The Wardens and Ministers in the benefice have met and for July and possibly for the duration of the Vacancy before Chris Davey arrives we hope to be able to offer the following services – open to everyone. A chance to worship in each other’s churches.
A Farewell Letter from Mark:
I am very pleased say that from this morning, 15 June, St Michaels will be open and able to welcome everyone in for private individual prayer.
Unfortunately, we are still unable to hold services, but this is a welcome start.
If you would like to watch our St Michael's Trinity Service Powerpoint presentation again please follow this link
Loes Deanery Ascension Day Service Thursday 21st May 7.30pm
A Letter from our Rector, Mark: Lockdown I never liked the phrase and I think I may be starting to be allergic to it. Let me explain why in the light of the Easter message which we are still celebrating. During April the Rural Deans met with the Archdeacon and shared experiences of Easter under lockdown - it has not been easy and the Churches being locked and feeling empty has not helped any of the clergy and probably none of us either. Passing the locked doors of the Church one day made me think of the sealed tomb and the fears of the disciples. But the women were brave enough to go - even if they weren’t sure how they would get into the tomb - a first, rather naïve act of defiance.