This Week's Readings

Sunday 11th November 2018


1Kings 17:10-16

In the midst of famine a poor widow offers her last remaining food with the prophet Elijah.  In the process she is enriched, not impoverished.

Hebrews 9:24-28

Through his death, Christ has sacrificed his life and taken our sins on himself.  He has opened the door of salvation  to us.


In the eyes of others the offering of a poor widow was tiny, but it was all she had so in fact it was a gift of total generosity.





























Would you like to know more?

If you would like to gain a better understanding of scripture, to increase your confidence in your faith, or just to learn more about the Bible, then please take a moment to consider these opportunities.

Get The Gospel

These groups generally meet fortnightly during school term-time to think about the gospel reading for the following Sunday.  It's a good way to make sure that the Sunday morning worship comes alive, as well as thinking about how the teachings of Jesus relate to our life experiences.

To find out more please see Fr David or contact the Parish Office.

Living Word

These groups also meet fortnightly for more general Bible study lokking at a range of books contained in the Bible.  The Bible is a vast library of literature spanning thousands of years from the ancient history of the Middle East to the emergence of the early Church under the Roman Empire.  Through these books God speaks to us powerfully in our lives.

To find out more please see Fr David or contact the Parish Office.

Bible Reading Fellowship

Four different series of Bible reading notes are available – New Daylight, Guidelines, The Upper Room and Day by Day with God – and each series is published three times a year, with each issue containing four months of notes.. 

Copies of recent issues are held in the Parish Office. If you would like to view these or if you are interested in subscribing to a series then please contact the Parish Office.