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Views from the Vicarage - March 2015

Dear Friends,

Lent started last week with Ash Wednesday. Our two services of Holy Communion with the traditional Ashing were both well attended.

During Lent there is a service of Address and Compline on Wednesdays at 7.30pm and on Fridays Lent Lunches from 12.30pm. Please do come!

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Views from the Vicarage - February 2015

Dear Friends,

First a report on how well Christmas went this time. The varied series of services held over the Christmas period were very enjoyable and well supported. In particular the Christingle Service and Carol Service on Sunday 21st December and the Crib service on 24th which enjoyed a record attendance, as well as Midnight Mass.

Read more: Views from the Vicarage - February 2015

Views from the Vicarage - January 2015

Dear Friends,

ACHIEVING YOUR RESOLUTION in 2015

Every year millions of people do it - make New Year Resolutions. The most common resolves are to give up smoking or to achieve some planned weight loss. They embark on the enterprise on 1st January, but we all suspect that by the end of the month they'll be back on the cigarettes or have resumed tucking into the burgers.

Read more: Views from the Vicarage - January 2015

Views from the Vicarage - December 2014

Dear Friends,

'Giving is good for you'

Christmas is a wonderful time of the year. It incorporates the basic Christian values of giving and sharing, family and friends. God so loved the world that He gave us His only Son that we might have life, and life in all its fullness. If you recognize Christmas as God giving us His Son, the Saviour of the world - that is His great gift to us all - then we too can see the joy in giving.

Read more: Views from the Vicarage - December 2014

Views from the Vicarage - November 2014

Dear Friends,

This Remembrance Sunday is poignant as it is a hundred years since the First Word War or Great War, the war to end all wars. The poppies around the Tower of London vividly show the cost of that war with nearly a million poppies in the moat to represent all those who died.

Read more: Views from the Vicarage - November 2014