Harvest Praise 2020 comes to you from St Margaret’s Prestwich. Do please join in with the prayers and singing at home. … More Harvest Praise
Rev Deborah starts Peregrini Prayer each morning with a short story. It is always linked to the forthcoming bible reading and the theme for the day’s prayers … More He Ain’t Heavy
This article first appeared in the September 2017 issue of the parish magazine. You can read it again here: This is one of my favourite hymns, learned at High Down County Junior School, Portishead, back in the 1970s, and always sung with gusto by everyone present. I never quite understood who Julie was, nor why … More O Jesus I Have Promised
Lockdown restrictions mean that at present we cannot sing together in church. We can however sing – loud and proud – in our own homes! And it’ll take way more than a pesky global pandemic to stop us … More Lockdown Songs of Praise
This service is being livestreamed on our Facebook page. Afterwards, the video will be able to watch here … More Trinity 6 (2020)
This article appeared in the May issue of our parish magazine, which was distributed predominantly digitally. … More Alleluia!
Today’s gospel is probably one of the more familiar healing passages known to most of us and follows a number of sayings from Jesus that Luke has recorded, such as the Rich man and Lazarus … More Trinity 17
Easter Day 2018 was Rev Caroline’s last with us, and her sermon will follow shortly … More Easter Day 2018
This sermon was given by Rev Deborah at the midnight service on Christmas Eve 2017. She was assisted by our organist Tom.
How many carol services have you been to this year? However many that may be you there is something about singing carols that is timeless. At the end of our own Carol Service, a week last Sunday, several people said to me ‘it is beginning to feel like Christmas now’ … More A Christmas Carol?
On Wednesday 22 November Rev Caroline preached on the importance of music in praising God – drawing on Revelation 4:1-11 and Psalm 150. You can listen again here … More St Cecilia