We wish you a Blessed Advent Season and A Happy Christmas!
May the Peace and Light of Christ fill all our hearts this Advent and Christmas.
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Update on our Church Reopening
How have you all been keeping throughout a difficult past few months? Our prayers as a Church are forever with you all.
We have resumed public worship (Parish Eucharist) on Wednesdays at 12 mid-day and on Sundays at 10:30 am. We continue to worship in a Covid secure way and ask that those attending our services wear a face mask at all times during the service, except when receiving the Holy Communion, which is currently in one kind.
Weekly Services, Prayer and Events
- Wednesdays @ 12 Noon - Said Parish Eucharist
- Thursday @ 8 pm - Zoom Compline/Night Prayer (During Advent we will have Zoom Advent reflection)
to Join our Zoom group please email firstname.lastname@example.org or send a text to
mobile on People and Contacts page.
- Fridays from 9 - 11 am - Distribution of Food and Care Parcels (Please come to the Church)
- Sundays @ 10:30 am - Main Parish Eucharist with Hymns/Music Played.
We will continue with a live stream service on Sundays for those who are shielding and cannot come out to worship. We hope that in the fullness of time, everyone will be be able to come together again in Church for us to worship together as is customary in the tradition of the Anglican Church. We also continue to observe government's and the Church of England's Covid-19 guidance, and we have made our Church building Covid safe. Please also ensure you wear a mask whenever you visit our Church to ensure everyone is safe including yourself.
My prayer as the Parish Priest is that all our anxieties and worries that we might be holding about returning to Church for public worship, will be quietened by the all consuming love, peace and protection of God Almighty; the one in whom we 'live, move and have our being.'
Fr Staffan Dawkins