Remember, remember November is a time of remembering. The month begins with All Saints’ Day on 1st, the day on which the Church remembers and acknowledges the work of all its members who have gone before, and looks for the examples they have set, as well as recognising the current crop of saints – that’s […]
On Sunday 6th November at 6.30pm we will be holding our Memorial Service, an opportunity to remember loved ones who are no longer with us.
Our next All-Age Service will be held at 10.30am on Sunday 6th November 2016. All are welcome to this time of informal worship and learning!
How Deep? Anybody who has attended a service or other event which I have designed and put together will probably have noticed that I like to include material which is not strictly traditional, be that is using less familiar forms of liturgical text, or including references to contemporary culture (especially a certain science fiction show) […]
Join us this Sunday for our Praise Worship service – an informal communion suitable for all. This week we will be celebrating the Harvest – so come along and say hello!
Join us at St Ann’s this Sunday, 2nd October at 10.30am, for All-Age Worship, when we will be thinking about the Feeding of the 5000. All welcome!
At our Parish Communion service at 10.30am this Sunday (25th) we will be welcoming a very special guest – the Bishop of Liverpool, Paul Bayes (above). Bishop Paul will be preaching and presiding, and is an engaging and entertaining speaker, so do come along if you can. The service will be followed by a Bring and Share […]
There will be an auction of goods and services in aid of Church funds on Friday 30th September at 7.30pm in the Millennium Centre. Tickets are £3 (available from the Centre Office or after Church on Sunday) and include a hotpot supper. There will be a licensed bar. It promises to be a fun evening, […]
Ah, go on…. As I write this blog, I have just returned from two weeks out of the parish on placement in Liverpool City centre, finding out about urban ministry. Ahead of me in a scant 8 days is my ordination to the priesthood, preceded by a retreat at Foxhill in Cheshire, which is being […]
Easter Eggs Why are eggs associated with Easter? Not the one in this picture, usually. That is one of the jewelled eggs produced by the royal Russian jeweller, Fabergé. They sell for millions of pounds, unlike Cadbury’s, which are much more reasonable (other brands of chocolate egg are available). Although, Fabergé eggs were originally Easter […]