Church Services February 2019

Sunday 3rd February
Presentation of Christ in the Temple (Candlemas)
11am Parish Communion
Tues 5th 9.15 Holy Communion

Sunday 10th February
Fourth before Lent
11am Parish Communion

Sunday 17th February
Third before Lent
11am Parish Communion
Tues19th 9.15 Holy Communion

Sunday 24th February
Second before Lent
11am Morning Worship

Dates for your diary

Mon 4th
7.30pm St Augustine’s PCC

Mon 11th
7.30pm Messy Church Planning
6.30pm – 8pm Kidz Klub for Years 6 – 8 at the Methodist Church

Tues 19
10.30am 3pm - Holiday Club Day at the Methodist Church

Sat 23rd
10.30 - noon Coffee Morning

Mon 25th
6.30pm – 8pm – Kidz Klub for Years 6 – 8 at the Methodist Church

Thurs 28th
1.45pm – Service at Aden Lodge

2.15pm – Service at Aden House


The Friends of St Augustine’s meet about six times a year to arranged fundraising events for St Augustine’s church. If you would like to be part of this group please contact

Revd Kate Currie curatekate@icloud.com 07949850460


February 2019 Letter from Sarah

SarahFarrimondthumbFebruary is not generally thought of as the most cheerful month of the year: with the festivities of Christmas in the past and spring and summer a long way off. It can be cold, grey and dark still: the weather mirroring the stormy events in the world.

It’s the same in the church year, when our celebrations of Jesus’ birth over Christmas and Epiphany finally end with the presentation of Christ (see Luke 2:22-38) often called ‘Candlemas’, when Jesus was taken to the Jerusalem Temple by Mary and Joseph for prayers of thanksgiving.

Up ahead is Easter and before that Lent and meanwhile nothing out of the ordinary is going on: indeed the Church calls this time between the major seasons ‘Ordinary Time’. Ordinary time in church tends to focus on the teaching of Jesus rather than the major events of his earthly life. And for us, ordinary time is properly a time to remember that God is present with us in the ordinary and mundane things of time. It’s a time to remember that God is as concerned with what happens to us and what we do Monday to Friday as what we do on a Sunday, with how we use our time and money and how we treat the people we come across. It’s a time also to remember that God isn’t just interested in the ordinary stuff of life: God is in it with us and alongside us, on special occasions or ordinary days, in calm or in storm.


Rev. Sarah

St. Augustine's  Church