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When I reflect on my Easter faith, communion is a distinctive feature. Preaching in the ‘My Easter Faith’ series at St Chrysostom’s my sermon was a reflection on communion outside of the church and how it is a way we … Continue reading
Darkness, candlelight, stillness, silence and simple plainsong singing are the main ingredients of our lovely Advent Rorate Mass at St Chrysostom’s. We’re encouraging other churches to pick up this tradition! The powerful symbol of light in the darkness pervades the … Continue reading
We were delighted at St Chrysostom’s to host worship of the 2016 SCP Conference. This ranged from a reflection on Our Lady on the Sunday evening to Vespers and Benediction, the rosary (led by our own rosary group) and Compline. The … Continue reading
We invite you to use our daily Bible verse to encourage thought and to stimulate prayer. Today’s Bible verse: “This is my body, which is given for you. Do this in remembrance of me.” Luke 22:19 What significance do these … Continue reading
The Third Day of Christmas (Feast of St John the Evangelist) We declare to you what was from the beginning, what we have heard, what we have seen with our eyes, what we have looked at and touched with our … Continue reading
Our 24 hours of prayer before the Blessed Sacrament have begun. Following Mass this evening Bishop Mark processed the Blessed Sacrament to the Anson Chapel. From 5pm Tuesday 4th June to 5pm Wednesday 5th June there is continuous prayer before … Continue reading
The Easter Season lasts 50 days. Significantly it is 10 days longer than the season of preparation for Easter – Lent. Now, in Lent some of the things we do are consider our lifestyle (what we are ‘giving up’), deepen … Continue reading