- Holy Communion at St Ben’s on Sunday 1st October at 11am
You are invited to join us for this traditional Communion service following our familiar pattern using Common Worship.
- This week’s news sheet
Click/tap on the picture to download/view the news sheet for the week commencing Sunday 1st.
- Weekly Prayer List
Click the picture to see who especially needs your prayers this week.
- Sacred Cinema at St Ben’s on Friday 6th
Our season of Sacred Cinema continues this Friday (6th) with the 1993 Bertolucci film Little Buddha about Lama’s search for a Tibetan Master’s next Incarnation.
There’ll be refreshments available during a half-time break of this 2 hour film. To see the poster, including the programme to December, click/tap the picture or this link. You can watch the official trailer at this link. Entrance will be free of charge, with donations gratefully accepted.
- Come and Sing Taizé
We’re restarting Taizé singing, this time on alternate (almost) Thursdays in October and November, meeting in St Ben’s at 7pm for about an hour. Dates pencilled in are 5th and 19th October, and 2nd and 23rd November. More details to come.
- Contemplative Prayer Group
A group meets for contemplative prayer every Thursday at 3.30pm in the Lower Hall of Our Lady St Mary of Glastonbury (behind the Catholic Church on Magdalene Street).
There’s a short introduction from (for example) the Desert Fathers, Benedict, Ignatius of Loyola, the Carmelites – Teresa of Avila, John of the Cross, Brother Lawrence (The Practice of the Presence of God). This is followed by half an hour’s silence, after which there’s an opportunity for sharing.
For more information phone Helen Marquis on 01458 831267.
- Archbishops’ Prayer for Ukraine
Click the picture to read a prayer from our Archbishops Justin Welby and Stephen Cottrell.
Hiring our building and booking events
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Our Parish Safeguarding Policy can be viewed here.
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