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Prisons Week – Thursday: For Our Communities

Prisoners and victims of crime all come from our communities, and return to them. We need to boldly proclaim the role of communities as places of nurture, renewal and healthy growth for individuals. They need to become places where honesty and humility are possible and where we seek new and bold, life changing solutions to…

Prisons Week – Wednesday: For The Families

When families of perpetrators or victims are caught up in the consequences of crime, it can be costly and shocking; turning the familiar upside down, stripping away any sense of security or comfort and exposing the innocent and uninvolved to distress, judgement and condemnation. It could happen to any one of us. Generous God, always…

Prisons Week – A Week of Prayer

‘Let us therefore come boldly to the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need.’ HEBREWS 4 v16 NKJV Starting tomorrow, we will be engaging in a week of prayer for prisons and all of those connected with them. We’ll be re-publishing the prayers here along…

Songs of Praise Raises the Roof

Today was our Harvest Songs of Praise service and wow did the congregation give it some welly! Many of the voted for favourites were included, top of pile was 10,000 Reasons, which saw us to the benediction, then finishing off with a powerfully played and sung rendition of I Know He Lives. If you didn’t…

Holiday at Home

Holiday at Home is the inspiration of our Parish Nurse Jenny Davis. Running for the third time, the theme for this year’s event was “Under the sea”. The over 60s were greeted at the door by a lovely mermaid as well as sounds of seagulls and waves, and after registering entered the youth hall through…