We will be holding a Zoom songs of praise on 14th March at 4.00pm. (Usual Zoom number) there will also be a few places available in Church particularly for those who cannot join us by zoom. Please let Nicci know if you will be joining, so that we can send you an order of service. […]
This year’s Crib Service was a little different! A film to celebrate this special time as we “follow the star” You can still see it on:- YOUTUBE St Bartholomew’s YouTube Channel FACEBOOK St Bartholomew’s Facebook Page Or watch it here:
We will be holding a “Carol Event” around the Christmas tree in the churchyard, at 11:45 on Sunday 20 December. We are able to sing outside, while keeping our social distance, so I look forward to seeing and hearing you enjoy your favourite carols! I suggest you bring a flask of tea or coffee for […]
There will be no service in church (nor Zoom) on Sunday 27 December. Instead you may wish to avail yourselves of the Diocesan Church at home service We are offering live streamed worship for the Diocese on Sundays and Holy Days in the coming months to complement what is offered by local churches. This Diocesan […]
Please pray for our Confirmation Candidates, Sue Fenn, Amada Herbert and Julie Welch who will be confirmed by Bishop Steven in St. Bartholomew’s at 10:30 on Advent Sunday, 29 November.
CAP is featured in a brand new documentary, “The Debt Saviours”, airing on Friday 5 October at 9pm on BBC2. John Kirkby, founder of CAP says “I’m delighted that what they’ve produced is a testament to the love and goodness of God at work through his local Church.” This charity is supported by several people […]
The Harvest Supper will be held on October 5th in the Village Hall at 6:30 for 7 p.m. Tickets are now available, price £6 adult and £3 children under 11 years old, from June Allen (Tel:772343) Please book your choice of Hot, Cold or Vegetarian options. June would also be very grateful for prizes for […]
This year we are serving teas and cake (proceeds to St. Bartholomew’s Church). If you can make a tray bake, little/cup cake or a loaf cake, or help serve teas on the day, please let Nicci B-W know
Come and explore how we use our five senses in worship, helping us to discover and appreciate different ways to come into the presence of God Our “fifth Sunday special” next week.
If you are interested in following any of the talks and Bible studies on Colossians by Bishop Steven, given at the Clergy Conference, than please follow this link to access any of the talks given over four days: https://www.oxford.anglican.org/mission-ministry/serving-god-together/cmd/2018-clergy-conference/