We are here to serve the combined Anglican churches and the wider communities of Corsham, Lacock, Bowden Hill, Neston and Gastard. Our main aim is to grow followers of Jesus Christ through three key areas of activity which build upon each other, and which encourage us to look up, in and out:
Growing in God (or looking up). We will be committed to being disciples of Jesus through prayer, Bible study and an active Christian life.
Growing in Love (or looking in). We will model Christian love towards each other, creating attractive and hospitable communities of faith where people feel at home.
Growing Community (or looking out). We will engage with our communities, seeking to be a Christian influence and encouraging people to follow Jesus.
You can keep up-to-date with what’s happening in our monthly and weekly Newsletters, the Rector’s News, and joining in with our activities; we also offer a wide variety of services for all ages. We look forward to meeting you in person!
There a wide variety of external sources in our Useful Links area and in particular should you need help with your faith please see our Growing In Faith section.
We also have a wide selection of ministers and other laity who help keep our parishes running, refer to our contacts section for more information
Revd Dr Andrew Johnson Priest in Charge (Team Rector)
Readings: Genesis 2:4b-9, 15-end; Revelation 4; Luke 8:22-25
8.00am Holy Communion at Corsham 10.00am Family Service and Baptism at Corsham 10.00am Holy Communion at Neston 10.30am Holy Communion at St Anne’s Bowden Hill 6.00pm Holy Communion with Healing Ministry at Corsham
Bold type denotes a change to normal service pattern
ST CYRIAC CLOSURE St Cyriac’s Lacock will be closed for maintenance from 7th January until early March. During this period, all services will take place either at St Anne’s Bowden Hill or at the Village Hall.
Double click to enlarge
The path rebuilding work is underway, with a scheduled completion date of 8th March, depending on the weather. There is access to the churchyard by means of temporary scaffolding steps. However, access to the church, via the Chancel door, is by arrangement only, as work has started on cleaning the East and clerestory windows. Access to the churchyard may be restricted for the next week or so due to scaffolding outside the East window.
‘SEEN IN A NEW LIGHT’ On the first Sunday of each month, in St Bart’s, Corsham, at the 10am Holy Communion Service, we are following a course entitled “Seen in a new light”; a Sunday morning series based on the questions asked at Baptism. The next session is on Sunday 3 March when the question “Do you repent of your sins?” will be under consideration.