WORSHIP DURING PANDEMIC

Our buildings have closed but our church remains open: YOU CAN FOLLOW OUR LIVESTREAM ON FACEBOOK AT 10AM ON A SUNDAY, EVEN IF YOU DON’T HAVE AN ACCOUNT. CLICK HERE. Priest have been prohibited from using the church for these services by our Archbishops, so I...
Mothering Sunday – under siege!

Mothering Sunday – under siege!

This year, because we aren’t able to celebrate publicly, we would love you to offer photos & prayers for your mothers, or those who have been mothers to you, on our Facebook page, and we’ll pray the prayers when the priests offer mass....

Ash Wednesday – 26th February 7.30pm

Begin your Lent with this contemplative Eucharist reflecting on who you are, how much God loves you, and his fervent desire to call you closer to himself. Some people see Ash Wednesday as a punishing, depressing day. As we begin Lent, though, we are reminded that God...

Flourish – a new course for Lent coming soon!

Why do we pray for people to get better? I am interested in the connections between my faith/spiritual life and my health – is this something that the church could help me with? How could my church help support those with health needs in the community? ‘Flourish’ is a...

Children receiving Holy Communion

Last year the PCC discussed the proposal, following requests from both parents and children, that we might offer the sacrament of Holy Communion to children before confirmation, but after a period of consultation and discussion. We shall be holding a consultation with...

From humble beginnings

  It is often quite extraordinary how things that begin with humble origins can grow into something far greater than could ever have been expected. Many of you will know the story of Jack Cohen, born the son of a poor Polish Jewish tailor in the East End of...
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