Have you ever noticed a change in someone and wondered what had happened? The person who recently had been quiet and preoccupied suddenly seems much happier and without a care in the world. Perhaps they had been worried about a diagnosis and been given the all-clear or had passed the exam they were really worrying about, or had fallen in love. Once you found out the reason, it all made sense … More Breaking out
Good morning and welcome to our service of Holy Communion for Sunday 19 February 2023. Rev Mike Dyson leads our worship.
We begin with the hymn “The Church’s One Foundation” … More The Transfiguration
In 1965, only 3 years after his first album, Bob Dylan was already an extremely popular singer songwriter. Yet when he played at Newport Folk festival that year, was booed off the stage after only 3 songs … More Being who we are meant to be
In a museum, many years ago, there was an amazing exhibit. It was a tiny globe, just a few feet in diameter, yet it held so much mystery and so much beauty within it that people travelled for miles and miles, just to see it. There were always crowds around it and queues lined up, patiently waiting for their turn to view the wonder … More October’s Letter from the Vicar
As a butterfly soared overhead, one caterpillar said to the other, ‘You’ll never get me up in one of those things.’ … More What Resurrection Means
When a new boss takes over a company, everyone begins to speculate about what changes they might make? Because everyone expects them to do something different … More Epiphany 3 – 26th January, 2020
This sermon was given by Rev Sue on Wednesday 19 September 2018. You can listen again here … More St Theodore
Last week was a mixture of emotions; joy, because our Lord had risen and sadness because it was Rev. Caroline’s last service with us, both life changing events for different people … More Change in inevitable…
I am sure there are quite a few of us that have relatives living abroad who have decided to start a new life in lands unknown and I know how difficult that first parting can be.
I can still remember the day my brother told us, as a family, that he was leaving the UK to live in … More Faithful Changes