Entries by Alison Carre

Parenting Teenagers Course

Starting Wed October 8th 7.45pm: A 6 week group for parents and carers of teenagers. Sharing ideas, supporting each other and having fun in a friendly group as we explore the skills which help us connect with our teenagers, improve communication, and encourage responsibility. Wednesday evenings in the Church Centre starting at 7.45pm; cost £8 […]

Courses: Pilgrim Course and Adult Confirmation

Pilgrim Course “The Lord’s Prayer” – if you are interested in attending this course please contact the church office. For more information please see www.pilgrimcourse.org. The Thursday morning course is starting 18th Sept (in the Leslie Room 9.30-10.30am 18,25 Sept; 2,9,16,23 Oct). The evening group will start on Tuesday 30th Sept in the vicarage 7.30pm. Adult […]

Natalie Loveless Leaving Present and Card

Rev Natalie Loveless Leaving Present and Card:  There is a card and collection for a leaving present for Natalie (which can be given in a sealed envelope to Morag Davies or via the church office) and a card is available to sign at the back of church.  Her Licensing service for her new post of […]

J.S.Bach’s Preludio from the E major Partita performed on the 1696 Stradivarius and played by Andrew Bernardi at the High Sheriff’s Service in St Mary’s Horsham on Sunday 6th July 2014

It is a great privilege to play J.S.Bach’s Preludio from the E major Partita and on the 1696 Stradivarius violin which brings together the County through the High Sheriff Jonathan Lucas.   Bach was a man of exceptional faith, who said that he could not write music without his belief which is supremely expressed through music.  Bach’s music expresses a […]

Evensong Remembering the Outbreak of the Great War

Sunday 3rd August at 6.30pm at St Mary’s Parish Church there will be a service of Evensong Remembering the Outbreak of the Great War.  100 years ago the Church reflecting the community thoughts actively encouraged people to serve, arguing that the war was a righteous one against evil.  Today a more reflective tone is taken […]