Every evening in Kingdom Season, from Ascension to Pentecost, Thu 21 May to Sat 30 May we will be holding a Common Worship Evening Prayer meeting via Zoom. We will start the meeting at about 1655 (4.55pm). All are welcome. If you don’t receive our parish emails, please email the Parish Office for meeting details and the Order of Service.
Alleluia, Christ is risen! He is risen indeed, Alleluia! WELCOME Do you have a picture of a rainbow in your window? Most of us do, but I was reminded in one of my conversations this week, that not everybody knows about the rainbow in the bible and God’s promise. It got me thinking, a comparison with our current situation and … Read More
Alleluia, Christ is risen! He is risen indeed, Alleluia! WELCOME Another week of sunshine, another week at home. I hope you have managed some exercise even if its up and down the stairs? We went for a walk on Monday up to the Great Park, in fact we ended going quite abit further as we just loved being out and … Read More
WELCOME We’ve had a mixed week with the weather but the much-needed rain was welcome, it saved me taking the hose down the garden to water in the newly planted beans etc. You never imagine having to water the garden in April! True to form we did have some real April showers this week though. When we are able to … Read More
WELCOME What a glorious week we’ve had with the weather, I hope you have been able to sit outside or go for your walk and enjoy the warmth of the sun and the blue sky? The rectory garden is coming along nicely and I am eternally grateful for the space we have here at the rectory. But its not all … Read More
WELCOME – Church at Home continues, thank you for joining us as we worship together from our homes. Together in faith we light a candle to remind us of the light of Christ, bringing hope and love in this time of waiting. We are waiting for this to be over and it will, but to me, it feels like we … Read More
Christ is Risen!! Alleluia!! As we are not able to gather in church this year, this liturgy is offered to you as a way of celebrating Easter at home- either on your own or with your family. If you can, find a small bowl of water and a candle (and matches) before you begin your worship. We will be worshipping … Read More