We would love you to join us for a Harvest lunch together after the service on the 3rd October in the Crypt. It will be a simple meal together as we celebrate God’s continuing provision as well as providing some updates on our mission partners.
On Friday 1st October we have invited 3 classes from St Andrew’s School to come and participate in a fun, creative and enriching day to discover more about God’s provision and what Christians believe about Harvest.
Then on Saturday 2nd, we would love our church families and friends to come and take part in the same experience between 10am and 12noon. If you are able to offer some time to help then do please let Fran know.
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.
You may have spotted our shiny new logo appearing in various places. Thank you so much to everyone for your feedback! Distilling a church vision into a simple logo is an impossible feat, but we could not have brought it this far without all your impressions and suggestions. Here is the new logo and a few of the standout points that kept cropping up from you all.
Men Behaving Dadly is our monthly toddler group for dads and their pre-school children. We meet on the 3rd Saturday of the month between 9.00am and 10.30am in the crypt at St Swithin’s.
Men Behaving Dadly is a growing community which builds friendship, support and encouragement between dads, all within the warmth and welcome of St Swithin’s.
Our logo is changing. We would love the whole church to be involved in the fine tuning. Please hit the link below, watch the little video and fill in a short questionnaire. It shouldn’t take more than a few minutes.
Come and join us this summer for time together over cake and refreshments in the church garden. Sunday's tea has now been cancelled but if you're able to join us on Saturday we'd love to see you
Here is a snapshot into the life of St Swithin's Walcot over the last 12 months.
It's been a difficult year for everyone navigating the pandemic, but God has been so good to us. There is so much more to celebrate than what we have footage or photos of.
Thank you to the whole church for how you serve God, one another and the world.