Come to St Mary’s tomorrow on the 20th for a social Christmas get-together. It starts at 10 am and finishes at 12 pm. See you there!
When someone we love dies we never “get over it”. Instead we learn – ever so slowly – to live with the gap that’s left, and we gradually start to rebuild. After our first daughter died following a car crash, 32 years ago, when she was less than one year old, we would goContinue reading “For all those who have lost someone special – a message from the Archbishop of Canterbury this Christmas from his service in aid of Child Bereavement UK”
As a benefice we have been blessed this Christmas with family and friends to sing carols with, we have attended Christmas events put on at all three churches, and of course, come Christmas Day we will be safe with our loved ones celebrating the birth of Christ – a lot of us will spend ChristmasContinue reading “Coffee Morning for UNICEF”
Tonight was the final of our three carol services for the benefice. St Mary’s hosted the carol service which had another fantastic talk from Vicar Ben and some great carols. A special well done goes to young Jacob who wowed the audience with his opening of Once in Royal David’s City. Tonight also saw theContinue reading “The Last Carol Service of our Benefice for 2016 and the Debut of a New Choir”
After a great service today it was party time! There was stew, soup, jacket potatoes, sausage rolls and cakes to be shared. There were many games played with lots of Christmas music too. Don’t forget tonight at 18.30 tonight there is the Christmas Carol service with a great talk, plenty of classic carols followed byContinue reading “🎼So here it is Merry Christmas, St Mary’s, Bransgore is having fun……🎼”
Hello! Let me introduce myself, I’m sausage stew. On the 18th December my friends and I, (such as jacket potatoes, homemade soup, sausage rolls, crisps, sandwiches and many more!) are going to be at St Mary’s. All you have to do to meet (and eat) us is come to St Mary’s service at 10.30 amContinue reading “Calling St Michael’s, Thorney Hill and St Mary’s – it’s time for the Benefice to Party!”