CTIW Good Friday Walk

Walk with us round Weobley Village, telling the story of Jesus’ crucifixion. Ideal for all ages with activities and songs along the way. Everyone welcome…… especially accompanied children. Meet at the Catholic Church at 11am on Friday 19 April.

How to Pray – Book Review and Home Group

ISBN 978-1-529-37492-6 Pete Greig has been teaching on prayer and involved in a non-stop prayer movement, 24-7 Prayer, since founding it over 20 years ago. He is an Ambassador for the NGO Tearfund and an associate tutor at St Mellitus Theological College, London, and also leads a large church in Guildford called Emmaeus Road – … [Read more…]

Byford Annunciation Service

A special service to celebrate the Annunciation was held in the Lady Chapel of St Mary’s Church, Byford on Sunday 24 March, enjoyed by 22 people. A talk was given by PCC member and historian  Anne Greenway on the medieval wall paintings and their meaning.

Lent Lunches

Lent starts tomorrow, 6 March, and we have a splendid programme of Lent Soup Lunches scheduled in all sorts of different places.  These will all be held between 12 noon and 2.00pm and everyone is welcome to a shared time of good company and excellent home-made soup.  All we ask is that you make a … [Read more…]

Announcement from Bishop Richard

Following interviews last week the Bishop has appointed the Revd Sean Semple as Rector of the Ross Benefice: the parishes of Ross-on-Wye, Walford and Brampton Abbotts.  It is anticipated that he will take up his appointment in the summer.   Meanwhile please pray for Sean and his wife Jenny and their family as they prepare to … [Read more…]

Report on the Public Meetings concerning the future of St Nicholas’ Church, Norton Canon

On the 12th February 2019 the Norton Canon community were invited to afternoon and evening public meetings to discuss the future of St Nicholas’ Church.  Overall, over 40 people attended these meetings which was enormously heartening. Also in attendance were the Parish Rector, the Rev’d Sean Semple; Churchwardens Mrs Kim Hendricksen and Mrs Judy Pritchard; … [Read more…]