Eucharist Services - alternate FRIDAYS at 10 am (please see benefice calendar for full details)
Praise Service - 2nd SUNDAY of each month at 4pm
Morning Worship - 3rd Sunday of each month at 10am
All of the services are inclusive and relaxed, with opportunities for discussion and reflection. The Eucharists and Praise Services are conducted by our rector, Fr Clive Wylie SCP with the Authorised Worship Assistants leading the Morning Worship services.
Refreshments are served after all services.
There is a Benefice Eucharist each Sunday at 10 am in The Church of Our Lady Saint Mary, South Creake. This service is live-streamed to the Creake Benefice YouTube channel.
St Mary’s is registered with Inclusive Church.
This post will be updated as the meeting proceeds. The Church of England’s General Synod is meeting this week. The timetable is here, the agenda is here and the papers are here. Live Video etc All sessions are streamed live on YouTube and remain available to view afterwards. Monday afternoon – live from 1.45 pm […]The post General Synod – 6 to 9 February 2023 first appeared on Thinking Anglicans.
For previous items, see More safeguarding updates. Surviving Church has published this article by David Lamming: Will General Synod be allowed to debate the Independent Safeguarding Board? It appears that at present the answer is No. Update Hattie Williams has a further detailed update in the Church Times: ISB remains off the Synod’s agenda despite members’ […]The post Synod: another safeguarding update first appeared on Thinking Anglicans.
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Syderstone Parochial Church Council, which has the care of the parishioners of Barmer, Blenheim Park, Syderstone and Wicken Green, fully supports and accepts the ordination of both men and women as deacons, priests and bishops in the Church of England and in the wider Anglican Communion. As God welcomes us we welcome everyone to the family of our churches regardless of their age, physical ability, ethnicity, gender, or sexuality.