Peterborough Diocese says: “You make the difference!”

1 – 7 June is National Volunteer Week.  It is time to celebrate all of those people who give their time and skills as a volunteer in Peterborough Diocese. Without you so many things would not happen at all.

Revd Rachel Hethington and Volunteers
Revd Rachel Hethington and St David’s Community Cafe volunteers

So a huge Thank you to:

Church Wardens, Treasurers, Lay Pastoral Ministers, Children’s Workers, Worship Teams, Hospitality providers of coffee and tea,  Welcomers, Volunteer Youth Workers, Sunday School Teachers, Home Group Leaders,

Alive Mission Photo by Nick Clarke Media

Lay Pioneers, Gardeners, Cleaners, Flower Arrangers, Volunteer Parish Secretaries, PCC Members, Treasurers, Vergers, Readers, Scout and Guide Leaders, Tiny Tot Groups, Volunteer Transportation (via bus and car) Days Out Organizers,

Charlotte Nobbs teaching Children’s Work with Song

Mothers Union, Choirs, Prayer teams and Prayer Trees, Eucharistic Assistants, Evangelists, Pastoral Ministers, Acolytes, Fund Raisers, Community Workers, Open the Book leaders, School Assistants, Help with the Homeless, Alpha Course Leaders, Keyholders, Bell Ringers, Linen Washers, Event Organisers, Volunteers for School Assemblies, Volunteer Business Consultants, Parish Nurses, Food Bank workers – gathering and distributing, Service Organizers – and this list is by no means complete.

Thank you to all who give in all the ways that make churches, missions, communities and schools work well for the Kingdom of God.

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