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Forthcoming Events

The Parish Calendar lists the services and events at all three churches.

Choir visit to Bristol

Saturday 1 February at St Mary Redcliffe

St Peter’s Choir will be singing Evensong at the church of St Mary Redcliffe – one of the Greater Churches and Cathedral-like in size and also the parish of our previous incumbent Dan Tyndall. There will be a coach travelling from St Peter’s to Bristol and back; the cost will be in the region of £15. Please let Ian Westley know if you might be interested in coming to Bristol for the day: there is a lot to see and do in Bristol as well as listening to the choir!

Church Forum

Sunday 2 February at 9.30am at St Johns

The St Johns church forum takes place during the morning service. If there are matters you would like the forum to address, please talk to the clergy or churchwardens.

Church Forum

Sunday 9 February at 11am at St Peters

The St Peters church forum takes place after the morning service.

Space to Grieve

Sunday 16 February at 3pm – 4.30pm at St Johns

A chance to join with others on the bereavement journey, to chat informally, or to sit and think, in a gentle and welcoming space. Tea and cake. You are welcome to bring a friend. More details from clergy.

Combined Worship

Sunday 23 February at 9.30am at St Peters

All three churches worship together this morning. The service will include a presentation to Marion Pyke on her retirement, and will be followed by refreshments.

There will be no morning services at St Johns or St Margarets today

Ash Wednesday

Wednesday 26 February at 9.30am at St Peters

This is the usual Wednesday service, a said service of Holy Communion.

Wednesday 26 February at 10am at St Johns

Instead of the usual Thursday service, St Johns marks the beginning of Lent.

Wednesday 26 February at 7.30pm at St Peters

The choir lead us into Lent. Come and receive the sign of the cross in ash.

Church Forum

Sunday 1 March at 12.30pm at St Margarets

The St Margarets church forum takes place after the morning service.