One World Week: Saturday 20th October: 11am
Ecumenical Worship Service by the Churches of Blacon
Prayer for Peace (September 2018)
It was on 4th August 1918 that King George V called a national day of prayer for peace. One hundred days later, peace came with the Armistice at 11th hour on 11th day of 11th month 1918. We will be marking 100 years since then on Remembrance Sunday this year. We will hold a special Remembrance Service with the other churches from Blacon, at the war memorial, at Blacon cemetery at 10.45am on Sunday 11th November. But I hope our commemoration will not only be about that one day.
The Future in our Hands (August 2018)
We are used to hearing it said that together we are members of Christ’s body, the Church. But how many of us think that we really are important for the future of the Church? How many of us believe that what we do (or think, or say) has any bearing on what the Church will be like in years to come, or for future generations? Thinking of the future, what do you see the Church as being like? Or more specifically, what do you envisage Holy Trinity Blacon as being like?