Advent 2022- Carols and Christ
A series of reflections concerning Christmas Carols for the weeks of Advent lead by the Revd Vivienne.
contact her for details
cvstarkie <[email protected]>,
Quiet Day 2022
Following in the footsteps of St Peter
29th Oct 2022 9.30-3.00
Gayton Village Hall
Bacon baps to start and tea coffee throughout day
bring your own lunch
Fellowship Group 2022-23
Commencing 27th September 2022
7.00 p.m. at Weston Church hall
Cake, Conversation, Bible study, meditation and prayers
lead by Louise.
Lent Study 2022- concluded
Read the book and join us for prayer and discussion on line ( Zoom link in the zoom section of this website) .
The Lent Study book is The Wind, The Fountain and the Fire by Mark Barrett OSB
Prepare heart, body and mind for the Great Feast of Easter
No charge for the sessions but you are strongly urged to make a donation to The Council for Christians and Jews which Bishop Michael chairs and Prince Charles has said has never been more vital. https://ccj.org.uk
The Bishop of Shrewsbury in our Anglican Diocese is a Trustee and Fr Jason a longtime member also.
Journey to the Manger- concluded
2021 Advent Course
Led by The Revd Vivienne Starkie at 3, Old School Close Weston ST18 0HF
Come to some or all sessions at 7.30-9.30pm on: Wednesdays 18 December
Take a break from Christmas shopping to join us and explore the real meaning of Christmas, as we read together “Journey to The Manger: Exploring the Birth of Christ” by Paula Gooder (Canterbury Press: 2015) purchase of book required.
The Best is Between the Lines- Concluded
One Year-Six books- ideal for those exploring faith as well as the more experienced
On zoom or in person as cohort desires and regulation permits
Cake and Chat on the things of life and Christian faith arising from the books approximately every 7-8 weeks
Commencing July 2021 but you can join anytime in the year
Contact Fr Jason by if you wish to be part of this group for 2021/22 ( late joiners possible!)
Lifting the lid
Six Bible Studies for exploring God’s Heart for Mental Health
You are invited to a six-week Bible study course that focuses on our faith and mental health. Every week we’ll be learning about specific mental health diagnoses – causes, treatments, and how churches can help. It’s important that church is a place where we
can talk openly about mental health – this course will help us all to do this.
The 6 sessions will be on Zoom each Thursday at 7.00pm commencing on
This has now concluded but do contact The Revd Vivienne for reflection materials or if you'd be interested in this running again.
People can attend some or all of the sessions.
Please contact The Revd Vivienne Starkie on [email protected] if you would like to attend.