Hosted by Sandy Wilson
A joint service of Holy Communion for all three parish churches. Always a lovely service because of the warm welcome, the sound of our combined voices, and the chat over coffee afterwards
A relaxed, welcoming and informal service which mixes the modern and traditional. It’s an opportunity to reflect, pray and connect with God and see how Christian faith really does make a difference to everyday life. Ideal if you’re new to church or don’t like formality.
A thoughtful and prayerful service which often uses the words from service booklets from the Ionian community. A mixture of traditional hymns and modern worship songs. The service is not normally led by our priest-in-charge but instead by one of our Ministry Team. There will always be Bible readings, a sermon, and refreshments after the service.
The Garden Trail will be held on Sunday 1 July 1.00-5.30pm around a variety of gardens in Nesscliffe, Hopton, Kinton and Wilcot with refreshments available en route and a book stall at one of the gardens.
Entry will be £5 (supervised children free). You can start at any garden and you will receive a map of the route when you pay, together with a little information on what to expect at each garden, for example accessibility, whether refreshments are offered and whether toilet facilities are available.
There will be signs in various places directing you to the gardens that are part of the trail so you can drive to any of the villages and find your first garden by following a sign. If you want a little more help there is an overview map available here.
All proceeds to St Andrew’s Church, Great Ness.
A traditional service, where music and the beautiful language of the Book of Common Prayer point us towards God. It’s a sung service with responses, psalms, hymns and an anthem, led by the choir. There’s time for quiet reflection too.
We can promise you a warm welcome and some uplifting music, so please come along.