Thank you to all who continue to support our local Foodbank. The need is still growing, as is the response from our community. So far in lockdown, the St George’s collection point has provided 614kg of food donations,… Read More
Sadly our churches cannot gather this day to remember VE Day. It is a poignant reminder of a country – indeed a whole continent and world – that was weary and exhausted from a time of prolonged disruption… Read More
There are some familiar stories that Jesus told about losing something and then finding them. There is the shepherd with a hundred sheep who leaves the ninety nine to go and find the one that is lost, or… Read More
Written On the 1st of May “So here hath been dawning another blue day, think wilt thou let it slip useless away” These two lines, which form the beginning of a hymn that was a favourite of my… Read More
Many years ago I was told by a well-meaning Sunday school teacher that “forty days” in the Bible did not actually mean a count of forty days but just “a long time” and although I am not convinced… Read More
This is a tale of thirty steps, the thirty steps between the shed at the bottom of our garden and the water butt on the front corner of the house. Self- isolation in the house and garden means… Read More
Dear friends we are facing the most unprecedented challenges, and alongside many other parts of our usual social life, the church has had to respond and we have had to shut our doors to social gatherings and services.
What this means is a different kind of church, because we are church in many more ways than meeting on sunday services… St George’s and St John’s are both trying to find ways to nurture and support our communities…