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Connecting with us

Liturgies & Zoom
During this current season we are producing some simple liturgies to help us to connect to God and with each other on a Sunday morning. These are for use wherever we are and whoever we may be with and can be led by anybody. We distribute these via email usually on a Friday or a Saturday. If you... read more
 

Sunday Liturgy 29/03/2020

Dear Friends, Grace & peace to you all in the precious name of the Lord Jesus I hope you are all keeping well? Obviously, we find ourselves now in some very challenging times – not just physically with the threat of the virus, but also, I feel, mentally too. Being in... read more
 

Liturgy for Sunday 22/03/20

Connecting with one another - a "church service" you can do at home
Connecting with one another The aim of this liturgy is to give us all something to be able to do ‘together’ – yet wherever we might be and whoever we might be with. It consists of some things to do, prayers to say, music to sing or to listen to (if you have access to YouTube, or... read more
 

All church activities paused

Following government advice we are PAUSING ALL CURRENT CHURCH BUILDING-BASED ACTIVITIES - including meeting on Sunday mornings for the forseeable future. However, we will be experimenting with different ways of connecting with one another over the coming weeks and are producing materials to enable... read more
 

Toddlers cancelled

Unfortunately we have had to also CANCEL our Toddlers group for the forseeable future. And we are currently considering if or how we meet at our usual gatherings on Sundays. Please check back to this website for further updates.

Meeting cancellations

Apricot lunch club and our Connect groups are both CANCELLED this week.

Coronavirus precautions

Dear Friends, As I am sure you are all aware the coronavirus is continuing to grow in its effect on our lives, communities and country. As a church this obviously means that, as the situation continues and develops, we are looking at how this will affect us, particularly at the ways in which we... read more