LISTEN to the Service on 2nd August

Here is a recording of the first Service back in church:
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CHURCH OPEN for PRIVATE PRAYER – UPDATE

The church will be open for individual private prayer  on Sunday afternoons and Wednesday afternoons from about noon to about 4.30pm.   We do ask that you use the hand sanitiser just inside the north door and observe safe distancing.  Notices are there to inform you of other...
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TRADITIONAL SUNG EUCHARIST – 26th July

On Sunday 26th July from 9.30am a Sung Service recorded in the church in our usual pattern and with contributions from the choir will be available on our  Facebook and YouTube pages, as well as here.   Do take a look! After the service the choir’s Gloria and Psalm will be...
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REFLECTION for 6th Sunday after Trinity

Rosemary Whipp writes: Jesus often taught His followers by parables. A parable is a simple story illustrating a religious lesson or truth. Quite often there were different layers to the story so that people would understand different truths from it. I find that when listening to...
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SEA SUNDAY 12th July

July 12th is Sea Sunday, the day when the Anglican churches remember seafarers. The Church of England’s missionary society, the Mission to Seafarers, has been serving seafarers since 1856. Nowadays the majority of the work is carried out through centres at major ports around the...
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REFLECTION for 5th Sunday after Trinity

Revd Ian Whitley writes: The Parable of the Sower As I start today, I going to continue reflecting of the theme of change that seems to be so prevalent in society today, the talk of a new normal being found. It is interesting that phrase – new normal. This idea that we look at...
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WHEN WILL THE CHURCH BE OPEN FOR WORSHIP?

Legally we were allowed to hold services in the church building again from the start of July.  But the PCC decided, in the interests of safety, to delay till at least August to give us time to put the necessary plans and precautions in place, according to the guidance we have...
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REFLECTION for 4th Sunday after Trinity (5th July)

Faith Collins writes: In recent months everyone has been looking for the right advice: scientists, governments individuals, all seeking guidance on how to behave to be safe. This weekend, when the Lockdown is being partially eased, sensible advice and following the right lead is...
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SUNG EUCHARIST – Sunday 28th at 2.00pm

Welcome to a traditional Sung Eucharist with choir, readers and sermon, on Sunday 28th at 2.00pm – join us here    
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REFLECTION for 2nd SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY

Patrick Hopkinson writes: How much should we focus on the differences between us? How much should the past interfere with the present? How should the present judge the past? These questions and others have been going through my mind since the tragic death of George Floyd in...
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