If you would like to send a message, thoughts or idea during this time to appear on our new community Notice Board on the website please send a text or what’s app to 089 2497078 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can send photos or video messages too it will be a lovely way to keep the parish connected .
Messages from Community Members – We hope you find some comfort in staying connected and reading messages from familiar names – please contribute as often as you wish . This is your sounding board in a time where all the rules of engagement have been turned upside down. Please don’t feel isolated we are a strong community but together we are stronger. Poetry Corner Here
A lovely musical tribute for Ivan Bourke from Adam Nazum
We can’t invite you to our garden this year, so we took this picture to show you all a little piece of our garden 🌼 David and Diane Miller
Hope you are all coping and keeping well during these strange times. Ron and I are doing ok, keeping in a routine but missing the interaction from church and the coffee mornings, but love the services and live videos by Alastair. It’s wonderful to have that bit of normality and connection. Thank you too, Lorraine & John Hales, for making it happen.
Keep safe & God bless Karen Lomax
Just to say thank you for your Church Services . Take care to all the Parishioners. Carol Hennessy
I am delighted with the reaction to our online services. I have decided to add a Bible Reflection each Wednesday Evening at 8pm on both Facebook and the Website and I hope to have your company as we go live or that you watch back at a time convenient to you. We have sent out a notice for April and they are also available online . I hope that you will find some comfort in the Prayerful Thoughts and comforting words Section. Please do avail of our community Notice Board and share your thoughts , ideas and reflections. Stay Safe and remember to light your candle each night at 7pm along with the youth in our parish that continue to Lighten our Darkness . God Bless
Rev. Alastair Graham
I would like to wish everyone a lovely Easter. I know with the current social restrictions due to the outbreak of the coronavirus the opportunities to relax and socially enjoy the weekend are greatly limited. However this offers each of us a chance to enjoy simple pursuits and to remember that at the heart of the celebration of the Easter Resurrection is new creation – God’s desire to put the world to right and therein lies our hope and confidence.
With God’s blessings for a Happy and Holy Easter
Rev. Alastair Graham
We hope everyone is keeping safe and well and not finding these strange times too difficult. We look forward to a time when we can all meet up again and enjoy the social interaction we took for granted. Please let us know if we can do anything to help you – John & Lorraine Hales