There are many ways you can get involved with our friendly Church community.
Join us @ Sunday Worship; -
Help as Sides people. - welcoming and handing out prayer books and hymn books etc.
Sing in the Choir.
Help serve coffee and tea.
Help with the Readings.
Join the Mothers' Union.
Get involved with the Ladies Fellowship
Volunteer for one of the committees.
Editor's Letter (November Magazine)
This year Remembrance Sunday (11th November) marks the centenary of the end of World War One. Of the 65 million men who were mobilized, 8.5 million were killed and a further 21 million wounded.
How should we celebrate this anniversary? In remembering the armistice, our response should be to desire Micah’s vision of universal peace in our world: ‘Nation will not take up sword against nation, nor will they train for war anymore.’ (Micah 4:3).
However, why keep asking God for peace, when we continue to see such violence and unrest in our world? The Bible makes it clear that peace is not just the absence of war or being untroubled. It means being in a right relationship with God through Jesus Christ, with other people and with wider society.
Micah’s words are looking to end of time when God will make all things new in His universal kingdom. However, these promises also speak to us now. The ministry of Jesus demonstrated the kingdom or reign of God breaking into the everyday, as He healed the sick and brought reconciliation and hope.
The end of the centenary of World War 1 is a time to consider peace. Although the war did not bring a lasting peace to the world, for the Christian there’s a deeper lesson: peace begins with the healing of hearts, the restoring of relationships and with a deep, costly commitment to justice.