Category Archives: St Chrysostoms Church

Films for lockdown

At a recent church Sunday Zoom meeting, Alan asked what films St Chrysostom’s people have been watching during lockdown. Some commented that they had found it rather difficult to concentrate at the moment, not surprisingly. Here are some of the … Continue reading

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Phone a friend on Sunday!

Eleanor Lowe, for most of her life, had a busy and committed schedule every weekend in her home in the tiny village of Mainsforth, County Durham. Saturdays were spent baking for the next day and the week following. On Sundays … Continue reading

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Doing St C’s worship differently

In these days of closed churches and social isolation as a result of the Coronavirus many churches are doing remarkably creative things to live out and celebrate faith. ‘Live streaming’ has become a common word in church circles! We see … Continue reading

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Around the world during the Coronavirus: Hong Kong

As early as 15th February this year, all Anglican churches in Hong Kong have ceased to hold any public services. Kenson contributes to our series on the effect of the Coronavirus in different places in the world..    For all … Continue reading

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Pray Vespers at 5pm with us!

While St Chrysostom’s is closed for public worship because of the Coronavirus we invite you to join us in Vespers, wherever you are. We’ve developed this lovely ‘Pray Vespers’ tradition at St Chrysostom’s over the years. We invite friends to … Continue reading

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Many faiths with a shared responsibilty

Sikh, Jewish, Muslim and Hindu friends joined us for a special evening on the 1st Sunday in Lent. Beauty and Care of Creation is the theme of our Sunday evening Lent series and together we joined in a specially worded … Continue reading

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The Chi Rho Movement at St C’s

A new movement for lay people is being planned and developed in the Church of England and beyond and we are delighted that St Chrysostom’s will be one of the pilot parishes to help pioneer this encouraging initiative. The Chi … Continue reading

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