This Is Just to say thankyou for all the cards and the two books which I wanted.
The cheque was overwhelming and of course I shall spend wisely or should I say Beverley will.
The last Sunday in the Benefice was an amazing day. Staring with a baptism at Rowley, which ended, if you noticed with Lewis playing show me the way to go home. The choir were amazing. Then a lovely service at Bishop Burton, and Dave Benyon playing a wonderful piece to finish off that service. The ministry of music within the Benefice is an underplayed resource and thankyou.
Beverley and I truly have experienced so much love and generosity from so many people that it has been a great support to me and my family.
And now you begin a new phase initially into a vacancy. I would ask that you support all those working to maintain the Mission of our Church and pray for them as they do God’s work.
In due course a new Vicar will be appointed and I know that you will welcome them with the love and generosity you showed me.
I am going to add the prayer I used before; Step softly into your weeping world, incarnate God; embrace it in your love. Bring light into broken lives, warmth into frozen hearts, hope to those at war.
May your peace pervade every place. Help us to approach this year filled with the joy of our companionship, as we step out in faith with you, ready to face the future, whatever it may hold. Amen
You will remain in in my heart and prayers Godspeed and Many Blessings and Thankyou
Revd David H Messer
We have heard the phrase “use it or lose it” the UK’s sub-postmasters have been joined by MP’s and the national media to get this important message across.
Figures suggest over 2000 will close next year, lucky for us Little Weighton is not one of them. Support your local Post Office!
Last year we expressed an interest in Safer Roads Humber’s community speed watch project from Humberside police. The scheme has been supported by the board of Safer Roads Humber including all four local councils.
We now need your help to create a list of local residents that would like to volunteer and keep the roads throughout Rowley Parish safer. Volunteers will be supported by the Parish Council and Safer Roads Humber including a new full time Speed Watch co-ordinator.
If you would like to support our Safer Roads Humber scheme please contact Sandy – Contact Clerk
As a community, I know that you all support each other; however some residents may require additional support in the coming days/weeks & months.
Residents should ensure they are following current advice provided by the Government, Public Health England and the NHS.
If you need to be signposted for any additional support, please contact the clerk or any member of the Parish Council – we are always monitoring recommended guidance, we will update you as and when required.
Please click here for the official, update NHS Advice, regarding Coronavirus (Covid-19) click here
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