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Trinity Sunday 25

First Sundays in September, October, November and December 2018

The Prayer

From early times the prayer over bread and wine at the Eucharist was known as the Prayer, so important a place did it have in the corporate worship of the Christian community. Where did the prayer come from? And what was the basis of its importance for Christians? What does that history have to do with the Eucharistic prayers that we use week by week, and what exactly makes a Eucharistic prayer?

This series will include a bit of history of early Christian worship and of its Jewish roots, a look at our current Eucharistic prayers—all with an eye to helping us prayer such prayers better together.

Love is his meaning

The Desiring Life Group meet fortnightly to discuss topics raised by particular books. All the meetings are held on Tuesday afternoons in the Parish Centre Lounge from 2.30pm and are led by members of the clergy team or a member of the group.

See below for dates Buy a copy of the book and turn up, no need to book a place. 

Starting on Tuesday 11 September we will be discussing:

Love is His Meaning – Understanding the teachings of Jesus by Keith Ward

“The teachings of Jesus are of vital importance to Christians. No doubt there are many of Jesus’ teachings that have not been recorded, just as there are many of his actions that were not recorded: ‘There are also many other things that Jesus did; if everyone of them were written down, I suppose the world itself could not contain the books that were written’ (John 21.25). The records we have in the Gospels are the first and only direct testimonies to the teachings of the person who is at the heart of the Christian faith”.

You may have seen that the press has been covering the incident in the bell tower in January 2018. 

This matter is in the hands of solicitors.

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