It is good to welcome you to this website of the dynamic and vibrant community that worships in the two parish churches in Moseley - St Anne’s and St Mary’s. We are an open and inclusive, wide-ranging group of Christians who meet together to worship God and encourage one another. The Eucharist is central to our worship in Moseley and through it we receive empowerment to share God’s love to the people in the village and beyond.
Our congregations regularly contain five generations worshipping together and in both churches you will receive a warm welcome, the opportunity to worship God, to be challenged and encouraged through his word and to make new friends. In these times of pandemic restrictions we are operating blended worship - with congregations present in both our churches and with some of St Mary’s services being live-streamed across multiple platforms. Please see our weekly bulletin for details of how to access these if you are not yet able to join us in person.
As we journey out of the Easter season so we celebrate three Festivals in quick succession. Ascension Day comes 40 days after Easter and is a vital component of all that God achieved through the death and resurrection of His Son Jesus Christ. Without the Ascension, the promised Holy Spirit would not have come to the group of believers in Jerusalem. Jesus did not complete the plan of reconciling Creation to God – he left that for the Holy Spirit and the Church to do – this is the task we work at day-by-day and why we gather together to praise God. The third celebration is that of Trinity which ties the Father, Son and Holy Spirit together and provides the springboard for Sundays of Trinity which take us through the summer and into Harvest and all that lies beyond
Thank you for stopping by to read. I hope to welcome you in person very soon. Please contact our office if you have any questions.
With warm best wishes,
Revd Duncan Strathie
Vicar of Moseley
Our Weekly Bulletin
Read our Weekly Bulletinto see information about our services, this week's news and who we are praying for.