Events

img075 Links to harvest hymns:
We Plough the Fields and Scatter: 
Come Ye Thankful People Come:                                                     https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3n7IUCdqAM&t=11s
Think of a World Without Any Flowers: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eDfMFOuYbLs
For the Fruits of His Creation:   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4UaA7QNedig
Or you may like to join in this prayer for Harvest and Thanksgiving:
In our harvest thanksgiving services at Thirkleby we normally take a collection for Christian Aid .  Perhaps you would like to donate directly to them this year? This is the link to their Autumn 2020 Appeal:  https://www.christianaid.org.uk/appeals/key-appeals/global-neighbours-autumn-appeal
If you would like to donate non-perishable items to Thirsk Clock and Community Care there will be a box outside the Parish Hall from 10th to 19th October.  https://www.communityworks.uk/appeals
The Annual Parochial Church Meeting which was postponed from April will be held in
 
All Saints Church on Sunday 11th October 2020 at 11.30am
 
immediately following the 10.30am Holy Communion service.
 
All parishioners are warmly invited.  

 

 

 

 

THIRKLEBY POSITIVE PHOTO PROJECT

We invite you to have fun capturing

Community spirit       Initiative         Positivity  

Creativity          Improvisation     The wonders of Mother Nature

in and around your home, garden and village over the coming weeks

 email to gillwalmsley@tiscali.co.uk

We will be arranging a display at a later date

 

The Community Meeting which was due to be held on the 30th March has been postponed. However, All Saints PCC is still really interested in the views of the community regarding the future of the church building.

Therefore, if you would like more information on the challenges facing
the PCC, have some views that you would like to share with the PCC, or
have some ideas about how you could help, please contact:
Doug Gillanders
by email doug.gillanders@btinternet.com
or phone on 07919 127922.

Public Meeting

If you have connections with, or any interest in, All Saints Church, Thirkleby                                                         we would like to invite you to a meeting                                                                             in Great Thirkleby Parish Hall on Monday 30th March at 7pm.

Many people will have lived in or had family connections with the parish, perhaps were baptised or married at All Saints or have relatives buried there, visited the church on occasions or just admired it from afar. The church with its magnificent spire, stands on high ground amongst fields to the north east of the A19 and paints a delightful picture of the English countryside for those travelling past.

There has been a church at Thirkleby for at least 900 years. The present Grade II* listed building was commissioned by Lady Louisa Frankland-Russell of Thirkleby Hall in memory of her late husband Sir Robert and was built by the renown ‘rogue’ architect E B Lamb in 1851 and as such is of significant historic interest.

The church is now in need of substantial repairs to the roof and stonework (present estimate approximately £140,000). We are a very small Parochial Church Council (5 members) and we feel we need to consult with the community and obtain support to develop a plan to take things forward to the best advantage for all.

The meeting will be an opportunity to discuss the scope and cost of the necessary repairs, options for funding, the future of All Saints Church, possible ways of enhancing the usefulness of the building to the community and how people can contribute.  There will be an opportunity to ask questions and let us know your vision for the church.

If you are interested in the future of All Saints but are unable to come along to the meeting – or if you would like further information or have questions to ask, please contact our churchwarden   Doug Gillanders on 07919 127922 or email doug.gillanders@btinternet.com