This is the sermon given by Rev Deborah on the evening of Maundy Thursday … More Foot washing? Shoe-shining? or something else?
This year, owing to the pandemic, our act of service for Maundy Thursday will be polishing shoes rather than washing feet. Revs Deborah and Sue explain all: … More Maundy Thursday 2021
Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday throughout Lent we are pleased to offer you an appropriate Lenten hymn.
The sixth week of Lent is Holy Week, and today is Maundy Thursday … More Thy will be done
Every Tuesday and Thursday in Lent we will bring you a short reflection based on one of the Stations of the Cross. Today is Maundy Thursday.
Today Rev Deborah talks about Station 13: Jesus dies on the cross … More Station of the Cross 13: Jesus dies on the cross
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
Welcome to our service of Holy Communion, live-streamed from the vicarage by Rev Deborah. https://fb.watch/37MJbYx8xI/
On the Eighth Day of Christmas, My True Love Gave to Me: Eight Maids a-Milking. This gift represents the Beatitudes – and that Christ came to save everyone, regardless of wealth or status. The eight who are blessed include the poor in spirit, those who mourn, the meek, those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, … More New Year’s Day: the 8th Day of Christmas
This article was first published in the November 2020 issue of our parish magazine. You can read it again here … More Virtue in a time of Necessity
Please join us for our service of Holy Communion for Sunday 22 November 2020, celebrating Christ the King … More Christ the King
Here is our service of Holy Communion for the second Sunday before Advent, on 15 November 2020 … More Second Sunday Before Advent