Lent Lunches – 2021

Please join us for these simple gatherings on Zoom. A brief moment of reflection and connection.

Epiphany – The Journey of the Magi

For those joining us on Wednesday Worship.. apologies that you missed a crucial part of the service… Here below, is the video of my friend Revd Denis Adide reading TS Eliot’s ‘Journey of the Magi’ To hear this… Read More

Advent Encounters

2020 Advent Encounters – three reflections for small groups and individuals Introduction Advent, like Lent, is a time of waiting – but not waiting like we might wait for a bus, but more like waiting at a table,… Read More

Recent services at St George’s Church

During October and November, St George’s has marked remembering with two services, A Memorial Service on All Saints’ Day where people gathered to remember those we love but no longer see. Following the new lockdown regulations, a outdoor… Read More

Memorial Service at St John’s 4pm

If you are joining the 4pm service at St John’s Church, then the Service Sheet can be downloaded here.

Listening on the Way – Day of Pilgrimage and Prayer

The day has now passed – but the happy memories linger!All the resources from our day can be accessed from here.

The Canticle of the Sun. St Francis

The Canticle of the Sun, also known as Laudes Creaturarum (Praise of the Creatures) and Canticle of the Creatures, is a religious song composed by Saint Francis of Assisi.

Conversations along the way… By the lakeside with Jesus

In July 2020, for 3 weeks, we offered the opportunity to join a small group  of 3 – 6 people to share three bible stories and accompanying paintings (all encounters with Jesus at Lake Galilee) to reflect on… Read More

Opening our Churches after Lockdown

As the spread of Covid 19 is subsiding and Government lockdown rules are easing, we have been able to slowly open the doors of our two churches.Neither church is able to ‘go back to normal’. There are many… Read More

The Church Forests of Ethiopia, a parable.

This film by Jeremy Seifert is simply stunning. A moving image of a church holding something together for the whole of creation, whilst literally everything surrounding it is scraped away.