Our annual bonfire and firework display will be on Saturday 4th November. As in previous years, gates will open at 6pm.
We are hoping to sell as many tickets as possible beforehand to help with queuing and congestion on the night. Tickets can be bought from the church on:
|Sundays, after family service
||12.30pm to 1.30pm
|Saturday 28th October
||10am to 12 noon
|Saturday 4th November
||10am to 4pm
|Tuesday 31st October
||7pm to 9pm
|Wednesday 1st November
||7pm to 9pm
|Thursday 2nd November
||7pm to 9pm
|Friday 3rd November
||7pm to 9pm
Ticket prices are as follows:
||2 adults, 3 children
Our monthly charity for September is the Spark!. We will be collecting donations for them after the morning services on Sunday.
[We seek] a society in which people are work ready, mobile and equipped to make a significant difference to the economy, their lives and community.
We will work with education and business to prepare people for working life and enhance their employability through practical, accredited and inspiring work-related experiences.
Please join use for an organ recital by our very own director of music, Virgil Parenzee, and Adrian Felaar this Saturday (5th August) at 7pm.
Please join us this Sunday (23rd July) for Evensong with the enhanced choir. The service begins at 6pm.
The choir will be singing a schedule of music by Ritter, Friedell, Rachmaninov, Haydn, Lloyd Webber and Vivaldi.
We look forward to seeing you there.
Our monthly charity for July is the Church Urban Fund. We will be collecting donations for them after the morning services on Sunday.
As the Church of England’s response to poverty, our aim is to inform, inspire, resource and support churches as they work to tackle poverty and build community.
At the heart of our work is a network of partnerships with individual Dioceses called the Together Network. Through this network we aim to enhance, multiply and transform the Church’s engagement with poverty at a local and national level.
Sunday 18th June
The extended choir will be singing the Byrd mass at the 9:30 Eucharist in celebration of Corpus Christi.
The 11:15am service will be a Parade service without Eucharist in celebration of Fathers’ Day.
Saturday 24th June
Everyone is cordially invited to a Patronal Day celebration barbecue at the Rectory garden at 6pm. If you are coming, please bring a bottle.
Sunday 25th June
In addition to the morning services we will be celebration a Choral Evensong at 6pm.
Sunday 2nd July
Reverend Barbara Read will be ordained as a priest at St Mary’s, Loughton, at 10am. Space is restricted so this will be a ticket only event.
Instead of the usual morning services (8am and 9:30am) there will be a short Eucharist service at 8:30am – following which Chris will leave to support Barbara. The 11:15am service will be a leader-led Messy Church.
There will be a Healing Eucharist at 6pm as previously scheduled.
Monday 3rd July
Everyone is invited to join Barbara as she presides for the first time at the celebration of the Eucharist. The service starts at 8pm and you are welcome to stay afterwards to help mark the occasion.
We are in need of a person or a group of people to help by driving some of our less able church family to services on Sunday mornings and the monthly Friday midday Eucharist. Please let the ministry team – David or Jessica – know if you are able to help.
Our monthly charity for June is the Church Mission Society. We will be collecting donations for them after the morning services on Sunday.
We are a community of people who have been set free to follow God’s call in mission. Thousands of people from all walks of life are part of Church Mission Society – praying, learning and acting together in pursuit of that call.
We believe every Christian – and ultimately every person – is called to join in God’s mission and has the potential to bring challenge, change, hope and freedom to the world.
We all have a part to play.
Our monthly charity for May is Christian Aid. We will be collecting donations for them after the morning services on Sunday.
We are an agency of our churches in Britain and Ireland and are mandated to work on relief, development and advocacy for poverty eradication. Christian Aid’s work is founded on Christian faith, inspired by hope and acts to change an unjust world through charity – a practical love and care for our neighbors.
We work globally for profound change that eradicates the causes of poverty, striving to achieve equality, dignity and freedom for all, regardless of faith or nationality. We are part of a wider movement for social justice.
We provide urgent, practical and effective assistance where need is great, tackling the effects of poverty as well as its root causes.
Also, Chris, Sam and Joe will be sleeping over in the church overnight to raise money for refugees during Christian Aid Week. Please sponsor them!
Please note that this Sunday, 23rd April, we will be holding our Annual Parochial Council Meeting following the 9:30am service. Please attend if you are able as we will setting the course for our parish for the coming year.
There will be no 11:15am family service. Families will be most welcome at the 9:30am service – and indeed all our services.