Category Archives: Notices

Carol Service and more…

CHAPLAIN’S MUSINGS 10th December 2o18 #thoughtforthisweek Whislt the Bazaar and Advent Sunday seem a while ago, the Sunday School Nativity is fresh still with the tunes playing on … certainly in my head… Next up is our Service of ‘Lessons … Continue reading

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Nativity Play and Toy Collection

What’s Christmas without a children’s nativity play! You have to have one, every church has one, and so do we! This Sunday, December 9th at our usual time, come and be taken back in time, if only for a few … Continue reading

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St. Catherine’s Bazaar – Saturday 1st December

Are you ready for the bazaar? Looking forward to seeing you all with your spending money  between 10:00-16:00 on Saturday. Feeling in the mood for a bit of Panto? Here’s your chance: NEAT is coming to the Bazaar on Saturday … Continue reading

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The message of St. Catherine: be resolute !!

CHAPLAIN’S MUSINGS 19th November 2018 #thoughtforthisweek The message of St. Catherine: be resolute !! There is a ‘Monastery of St. Catherine’ which is named after the patron saint of our church, whose feast day is 25th November. The monastery was … Continue reading

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Patronal Festival? What’s one of those?

#thoughtforthisweek “WHY…” I hear you ask, “… are we having a Patronal Festival at the end of this month when we had a big celebration with the Old Catholics in July ?” Good question. A Patronal Festival is the celebration … Continue reading

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Chaplain’s musings on peace and remembrance

#thoughtforthisweek “What really is the difference between the commemoration of an atrocity and the perpetuation of a grievance?” Some version of this question (though usually more emotive and less articulate) has been floating around for many decades; making reference to … Continue reading

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#thoughtforthisweek

CHAPLAIN’S MUSINGS 30th October 2018 I would like this week to ‘muse’ about Christian Initiation and Formation. Those of you who attend worship more regularly will by now know that I see Baptism not only as a way of welcoming … Continue reading

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CHAPLAIN’S MUSINGS 24th October 2018

#thoughtforthisweek The healing service on Sunday was, for me as Chaplain, the most moving experience I have had since my arrival. For those of you who asked for prayers, thank you for your trust and may God continue to work … Continue reading

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Mini-Book and Bake Sale for American Days

As part of the American Days programme we will be holding a mini-book and bake sale, just in the Anglican Centre this Saturday … donations of cakes are welcome, along with helpers to sell books, and of course buyers for … Continue reading

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Harvest Festival – Sunday 14th October

Our ‘Harvest Festival’ this year is this Sunday 14th October – please bring tins and dried goods to give to Schwäbische Tafel (food bank) which will be collected during the Harvest Thanksgiving Eucharist. After the service there will be a … Continue reading

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