Thou whose almighty word, Lord thy word abideth, Glorious things of thee are spoken, just 3 of our hymns today speak about God’s word telling us this is Bible Sunday. Why today you may ask, when we use the Bible every Sunday, but today we give thanks for the Bible. I’d like to begin with the following poem which I came across when preparing my reflection … More Bible Sunday 2021
This is Rev Sue’s article from the October issue of our parish magazine. Here it is for you again: Eight years ago, we moved into the area and began to look around for a church where I would worship every Sunday. We went to a few different churches, but none was quite right. Then we … More Taking off the L plates
Last month Rev Deborah and I chose the theme of walking with Jesus for Messy Church.
We began with an activity about his birth and then focussed on a couple of parables and miracles. Trying to imagine ourselves walking with Jesus as the disciples had, watching and learning from him … More Walking with Jesus
Rev Deborah was the preacher on Sunday 18 April. Here is her sermon for you to ponder again … More Why are you frightened?
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?
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
Welcome to our service of Holy Communion, live-streamed from the vicarage by Rev Deborah. https://fb.watch/37MJbYx8xI/
This sermon was preached by Rev Sue. You can read it again here: Salt has a bad press these days. We are constantly being warned not to eat too much, because it is present in so many foods from bread to cornflakes and we don’t realise how much we eat. Too much salt can lead … More Salt of the Earth
We know that if the events of Lent, Good Friday and Easter had never happened then following events would not have taken place and we may not have heard about the glory of God … More Next before Lent