We have always had very strong links with St. John’s Church in Shildon.
In the past we have attended many services in Church including Harvest, Christingle, Easter and an End of Year Service.
Many different groups of children of all ages have helped to plan and deliver Collective Worship and our termly Eucharist Services.
Parents and Carers have always been made very welcome to attend all services in Church or at school.
Unfortunately due to the coronavirus pandemic, at present, these activities are not possible. However, we look forward to resuming these activities as soon as it is safe to do so.
Harvest Food Collection 2022
This year, St. John’s Church and Shildon Alive are celebrating Harvest together by organising a food collection for the foodbank at Shildon Alive for people in our local community.
This year, as a school, we are collecting food items again.
The food items we are looking for are:
· Pasta sauces
· UHT milk
· Microwave Rice
· Tinned spaghetti
· Tinned meats
· Stewing steak
· Stock cubes
· Tins of tuna
· Tins of baked beans
· Tins of fruit
· Packets of biscuits
… plus any other dried, tinned or packet foods.
Please bring all food items into school by Thursday 13th October. Thank you.
Latest news for Saint John’s Church
We are pleased to welcome Revd. Carol Harris to Shildon. She is our new vicar who began her work during Lockdown this summer. Although we have not yet met Revd. Carol face to face, all our children and staff are excited about seeing her for the first time. We hope and pray that very soon, we will all be able to join together to worship God in school and in St. John’s Church.
In the meantime, Revd. Carol is going to prepare regular short videos for our children and staff to watch and think carefully about. This is our first mini welcome video from Revd. Carol.
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Trust in the Lord with all your heart; do not depend on your own understanding. Seek his will in all you do, and he will show you which path to take.