Prayers for Ukraine
A statement by Archbishops (Justin Welby & Stephen Cottrell) “The horrific and unprovoked attach on Ukraine is an act of great evil. Placing our trust in Jesus Christ, the author of peace, we pray for an urgent ceasefire and a withdrawal of Russian forces. We call for a public decision to choose the way of peace and an international conference to secure long term agreements for stability and lasting peace“. Dated 24th February 2022. You can pray the prayer for the Ukraine here.
The February 2022 Floods in Wye Reaches
Like many place St Dubricius graveyard saw some extensive flooding and St Peter’s Dixton flooded with between 35-38cm on Tuesday 22nd February. Pictures can be viewed of St Dubricius and St Peters . You can also listen to Church Warden Kate Poynton (St Peters Dixton Radio interview with BBC Radio Hereford and Worcester here).
On Sunday 9th January BBC Local Radio shared Morning Worship from St Dubricius church across England.
Bishops Richard’s vision for Hereford Diocese:
What this video to see the vision Bishop Richard has for Hereford Diocese.
Please do join us if you are able:
Whitchurch Community Coffee Mornings:
This takes place at 10:30 am on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month. It is for all those who have missed a coffee, tea and chat! Due to all that is going on at the moment they will be held in the church for the present time.
Whitchurch Knit and Natter:
If you fancy a knit and a natter (or even one or the other) we would love to see you at 2:00pm each Thursday in St Dubricius, Whitchurch.
Whitchurch Sticky little fingers:
Sticky Little Fingers is back! Our meeting for mothers and toddlers will be running from 9:30 to 11:00 am each Tuesday, beginning again in March 2022, morning during term time. For more information please call Sue on 01600 890981.
At 4:00 pm, on the second Thursday of the month at St James, Wyesham, and at 6:00pm on the second Friday of the month, at St Dubricius, Whitchurch, we meet for an informal time of meditation using a simple Taizé service. You are very welcome to join us.
On the first Saturday of every month (September 2021 to April 2022) Bishop Dominic (the retired Bishop of Monmouth), Rev John Dearnley (the retired Vicar of Tintern) and Rev Jim Cross will be hosting ‘Saturday talks’ from 10:30am at St Marys church. The talks last around 30 minutes and are followed by an opportunity for questions. The talks are based on the materials in John Barton’s excellent book ‘A history of the Bible’ which has come a best seller and also featured on Radio Four’s ‘A book at bedtime’.
Bishopswood – The Big Sunday Breakfast:
It is back! The Big Sunday Breakfast takes places in the Bishopswood Village Hall, 09:30 to 10:45 on the first Sunday of the month. Vegetarian options available. £6 per person and £3 for under 14’s.
Wyesham Coffee Mornings:
These takes place between 10 to 12pm on the last Saturday of the month in St James’ Church.