We are delighted that our curate, Rachel was ordained as deacon by Bishop Alan at St Albans Cathedral on Saturday. Although the service was rather different because of Covid restrictions, it was a special occasion.
At her ordination service, we committed to praying for Rachel and upholding and encouraging her in her ministry. Do continue to [...]
The Covid-19 crisis has led to changes in how we do church. Some of them have turned out to be blessings like less busyness: we have experienced the pruning we have been talking about for the past 4 years. Others we have reluctantly accepted as necessary like restrictions to the ways in which we can [...]
On Saturday 3rd October we are looking forward to celebrating Messy Harvest. We will be planting, making harvest wreaths and scarecrows and enjoying creating our favourite harvest sandwiches. We are looking forward to finding out what all our favourite sandwich fillings are! We will be sharing together the story of the loaves and the fishes [...]
Although this year has been challenging for us all in so many different ways we need to remain faithful and give thanks to God for all He has provided for us, especially at this time of Harvest. It is with a heavy heart that we have had to cancel our harvest lunch and Harvest [...]
Many of you have been asking how can you help the asylum seekers in the area. Rachel has been liaising with organisations to find a way for us to help support these people in the best way possible. They say that we can practically help in the following ways:* They need volunteers to meet with some of [...]
Everyone can be part of Gift Day. It is about uniting as a church family to show our compassion and care for God’s world. Prayerfully consider how much you can give: any gift, large or small, makes a difference.
Due to the current pandemic, online bank transfer to the Sunnyside Church bank account is best. [...]