Have you seen our Bug Hotel? Take a stroll through the lower churchyard at All Hallows and see if you can spot the luxurious bug accommodation and the colourful stone bugs!
All part of our Eco Church activities to put the environment first.
Village News Magazine
The June - July 21 edition of our online Village News magazine is now available.
The magazine combines a mix of articles of general interest with church news and information. This edition looks forward to those balmy, sunny days of summer, which bring with them long, light evenings and the colourful blooms of a myriad flowers.
Summer Bible Study
Our online bible study is off and running. It is based on The Lord’s Prayer, using the 'Pilgrim’s Journey' booklet, which you can buy from a number of online retailers or from Church House Publishing.
The course is running over eight weeks, on a Wednesday, at 7pm for an hour, until 21 July. If you’d like to join us, please email the Parish Office for the Zoom link. You don’t have to attend every week, just come when you can.
Parish Five Year Plan
2021 - 2026
Plans to grow and develop the work of our churches in the parish over the next five years were announced at the Annual Parochial Church Meeting on 4 May 2021.
Our churches are now open for Sunday services.
As current restrictions are still in place, our services will continue in 'Covid' format, which means social distancing still applies, our services will be slightly shorter than usual, and we are not singing in church. Face masks will also be required inside the church and we will be using a booking system for those wishing to attend a service.
Pause for Thought
With the Reverend Angela Hannafin
Life Giving Rain
I spent much of the last, long, lockdown months looking out from our lounge window, wondering if anything would ever grow again. A combination of the long winter, pruning, constant frosts seemed to take its toll on our garden. However, as I write at the end of May, the peonies and poppies are just about to explode with colour...
Our Environmental Policy
Our planet is facing a dramatic change in climate, which according to scientists the world over is a result of human action over the last 150 years, predominantly through the burning of fossil fuels to create energy.
As Christians we have a responsibility to take care of God's creation and the Parish Environmental Policy declares our commitment to do just that.
For help, support & information
Precious Times Resource
Words don’t seem to be able to fully describe just how difficult and challenging the last year has been. I continue to struggle with making sense of what we are living through.
Prayer & worship
Find the time to explore some of these resources and listen to weekly intercessions, lead by Angela and members of our congregation, to help you through this pandemic.
Free dial-in worship
The Archbishop of Canterbury has launched a free national phone line as a simple new way to bring worship and prayer into people’s homes during the coronavirus lockdown.
The church really helps me put life in perspective, particularly when I've had a challenging week.