A blessed New Year to you and yours from us all at All Saints’ and St Bartholomew’s.
January can often be a dull month but as you can see from the diary we
have a busy time and there is so much to look forward to in 2015.
Alpha starts this month and we pray it will be a meaningful time for all
those involved. At All Saints’ we hope to complete our new lighting system,
have new disabled parking, a new social/meeting area in church and look
forward to enjoying a refurbished organ. At St Bartholomew’s we want to
move forward with the churchyard extension and hope to build on the
success of our outreach work and grow as a community church. As a
parish we want to develop the Cross Tree Centre and extend its use,
continue to improve and streamline our parish administration and pastoral
care for all ages and encourage everyone to learn more about, and be
committed to, our Charitable Giving Programme. More than anything else
we want to grow in our faith and be more effective disciples. Frances is
always full of good ideas and she has suggested that we could adopt a
Bible verse to inspire and encourage us through the year which I think is
an excellent idea. For 2015 we will use the following:
Be on your guard; stand firm in the faith; be courageous; be strong.
Do everything in love. 1 Corinthians 16: 13,14.
Love and prayers,
Located in Wraxall North Somerset The parish church of All Saints was built in the 12th century, with tower, clock and bells being added in later centuries.The church has been designated by English Heritage as a grade I listed building.
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So you think Church is Boring?
Sunday Club is a place for young people to get together, get real, get connected to God in a fun way.
We meet together regularly for a range of services in different styles and hope there is something in our month to allow all our church members to come close to God.