is the 2nd December. Requested items are below:
The Diocese is restructuring its training team in line with its vision of ‘confident Christians, growing churches, transforming communities’ and the national vision of developing discipleship.If you would like to know more about this post Please click here
Job Vacancy: Communications Marketing Officer
We emailed you recently regarding an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Communications and Fundraising Officer. However, for various reasons we have made some changes to the position available and would like to share this equally exciting opportunity to join us as a Communications and Marketing Officer. For further details click here
What's happening across the Diocese in November
To find out more about what is happening in our Diocese, including new appointments and special events, concerts etc, please click here to access the Diocesan E-news for November
Harrogate District Foodbank
The foodbank writes: We want to make sure that no one in our local community has to go hungry, but we need your help to make this happen. Your gift of financial support, time, business partnership and food can make a real difference.
Our local foodbank is at Life Destiny Church (behind the Methodist Church) 93B High Street Starbeck
If you would like further information on how to receive help, or to offer donations of food etc.
Please click here
If you are attending church in person we are now taking up an offering during the service which you are invited to contribute to, otherwise you can pay into St Andrew's Church bank account at any time either by one-off bank transfers or by setting up a standing order Account name: St Andrews Starbeck PCC Sort code: 40-52-40 Account number: 00007527
Phil's email:firstname.lastname@example.org - Checked regularly please use for general contact. Phil's church mobile 07376552736 ( emergency/urgent contact)
This Weeks Prayer Points
Pacific islands: At COP27, the representative from Tuvalu highlighted the extreme problems facing their population and these of other islands due to sea levels rising. Pray for those nations as they face the prospect of possibly having to move the entire people-group to another location. Pray for the International community to be willing to help them and ask for wisdom for those involved in this. Also pray for those worldwide whose mental health is affected by anxiety caused by climate change.
Russia/Ukraine: Pray about the effects of the condemnation by 94 nations at the G20 summit of Russia and its war on Ukraine. Continue to pray for the Lord's intervention so that the war can end. Grain exports are still being delayed to nations that need them desperately, and amid the celebrations of the liberation of Kherson, horrific reports are emerging of human rights abuses and there have been fresh strikes against many cities. Pray for all who are suffering so much.
Qatar: Pray for those who will be travelling to the football championships and for the impact this will have on the country. There has been controversy over the human rights abuses of workers who built the stadiums etc.. Some have died in accidents. They are mainly from Nepal, Bangladesh, India and Philippines. Pray for justice for their families.
Turkey: Pray for those who are bereaved or injured following the suicide bomb attack in Istanbul. The extreme group PKK is being blamed, so pray for the Kurdish community at this time as Turkey will want to take reprisals. Remember churches in those parts of the country which have Kurds in them
Iraq: Pray for stability and remember those who are suffering from increasing numbers of dust storms which are lethal for those who have breathing difficulties. Remember St. George's Baghdad and its ministry.
China/U.S.A: Give thanks for the recent meeting between Joe Biden and Xi Jinping. Pray that it will lead to a lessening of tensions over Taiwan etc.
Continue to pray about the Uighur community and all those who are persecuted in China, including Christians.
U.S.A: Pray for the Lord's will to be done in the results of the Midterm elections. Remember Jake and Grace O'Boyle as they serve the Lord in Arizona. Jake has some paperwork to complete to allow him to continue his residency.
Israel/West Bank: Pray about the recent election results which will result in a hard-line policy from Israel towards the Palestinians, and for all those on both sides of the long-running conflict affected by violence. Pray for Christians from both communities that they may be peacemakers.
Democratic Republic of Congo: Pray for all who are fleeing from the terrorist group M23 which is backed by Rwanda. Many are heading towards the city of Goma. Pray for Christians to be able to offer support.
India: Continue prayer for Janaki's total healing and for her and her team's ministry, remembering the school and outreach in remote villages.
Belgium: Continue prayer for the Prices and their work with their church and Ecriture, especially for the release of their Christmas song.
S.Africa: Pray for the Nobbs family as they prepare to leave for their trip to the U.K. on 24th Nov. Pray for their packing, and for those who will be running the Y.W.A.M centre in their absence.
International Y.F.C: Pray for Martin as he prepares for his trip to Romania this weekend, and for safe travel and for Sam and the family while he is away.
B.Y.F.C: Give thanks for Neil being able to attend the meetings in Germany of National Directors in Europe. Pray for the team in Halesowen and beyond as they reach out to many young people throughout the country and ask for wisdom for Neil as they try to follow the Lord's leading. Continue prayer for Joy's counselling and the rest of the family.
U.K: Pray for the government and our new prime minister to make wise decisions. Pray for Suella Braverman to be given good advice on the way forward to be fair to those seeking asylum while remembering the impact on communities here. Pray for all aid agencies working on behalf of refugees here and abroad. Pray for the NHS and that a strike of nursing staff and others can be avoided. Pray for all those who are suffering from the economic climate and for the work of CAP and in particular, Sam and Haley's role in that. Remember Jo and Paula, their family in Russia and friends in Ukraine. Pray for complete healing for Jo after her cataract op.
Local: Pray for Phil. Sally and the P.C.C as they lead the church, asking for direction as they plan for Christmas services etc. Give thanks for opportunities to welcome schools in for services and other members of the community. Pray for more people to help with Sunday Club and Level Up, Tuesday group etc. Pray for all our worship leaders and service leaders.
Remember those who are ill at this time and their carers.