THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK

Martyrdom is the ultimate witness to the truth of Christ in a way that is meaningless if God does not exist . . .
[and] . . . proclaims that popular appeal is not the justification of the good news of the gospel.

Archbishop Justin Welby’s homily at the Church of England’s General Synod, Westminster, London, 17 February 2016

[On 22 June we commemorate Alban, First Martyr of Britain (c. 250)]

WORSHIP TIMES

We resumed our weekly Sunday morning church services - carefully following Government and Diocesan regulations - on Easter Day 4 April at our new regular times at St Wilfrid's (9.00am) and The Presentation (10.30am). The St Wilfrid's services are live-streamed and then available as a recording on Facebook. For the time being, our Wednesday Eucharists at 9.30am will continue to be ONLINE - via FACEBOOK on 16 June, then reverting to ZOOM including a chance to chat from 10ish to 11am, and the service recorded and later available on Facebook. The links are on our LATEST NEWS and CALENDAR pages.

CALENDAR AND EVENTS

WEEKDAY EVENTS SUSPENDED DURING PANDEMIC
CATCH UP with the latest developments in our Church Wardens' Message No. 35, for the week beginning on THE THIRD SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY, 20 June. It has details of our NEWLY RESUMED CHURCH SERVICES - Sunday Eucharists at St Wilfrid's (9am) and The Presentation (10.30am). Our Wednesday Eucharist at 9.30am will be ONLINE via Zoom.