SERVICES 21 Oct 18 – Trinity 21

Readings: Isaiah 53:4-end; Hebrews 5:1-10; Mark 10:35-45

  8:00          Holy Communion at Corsham
  9.00          Holy Communion at Bowden Hill
10:00          Holy Communion at Corsham 
10:30          Family Service and Baptism at Lacock
  4:00          Church@4 at Neston
  6:00          Ecumenical Service for Bible Sunday at St Patrick’s RC Church, Corsham

Bold type denotes a change to normal service pattern

‘SEEN IN A NEW LIGHT’ 
On the first Sunday of each month, in St Bart’s, Corsham, at the 10am service we are following a course entitled “Seen in a new light”; a Sunday morning series based on the questions asked at Baptism. On Sunday 4 November we shall be considering the question: “Do you believe in his Son, Jesus Christ?”  The services will be led by Revd Victor.

Please note: from 17 Sept there are access restrictions to Lacock (St Cyriac’s) Church although services continue as normal. Please click here for more details

St Bart’s Breakfast Service – 28 October

FAMILY BREAKFAST SERVICE   28TH OCTOBER 9:45AM IN THE TOWN HALL

The next Breakfast Service will be on the theme of “The Family” and it will be a little different from past services. We will be enjoying Breakfast together as a Family and then we will be celebrating Holy Communion as a Family. As our Celebrant for our Communion we will be welcoming Rev Steve Oram.  Steve has served as a priest in the Diocese, spent time as a Padre in the Royal Air Force, as a senior Chaplain at the BRI, and now lives and serves in Wales. Steve is also the Battalion Chaplain for the Church Lads and Church Girls Brigade in our Diocese. The last time Steve joined us was to preach and bless the animals at our very successful Pets service a couple of years ago. Please join us for what I am sure will be a Service that will have Spirituality, Worship and Praise at its centre.

RESTRICTED ACCESS TO ST CYRIAC’S CHURCH, LACOCK

From 17th September until end October there will be no wheelchair access to St Cyriac’s, and no access to the churchyard.  This is due to essential work to upgrade the path and improve access in future. We are very sorry for any inconvenience this will cause. The church remains open for services and visitors, though some temporary closures may be necessary for safety reasons. To find out more, please contact one of the churchwardens,  Judith Blakeney (01249 730649) or Fiona Draper (office@corshamandlacockchurches.org.uk).