Worship

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Join us for a Choral Evensong

Evening Prayer or  Evensong is a service held in the afternoon or early evening.  It is either a completely spoken service or, when music is added, it becomes known as Choral Evensong. Choral Evensong begins with a sung introduction followed by a spoken penitential section and the Lord’s Prayer.  There is a Psalm for the … Continue reading

Creativity displayed in patronal flowers

Lay minister Alison Chambers brought wonderful creativity to the flower arrangements for this year’s patronal festival, which was held today when she added various beaded birds to her flower decorations. In so doing, she reflected St Francis’s love of nature and all living things. Thank you Alison for your inspirational creativity. More photos of this … Continue reading

Upcoming events to celebrate our 90 years at St Francis

Join us as we celebrate 90 Years of Fellowship at St Francis Parkview

Passion to Pentecost – 50 days of moral action

Passion to Pentecost 50 days of moral action Bishop Steve has sent out a call for a progamme called Passion to Pentecost – 50 Days of Moral Action. In response, at St Francis, we will do the following every Friday: A 7 am Eucharist special Eucharist for our county. A Prayer Vigil in the church … Continue reading

Pew leaflet for Sunday 28th February 2016

Click on the photo below to read this week’s pew leaflet.

Pew leaflet for Sunday 20 December 2015

To read this week’s pew leaflet, please click on the photo below.

Pew leaflet for Sunday 13 December 2013

Please click on the photo to see the pew leaflet for Sunday 13 December 2015.

Christmas in creation

Join our E-Hymnsing and get prepared for Sunday’s services

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E-Hymnsing – a virtual sing-along! for Sunday 5 July 2015

Hello everyone! Music plays an important part at St Francis – and nowhere more so than in our worship services. Our hymns and songs are chosen each week to reflect the readings from the lectionary, especially the Gospel reading. This means that the words are chosen to help you worship more meaningfully. However, I am … Continue reading

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