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5pm each Tuesday at Holy Trinity and 6pm each Sunday at St. Cuthbert's we are watching the series called "The Chosen". Looking at the life and friendships of Jesus.
Do join us.
12.30pm each Friday at Holy Trinity, we gather around a bring and share lunch share our response the the next exciting instalment of the bible.
No bible knowledge or reading skills are needed - just you!
One of our fastest growing events. A time of open , informal worship and prayer. Usually with a theme to focus our prayers each week.
At Holy Trinity at 6pm each week.
We are meeting for worship at 10am on a Sunday.
These are mostly Holy Communion services but once a month each church has a service of Morning Praise led by a leader who is not a priest. An opportunity to do something different in worship and also for our lay people to exercise their valuable ministry.
Holy Communion is sharing bread and wine to remind us of Jesus' last supper with his friends when gave them to eat saying "do this to remember me". We find here a closeness with Jesus and feeding of our souls.
Tuesdays @ 4pm Holy Trinity
Wednesdays @ 6pm St. Cuthbert's
A chance for a night out with friends - a cuppa, good company, raffles and who knows, maybe a win!
Mother's Union meet once a month on the first Tuesday of each month (except January) at 2pm at Holy Trinity Church.
You don't have to be a mother to join and work towards the well being of our city and community.
A free hot meal cooked by a team of volunteers. Each Tuesday 5pm arrival, eating about 5.30pm.
Come for a social, enjoyable time together.
A way to follow the Stations of the cross at home. Click on the image. A presentation will open. Above the main picture in the middle click on "slide show" then on the far left click on "from beginning".
Click when you are ready to move to the next slide.
There is a green hill far away..... (well quite near actually)
The path to the tomb
This is my body - we remember Jesus gave us bread and wine to remember his body and blood.
The saddest day but the most hopeful! Rolling the stone over the tomb entrance.