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A number of people at our church have asked that we have the occasional Eucharist according to the Book of Common Prayer. Mrs Carolyn Frewer has suggested that we celebrate St Alphege, whose day falls this Thursday, and St Teresa of Calcutta, in September. St Alphege...read more
Easter Sunday What a wonderful celebration we had last night and this morning. Again, thanks to all who made the church look so beautiful, and welcoming. We reflected this morning on the last words of Mark's gospel, describing the women running from the empty tomb in...read more
This is the lead up to Holy Week, beginning next weekend with Palm Sunday. As usual we have services and events to help us walk with Jesus from the adulation of the crowds to the forsakenness of the cross ... and beyond, of course. And, as usual, you have the chance...read more
We are a small country church community in a vibrant city – and yet only 10 minute drive from the centre.
The church is generally open every day from 10-4 and is lovely place to sit quietly – perhaps as part of a country walk. You are welcome to morning prayers on a Tuesday at 9am, which is quite a solemn and intimate occasion, or come and sample our communion on Sunday mornings when the church is pretty full – we would be delighted to welcome you.