To promote and encourage the Spiritual, Physical and Social Welfare of the village and community. To witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Friday 1 January 2021
The Chapel has decided not to hold Sunday services for the time being and sadly will be closed until further notice. Hopefully this will be short lived - in the meantime, recorded services can be accessed on the St. Martin's Church website, the link can be followed from the bottom of this column.
Wednesday 3 March 2021
Want to do something extra during Lent?
We’ve come across a Lent Study course we think others might like to share during Lent. It’s based on a Gospel rewritten in verse and can be accessed via Churches Together Britain & Ireland website.
We will be joining with Kingswood Churches for the annual day of prayer service.
Friday 5 March 2021, 7 p.m.
This year's service has been written by the ladies of Vanuatu, so we can expect a South Sea Islands feel. For details of how to join the Zoom meeting please contact email@example.com
The Diocese of Gloucester has partnered with the aid and developement charity, Christian Aid, to enable people to give thanks for their Covid-19 vaccine and help others in crisis across the world.
For more information, follow the link:
There are a number of us in the Chapel who circulate our requests for prayer support from time to time and it is always good to know that others are joining their prayers with ours.
If you would like to post a prayer request in the Chapel Foyer, there are pens and paper and a board for you to fix it to, or,if you would prefer to keep it private, a locked box for you to slip it into which will be opened once a week.
It is good to know we are not alone when the going is tough, and it is always wonderful to be able to share the things that have made us glad. Being able to pray specifically for someone brings privilege and blessing for both parties and it pleases God when we bring our cares and concern before him in this way,
These are Bible stories retold for little ones with a familiar song adapted to suit the story, and a short prayer. These can be found on the St. Martin's website.