There are articles on Creation Season and Daily Hope as well as information about upcoming events. There are also pieces from the Mothers’ Union, and the Scouts as well as a reflection from Nigel on how technology allowed us to keep in touch during lock-down – and needs to continue as part of our service to others.Read more
Here’s our packed September 2019 magazine. There’s a lot going on in the Walmersley Benefice at the moment and you’ll find plenty of news about upcoming events. There are also articles from the Walking Group, Open Group and Mothers’ Union. But there’s space too for prayer and reflection – plus some celebratory photos (including the one above with Vivienne and Barry being photo-bombed by the Bishop).Read more
Here are the Bible readings for September 2019 which we’ll be using in church. If you want to read up in advance – or if you can’t be with us and want to follow the same readings then here you go!
This month’s scriptures include God’s promises to the children of Israel made in Deuteronomy and a selection of parables told by Jesus.Read more
Our next Sunday@Seven service will be on September 30th. The theme is ‘Then sings my soul’.
This is our (slightly delayed) chance to sing some of your favourite hymns, songs and choruses. Nigel already has a very full list but please let him know in advance of any special requests.
This time we’ll be in The Barritt Room at St John with St Mark. And yes, surprisingly, it starts at 7pm.Read more
Creation Season runs from September 1st, the start of the Orthodox year, through to St Francis day on October 4th.
Churches and congregations are called to pay special attention to the responsibility of humanity for the Earth and for all that lives upon it.
Its start and end dates reflect that it is a shared idea between Western and Eastern Christianity.Read more