Heritage Open Days coming very soon . . . .

And if you can’t make it to our Fun Day this Saturday, what about coming to our Heritage Open Days Thurs 13 – Sun 16, lots to see, learn, do and refreshments too!   Come and visit the fascinating new Exhibition based around our WWI War Memorial, have a go at playing our new bell frame, make some bunting and explore the heritage of our beautiful building.

 

 

 

Having a cool time . . .

Do remember that we are holding Open Church every weekday across the summer.  So if you fancy coming in for a chat and a cup of coffee, a quiet place to sit and think or a change of scene for the children do come along between 10 and 1.

 

 

A joyful milestone . . .

 

On Sunday 15th July we were delighted to admit 10 children to receiving Holy Communion for the first time and to baptise Myles and Philip as well.  We were joined by the congregation of St George’s who were celebrating with the four children who regularly worship there.  The children took an active part throughout the service and had been prepared in a series of classes beforehand.

We look forward to baptising Luke and Thomas in our August Communion service.

 

 

THiS Team welcomes Revs David Nyirongo and Carolyn Lucas

It is with great delight and thanks to God that THiS Team welcomes both Rev David Nyirongo as Team Vicar at St George’s and Rev Carolyn Lucas as Minister Across the Team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Appropriately, David was licensed at St George’s on St George’s Day by our Archdeacon the Ven John Kiddle.

Rev Carolyn Lucas will be licensed and both will be welcomed by Bishop Richard at a special service of Pentecost Praise on Sunday 20th June at 6.30pm at St Matthew’s.  All Welcome!

 

 

 

In-Spire-ing work!

St Matthew’s saw a further visit recently from the amazing guys who walk on walls to do further checks on the spire. They ascended right up to the top of the tower to check a few things out! Here they are in action.

One guy walked on water…. these guys focus on walls.

Is it a bird? Is it a plane?

No – it’s a super-man.