Do you feel a spiritual hole which needs filling in your life? Is there someone or something you would like to be remembered in prayer? Would you appreciate the chance to chat informally over a cup of tea and cake? In addition to services at our village churches on Sunday, our benefice offers:
St Matthew's Café – an informal gathering with tea and cakes and a story on the First Thursday of the month at St Matthew’s Midgham between 3.00 and 4.30pm.
Communion Service - a quiet service at Watermill Court the third Wednesday afternoon every month followed by tea and cake
Personal visits to your home to celebrate a home communion or simply chat.
Dementia: “its time I found out more about you”
Many of us have a relative or friend affected by dementia and don’t quite know how best to help and support them. In February 2017 we had an information session on Dementia in Midgham. These sessions are part of a nationwide initiative of the Alzheimer’s Society to change the way people think, act and talk about dementia. A further session is planned in April for Brimpton W.I. If you have a group who would like to host an information session on dementia do contact Pat Bhutta (details below)
Prayer - let us know if you would like us to keep someone in our prayers. A small completely confidential group meets every month to hold those in need in prayer.
If you are interested in learning more about the Christian faith, visit our Exploring Christianity page for further information.