Holbeck Hill, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 3BW
Bible ServiceOur Bible Service was held at St Martin’s Church on Thursday 9th November. This is where our Year 3 Children and older children who have joined us since last year receive their Bible. We are very grateful to FOSM who provide the Bibles each year.
We are part of the Deanery of Scarborough, which contains includes churches in Scarborough and the surrounding villages. Our home church is St Martin's in Scarborough. Father David is our incumbent and leads worship in our school, along with Father Richard and Father Adam. We also have a partnership with FISS (Faith in Scarborough Schools) who provide us with guests, including Bruce Clark, Roger Gray and Rev. Geoff Bowell, to lead worship most Wednesdays.
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Father David and Father Adam will come into school every Friday from November 3rd to lead our confirmation classes for Year 6 pupils interested in being confirmed by the Bishop on January 28th 2018.
Our next school Eucharist is on February 2nd 2018.
Our Bible Service for Year 3 pupils is at St Martin's Church on November 9th 2017 at 10 am.
Many thanks for your gifts for the Harvest festival. They were donated to The Rainbow Centre in Scarborough. We also raised £70 by dressing in rainbow colours for the centre Christmas party.
Our Christian Values
Our Collective worships in the first half term will be focused on the value of justice this half term. The justice revealed in the Bible is always revealed in the context of love. It includes the call to take responsibility for one another, especially the poor and oppressed, and to see that no one is excluded from the essentials of life.
In the second half term we will be looking at the value of love and linking it to the British values of respect and tolerance. We will also be learning about the festival of advent, which takes place on the four Sundays before Christmas day is the time of preparation and waiting for Jesus’ coming. Christmas is celebrated by the Anglican Church as the day of Jesus Christ’s Birth- The meaning of the five candles in the Advent ring relative to the four Sundays of Advent and Christmas Day.