Good morning and welcome to our service of Holy Communion for Sunday 19 June 2022: the first after trinity, the Sunday after Corpus Christi, and Father’s Day … More Father’s Day
It is lovely to be with you on this Maundy Thursday, that special day in the church’s year when we recall the Last Supper, the Footwashing and the Garden of Gethsemane where Jesus prayed; it feels like too much for one day rather like a triple decker chocolate cake from Slattery’s! … More Maundy Thursday Sermon
Our Reader Christine gave this reflection on the morning of good Friday at St George’s Church, Simister. Here it is for you again … More Good Friday at St George’s, Simister
What image comes to your mind when you think of someone or something that’s really clean inside and out? For me it is the image of a baby/child at their Baptism. They are brought to the font with a clean heart and are baptised with Holy Water in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit … More August 29 Trinity 13 Clean Inside and Out
Welcome to our service of Holy Communion for the forth Sunday of Easter. Today Rev Sue presides and Rev Deborah preaches … More Fear and Doubt
Welcome to our service of Holy Communion for Sunday 11 April, recorded live at St Margaret’s Prestwich. We begin with the hymn “I Danced in the Morning”, sung here by Rev Deborah and Carol, accompanied by Tom … More Lockdown/Locked in/Locked Out – service
This reflection was given by our ALM Carol at the morning service on Sunday 11 April. Here it is for you … More Lockdown/Locked in/Locked Out – a reflection
Alleluia! Christ is risen.
He is risen indeed. Alleluia!
A very warm welcome to our service of Holy Communion celebrating the resurrection of our Lord on this Easter Sunday 2021. We have hymns and prayers for you to join in with, readings, reflections and anthems to listen to, and of course, “Alleluias” to sing with us … More Easter Day 2021: Christ is risen!
Welcome to our service of Holy Communion, live-streamed from the vicarage by Rev Deborah. https://fb.watch/37MJbYx8xI/
It has been said that if you want to give God a good laugh, tell him your five-year plan. That’s not to say that we shouldn’t have dreams, goals or plans. Just that we have no idea what’s around the corner, and we should be flexible and adapt to our changing circumstances … More Adam Lay Ybounden (Trad, arr. Warlock)