THIS SUNDAY we celebrate the Feast of The Blessed Virgin Mary We see so little, stayed on surfaces, We calculate the outsides of all things, Preoccupied with our own purposes We miss the shimmer of the angels’ wings, They coruscate around us in their joy A swirl of wheels and eyes and wings unfurled, They guard the good we purpose to destroy, A hidden blaze of glory in God’s world. But on this day a young girl stopped to see With open eyes and heart. She heard the voice; The promise
THE FEAST OF THE This Sunday is the Feast of the Transfiguration. There are morning services at 8am (Fr Andy) and 10am (Katherine Ward) at Ss Peter & Paul (the Parish Church) and 10am (Mth Sarah) at All Saints (the Old Church). At 6.30 there is the second of a series of three Summer Meditations- a 40 minute service of music, silence, prayer, and reflection.
ALL AGE SERVICES on the FESTIVAL OF Ss PETER & PAUL Both Churches in the Parish will be celebrating this great day by exploring the stories of Ss Peter & Paul and how that connects to our own stories today. The 10am Services will be All-Age Services with a Parade of Guides and Brownies at the Parish Church and music sung by the Parish Girl's Choir. Come along at 10am, bring the whole family, invite a friend, and enjoy a great time of worship, testimony, and a celebration of the Eucharist.
THIS SUNDAY IS TRINITY SUNDAY- The First Sunday in Ordinary Time Services at St Peter & Paul's: 8am HOLY COMMUNION: the Rev'd Susan Sayers TSSF, Associate Priest preaching 10am SUNG EUCHARIST with Creche and Sunday Club: the Dean of Chelmsford, the V.Rev'd Nicholas Henshall TSSF preaching. 12pm HOLY BAPTISM with the Rev'd Prof Maxwell Hutchinson 6.30pm FESTAL EVENSONG: the Rector, the Rev'd Andy Trenier preaching Services at All Saints: 10am EUCHARIST and Sunday Club: the Rev'd Susan Sayers TSSF, Associate Priest preaching MUSIC FOR THE DAY CAN BE FOUND HERE “Faith by its
The Feast of the Annunciation Mothering Sunday This Sunday the parish marks the Feast of the Annunciation of the Angel Gabriel to Mary, Mother of God, where we celebrate the announcement to Mary that she would be the God Bearer and Mother of Jesus. Of course, it was a singular event but it does remind us that God often- indeed normally- chooses the most earthly mundane things to announce His presence to us and the most normal of people in which become present to us. We might remember that He even
First Sunday in Lent 8am Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion at Ss Peter & Paul 10 am All Age Eucharists at both churches 6pm Choral Evensong- Preacher Rev'd Dave Simms from South Chingford Congregational Church, at Ss Peter & Paul ALL ARE WELCOME CLICK HERE FOR THE WEEKLY SHEET & HERE FOR THE MUSIC LIST AND DON'T FORGET CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE'S FIRST COMMUNION PREP BEGINS THIS WEEK: DETAILS HERE
QUINQUAGESIMA YC Club, Chingford Cherubs and all other groups are back from half term. Do come along and check out this week's weekly sheet for more info on what is happening in the Parish THIS WEEK.... AND NEXT. This Sunday is Quinquagesima (fifty days before Easter). It marks the final Sunday before the great season of Lent begins and in the readings about the Transfiguration we get a foretaste of what is to come: the end or goal of Lent. The readings can be found here. Now is the time to
MUSIC AND MEDITATION FOR ST VALENTINE'S THIS SUNDAY EVENING AT ST P&P 6.30PM Poetry from Jamie Wallace & George Herbert. Music from Vaughan Williams and Alfred Hollins ALL WELCOME TO COME AND REFLECT ON THE SOURCE, PRACTICE, AND END OF LOVE. COME BY YOURSELF OR BRING A LOVED ONE TOO.
THIS SUNDAY IS THE FEAST OF THE PRESENTATION OF CHRIST IN THE TEMPLE (CANDLEMAS) You are welcome to church this week for the final installment of the Christmas Season; the end of Epiphany and the beginning of the Countdown to Lent and Easter. Services are at 8am, 10am and 6.30pm. At the 10am Eucharists there are Sunday Clubs at both Churches and Cherubs Creche at the Parish Church ALL ARE WELCOME ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE VISITING FOR THE FIRST TIME At the Old Church Purple Praise
Welcome back to Church during Epiphany Season During Epiphany the Church continues the journey from Christmas towards Easter. It begins with Epiphany- the visitation of the Magi continuing through the Baptism of Christ, remembering the Wedding at Cana, and the calling of the disciples along the way. Each week there is a Eucharist at both churches and Evensong at 6.30 at the Parish Church. For more service details see the weekly sheet and music list. Cherubs Creche and Sunday Club meet each Sunday and Chingford Cherubs and the