I wonder, do you, like me, have a quick check list every time you walk out through the front door. Phone, keys, money – how many times have I raced up and downstairs looking everywhere twice because one of those mysteriously wasn’t to be found … More The kindness of strangers
Welcome to our service of Holy Communion for the third Sunday of Epiphany, livestreamed this morning by Rev Sue.
We begin with the hymn “Father, Lord of all Creation” … More Epiphany 3
On the Ninth Day of Christmas, My True Love Gave to Me: Nine Ladies Dancing. These nine dancers represent the Holy gifts known as the fruit of the Spirit. The fruits are love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, generosity, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.
This article was submitted for the June 2020 issue of our parish magazine, and contains many helpful links for Mental Health … More Mind the Gap! – Social Distancing and Mental Health
Please continue to pray about the coronavirus outbreak … More Coronavirus: Prayers about the outbreak
As you have probably heard on the news, in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the Church of England has suspended public worship with immediate effect. None of our regular services will run for the foreseeable future.
But that doesn’t stop us being church – we are just going to have to do things differently … More CORONAVIRUS UPDATE MARCH 18TH, 2020
This sermon was given by Rev Deborah on Wednesday 9 October 2019. You can listen again here … More Jonah
This article comes to you against a backdrop of chemical attacks and reprisal bombings in Syria, protracted Brexit negotiations, teenage mental health issues at an all time high, endemic loneliness amongst the elderly in our society, poverty and food banks as a norm in the UK, the world’s oceans clogged up with plastics, more high school shootings in the USA, grotesque power-posturing by political world leaders, and countless other atrocities at home and around the world … More A Place at the Table
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…