Cancellations

Please note that the following events have been cancelled this month:

Knit & Natter, Tiddlywinks, Messy Church, Wednesday Coffee Morning and Friday Lent Lunches.

Coronavirus COVID-19

The latest guidance and advice from the Church of England in the light of the continued increase of Covid-19 cases in the United Kingdom includes the suspension of the administration of the chalice during Communion as well as physical contact during the sharing of the peace, blessing or “laying on of hands”.

The full guidance and advice for churches is available on the Church of England website.

 

Services and events for Lent & St David’s Day

We will be having a special Ash Wednesday Communion Service at 7.30pm on 26th February.  This will be followed by a series of Lent Lunches comprising soup and bread each Friday throughout Lent, starting on 28th February at 12.00 midday in the Church hall.

And, to celebrate St David’s Day on Sunday 1st March we will be hosting a special Evensong.  This will begin with a Welsh tea at 3.30pm followed by the Evensong service at 4.00pm  All welcome.

 

Tiddlywinks

Please note that there will be no Tiddlywinks this coming Wednesday, 19th February.  Our next get together will be on Wednesday, 4th March.  We look forward to seeing you then.

 

Alpha

 

Just a reminder that our Alpha course will be starting this Thursday 16th January at 7.30pm in St Disen’s Hall.  For more information or to book a place please contact Olly.

Successful start to our new All Age Service

Our new All Age service got off to a great start last Sunday morning.  It combines contemporary and traditional worship with songs and hymns, interactive prayer spaces and communion in an easy way that has appeal for children and grown ups alike.  Come and join us for the next one on Sunday, 2nd February.  We look forward to seeing you.

Christmas Eve at St Disen’s

We warmly invite you to join us for one or both of our special services for Christmas Eve.  At 6.00pm we have our Crib Service, a lovely service for all ages, a chance to hear the story of that first Christmas in Bethlehem more than 2000 years ago, told with the help of our ‘knitivity’.  Then at 11.30 we have our traditional Midnight Communion Service to see in Christmas Day.

Let it rain? let it rain? let it rain?

Well, the weather outside may have been frightful but our candlelit carol service was delightful and the mince pies and mulled wine afterwards ensured that all the way home we were warm.