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  1. You are warmly invited to join us for a community festival over the weekend of Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th August as we Emerge! from Covid.

    See the posters below for what's on offer, including the wonderful Ukelele Ska Collective - tickets available now via Eventbrite.

    We look forward to seeing you, and tell your friends too!

    Emerge general

    Here's more detail of what's on and when

    Emerge timings

    Emerge ukuleke

  2. Our next JOINT SERVICE will be to celebrate Mothering Sunday on March 31st. This will be in the New Church at 10.30am. There will be a collection for the Bishop's Lent appeal- this year all money raised will go to combat modern day slavery.

  3. A big THANK YOU to everyone who made our Winter Market such a success. Special thanks must go to Elizabeth Smallman, Claire Garrett and Sarah Robson for their huge commitment and hard work. Final amount of money raised still to be confirmed but it looks like we've made about 4k towards the New Centre. Here are some photos:

    BeFunky-collage

     

  4. Winter Craft Market

    Saturday, November 24, 2018

    10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

    All day at St Mary’s Church - Come and browse a vast array of contemporary crafts and buy all those presents in one go! Includes festive cheer! Free entry.

     e-flier Poster

  5. There are lots of events coming up over Advent/Christmas where we’d like to serve mulled wine, beginning with our Winter Market on Nov 25th. If you are able to donate a bottle of red wine we’d be really grateful. And would anyone like to serve mulled wine over the festive season?  Depending on who is available and when, we will be looking to offer this at weekends whilst the Christmas tree market is running. If you might be free, please write your name on the list at the back of church. 

  6. All Souls Service,

    7pm in the New Church

    Thursday evening

     

    Is there someone you love

    but from whom you are

    parted by death?

     

    Would you like them

    remembered at the service?

    If so, please come early enough to print their name

    before the service begins.

    If you cannot be there, cards for names to be written on

    can be found this week,

    on the prayer table outside the Epiphany Chapel.

     

    Though we need to weep your loss,

    You dwell in that safe place in our hearts,

    Where no storm or night or pain can reach you.

     

    John ODonohue