spaceWe hope that you can find the space here to draw closer to God:

The Church is open every weekday between 11.30am and 1.30pm for quiet, and for silent prayer. An opportunity to take time out from a busy day and the claustrophobia of modern life.

There are opportunities for space in silent prayer: we have a Julian prayer group who meet on Thursday evenings once a month for silent, contemplative prayer. A short reading, prayer or meditation open and close a half hour spent in silence with fellow Christians. Contact Sandy Cutts if you'd like to know more.

We also share Taizé prayers in our Church and in the local area, these are quiet, meditative services built around simple songs, readings and a period of silence.

If you'd like someone to listen, please let Fr Wayne know. He can be contacted after worship, or by ringing:

Fr Wayne: 925 4571

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