We are hoping to worship outside a few times over the next few weeks. A lot will, of course, depend on the very unpredictable British weather. On Sunday, 25th July, the day we currently expect to be allowed to come… Read more
Jill plans to do the ”Samarathon” in July. The easiest way to support her is to look in your Inbox for the email from the Parish Office last Friday (18th June). You will find the link to donate there.
Coronavirus is getting even worse in India. But for Indian Christians, it’s only half the story. Open Doors is reporting appalling Christian persecution during the pandemic. It has been fuelled by Hindu extremist propaganda. Christians are attacked, discriminated against, and… Read more
Although the diocese of Luweero seems to have been spared the worst of the pandemic up to this point, hospitals are full to overflowing all over the country. At the G7, leaders of the major industrial nations pledged one billion… Read more
Our Grand Re-Opening is not going to happen on 27th June. I guess that came as no surprise. However, we are planning an Open Air Service in the carpark just as we did for Good Friday. Hopefully, it will be… Read more
There are two ways of getting your bulletin. Paul sends our online bulletin out every Friday at 10am via mail-chimp. Carol prints the paper bulletin and posts it out on Thursday. If you are one of the people receiving a… Read more
I am delighted to say that the PCC agreed to take £1,500 out of the Seventh Share in order to allow Bishop Eridard Nsubuga of the Diocese of Luweero and his wife Jane to complete a home for themselves in… Read more
Because Uganda is now in the grip of a second lockdown, PCC responded to James’ question about the Seventh Share by adding almost £2,000 to the Jar of Grace in order to bring our contribution up to £5,000 for this… Read more
Please don’t forget that offerings of food for The Filling Station should be delivered to church on Thursday, June 24th at 4:30pm.
New restrictions will be strictly enforced in Uganda to curb the spread of a second wave of Covid-19 following a sharp rise in cases, President Museveni confirmed in a televised address last Sunday. “All schools will be closed for 42… Read more
The children of St Francis sent us a gift of £702 for our school at Bwaziba a few weeks ago. And they have not finished yet! Year 6 are going to run a traditional summer fair. This year it must… Read more
Most churches in Britain are inspected ‘quinquennially’, that is to say every five years. The Church of England introduced quinquennial inspections as a statutory requirement in 1955 through The Inspection of Churches Measure. We often groan inwardly at the thought… Read more