We apologise for any loss of service from this website over the period 12-16 May. This was due to a server upgrade which took longer than anticipated and was exacerbated by the cyber attack -to which we were NOT subjected but which diverted resources and caused issues as security was tightened. This site should now be fully available but please do note any inaccuracies or out-of-date information as some data was lost during the process. Please pass any observations to email@example.com
The Men’s breakfast is back, a week on Saturday, 20th May, with our special guest the Bishop of Swindon who will be coming to talk to us.
if you would like to join us for a fry up and to hear +Lee, then you’d be very welcome. if you could let us know you are coming that would be helpful – just so we can have the right number of sausages ready! Please contact Revd Adam, Team Vicar 01249 730984.
Faith has a central role to play in politics and this general election, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York say. In a pastoral letter to the parishes and chaplaincies of the Church of England, Archbishops Justin Welby and John Sentamu urge people to set aside “apathy and cynicism” and draw new inspiration from the ancient Christian virtues of “love, trust and hope”. The three-page letter, intended to be shared in churches from this Sunday onward, encourages voters to remember Britain’s Christian history and heritage as well as a concern for future generations and God’s creation as they make their decisions. You can read a copy by clicking either of the links below:
Archbishops’ Election Letter
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