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Dear Church Family,

The national mood seems to be following the suggested pattern for life during Advent. Small cracks of light have started to appear in the midst of all the gloom. A vaccine being rolled out in the coming days and weeks, a lifting of the 2nd lockdown, and the opportunity to spend Christmas with some family members or friends. All of these recent events have given rise to renewed hope. Of course, we must be aware of the risks still present in society with Covid-19, and we must not take it as an opportunity to be reckless – our Christian vocation is always to the worship of God and love for our neighbours. Our own needs or desires should be placed after these first two commandments.

With all this in mind, we can now begin to firm up our plans for December and offer you some safe opportunities for worship, fellowship, and (dare I say it), some fun!

Regular weekly worship in December
Wednesdays, 9.30am at All Saints – Prayer Book Holy Communion
Sundays, 9.30am at St Peter’s – Holy Communion with music group (also livestreamed on Facebook)
Sundays, 11.15am at All Saints – Holy Communion or Morning Prayer
Morning Prayer: Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays at 9am on Facebook
Evening Prayer: Thursdays at 6pm on Facebook

This Sunday's Notice Sheet can be downloaded here:

Extra Services and Events in December

  • Saturday 12th December: Festive Afternoon Teas for collection from St Peter’s after midday. £8.50pp

  • Sunday 13th December, 7pm at St Peter’s – Contemporary worship for Advent. (No booking required)

  • Friday 18th December: Carols in the café, 7pm at St Peter’s. £5pp FULLY BOOKED

  • Sunday 20th December: Carols in the café, 6pm at St Peter’s. £5pp LIMITED SPACES

  • Tuesday 22nd December, 3pm at St Peter’s: Messy Christingles

  • Wednesday 23rd December, 3pm at St Peter’s: Messy Christingles FULLY BOOKED

  • Christmas Eve, 2pm & 4pm at St Peter’s: Messy Christingles 4PM SERVICE FULLY BOOKED

  • Midnight Mass, 11.30pm at All Saints FULLY BOOKED

  • Midnight Mass, 11.30pm at St Peter’s