CHRISTMAS EVE 2022 – Midnight Mass

What does tonight mean to us?   Is it joy, wonder or worry?
Christmas can be difficult for many of us as we are bombarded by adverts and demands that we should be having fun all the time and spending more than we have.  This then adds to the pressure of Christmas and can affect relationships when people are rushing backwards and forwards to the shops and doing everything else that goes along with it … More CHRISTMAS EVE 2022 – Midnight Mass

First Eucharist of Christmas

Our first Eucharist of Christmas was celebrated at 11:30pm on Christmas Eve. Due to illness, Rev Sue was unable to officiate, but Reader Christine stepped up and did a wonderful job for us.
Before the service we heard Britten’s “There is no Rose” from his “A Ceremony of carols”, then a special medley of Christmas carols sung by our singing group, Maggie’s Music Makers. We then began the service with the perennial favourite, “Once in Royal David’s City”, with the equally traditional solo first verse … More First Eucharist of Christmas

Christmas Day 2019

This sermon was given by our Reader Christine on Christmas Day. As a child and young mum, I remember watching Blue Peter and I was fascinated by the idea of time capsules.  I’ve got to admit I didn’t realise that “Blue Peter” is still running as a show and you can also chat live to … More Christmas Day 2019