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From 5 November onwards we will only be offering online worship, in line with 'Lockdown 2.' From 2 December onwards we will be meeting in person again, and broadcasting online.


The Church building will be open on Thursdays from 9am-12pm for private prayer and our foodbank.

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Service Sheet for 29 November, the First Sunday of Advent

In Advent we will be starting an exciting new project, Hymns for the Christian Year. Find our more

We recently started a Life Explored course via Zoom on Thursday nights. This will be especially good for those exploring faith or new to the church. Speak to the Vicar for more details or the link. A taster can be found here.

Latest Update 06.11.20

As we once again enter into this time of isolation and limitation we look to Christ to sustain us and bring hope to the world. We are tired and weak, but he is the good shepherd who cares for us, and the light of the world who shines when all around us in darkness. He along can defend and lead us through the valley of the shadow of death – and give the gift of eternal life. I echo the words this week of the Archbishops of Canterbury and York and the Bishop of London as they wrote this week: ‘Bearing in mind our primary vocation as the Church of Jesus Christ to pray and to serve we call upon the Church of England to make this month of lockdown a month of prayer. More than anything else, whatever the nation thinks, we know that we are in the faithful hands of the risen Christ who knows our weaknesses, tiredness and struggles and whose steadfast love endures for ever. Above all we recall people to some of the fundamental spiritual disciplines that shape our Christian life.’ They go on to urge to to, just as we clapped for carers on Thursdays in the first lockdown, so we should devote Thursdays to prayer in the second lockdown. Whether you join us for private prayer in our building or in your own home, please do pray for our nation every Thursday, for its leaders, its health and essential services and all those who suffer.