This Month

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Wednesday 2 January
No Midweek Reflection this week.

Thursday 3 January at 7.30 pm
Bible Study Group meets at ‘Mariners’, Rectory Hill
For details of discussion topics see here

Sunday 6 January Epiphany
8 am          Holy Communion
10.30 am  All Together Sunday

Tuesday 8 January at 10 am
House Communion at 39 Ernest Road.
All welcome

Wednesday 9 January at 7.07 pm
Midweek Reflection.
15 minutes of quiet, music and prayer, open to all

Sunday 13 January
Baptism of Christ
10.30 am Family Eucharist & Sunday Club
6 pm         Sung Evensong

Wednesday 16 January at 7.07 pm
Midweek Reflection.
15 minutes of quiet, music and prayer, open to all

Thursday 17 January at 7.30 pm
Bible Study Group meets at ‘Mariners’, Rectory Hill
For details of discussion topics see here

Week of Prayer for Christian Unity 18 – 25 January
The theme is based around Deuteronomy 16:18-20, ‘Justice, and only justice, you shall pursue…’
Lots of information here.

Sunday 20 January
8 am         Holy Communion
10.30 am Morning Prayer & Sunday Club & Sunday Club
The Ugandan WATOTO children’s choir will sing during the morning service
6 pm         Holy Ground

Wednesday 23 January at 7.07 pm
Midweek Reflection.
15 minutes of quiet, music and prayer, open to all

Saturday 26 January, 9.30 am-3.30 pm
Colchester Area Conference T St. John’s Church, St. John’s Close, Colchester CO4 0HP.
Setting God’s People Free
Thriving in the Fullness of Life
Setting God’s People Free is a Church of England initiative seeking to build up the whole people of God, with a confident faith and vision for the Kingdom of God, which is lived out in homes, schools, communities and places of work.
The keynote speaker for the 2019 Colchester Conference is Nick Shepherd, Programme Director for Setting God’s People Free.
To find out more or book click here.

Sunday 27 January
10.30 am Family Eucharist & Sunday Club

Wednesday 30 January at 7.07 pm
Midweek Reflection.
15 minutes of quiet, music and prayer, open to all