Sunday the 24th January is the third Sunday of Epiphany and for our 10am service it’s St Thomas’ taking the lead with St Mark’s to provide the music, prayers …but not the sermon! We welcome Fr Simon Robinson, vicar of Minehead – who talks further about forgiveness. Especially apt – as we look forward to Holocaust Memorial Day, coming up on the 27th January.
Sunday the 17th January is the second Sunday of Epiphany and for our 10am service it’s back to St Mark’s taking the lead with St Thomas’ to provide the music, prayers and sermon. Paul and Sandy, two of the worship team at St Mark’s who support Rachel with leading in Pennington take the helm today: stick around to the very end however, as perhaps Paul and Sandy aren’t as professional as Rachel (who doesn’t like a blooper or two?)
Sunday the 10rth January is the first Sunday of Epiphany but also when we remember the baptism of Christ. For our 10am service today it’s St Thomas’ taking the lead as St Mark’s provide the music, prayers and sermon. Are we missing a Rachel? After a busy December and Christmas period, Rachel’s got this week off: so Jane and Paul bring you the sermon slot instead!
Sunday the 3rd January is the Second Sunday of Christmas but also the Epiphany. For our 10am service today it’s St Mark’s taking the lead as St Thomas provide the music, prayers and sermon.
In recent years we have blessed chalk at church, and taken it home to create an Epiphany blessing at door.
Sunday the 27th December is the the first Sunday of Christmas – and for our 10am service today it’s St Thomas taking the lead as St Mark’s provide the music, prayers with Linda Lee – chaplain at Lymington New Forest hospital – leading our sermon.
It’s Christmas Day! Peter from St Thomas and Rachel from St Mark’s jointly lead our service today, with music and readings coming from both of our churches also. We also answer the question about the best way to break open a Chocolate Orange – all you need is a balcony…
We’ve reached Christmas Day and as we celebrate the bright new dawn, we come together to celebrate the birth of Christ.
It’s nearly Christmas Day and as we look forward to the bright new dawn, we come together to celebrate the upcoming birth of Christ.
One for the children – and young at heart – working together with St Thomas church in Lymington, our Crib and Christingle service on the 24th December starts our final Christmas countdown! Peter and Rachel explain the story of Jesus birth, and Rachel has some interesting alternatives to the traditional Christingle (if you can’t source the ingredients for the normal offering!)