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2 December, 4pm
Carols and candles - make your own Christingle to take home.
(Messy Church will be back on 20 January 2019)

10am services are recorded, and are found on the Sunday service page

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Celtic Worship

Sunday June 19th at 6pm

(Please note earlier time)

A quiet reflective service of Evening Prayer in the Celtic tradition from Iona.

 Song, prayer, music and stillness.

All are welcome.

Our Tuesday and Thursday Home Groups are studying the Lord's Prayer, and 2 Samuel, respectively.

Notice of 2021 Revision

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4 November, 6:30pm
Service for the Bereaved.
Join us in remembering our loved ones, and stay for fellowship and refreshments.
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11 November
Remembrance Sunday
10am Service of Remembrance in church
11am Two minutes' silence and laying of wreaths at the War Memorial
11:30am Service of Remembrance for uniformed groups in church

Choral Evensong


Sunday 26 September, 6:30pm in church 

Thou visitest the Earth - Maurice Greene Canticles - Orlando Gibbons in A Flat



We plough the fields

All people that on earth do dwell

Come ye thankful people, come


Garry Walton

Please book your place either by emailing or use our Contact Form


Reverse Advent Calendar

A Reverse Advent Calendar consists of a small gift, every day of Advent, bought for a person in need.  Below, there is a list of 24 items for your reverse calendar.  It is perfectly fine to include, for example, a multipack of chocolate bars (Penguin bars may be bought in packs of eight) and that would count as eight separate items.  If you would rather, send Margaret Dykes a donation of £24 (or more if you can!) and she will purchase from the Traidcraft range in your name.


Boxes, labelled 'REVERSE ADVENT CALENDAR' will be at the back of church, behind the old font.  If you choose to join in, please feel free to bring your gifts during advent - that will make it easier to get items to the food bank all through advent.

Toilet rolls

Small bag of washing powder

Soap or liquid soap


Dried mango or pineapple 

Small packets of salted nuts

Small packets of fruit and nuts



Chick peas



Peanut butter 

100g instant coffee

Tea bags

Drinking  chocolate

100g bars of chocolate

35g bars of chocolate

Small bags of sweets



Coconut milk

Cook in sauces

Tinned fish

Eco Christmas

Use recycled / recyclable wrapping paper

Google 'recycled christmas wrapping paper and you get LOTS of results.  Or, our very own Fair Trade rep, Margaret, can get it for you! 

Send an email card

and give the money to your favourite charity

Don't waste food

Rethink crackers!

  • Google 'make your own crackers' - there are a lot of suppliers.  A great pre-lunch activity. 

  • Traidcraft do eco-crackers

  • Or consider a table game - play a game of Consequences, or charades. 

  • Make your own paper hats.  (need to research this a bit!)

Church Watch is now finished until next April.  Enormous thanks to Tony and his team for keeping the church open for visitors.

The church is open to visitors

Tuesdays - Saturdays,

10am - 4pm


Sunday afternoons


until the end of September

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Saturday 10 December

7:30pm in church


Tickets £15

(under 18s free)

or email

Tue - Sat, 10am - 4pm,  Sun, 2 - 4pm

Church open for visitors until 30 September

Margaret's Fair Trade newsletter is published - an interesting and useful read, as ever.

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