Come and join us for Messy Easter, TODAY ( Saturday 13 April) any time from 3.30. Lots of messy fun, games, songs, stories and then tea for the children, cake for the adults. We’ll be finished about 5.30. All welcome. Looking forward to seeing you!
Please find a list of activities taking place at St Mary’s Church until the end of the year. Please feel free to print one and place on the fridge so you don’t forget some important dates! April 2019 Church calendar
Choices Sermon 17/3/19 Rock Paper Scissors game. Non-transitive game: if you know what I have chosen, you can beat me. It would not be a very good game! It is important to choose together. The freedom to choose is important….and that’s what we’re looking at this morning. Today’s choices I wonder how many choices you […]
Printable March Calendar 2019 Please find a printable version of our church activities taking place here at St Mary’s for March. In addition there is a ‘place in your diary’ section until the end of the year so you don’t forget some important dates!
2019 Lent Course Join us for our Lent course on Wednesday evenings during Lent (except 3rd April) at 7.30-9.00pm in the Parish Centre Lower room. This year our theme will be ‘Holy Places’ with a mix of places and speakers. The evening will involve, some input, refreshments and discussion as we learn together through lent. […]
Lent Challenge Through Lent we would like to invite adults and children alike to take part in a ‘Lent Challenge’ joining in with Christian Aid. This year’s challenge is ‘Count Your Blessings’. Please follow the links below to take part. We hope to have some copies available. Adult Link Child Link
Luke 8:22-26 (Sermon notes from 24/2/19) Rev Lorraine reminds us that this miracle is only the first of 4 in chapter 8 of Luke’s Gospel..and there are more in other chapters too! In chapter 9 the disciples are going to be sent out to do as Jesus does; drive out demons, heal the sick and […]
Blessed are you who are poor, for yours is the kingdom of heaven. Luke 6: 20 Blessings and woes from the “sermon on the plain”. Rev Glynn shared some of her experiences from her recent pilgrimage to Ethiopia. She was in a huge crowd as they took part in the festival of Timcat, celebrating the […]
We missed seeing many of our regular church family on the 3rd, as we held a service at the rectory instead of opening up church. Many thanks to Reverend Glynn for opening her home to us and saving us from having to slide down the hill on Sunday. The celebrations for the Festival of the […]
Finding your piece/peace Notes from Alison’s sermon Readings 1 Corinthians 12:12-31a & Luke 4:14-21 Each person was given a piece of a jigsaw.Each piece fits together with the others in this church to make an entire picture. If one piece is missing, the picture is incomplete. No piece is more important than another piece, all […]