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Coriander, Lavender, Sorrel, Chives, Mint, Rosemary… all chosen for our new herb garden at Church. Year 6 children of both St Chrysostom’s and St John’s Schools joined together on a great community and church project at the end of their … Continue reading
Fr Chris writes: It’s always lovely when we hear from so many people over the year as they visit different parts of the world – and especially so over the summer. Everyone is welcome to join in with St Chrysostom’s … Continue reading
More favourite churches nominated by church members. First of all Hector McMillan writes: Quite a few years’ ago now my late wife, Sheila, and I did a pilgrimage of sorts to Santiago de Compostela: “of sorts” since it was a … Continue reading
Each day the church bell is rung to signify the time for people to gather for worship and prayer. The ringing of bells has become a deep tradition for the church. Here at St Chrysostom’s, our church bell is rung … Continue reading
We said Goodbye to Anne, yesterday, at Church. Anne has been with us as a parish assistant since August last year, and now she returns to her home in Bremen to begin preparations for going to university in October. Before … Continue reading
I don’t think I’ve confirmed an Angel, before Bishop Mark remarked. Well at St Chrysostom’s Church he did confirm Angel, along with Amelinda, Hao, Jamila, Nathan and Romario, at this year’s fantastic confirmation from St Chrysostom’s School. First of all Bishop … Continue reading