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!
Our church would usually be rammed from 11.30pm for this wonderful service.
This year you can see, sing and pray with us any time from 8.00pm to welcome Jesus and celebrate the birth of our Lord … More Midnight Mass
Today our singing group, Maggie’s Music Makers lead us in singing the beautiful Advent Carol: “Of the Father’s Love Begotten”
Here are the hymns and service for morning worship at St Margaret’s on Sunday 23 August. … More Trinity 11: Who do you say I am?
This sermon was given by Rev Deborah on Sunday 29 December 2019, and was based on: Isaiah 63-7-9 Hebrews 2:10-28 Matthew 2:13-23 My Andrew, his brother and I were sitting having a ‘snacky’ tea – one of those where you use up the bits and pieces from the last few days. Andrew asked, ‘is it … More Sober Up Sunday/Lament and Hope
Today’s readings are full of images. In the gospel reading John talks about the road, the water, the fire and the axe … More Advent 2 2019
I say to you, what woman, having lost her car keys, does not search the whole house, turning even the furniture upside-down until she finds those keys? Or what man, having lost the TV remote control, doesn’t shove his hand down the back of every armchair, every sofa, into the fluff and the grime and the old biscuit crumbs and rotting apple cores, until he finds and retrieves the precious thing? … More Lost and Found
This well-known poem was written in 1932 by Mary Elizabeth Frye in response to a conversation with a Jewish friend … More Do Not Stand at My Grave and Weep (ME Frye 1905-2004)
This address was first delivered by Rev Deborah at the midnight service on Christmas Eve 2016.
There are many different headlines that hit the news. Just occasionally an inspiring event or a heart warming action may hit the headlines … More Good News!