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Sung Eucharist – 17th September 2020

We are delighted to have been able to resume public worship, but not everyone is able to travel to church safely at present, so we will continue to record our services for the time being. Please join us by watching the video above. Guidance on making a Spiritual Communion can be found here. The prayers of intercession  [Read More]

Start:Stop – The Messianic Secret

In our Start:Stop reflection, we continue to explore the Gospel of Mark. This week we begin to focus on Jesus’s ministry of teaching and healing. Jesus asked that those who received the benefit of his healing did not tell others. This plea for silence is known by theologians as the “Messianic Secret.” In our world  [Read More]

Sung Eucharist – 10th September 2020

We are delighted to have been able to resume public worship, but not everyone is able to travel to church safely at present, so we will continue to record our services for the time being.  It was a great joy to welcome Andrew Earis on the organ and soprano Daisy Walford to church this week.  [Read More]

Start:Stop – Introducing Mark’s Gospel

In our Start:Stop reflection, we explore the Gospel of Mark. Written, many believe, for the church in Rome under pressure from persecution, the narrative has an urgent pace until the crucifixion – the point when the true nature of Jesus is revealed. Please join us on Thursday evenings in September via Zoom as we explore  [Read More]

Sung Eucharist – 3rd September 2020

We are delighted to have been able to resume public worship, but not everyone is able to travel to church safely at present, so we will continue to record our services for the time being.  It was a great joy to welcome Andrew Earis on the organ and soprano Hilary Cronin to church this week.  [Read More]

Sung Eucharist – 27th August 2020

We are delighted to have been able to resume public worship, but not everyone is able to travel to church safely at present, so we will continue to record our services for the time being.  It was a great joy to welcome Jonathan Dodds on the organ and soprano Ellie Sperling to church this week.  [Read More]