Would you like to understand more about what Muslims believe? This is a day to help us begin to explore this subject. There will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions.

led by Dr Chris Hewer

Chris is a Christian who has worked in Christian-Muslim relations for many years. From 1999 to 2005 he was Adviser on Inter-Faith Relations to the Bishop of Birmingham and from 2005 to 2010 in London as the St Ethelburga Fellow in Christian-Muslim Relations.

It is important to pre-book a place. Please phone or email with your name and address

Date: Saturday May 14th 2011

Time: 10.00am start – 3.30pm

Location: St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church, Psalter Lane, Sheffield S11 8YL

Tel: 0114 2678289

email: office@sapl.ecclesallmethodist.org

Followed by optional tea. Teas, coffees, juice and fruit will be provided, but please bring your own packed lunch. No charge, but plate for donations on the day.


Sheffield Environment WeeksHow can we ensure tomorrow’s lunch for all?

Come and ask the experts

Jenny Patient: local climate change campaigner
Huw Evans: local business owner
David Hughes: Chair of Transition Hope Valley
Dr. John Cripps: engineering geologist
Dr Sandy Kennedy: Chair

A Sheffield Environment Weeks event arranged by St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church Eco-Congregation Group

TUESDAY 3rd May at 7.30pm
St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church, 31 Psalter Lane S11 8YL

For more information contact the church office on 0114 267 8289 or email office@sapl.ecclesallmethodist.org




Commuters on Ecclesall Road will start earning Carbon Quids® this week, as rewards for choosing greener ways to travel.

People choosing to walk, cycle, take the bus or car share on and around Ecclesall Road will earn Carbon Quids for their journeys, which can then be redeemed in local shops, cafes and restaurants.

From this week, people can sign up at www.carbonquids.info, record their journeys, and start collecting the points, or ‘quids’. They will then receive a reward card that gives them discounts and freebies with local businesses.

Fiona Mitchell from Ecclesall plans to sign up to the scheme:

“Having just moved to the area, we’ve decided to sell our car and walk more. We’re finding it quick, easy and cheap to do the school run and get to work on foot, and now we’ll be able to save even more with the Carbon Quids scheme.”

Businesses where people can redeem their Carbon Quids include Endcliffe Park Café, Little Gems, Beauty Care Salon, Flora, Cuts of Class, and Rhyme and Reason. Offers include 20% off services at 284 hair, 10% off fine Jewellery at Adorn, free drinks with food purchases at Endcliffe Park Café, and buy one get one free at Pizza Hut.

The scheme benefits local businesses by drawing customers into their shop, bar or restaurant to redeem their rewards. Christine Parker, owner of Cuts of Class, said:

“We are very keen to be involved in Carbon Quids. It’s a great idea and we are more than happy to provide the offers to local people, particularly as it contributes to helping the environment.”

So local people and businesses will be helping themselves as well as helping the environment by making smarter choices. To find out more about the scheme, visit www.carbonquids.info.

What do you think about it?


Meditations on the Cross

Images from The Methodist Church Collection of Modern Christian Art

Music – String Quartets by Shostakovich

Addresses by Rev Canon Nick Jowett

On Good Friday 22nd April, 2011

From 12 noon till 3.00 pm

At St Andrew’s Psalter Lane Church, 31 Psalter Lane S11 8YL

For more details email  njowett@sapl.ecclesallmethodist.org