Calendar

Feb
26
Wed
Ash Wednesday
Feb 26 all-day
Holy Communion with Ashing, Crowhurst
Feb 26 @ 10:00 am
Sung Holy Communion with Ashing, Catsfield
Feb 26 @ 6:30 pm
Feb
28
Fri
Friday Coffee Shop
Feb 28 all-day
Mar
1
Sun
Family Morning Service, Crowhurst
Mar 1 @ 11:00 am

Once a month we offer a short half an hour service of hymns, songs, readings and prayers.  Every generation is welcome but those with very young children often find it helpful to come to what feels like a relaxed and joyful celebration.  Afterwards there are always refreshments and something for children to do.

 

Sunday Worship
Mar 1 @ 11:00 am

11:00am – MIDDAY, PARISH COMMUNION

In obedience to Our Lord’s own words, at the Last Supper, we offer gifts of bread and wine, which through the power of the Holy Spirit makes Him present to us today. In this gift of Holy Communion the saving power of the cross is made present, along with the triumph of the resurrection.

We normally have a robed choir to assist our singing on Sunday and there is always a sermon (talk) to help us to understand the readings we have heard and to apply them to our own lives.

On the second and fourth Sundays we run a Sunday School (in the adjacent Parish Room), so whole families feel they can worship with us, since teaching is provided at the level appropriate for younger children.

Mar
4
Wed
Holy Communion
Mar 4 @ 10:00 am – 10:30 am

On Wednesdays we use the older form of service, which comes from the Book of Common Prayer of 1662. In language of worship was Latin until 1549 when the first Book of Common Prayer offered an English translation. This was heavily used by the compilers of the Book of Common Prayer of 1662, which remains the official book of prayer for the Church of England. The Prayer Book was compiled at a time when for beauty of rhythm and splendour of diction, the English language was at its zenith.  Time and faith have hallowed this work and the Prayer Book is now hailed as one of the supreme achievements of the English tongue.  Such a masterpiece enhances the sense of wonder at God’s love as He reaches out to us in the precious gift of Holy Communion.

Afterwards we always meet for coffee and conversation in the Parish Room.

Mar
8
Sun
Sunday Worship
Mar 8 @ 11:00 am

11:00am – MIDDAY, PARISH COMMUNION

In obedience to Our Lord’s own words, at the Last Supper, we offer gifts of bread and wine, which through the power of the Holy Spirit makes Him present to us today. In this gift of Holy Communion the saving power of the cross is made present, along with the triumph of the resurrection.

We normally have a robed choir to assist our singing on Sunday and there is always a sermon (talk) to help us to understand the readings we have heard and to apply them to our own lives.

On the second and fourth Sundays we run a Sunday School (in the adjacent Parish Room), so whole families feel they can worship with us, since teaching is provided at the level appropriate for younger children.

Mar
11
Wed
Holy Communion
Mar 11 @ 10:00 am – 10:30 am

On Wednesdays we use the older form of service, which comes from the Book of Common Prayer of 1662. In language of worship was Latin until 1549 when the first Book of Common Prayer offered an English translation. This was heavily used by the compilers of the Book of Common Prayer of 1662, which remains the official book of prayer for the Church of England. The Prayer Book was compiled at a time when for beauty of rhythm and splendour of diction, the English language was at its zenith.  Time and faith have hallowed this work and the Prayer Book is now hailed as one of the supreme achievements of the English tongue.  Such a masterpiece enhances the sense of wonder at God’s love as He reaches out to us in the precious gift of Holy Communion.

Afterwards we always meet for coffee and conversation in the Parish Room.

Mar
15
Sun
Sunday Worship
Mar 15 @ 11:00 am

11:00am – MIDDAY, PARISH COMMUNION

In obedience to Our Lord’s own words, at the Last Supper, we offer gifts of bread and wine, which through the power of the Holy Spirit makes Him present to us today. In this gift of Holy Communion the saving power of the cross is made present, along with the triumph of the resurrection.

We normally have a robed choir to assist our singing on Sunday and there is always a sermon (talk) to help us to understand the readings we have heard and to apply them to our own lives.

On the second and fourth Sundays we run a Sunday School (in the adjacent Parish Room), so whole families feel they can worship with us, since teaching is provided at the level appropriate for younger children.