On Sunday 4th July from 12 noon till 4pm there will be a Plant Sale
at Coppice Gate Farm, Lye Head, Bewdley, DY12 2UY to help raise
funds for the Friends of Rock Church Fabric Fund. There will be tea,
coffee and cake served along with a raffle, tombola, cake stall and
various other stalls. Free entrance and no tickets required. If you
are able to donate a cake or raffle prizes then please contact the
vicar. Click here
for a poster in pdf format.
On Sunday 27th June we will be holding a ‘Celebration of Pets’ service outdoors at St Giles Church, Heightington.
Throughout the lockdown many people have been greatly comforted and cheered by their pets. Why not bring your pet along to this service where we will celebrate and give thanks for all they mean to us. We will be joined by Bishop Robert Paterson (and hopefully his dog Dhugal) and the service will be followed by tea and cake.
There is a drop in Coffee Morning at Bayton Church on Saturday 12th June from 10.00 - 12.00 in aid of the Fabric Fund. There will be refreshments and a cake and plant stall and a chance to take part in a wild flower survey of the churchyard. Come and enjoy the lovely views from the church tower over to Clee Hill.
Our churches will re-open for worship on Sun 21st March. The first services being at 9:30 in Bayton and 18:30 at Heightington.
We will also hold Easter Services in church during Holy week and Easter, these are listed on the Services & Events page and will be extended with a series of Morning Prayer services during Holy Week.
There is a Lent course titled 'At Home in Lent' which will run for 6 on-line sessions on Tuesdays at 2:00pm and Wednesdays at 7:30pm. The first session will be on Tuesday 23rd Feb. Please obtain details of the Zoom meetings from our vicar, Sallie.
Sunday services continue to be virtual at 10:00am, there is a new Order of Service which will be used through lent which can be found on the Resources page.
Following a review of the national and local Covid-19 infection rates the churchwardens and the vicar decided to hold virtual services through January rather than meeting up in our Church buildings. Now in February they feel that it is still not safe or sensible to meet up for worship in our church buildings. Many people do not feel safe yet, as long as the current lockdown continues, we feel that we should continue to hold our Sunday services online.
The socially distanced carol singing raised £210 for Maggs, details from Helena are here