A warm welcome awaits you
With its origins in the 13th century, our church has been at the centre of parish life for generations and remains a focal point in the 21st century, bringing people together, caring for the community and marking significant events in both individual and national life. At this time, we give thanks for the life of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
While we continue to be challenged by the Covid-19 health crisis, the church is maintaining contact with the elderly, the lonely and the vulnerable, and, together with the wider community, is providing help, support and care for our parish. If you or someone you know needs help, please contact Rev’d Gill Still.
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Parish Church News
Church Services During Covid-19 Pandemic:
Two Eucharistic Sunday services are provided every week with an in-church congregation, one at 8.15 am (BCP) and the other at 11.15 am (CW). Members of the public may attend either service but will be required strictly to follow current Covid guidance, limiting the maximum available seating to 40 people. The 11.15 am service will continue to be live streamed on Zoom, for which joining details may be obtained from Sue Clement (firstname.lastname@example.org). The service of Morning Prayer on Wednesdays at 10.00 am (BCP) is temporarily suspended but Gill is hosting a virtual coffee and chat on Zoom at this time.