Thanks to all of the families who came to the Church@4 Star Wars Service. Everyone had a great time eating lots of food (with Ham Solo sandwiches), singing, having a lightsaber sparring competition, and of course learning about the real light and force of the world! The next Church@4 is all about Nerfs (yes, the infamous Nerfs!!) and it is on the 11th February. Why … Continue reading May the force be with you
Dust off your lightsabre, practice putting verbs at the end of your sentences, take this as an excuse to binge watch all eight episodes and spin offs, because Church@4 is bringing you a Star Wars Service this Sunday…at 4.00pm, complete with cakes and sandwiches. Yes, the moment has finally arrived when you can feel justified that you spent £1000 on that Darth Vader costume. There’ll … Continue reading To Church@4 this Sunday will you come?
Our next Christianity Explored course starts on Tuesday 16th Jan at 19.30 and will be at the Vicarage – with dessert! Come along and bring your friends. Continue reading Christianity Explored for 2018
Taken from the Guardian – written by Patriarch Theophilos III Today, 7 January, is Christmas, according to the Orthodox Christian cale ndar. And Orthodox Christians are keeping the feast in the Holy Land, where Christmas – and Christianity – began. Much attention has been paid recently to political decisions recognising Jerusalem in one light or another. The media attention highlights the seemingly intractable political struggle here. But as well … Continue reading Christians are at risk of being driven out of the Holy Land
Getting healthy, getting fit, having a better work/life balance are great resolutions for the next year, but us humans are more than just what we do and how we look. To get to the source of contentment for the next year, we need to see the big picture: that each of us has been made in God’s image to know him and enjoy him forever. … Continue reading Start this year with a spiritual resolution this Sunday
Happy new year! Let’s pray for God’s blessing for a year of hope and joy for our benefice community. Have a wonderful 2018! Continue reading Happy new year!
The link below contains a short clip of what our benefice got-up to over the Christmas period. Apologies in advance for the lack of St Michael’s and All Saints in comparison with St Mary’s, unfortunately I was unable to get to all the additional activities within the benefice this year. That said, it was a great Christmas in our benefice and hopefully this film clip … Continue reading Christmas Film