(other eggs are available…) Egging us on There are certain battles which are highly predictable. Prime Minister’s Questions in the House of Commons, for example. The Doctor against the Master is another which springs to mind. Good versus evil. The use, or misuse, of the apostrophe. Another of them, a modern phenomenon, is the Battle […]
Join us at 2pm on Good Friday as we spend the last hour at the foot of Jesus’ cross. A time of reflection and prayer. This service is not suitable for young children.
If you are looking for a family way to worship on Good Friday, then why not come down to the Millennium Centre at 10.30am for a morning of crafts, worship and fun for all ages. Following the Ecumenical Walk of Witness, which starts at 10am at St Barts, we will meet in the Centre at […]
Join us on Sunday 26th March at 10.30am for our Mothering Sunday Worship – and act of worship with Holy Communion, suitable for the whole family.
Giving it up…. I have sinned, O God, I have sinned, and I acknowledge my transgressions Unworthy as I am, you will save me, according to your great mercy. Song of Mannasseh vv.12, 14b We have reached the season of Lent in the Church calendar, and most of us will be familiar with the notion […]
Many congratulations to (left to right) Edna North, Margaret Blackburn and Joan Owen on their ‘Good Citizenship Awards’. Presentations were made at Rainhill Village Hall on Friday 24th February by the Chair of the Village Council, Cllr Jim Carroll.
Think Lent is just about giving things up? Think again! 40 Acts is a way for us all to make a positive difference. Karen from our ‘Praise Worship’ team explains The idea behind 40Acts is really quite a simple one. Lent is traditionally a time when Christians give up something as a way of preparing […]
During Lent, we will be once again holding our lunchtime series of services followed by a meal together in support of Christian Aid. This is an Ecumenical event, supported by the Churches of Rainhill – Trinity, St Bartholomew’s, St James’ and St Ann’s. This year, St James are hosting the series, which are on a Friday […]
Well, here we are at the end of Christmastide. Yes, that’s right. The season incorporates Christmas and Epiphany, and ends with the feast known as Candlemas, or the Presentation of Christ in the Temple on February 2nd. As we exit Epiphany, we enter into a period of ‘ordinary time’, one of two periods in the […]
The Churchyard clear up on Saturday (28th January) was a fantastic success. It was wonderful to welcome around 50 willing volunteers, of all ages, to St Ann’s. There was a real sense of community spirit, as the rain came down on and off all morning. Tea and bacon butties were […]