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News from the Vicarage - March 2017

Dear Friends,

Lent begins on March 1st with Ash Wednesday. It takes its name from the ashes which people who were sorry for what they had done used to pour over their heads as they tore off their smart clothes and put on garments made from shabby old sackcloth.

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News from the Vicarage - February 2017

Dear Friends,

The Presentation of Christ in the Temple/ Candlemas.

In bygone centuries, Christians said their last farewells to the Christmas season on Candlemas, 2 February. This is exactly 40 days after Christmas Day itself. In New Testament times 40 days old was an important age for a baby boy: it was when they made their first 'public appearance'.

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News from the Vicarage - January 2017

Dear Friends,

We have had a very successful month this December. The Christmas Coffee Morning and Grand Draw was very enjoyable and raised £1,325 on 3rd Dec. with lots of prizes.

Read more: News from the Vicarage - January 2017

News from the Vicarage - December 2016

Dear Friends,

We use the word 'celebration' to describe what we do in church: we 'celebrate the Eucharist' or we 'celebrate Christmas'.

Read more: News from the Vicarage - December 2016

News from the Vicarage - November 2016

Dear Friends,

1st November: All Saints' Day - the feast day of all the redeemed. All Saints, or All Hallows, is the feast of all the redeemed, known and unknown, who are now in heaven.

Read more: News from the Vicarage - November 2016