“All are welcome here”
Nell was Baptised yesterday
As the pew sheet has re-started, you can view it under “Regular Information” on this web site.
Darcie and Kaiden were Baptised on Sunday
Photo courtesy of and copyright (c) Alan A Andrew Photography
The Sunday service at 8am has re-started. This service will continue to provide protection for those who will feel safer in a Covid secure environment. Masks will be worn by all, no singing, social distancing, hand sanitising, and the Eucharist in one kind only.
From this Sunday, the church will provide separate accommodation on each side of the church. For those who wish to continue to socially distance and wear face covering seating will be on the left. Those who are happy to be closer together and with the opportunity to join in the singing will be seated on the right.
Alison, our organist, will be playing for us and the choir will be singing.
Gareth Farnon Jones has been accepted for ordination training. He has chosen distinctive deacon ministry, which means that his focus will be outside the church rather than inside. Gareth is on our PCC and is one of our Deanery Synod representatives.
There are pictures and a link to videos from the live streams on the Diocese web site here
Starting from Sunday 18th July the monthly family communion will re-commence. Please book your places in the normal way.
The hymns for July can be found here
Do you know someone with young singers who might be interested in joining a church choir?
Do you have family and friends in schools who might also know young people who would be interested?
Then why not get them to book into our webinar when Laura Wright, internationally renowned mezzo-soprano, former winner of the BBC Chorister of the Year competition, and Songs of Praise presenter, and our good friend Simon Lole will talk about their passion for singing and church music. Both are hugely keen to promote the benefits of belonging to church choirs and support RSCM International Chorister Day (September 19th) as we help choirs to rebuild and reach out to inspire potential new recruits.
This is a wonderful opportunity for adults and young people to hear from two passionate advocates – we have to act to get more young people into church choirs and you can help by circulating this email and encouraging people to sign up to the webinar.
To book a place on the webinar click here