We have had our annual Parish meeting and on May 11th our three new wardens will be licenced at a deanery service at St John’s Church Keynsham and we wish them every blessing as they take on this important role. Maggie Sutton is our warden with specific responsibility for St Bartholomew's and Meg Caton and Sue Irwin have specific responsibility for All Saints'. I know you will give them all the support you can especially as they settle into their new roles. For them, and for all who serve in different ways across the parish, I would remind us of our scriptural quote for the year as it brings strength and encouragement as we continue to seek God's will for us as we work for the kingdom here and further afield.
‘Keep alert, stand firm in your faith, be courageous, be strong.
Let all that you do be done in love.’
1 Corinthians 16.13 & 14
In the coming weeks on Sundays we shall be looking at the 'I am' sayings of Jesus from John’s Gospel extending and building on the work being done in the study group. The sermon series extends over ten weeks with four different speakers and I am looking forward very much to hearing what everyone has to share. You will also see from the diary that we have the Garden Party on
May 16th at 2pm in Lower Failand raising money for Christian Aid and Pancreatic Cancer. Please come along and bring a friend. Picnic in the Park with Christians Together in Nailsea and District is on Sunday May 24th in the Millennium Park so bring your deck chairs along, food to share and join us for this all age event. On the last day of the month - Sunday May 31st we have ‘Ignite’ - Nailsea Christians worshipping together at ‘The Centre’ Silver Street. This will be an evening of worship, word and music with Steve Tilley preaching preceded by refreshments at 6pm for a 6.30pm start. Something here to cover most tastes and all ages!
See you at at least one of them I hope,
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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