Come and join the whole church for a day filled with celebration. We will worship, have lots of fun and enjoy each other's company. There'll be something for everyone.
Regretfully we have had to postpone the church weekend away until further notice. We will keep you posted as to when we know more.
When we get round to it we are hoping to spend some time together as a church family in the wonderful Sidmouth surroundings taking time to worship, to learn and enjoy spending time together. There will be something for all ages to enjoy including a full children’s programme.
We live in an age where there are so many loud voices we can listen to. As Christians, how do we hear God’s voice and what difference does that make?
IN RESPONSE TO GOVERNMENT AND CofE ADVICE THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED.
A Special Film Night for Easter
Join us for candlelit refreshments 7pm for 7.30pm start on Friday 3rd April 2020.
It’s the Story of Jesus’ life told through the amazing, award-winning, modern black opera, set in Khayelitsha, the largest township in Cape Town, South Africa.
Once again we will be hosting the JACs Ball (Jane Austen Celebrations) on Saturday 28th September.
To find out more and to book, please click the link below.
We want to say a huge thank you for all you give and warmly invite you to a Thank You Dinner on Thursday 11th July at 7:00pm for 7:30pm - 9:00pm at St Swithin’s Walcot.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org with any dietary requirements by 4th July.
Join filmmaker Andrew Panton at 6pm on July 6th 2019 as he talks about a new film “Attack On The Sorpe Dam” which features last British Dambuster George “Johnny” Johnson. The talk will include a preview of the trailer and some excerpts from the film which recounts George “Johnny” Johnson’s story of the famous World War Two ‘Dambusters’ operation.
Andrew will be joined onstage by George “Johnny” Johnson who will provide a first hand account of the attack as he experienced it on the night of May 16/17th 1943.
The talk will last approximately 1 hour 30 mins and will include a question and answer session.
(Note: all profits from the event will go towards the production of the film. George Johnny Johnson appears subject to health. In the unlikely event he is unable to attend, the event will go ahead with additional material. Tickets are non-refundable)
To book tickets or for further information: https://bathboxoffice.org.uk/whatson/dambusters-76th-anniversary-event/ or call 01225 463362
We warmly invite you to join us on Friday 10th May from 6:30 - 8:30pm as we celebrate this opportunity to use the Gateway Centre in new and different ways.
There will be finger food provided and a time for games during the evening.
Please bring your own drinks
There is limited capacity so please speak to Yein if you are interested in coming - email@example.com .
Henry Brown is giving an illustrated talk to the History of Bath Research Group about the marble wall monuments in the context of the church's history, and the move from burials in the church itself to the development of "garden" cemeteries on remote sites. He will be looking at the people commemorated, and their connection with Bath, and the stylistic changes to the monuments themselves. There will be a chance to examine our unique above-ground mausoleum. Church friends are very welcome, but the MBRG suggests a donation of £2 towards its non-members of the group. Doors open at 6.00pm and the talk begins at 6.30pm.