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Our Eco Congregation

The community group within the church have been busy following our successful achievement of a Bronze award - we are already working towards the Silver award and as part of this we held our 'Big Green Coffee Morning' on Saturday 26th May. We were able to team this with hosting the Christian Aid 'Inherit the Earth' photo exhibition which was a thought provoking addition to the event and...
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Data Protection and Privacy Documentation

Data Protection PolicyThe congregation takes the security and privacy of personal information seriously . TheData Protection Act 2018 (the “2018 Act”) and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) regulate the way in which personal information about living individuals is collected, processed, stored or transferred.This policy explains the provisions that we will adhere...
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Creative Communicating through Church.

A very successful seminar was held on 21st April 2018.24 people attended and enjoyed a varied programme covering the range of communication techniques from digital and social media to the exquisite written and spoken word, wonderfully presented by RD Kernohan, over 80 years,  sharp, pertinent , thought provoking and challenging . We could have listened all morning.  Follow the links...
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a new way to do notices

•A survey held over several weeks in September at both services and this article presents the outcome and changes made.  Responses roughly parallel the age of our attending congregation.•We askedHow do you receive your Church notices?How would you like to receive notices? as a result we received  13 new email addressesWhat do you look for in the notices?Do you use the Church...
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The Pelican

The Pelican as a Christian SymbolThe pelican was believed to pierce its own breast with its beak and feed its young with its blood. Because of this it became a symbol of Christ sacrificing himself for man and was frequently represented in early Christian art.The belief probably came about because of the pelican’s red-tipped beak and very white feathers, and because long-beaked birds...
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