Parishioners are undertaking a virtual fundraising journey of 9,470km to Kisiizi Hospital in southwest Uganda. They are walking, cycling or swimming as many kilometres as they can until Sunday, April 25th and inviting family and friends to sponsor them.
We hope to raise the €15,000 we need to maintain our commitment to pay the salaries of the surgeon and physio assistant at the hospital. Contributions can be made through the online donations system on our website home page.
The institutional church sometimes seems to be preoccupied with ticking the boxes of things “you can’t do”. But Jesus was all about waking up people to the abundance of life, reflects the Rector in “Enjoy Life!”, the last of his “Facing the Future” series for Lent. https://youtu.be/AiBwU22tioo
In the penultimate part of the Rector’s Lenten series of Midweek Messages, entitled “Facing the Future”, he reflects on the “untidy emotions” that surround the one certainty in all our lives: death. Indeed, for some, anticipation of it can blight the present. “Facing Death” can be watched on the parish YouTube channel here
In “Worrying about Religion”, the fourth of the Rector’s “Facing the Future” series for Lent, he reflects on the healthy and unhealthy nature of religion in our world. As the receptacle for our faith, religion is vulnerable to human folly. However, observing the drift away from the church in our “must-fit-me-precisely culture”, he reminds us of the core Christian message about “the triumph of love in every facet of life”. It can be watched here
The church building and Parish Centre are now closed again, under the pandemic restrictions. However, a service will be livestreamed at 10.30am every Sunday until further notice. The livestream link can be found in the RH corner of this home page. If you are not on the parish circulation list and would like to receive the weekly newsletter, which is emailled out each Sunday at 7am and includes a link for the livestream and for an accompanying service sheet, please contact us at email@example.com.
Our church building and parish centre is now, very regrettably, closed until further notice, due to the coronavirus restrictions. A Family Service for Christmas Day will be livestreamed at 10.30am, see top right of this website home page for link. Happy Christmas!
A 11am service of Holy Communion with Christmas music will be held in the church this Wednesday, December 23rd, which will be the last “in-church” worship until the following Sunday. With deep regret, a decision has been taken to keep the church building closed on Christmas Day and a Family Service will be livestreamed instead. See top right of this page for link.
Privacy & Cookies Policy
Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information.
Any cookies that may not be particularly necessary for the website to function and is used specifically to collect user personal data via analytics, ads, other embedded contents are termed as non-necessary cookies. It is mandatory to procure user consent prior to running these cookies on your website.