Hello and welcome! You will find out lots about what is happening in and around the Church. Do check out our CAP pages and our Energy Efficiency Project Worker here and on our social media. We are looking forward to all the new challenges that lie ahead, and we hope to support our parish even more as restrictions lift more and more. We are also taking part in The Kiltwalk 2021 to raise funds to help develop audio-visual resources so we can continue online provision as well as resources for hall lets and groups. More information will be appearing here soon.
We are egg-citedly(!) looking forward to Easter and the weeks that follow. We are opening the Church on Easter Sunday to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus, and we have now three services planned with Holy Communion. It is a joyous Sunday to be together online, on the telephone or in person to celebrate. For Christians we are grateful for the loving sacrifice of Jesus, marked on Good Friday with prayer and sharing the story from the Gospels. On Easter Sunday we celebrate death defeated, new life and eternal hope. It seems appropriate that my first in-person services will be on Easter Sunday with Holy Communion. It is a real privilege and blessing. All are welcome and the details for joining us are on our Easter pages. We know that not everyone is ready to come and indeed for some it wouldn’t be appropriate. Please know we get it. The Church will reopen for worship and potentially funerals and weddings from the beginning of May (depending on on-going works).
Easter is the longest season in the Church and so it should be. It is the most wonderful news ever. God loves you so very much and there is room for everyone in his Kingdom, where, one day, there will be no more tears or suffering, grief or death and we will walk with God. Until then he abides with us still as we try to love God, love others including our enemies and ourselves. This Easter be part of the Love Revolution.
"We love because He first loved us." (1 John 4:19)
We believe in God, who is the source of all life.
And in Jesus Christ, who shows us how to live.
And in His Holy Spirit, who makes this possible.
In gratitude for our lives, we are committed to helping all to move towards wholeness through our:-
Worship, Work & Witness.