Our Sunday Service

Our Sunday Service

Trinity Season

Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” Matthew 28:19-20 (NIV)

Order of Service
Collects and Readings
Intercessions
Rev Gaenor's Reflections

Weekly Pew News

W/B 19th September

Welcome to St Gregory’s! 
THIS WEEK
Sunday 19th.   Trinity 16
8am Holy Communion
10am Parish Communion
Mon 20th
7.30pm in church: Exploring faith: second session: Pain and Loss.
Weds 22nd
9am    Morning Prayer
2.45pm   School Service
7.30pm PCC meeting in church
Thursday 23rd
7.30pm Deanery Eucharist and Synod
Friday 24th
9am-11.30am  Extended Coffee Cake & Company for Macmillan Cancer Support
Sun 26th
8am Holy Communion
10am  Parish Communion
 Church is open daily between 9am and 4.30pm.
Please observe the covid safety measures still in place.
 
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OTHER NEWS
 
The church choir is recruiting! As restrictions lift we can look towards more singing and music in church! Practice is every Thursday 7-8pm in church for the 10am Sunday service plus occasional events and services. All ages are welcome. Please contact our organist and choir director davidharkell@yahoo.co.uk
 
New church history booklet available now to buy-in church and in the local shops. All proceeds to church funds.
 
The PCC still requires a new Treasurer. There is training and support from the Diocese.Please speak to me or the Churchwardens if you can help.
 
St Gregory’s reordering project has begun at the preparation stage and we are still in need of a few volunteers to help turn the vision into reality- specifically with experience in fundraising, project management, historical buildings. 
There will be an open evening about the project on Weds 13th October at 7.00pm and doors open at 6.30pm in church. Every one is welcome.
 
We are also wanting to rename the project with a catchy title of three words.Any suggestions to me please!
 
 
A note from Stephen Sides:
Thank you all so very much for your lovely card and very generous Garden Gift Voucher which you presented me with last week. It was totally unexpected and I was very touched to receive it. I felt somehow that a bit of background music and a few well known hymns played during the service would enable us to focus our thoughts and provide a ‘comfort blanket’ whilst actual singing was off limits during the pandemic. Thank you again. Stephen.
 
 
 

Services & events in September & October