In line with government and Church of England guidance, we have begun holding in-person, socially-distanced services. Click here for more on how we assure your safety then join us in person on:
- Tuesdays at 10.30am Eucharist at St Barnabas’ (also live streamed on Facebook)
- Thursdays at 10.30am Eucharist at St Nicholas’
- Sundays at 8am Holy Communion at St Nicholas’
- Sundays at 10am Eucharist at at St Nicholas’
- Sundays at 10am Eucharist at St Barnabas’ (also live streamed on Facebook)
You can also join us online on:
- Tuesdays at 10.30am for a Facebook live streamed Eucharist
- Saturdays at 10.30am for our Zoom Coffee Mornings
- Thursdays at 10.30am on Facebook for a new video
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Pewsheet for Week Beginning 27 September 2020 - Click here for this week’s pewsheet.
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 20 September 2020 - Click here for this week’s pewsheet.
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 6 September 2020 - Due to staff holiday, the pewsheet for week beginning 6 September was inadvertently missed off the website. Click here to read it.
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 13 September 2020 - Reminder: This is the last week you have to get your quiz teams organized for our quiz on Saturday 19 September. Click here for how. Click here for this week’s pewsheet.
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 30 August 2020 - Click here for this week’s pewsheet.
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 23 August 2020 - Click here for this week’s pewsheet.
Have You Heard About St Barnabas’ Exciting Project? - Have you heard about St Barnabas’ exciting project? We have a plan to improve the usability of our Church buildings for a wider range of users. This involves lifting/lowering areas of flooring to allow level access between major sections of the building. We also wish to improve accessibility from the exterior to the interior of…
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 16 August 2020 - Click here for this week’s pewsheet.
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 9 August 2020 - Click here for this week’s pewsheet. From Saturday 8 August, face coverings are required by law to be worn in places of worship, unless you are medically exempt from doing so, leading the service or reading/leading prayer. Worshippers should wear facemasks in church at all times, as they would in other indoor locations. More information can…
Activities to Make and Do - We’d like to share with you some bible-themed make-at-home craft activities with related prayer ideas. Ideal for children and families, the activities include making a phone stand, making a balloon cake, baking a Victoria sponge cake and weaving friendship bands. See the videos here or on the Scripture Union “Make and Pray” YouTube playlist here.…
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 2 August 2020 - Click here for this week’s pewsheet.
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 26 July 2020 - Click here for this week’s pewsheet.
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 19 July 2020 - Click here for this week’s pewsheet.
Visiting St Nicholas’ Church - Anyone currently going to St Nicholas’ Church will see repairs underway on the spire and tower to prevent water getting in. This will be followed by roof tile replacement, scheduled for completion in mid-October. Although the proposed internal reorganisation is on hold at present due to the high cost involved, in early August we hope…
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 12 July 2020 - Click here for this week’s pewsheet.
Services in Person ! - We are pleased to let you know that you can join us in person on Tuesdays and Sundays, as shown below. Appropriate social distancing measures are in place and masks are encouraged. If you do not feel able to do this, you can still be a part of these services as they will be broadcast…
Pewsheet for Week Beginning 5 July 2020 - Click here for this week’s pewsheet.
The Future of Quizzing - March came and it seemed that the world stood still. Everything stopped and we were all stuck at home. Gradually though, people found different ways of doing what was really important to them. In the Perry household, our Monday quiz has become as much a part of our week as church on a Sunday and…
Memorial Garden Plans - To most people, this photo is probably really rather dull; an empty field and a wooden fence. So what? However, there are those who remember that in 1994 the parish bought this land – next to St Nicholas’ churchyard on the south and east side and once part of the Bishop’s Lodge kitchen garden –…
Parishioner Profile – Bob and Carol Musselwhite - Since the lockdown started on the 22nd March, Carol and I have been up to quite a lot of different things. We started right at the beginning: having a big spring clean throughout our home, including emptying all cupboards, washing and cleaning everything, throwing out lots of items and saving things for Saturday markets when…