To promote and encourage the Spiritual, Physical and Social Welfare of the village and community. To witness to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
In the Chapel led by Paul Woolner.
Sunday 7 November 2021, 10 a.m.
From September -Worship at the Chapel will be held at 10a.m. on the first and third Sundays of the month. Cafe Church on the third Sunday.
Chapel services will usually last around 40 minutes and absolutely everyone is welcome.
Every Sunday – a recorded service is available on St Martin's website. It alternates between a service of the word with music, and a service of ‘ramblings’ with prayers and sometimes, music. Follow the link to St Martin's website below.
Lord, you offer freedom to all people.We pray
for all in prison. Break the bonds of fear and
isolation that exist. Support with your love
prisoners and their families and friends, prison staff and all who care.Heal those who have been
wounded by the actions of others,especially the
victims of crime. Help us to forgive one another,
to act justly, love mercy and walk humbly
together with Christ in his strength and in his
Spirit, now and every day. Amen
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 For Children page of St. Martin's website.
If you haven't yet seen the North Nibley Churches Together Harvest mice video written by Rosie Casken, follow the link to St. Martin's Church website below and then follow on to the blog!
Details of joint events can be found on the St. Martin's Church website.