Church Services September 2019

Sunday 1st September
Trinity 11

11am Baptism

Tues 3rd
9.15 am Holy Communion

Sat 7th September
4pm Messy Church

Sunday 8th September
Trinity 12

11am Parish Communion

Sunday 15th September
Trinity 13

11am Parish Communion

Tues 17th
9.15 am Holy Communion

Sunday 22nd September
Trinity 14

11am Pet Service

Thurs 26th September
2.15 & 2.45pm Anglican Aden House & Lodge

Sunday 29th September
Trinity 15

10.30 Clayton West Methodist Church
Churches Together Renewal of Covenant


Dates for your diary

8th, 15th & 22nd Sept
7pm Bible Study

2nd September
7.30 PCC

7th September
4pm Messy Church

14th /15th September
Scarecrow week-end

28th September
10.30am Coffee Morning


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



Letter from Sarah

SarahFarrimondthumbAfter a rest- or at least a change - over August, with September comes the start of the new school year and the return of our regular activities at St Augustine’s: mid-week services resume, we have a Messy Church and our regular social activities as well. September alone will see a coffee morning & the Scarecrow and Flowerpot Festival. In these ways, at least summer is continuing a little longer.

We haven’t had the best summer in regard to weather and of course other places : round the country and the world have had a truly terrible time. Climate change and the environment in other respects have been much in the news and are increasingly something that churches are thinking about as well. Indeed some churches observe the season of ‘Creationtide’ in September and October – as a kind of run up to the harvest festival, that service of thanksgiving to God expressed in worship and generosity to others. But creation isn’t just something that we are grateful for. It’s also something that we can see God in. This isn’t a new thing in the Christian faith. Jesus’ teaching often uses the natural world to talk about God and as a source of wisdom for living. At this time of change in the natural world it is worth paying attention to it, getting out into it as best we can and seeing what it might be saying to us about our walk with God.

This comes with my prayers and best wishes for September


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