Alpha 2020

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…]

Christmas Tree Festival

Mitford Community Christmas Tree Festival runs from Saturday 30th November until Christmas, at Mitford Parish Church. Decorate a tree or hang a star in our first festival of Christmas Trees. For the Joy of the season, for the memory of a loved one, or just for fun! For more information contact Janice on janicerob1@gmail.com or … [Read more…]

Evening Services during winter

During the darker months, the two regular afternoon services will be held at the earlier time of 4.00pm. Evensong (2nd Sunday) will be held at Mitford, while Holy Communion (4th Sunday) will be held at St Cuthbert’s Hebron. These changes will take effect when the clocks go back on 27 October, and will be reviewed … [Read more…]

Songs for the Soul – Psalms

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…]

Thy Kingdom Come 2019

Thy Kingdom Come began in 2016 and is now a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray, particularly during the eleven days between Ascension and Pentecost, for more people to come to know Jesus. We participated in this exciting season by having three special services at Ascension, Pentecost and in-between. To … [Read more…]

Studying Nehemiah

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…]