Pew Leaflet - 24 October 2021
Bishop Nkosinathi's short message
Share with us ~ Parishioners are invited to share anything that they have found helpful in these troubled times and whih may be of value to others. Contributions may appear in Pew Leaflet
Flowers in the Church ~ We welcome families to bring flowers or a bouquet for the Church Services or to make a donation to the Flower Fund
Sunday & Wednesday Church Services ~ Folk can also now attend the Sunday Morning Servcies at 7am and 8.30am and also on Wednseday Service 9am. Please can we appeal to everyone to arrive at least 15mins before the Services are due to start as there are Covid protocols to complete and the Services will commence promptly.
Please remember to wear a mask, sanitize your hands, keep a social distance of 1.5m, no gathering outside the Church. Your co-operation at all times will be appreciated.
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Worship is the cornerstone of our being and we conduct at least three Communion services a week as well as regular prayer meetings and Bible Study.
Special ‘Godly Play’ takes place each Sunday for our younger members. Fun and fellowship is not neglected with frequent get-togethers in the form of Supper Clubs,
Ladies and Men’s Breakfasts and any excuse for a party. A special prayer room is situated at the back of the Church and is open all day for the benefit of those seeking a time of quiet and reflection.
Our facilities are available for baptisms, weddings, funerals or other special services. Our church hall, able to accommodate 100 people can be booked for meetings or such occasions.
We offer our time, talents and resources to God’s service and in love to our neighbours.
Our Rector and shepherd is Revd. Martin Tifflin who can be contacted through the office.
The Church office is open from 8am to 12.30 on weekdays. Please feel free to give us a call.