The service at St. John the Baptist Church, Letton,on Sunday 17 February at 10.30a.m. will be attended by Richard Jones from Hereford Cathedral who will talk about the Giving Scheme. This will give everyone a chance to ask questions and learn more about how easy it is to support your local church financially, even if you are unable to attend the services. All are welcome to attend.
Pat Millington will be giving an Illustrated Talk entitled ‘Postcards around Weobley’ at 2.30pm on Thursday 24 January at St Thomas’ Parish Room, Weobley. Tickets cost £6.50 to include afternoon tea. Tickets are limited, and selling out fast, so please contact Pat soon if you would like to buy one (319330).
Living together is never easy. Families have all sorts of arguments. At this time of year especially, we get together, enjoy company, but sometimes get on each other’s nerves.
Here at Lambeth Palace, where Archbishops have lived and worked for centuries, we’ve been trying an experiment. Since 2015 we’ve been bringing together young Christians from around the world to live as a community for ten months. They have an extraordinary range of backgrounds, cultures and opinions. They live together, cook together, volunteer with charities together, pray together, and – because they’re human – they clash together. That can be over something as small as the washing up, or as big as their politics.
There were more than 30 seated in a friendly horseshoe formation in the spacious chancel area of Weobley Church, for the new venture of a Taizé-style service on Advent Sunday afternoon.
A singing group provided the range of musical textures which are a feature of Taizé music. The service featured the lighting and placing of candles, emphasising the Advent theme, and there was also a time during the music when anyone could go forward to kneel and receive prayer for physical healing or any aspect of wholeness.
DAY 7 Romans 3:21-22, 2 Corinthians 5:21 — Our new identity in Christ Jesus