We are nearly into the 100th day of lockdown. The videoed services, zoom meetings, newsletters and weekly reflections are all new ventures and our parish magazine has a new and important role providing local information about the Volunteer Network.
In 1651 William Key died and left the proceeds from agricultural land to support the poor of Barton and Dunstall. In addition he requested that a sermon be preached on Good Friday for which the suitably qualified orthodox minister should be paid Ten
Reverend Richard Tebbs who has been taking services at St James during our interregnum has recorded a short service that can be accessed from our Website or from our Facebook page. Church warden David Yardley introduces the service.