We are here to help people love and worship God.
We aim to be, and encourage others to become, committed and active disciples of Jesus, who
love God and worship him, who know the power of the Holy Spirit and who show God’s love
in every part of their lives.
|Prayer for the Month
|First Thoughts - The Vicar's Letter
|Below you will find extracts from this month's Parish Magazine
First Words..., A Prayer for the Month & A Thought for the Month
Dear Lord, how we've waited for this holiday, and now its finally here.
Thank You, Lord, for the opportunity to take a break from our daily routines
and to replenish our minds, bodies and souls so they we may better serve You.
Sometimes our expectations for holidays are unrealistic
and we find ourselves disappointed when things don't go our way.
Help us not to worry about having the perfect holiday but to relax and enjoy every
moment, whatever it may bring.
We are grateful for the joys that await us-whether they be the beauty of your
creation, recreation with family or friends, or peace and solitude.
Watch over us and protect us as we travel, and brings us safely home
again-refreshed and renewed. Amen
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|First World War Centenary Commemoration
First World War Centenary Commemoration is shaped around the themes of remembrance.
Youth and education. Within those themes local communities will tell their own stories
which are likely to focus on issues including:-
Why remembering matters, honouring bravery and sacrifice, the impact on the development
of Britain, the role of allies and the Commonwealth, local connections and contributions to
the war, reconciliation in today’s world.
There is a Service in Glasgow Cathedral Monday 4th August 2014, and Westminster Abbey
will broadcast parts of a vigil to mark the commemoration of war.
Churches have been asked, if possible, to keep their doors open at some point during that
day to mark a vigil of peace, and for prayer.
St Mary’s will be open between 10.00am and 4.00pm on Monday 4th August.