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And we impart this in words not taught by human wisdom but taught by the Spirit, interpreting spiritual truths to those who are spiritual.

 

1 Corinthians 2:13

Service schedule

In order to cut down on energy bills, by heating one building rather than two, and to be more eco, the PCC have agreed to temporarily change our services between January - March 2024. There will now be the occasional 8am service at St Mary Magdalene, as well as at All Hallows. All second services and joint services will begin at 10.30am. The revised service list for the next four weeks is shown below and a full list of services up to 26 May 2024 can be seen here

Sunday
14 April

All Hallows

8.00am

Holy Communion
(Order of Service*)

10.45am

Family Service
(Order of Service*)

-

St Mary Magdalene

9.15am

Family Service
(Order of Service*​)

Sunday

21 April

All Hallows

8.00am

Morning Worship

10.45am

Holy Communion

-

St Mary Magdalene

9.15am

Holy Communion

Sunday

28 April

All Hallows

10.30am

Joint Holy Communion, with Bishop Arun, followed by lunch.

Wednesday
1 May

St Mary Magdalene

11.00am Holy Communion

*Please use Adobe Reader when printing the order of service, and select the 'booklet' option to produce the standard layout. Better still why not download and view on your tablet or phone.

Sermons from previous services

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31 March 2024

In our gospel reading this morning we read about the women who went to visit Jesus’ tomb.

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24 March 2024

We know parts of this story so well. Perhaps we first heard it as a child, waving our palm... 

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3 March 2024

I’ve just come back from General Synod, the legislative body of the Church of England, which...

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4 February 2024

Paul wrote this letter whilst in prison, in order to encourage local Christians in a new faith...

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21 January 2024

I went to a wedding once, over thirty years ago, when the food and drink ran out. Admittedly it...

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7 January 2024

Today we remember the baptism of Christ. Baptism is a core part of our Christian discipleship.

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