ABRAHAM – Finding Your Place in God’s Story What does it mean to have faith? To believe in God in an alien, uncertain world? To have a calling from God? As we look to the life of Abraham in a series of talks through autumn 2020, we will engage with these questions and more. There’s a daily … [Read more…]
Church at Home: for those who cannot attend our Sunday service in the church building, our online service starts at 10.15am every Sunday. You can find all the online services on our YouTube channel HERE. If you wish to join in the prayers, find the service sheet HERE ABRAHAM: Finding Your Place in God’s Story What does … [Read more…]
What started in 2016 as the Archbishops’ invitation to the C of E has grown into a great global wave of prayer, across all Christian denominations, during the days between Ascension and Pentecost. As we unite globally to overcome the threat of Covid-19, the call to pray globally – and locally – is all the more … [Read more…]
NEW HOPE FOR CHILDREN, APRIL 2020 Click HERE for news from Richard Sanderson in Colombia. This is an inspiring testimony to the courage and faithfulness of our mission partners in the world of Covid-19.
Online Meditations for Passiontide Each day from Monday 30 March until Holy Saturday, Rev Alyson Lamb will lead a short, online act of worship based on the Archbishops’ Lent Book, Walking the Way of the Cross, by Stephen Cottrell, Paula Gooder, and Philip North. Find this on our YouTube Channel, Mitford and Hebron.
Is there life after death? Why is there so much suffering? Is faith just wishful thinking? Alpha is a chance to make space in 2020 to explore life’s big questions. Free, fun, and no follow-up. Starts Wednesday 29 January 2020, 6.30-8.45pm at St Cuthbert’s Hebron (Mitford’s sister-parish, 2 miles up the road). To book your … [Read more…]
Finding God in the Psalms Sermon Series, Summer 2019 The Psalms are the divinely inspired ‘hymnbook’ used by Jesus himself. The Psalms are songs that tell us about God, about our human nature and about how life is to be lived. They give expression to an amazing array of human emotions. And more: not many … [Read more…]
In our morning services from January to March 2019, we looked at the wonderful Old Testament book of Nehemiah. As we study Nehemiah’s story, and learn from his example, we aim to become more usable for God’s glory. To get the most from the series, please read through the book. For a suggested reading plan, … [Read more…]