Following the Archbishops’ directive we have made the difficult decision to cancel all upcoming services.
Here you will find links to virtual services and events you can attend from the comfort of your own home.
Creating for Community
Raising funds for this year’s Lent Appeal: ALMA
After a fantastic turnout at the voting polls, we are pleased to announced that the winner of this competition is… Sophie’s nephew, Theo Efremidis!
Congratulations, Theo, for your uplifting Isolation Song “God Almighty”, which is a worthy winner among some fantastic creative entries, which you can be reminded of at Creating for Community Competition entries
Well done to all participants and voters, because thanks both to your creative activities and then votes in support we have raised £343.60 for ALMA.
If you’d like to relive Theo’s the lovely song you can find it at
A great effort all round.
Musical Prayer for Holy Saturday
‘Art truly is a Holy Saturday Experience.’ – Botho Strauß
From lockdown in his home in Bremen, Parvis Hejazi shares with us his reflections on Beethoven Op. 110 as a ‘musical prayer’. To accompany his words you can enjoy his performance of the pieces by clicking on the links below.
Being a pianist and composer, Parvis Hejazi (20) is well known as an acclaimed and highly promising young musician living in London. Working in a wide range of artistic activities from solo recital and concerto programmes to chamber music performances and from composing to conducting, he holds the Gerd Bucerius Award of the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben for being “a highly promising young artist”. Parvis has already performed in Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Italy, the Czech Republic, the United Kingdom, the US, Russia and Israel, including major concert venues, such as the Laeiszhalle Hamburg, Die Glocke Bremen, Mozarteum Salzburg or the Federal Chancellery in Berlin. In 2016, Parvis played his debut recital at the Salzburg Festival.
Easter Sunday, 12th April, 10am
Easter Sunday 2020 will be an Easter Sunday like no other before it. We cannot sing the great Easter hymns inside our churches, but we can sing them in this way…
At 10am on Easter Sunday April 12th we call on all who want to celebrate the resurrection to go outside and sing Jesus Christ is Risen Today and Thine be the Glory at the top of their voices! You could sing them…
In your garden
In your street
Like an Italian from your balcony!
On your permitted daily walk in your local park
By the sea or by a lake
…all of course keeping safe spatial distance.
How to make this happen…
Please share Sing Resurrection with as many people as possible by social media, email, phone.
Let’s share it globally too and see if Sing Resurrection can happen at 10am in 24 time zones around the world!
Invite friends and neighbours in advance to listen out for Sing Resurrection or to join in themselves.
Visit https://ctbi.org.uk for more information and for the words of the hymns.
Take up the Cross Challenge
Crochet Crosses – Click here
Knitted Crosses – Click here
Stain Glass Crosses – Click here
Sand Art Crosses – Click her
Wood cross – Click here
Lego Crosses – Click here
As you place your creation up in windows pray together the following prayer:
We remember and thank you for your love,
For your care & protection of all your people
Let us display & share the love held within this Cross
May people recognise you God, as they see our Cross
Give us all hope and peace within the security and knowledge of you.
You can download our full Lent, Holy Week, and Easter 2020 booklet HERE