After almost 18 months of restrictions there is a sense that at long last we can resume some level of normality, which stirs all kinds of reactions. Relief for some that the long nightmare is drawing to a close. Yet for others the news is not all that welcome. Where do we go from here? I see the opportunity for generosity and love in understanding both reactions. Click the link below.
It's #NationalThankYouDay and I know that many will be giving thanks doing all sorts of activities that connects us together - volunteering, caring about our green spaces, enjoying food! We will be doing all of these things as well as praying for change including ways that we can take action to make a difference. Join us for our thank you services.
We have the opportunity to share what God has done among us over the past year, there is much to be thankful, hope you will be able to join us
Looking for an easy way to give to the work of the parishes? Join the 200 Club and be in with the chance of winning one of three cash prizes!
The film Paddington has a lot to teach us about kindness and belonging. Catch up with our family service at the link below.