Tim's Audio Sermons on Psalms 1 to 5
Over the period from July to September 2017, the Rev'd Tim Edwards preached on the first five Psalms.
Church Services in the New Year
We want to make it as easy as possible for you to come to church - because we know that there is nothing that makes a big a difference to everyday life as the message of the Bible.
The Rector Writes - December 2017
Christmas is a wonderfully emotional time. It is an emotional time because we get to spend time with family, often with people that we do not see so much of for the rest of the year...
A letter from Graham Bartlett - August 2017
By the time you read this, Rev'd Tim Edwards will be installed as our Rector. Our Interregnum lasted 40 weeks. In our two churches we've held almost 100 services since John Benson retired at the beginning of last October...
Rural Dean's Letter - July 2017
I wonder if we might take a moment to think about kneeling; what is it, why do we do it? We do it so easily, so effortlessly, as children, don't we? It is as natural to children as standing, or sitting or lying down. What about as adults? We kneel to be beside a loved one who is sick...
Rural Dean's Letter - June 2017
'Come and see.' Such a simple phrase, and yet one of the most profound in all of scripture. This is God - the creator, the one in whom we all live move and have our being, extending to us a great and gracious invitation. Come and see...
Rural Dean's Letter - May 2017
What do we think of when we hear the word 'nun'? Do we immediately summon up in our mind's eye a middle-aged, rather austere woman, in a full-length black dress with some kind of funny-looking headgear? Perhaps, we have had some unhappy experience in our childhood of being schooled by severe nuns...
Monday 25th DecemberTraditional Language Holy Communion - St Margaret's
10:30 Family Communion - St Katharine's
Sunday 31st DecemberUnited Benefice Holy Communion - St Katharine's
Monday 1st January