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August News Sheet

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The august News Sheet is now available to read and download here. Printed copies will also be avaialble in Church.

Part 5 of our Sermon series Incomparable

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The latest in our sermon series has now been uploaded, God is Everywhere (omnipresent). You can also find the previous parts if you need to catch up or listen again under the ‘sermons’ tab on the website.

January News letter

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January News letter is now available to download and printed copies will be avaialble in church from Sunday.        

(Covid) Christmas at St Saviour’s.

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We’ve all heard on the news Prof Chris Whitty (the Chief Medical Officer) urging us to be careful and to think about the gatherings we attend this Christmas. We’ve also been hearing of mass cancellations of parties and events. For this reason can I assure you, The Carols by Candlelight, Midnight and Christmas Day Communion […]

December News Sheet

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Our December News Sheet with details of our Christmas services is now live. you can read or download a copy HERE

Greetings from Marromeu

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We’ve received the latest update from Alison and Leanna in Mozambique. You can check out their latest news below. Here’s an update about some of what’s been happening here over the last few months: Marromeu Update April 2021 Also, an article from the bbc from a few weeks ago about the situation in the north […]

February Newsletter

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Our February News Letter can be found here or under the downloads part of the website. Along with the latest news from our Mission Partners The Draysons and Alison and Leanna

Temporary stopping of ‘on-site’ worship at St Saviour’s

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Following the announcement on Monday night by Boris Johnson, once again we are being directed to stay at home, protect the NHS and save lives. Whilst the government have acknowledged just how essential public worship is by saying Churches can remain open (with tighter restrictions on what we can do) it is being left to […]