Good evening and a very warm welcome to our Christmas Eve midnight service – the first Eucharist of Christmas … More First Eucharist of Christmas
Good morning and welcome to our service of Holy Communion for the 4th Sunday of Advent, which includes our Sunday School’s nativity presentation. … More Sunday School Nativity Presentation
Every day throughout Advent we are pleased to offer you a little Advent treat. Today, Daniel reads for us “While Angels Watch”, a charming Christmas story by Marni McGee … More Digital Advent Calendar 2021 day 5
Rachel Treweek is the Bishop of Gloucester. In 2019 she had a Sabbatical – a time away from her normal duties for reflection and study. The result was a book “Encounters” … More Encounters: Jesus, connection and story: Past, present and future, by Rachel Treweek
Have you ever had a conversation that has been life changing? It may have been a conversation that started on a first date. It may have been a discussion about a wedding … More A Conversation: What are you looking for?
Every Tuesday and Thursday in Lent we will bring you a short reflection based on one of the Stations of the Cross. Today is Easter Day.
Today Rev Deborah talks about Station 16: Jesus is risen! … More Station 16: Jesus is Risen!
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 for the Easter Vigil. Please do join in with the prayers and hymns. … More Easter Vigil 2021
Rev Deborah, Rev Sue and Reader Christine offer this deeply moving service for Good Friday … More Good Friday 2021: Cross of Nails
Imagine the scene. Two young children creeping into mum and dad’s room on Mothering Sunday and in not so hushed tones, wake their dad up.
‘Dad, you said that mum breakfast in bed so that she could have a lie in. Can we do it now?’ … More MOTHERING SUNDAY: Rev Deborah’s sermon