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A letter from Roger

by St Bartholomew's

A letter from our Church Warden, Roger Barnes Dear Fellow Members of St Bartholomew’s This Sunday is Pentecost, or Whitsunday as the Book of Common Prayer has it. The word Pentecost is from the Greek word meaning fiftieth and marks the start of the Jewish Harvest Festival 50 days after Passover (Easter to us). Pentecost […]

Prayer Bulletin

by St Bartholomew's

Regrettably the Church can no longer be left open for private prayer but please pray at home for: – Adrian and Annie Walsh Steve, Gill Long’s brother-in law, Brenda Cook June Kirk For those at home who feel cut off in their isolation Those attending the Confirmation Course

Prayers for our time

by St Bartholomew's

God of compassion, be close to those who are ill, afraid or in isolation. In their loneliness, be their consolation; in their anxiety, be their hope; in their darkness, be their light; through him who suffered alone on the cross, but reigns with you in glory, Jesus Christ our Lord. O God, help me to […]

Advent Angels

by St Bartholomew's

If you enjoy knitting and sewing and would like to be involved making Advent Angels do get in touch with Maria mlskoyles@gmail.com 07590264246.  Bags of yarn and instructions for making angel wings are available on request from her doorstep A WhatsApp group will be created so those crafting can keep in touch.

An update from Paul

by St Bartholomew's

Letter from the Rector 22 May 2020   With my greetings, at this Ascension-tide: I expect that, like most of us, you have planned to use the time we have “spare” during lockdown to spend on those things we have been meaning to do for a long time… and surely here’s the opportunity to get […]

Prayer Bulletin

by St Bartholomew's

Regrettably the Church can no longer be left open for private prayer but please pray at home for: – Adrian and Annie Walsh Steve, Gill Long’s brother-in law, Brenda Cook June Kirk Family and friends of Bob Fidler, whose funeral was on 19th May For those at home who feel cut off in their isolation

ZOOM Updates

by St Bartholomew's

Please note that ZOOM will require you to update to Version 5. Please follow instructions when asked to do so.

The Churchyard now re-opened

by St Bartholomew's

The Churchyard has now re-opened for you to enjoy this haven of peace and tranquillity. Please take time to reflect and pray, as you tend to a grave or just sit quietly. PNBW, 16.05.2020  

Prayer Bulletin

by St Bartholomew's

Regrettably the Church can no longer be left open for private prayer but please pray at home for: – Adrian and Annie Walsh Steve, Gill Long’s brother-in law, Brenda Cook June Kirk Family and friends of Bob Fidler, whose funeral is on 19th May For those at home who feel cut off in their isolation […]