A PRAYER ON THE DEATH OF HRH THE DUKE OF EDINBURGH God of our lives, we give thanks for the life of Prince Philip, for his love of our country, and for his devotion to duty. We entrust him now to your love and mercy, through our Redeemer Jesus Christ. […]
Here is the order of service and news sheet for the Second Sunday of Easter, Sunday 11th April We have two services in church open to the congregation – a Book of Common Prayer Communion Service starting at 8am and then a Parish Eucharist service starting at 10.30am. The[…]
Join us for conversation, fellowship and prayer every fourth Sunday at 6pm and every Thursday evening at 8pm. Currently this takes place on Zoom. Please contact Chris West on email@example.com for further details.
The PCC has now installed a digital pipe organ from Viscount Organs which is of a bespoke design, expertly customised for the acoustics and beauty of our building. It was needed as our Victorian pipe organ was failing to meet the needs of our busy parish church and had been[…]
Messy Science is back! Hello all. In this period of change and uncertainty Messy Church isn’t able to happen as planned. However, I am excited to let you know that Messy Science is back! Also here is the Messy Grace that we say at Messy Church. Messy Church[…]
Many people joined us on Sunday 9th December for our candlelit Dickensian Christmas Fayre. Over £1,450 was raised for the Karun School and Orphanage in Southern India. Thank you to everyone who supported the Fayre by helping set up, running stalls or clearing up afterwards. The Trustees of Karun are[…]
NEW YOUTH MINISTER APPOINTED! Chris West has been appointed as our new Parish Youth Minister and he will join the Ministry Team in September. Chris has been Director of Youth Work at St Laurence’s Church, Reading since 2007 and his work there has included overseeing the safe delivery of all[…]
In November 2016 the PCC informed the five users of the Jubilee Hall that in order to comply with their responsibilities as stewards of Anglican ministry within the parish of Charvil, Sonning and Sonning Eye, they felt they had no choice but to close the hall and seek another future[…]