What’s On

Next Daylight meeting: 13th July 2024 at 10 am in St Aidan’s Chapel. Further details about Daylight are here.

Open Garden Trails: Sunday 23rd June 10am-4pm: as part of the Belle Vue Arts Festival, congregation member, James Monger, is opening his garden in Belle Vue – address from the office, parking on Grey Friar’s Road. James has designed his own garden, which is colour themed and full of both unusual and well-loved plants, shrubs and trees. It is approached by a long path with rose and clematis arches so is sadly not wheel-chair accessible. Refreshments available at neighbour’s. Programmes available (eg Stop Café. Grey Friars Bridge). £3 entry for all of the 20 garden openings around Belle Vue…just look for the big plastic sunflower and lots of balloons marking the way in at No 64.

The Churchwardens are formally admitted to their roles each year at the Archdeacon’s Visitation. This year’s visitation will be at Holy Trinity Leaton on 26th June at 7pm. It will be conducted by the Acting Archdeacon, Rev Preb Jo Farnworth. Please support the Churchwardens in celebrating with them their shared call to serve God in mission and ministry.

Two opportunities for Meditation and to deepen our experience of prayer.
1. “Silence and Stillness”  A monthly meditation; on the first Saturday of each month, 11am-11.45am at St Alkmund’s with WCCM | The World Community for Christian Meditation. Coffee and tea afterwards. All are welcome as an introduction or to deepen one’s practice of meditation.
2. July 16-17: A 2-day prayerful mix of music, chanting, singing and meditation. Details here.
Both follow the tradition of Christian meditation as taught by John Main. Jon Kille or Rev Martin Wilson can provide more details: contact via the church office.

Weekly Concerts in the Round. Friday June 7th, 12.30pm.  Pianist Julian Hellaby – his debut St Chad’s appearance! Julian is an experienced soloist, teacher and examiner who has performed all over the world. Details here. Concerts are free of charge with lunch in the hall afterwards. Future concert details are here; and to join our mailing list for this series please get in touch with [email protected]

For daily morning prayer, please see the Welcome page.

There is prayer for our town every Thursday morning 9.00am till 10.30am at Central, the home of Palmer’s café. The meeting will take place in the upstairs room, and all are welcome. “A simple time of prayer, no frills, no refreshments, simply us and God together in love and unity.”

 

The Church Office:  [email protected] or phone 01743 365 478

 

The current pew sheet can be accessed via the Welcome page of the website.