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You may have noticed a few improvements outside church, with some more to come. The new bench commemorating Gill and Dick Hatch has settled into place next to our new prayer tree and is proving a lovely sunny spot to … Continue reading
Parish assistant John writes: Over Trinity Sunday weekend, I was at a 4-day choir festival in Dublin. Various Voices is an international festival for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender choirs. Over 80 choirs took part from all around the world … Continue reading
Pentecost Sunday 2014. We celebrate the coming of the Holy Spirit, as tongues of fire at the first Pentecost, and now, today in our lives and world. Here is our joyous congregation after High Mass, grouped on the church steps with carnations … Continue reading
Our parish assistants get out a little! John writes: Yesterday, I joined fifty children from the Year 1 and Reception classes at St John’s School for a thrilling day at Blackpool Zoo. We saw lions and elephants… playful penguins… giraffes … Continue reading
To inspire prayer and a sense of fellowship in prayer throughout May, we encouraged people to say part of the Holy Rosary on a particular day and so fill the entire month with thought and prayer based on the rosary. The … Continue reading
A wonderful debut from our new Choral Evensong Choir yesterday evening, pictured here in final rehearsal. They presented Thomas Tallis’ Short Service and Edward Elgar’s Ave Verum, and sounded beautiful. It was especially nice to see plenty of familiar faces … Continue reading