Parish Noticeboard

The June edition of the Parish Magazine contains
two articles from the Ministry Team.
These can now be seen in the "Monthly Message"
page of this website.

After the successful services held in church at Pentecost, we shall continue to hold 2 services each Sunday in church to which we extend a warm welcome to you all. The morning service is at 10.30 and the evening service currently still at 5pm.

As from now, we intend to just publish special monthly video services which are more suited to the online environment).
Keep in contact to find out more details of when these will appear either on our church website, Parish facebook page or ring one of the Ministry team.

Spital opening details will follow when they are possible.

Our own cathedral in Lichfield is now live-streaming services three times per day.

Scroll down to the "LINKS" section
at the bottom of this page.


Hi everyone,
I'm writing to let you know that we now have a Padlet!
It's a little online survey for you to let us know how you have felt during lockdown. There are a series of columns for you to fill in with a question at the top of each one.

This link will take you there:-

Please do go to the link and think about what we are asking for and please do take part.

Please note that those who are not online will be contacted by telephone. We'd like as many people as possible to take part of course.

Take care.



Daily Hope offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services from the Church of England at the end of a telephone line.

A Church of England initiative - the line, which is available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044, has been set up particularly with those unable to join online church services during the period of restrictions in mind.

“With many in our country on lockdown, it’s important that we support those who are feeling lonely and isolated, whatever age they are."
Archbishop Justin Welby

Following the overwhelming response to the National Call to Prayer and Action on Mothering Sunday (22 March), Churches Together in England is encouraging Christians across the nation to continue to unite in prayer, praying #PrayersOfHope in their homes at 7.00pm on Easter (and each following) Sunday evening.

A candle poster is now available for those who would like to place a permanent symbol in their front windows of Christ’s light shining in the darkness. For more information, and to download a poster, visit THIS LINK.

Although our regular congregation are more than generous, in these difficult times we need to maintain our regular giving so that our Parish can still continue to exist for when we come back together.
There are several ways for you to continue to make your giving during these difficult times:
1). Put your cash in a sealed envelope or weekly envelope through our treasurer Phil Strachan's door. Alternatively, post through the Vicarage door, or Janet’s door.
These will then be delivered to Phil for banking.
2). Consider changing to standing order for the next 6 months. Forms can be obtained by email or post from either Phil or Janet.
3). Donate by clicking on the "Just Giving" button below:

How can I donate anonymously or hide the donation amount?
Just leave the box blank that says 'Your name (optional)'. This is in the second step of the donation process.
To hide your donation amount from the page, make sure to tick the box next to 'Hide my amount from public view'.

Please hold this problem in your prayers for a solution to be found and that we can come back together as soon as possible. Thank you.