Letter from Karen
The 17th century poet and priest John Donne famously wrote, ‘No man is an island.’ Sometimes we forget just how connected we are. We need to be sensible and take the public health advice offered (and with due regard to our own vulnerabilities), without becoming unduly anxious. This current outbreak reminds us of our common humanity, irrespective of national borders, economic or social status, or anything else that usually divides us. St Paul describes the church as ‘the body of Christ’ – one body, made of many parts, or members. He says, ‘If one member suffers, all suffer together with it; if one member is honoured, all rejoice together with it’ (1 Cor. 12.26). The same could be said of our world: if part of it suffers, we are all affected. Let’s be family for our neighbours. It’s something villages do so well. Let’s be practical and play our part in seeking the health and wellbeing of everyone.
God bless us all
We seek to be
Where all God’s children can find a home.
All Age churches
Where we are committed to making everyone, from the youngest to the oldest, feel welcome.
Where individual and corporate prayer is a priority.
Preaching and teaching Churches
Where God's word brings us to a closer relationship with Jesus.
praise and worship Churches
Where we bring people of all ages into the presence of God (using contemporary and traditional styles).
Compassionate and Caring Churches
Where we seek to minister to and care for the needs of those in our church and community.
Where our life and actions reflect the new life we have found in Jesus.