St Mary and St Margaret Church

Special Services

13 May 2021
Ascension day service 7pm in church
We are delighted to welcome The Rt Revd David Urquhart,
The Bishop of Birmingham to lead us in our Ascension Day service.
To attend please book using the link below:
Cafe worship
09 May 2021
Cafe worship
Our Cafe Worship team lead our interactive, all-age service at 9.30am online via Zoom.  
There will be an activity as part of the service - if you wish to take part you will need a piece of A4 paper and colouring pens or pencils.  
The joining link can be found on page 1 of our latest newsletter.
 We look forward to seeing everyone ⛪

download pdf Easter 6
09 May 2021
Martin's exit music and hymns Easter 6
Exit music May 9th - All you need is loveThis is one very special Beatles number from 1967 and the film "The Magical Mystery Tour". I had the joy of experiencing the Beatles songs come out during the 1960s - I listened to "Hey Jude" for the first time on a transistor in a field somewhere in Gloucestershire with some friends. Martin
09 May 2021
Roots Family and Other Resources
Here are the family and other resources for you to download and use
they are taken from  and other faith resources 
Roots resources are copyright © ROOTS for Churches Ltd.
Reproduced with permission.

childrens activity
As winter turns to Spring - a celebration of Nature
Alyson Rickus has provided us with this wonderful resource for families either in their garden or out walking download pdf Celebration of Nature
As winter turns to Spring - a prayer walk around church grounds
Another wonderful resource from Alyson to be done as you walk around our church grounds safely or you can say it virtually at home. download pdf Prayer walk around church grounds
Prayer walk
Cafe worship prayer walk
Please click on PDF file for prayer walk

download pdf Prayer walk
Daily Hope free tel no 0800 804 8044
This is a wonderful resource please pass this free telephone number on to those not connected via the Internet 
Daily Hope free telephone number 0800 804 8044
A Church of England resource with a selection of hymns, reflections and prayers for those not on the internet.  The service is supported by the Church of England nationally as well as through the Connections group based at Holy Trinity Claygate in Surrey and the Christian charity Faith in Later Life. Although thousands of churches across the country are now running services and prayer groups online while public worship remains suspended, many people – especially older people – do not have access to the internet. The line also recognises the impact of social distancing restrictions and self-isolation measures on those suffering from loneliness.
Church of England site
Please click link below for quick access to Church of England