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Sung Eucharist with Holy Baptism from St Mary's for the Last Sunday after Trinity : 10:00am 24th October 2021

On Sunday 24th  October at 10.00am, the Ministry Team  celebrated  a Sung  Eucharist with Holy Baptism for the Last Sunday after Trinity. 

The service was  live-streamed from our Facebook page.  The baptism itself was  not filmed. 

You can watch the service below.  

The order of service is here. 

 

'Home' - Our Autumn Programme of Discipleship for 2021

Our Autumn Programme of Discipleship is now live! 

We hope that the theme of 'Home' will be one which will relate to us all in various ways and link to faith, that there will be something for everyone.

You can read what's happening here. Come and get involved! 

Welcome! 

 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, experience the opportunity to worship God, to be challenged and encouraged through his word and to make new friends. As lockdown continues to ease we are feeling our way forward. Folk are encouraged to wear a mask and we now have congregational and choral singing. Some of St Mary’s services are 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. With a range of ‘services’ there is something on offer for most people – please have a look.

 As autumn begins to take hold so the seasons in the Church calendar come thick and fast. No sooner have we celebrated the Harvest we then anticipate a season of remembering. The first of November is All Saints Day when we remember and give thanks for those who have gone before us in the faith. These ‘hallowed’ people have given their name to the day before – All Hallows Eve or Halloween. In today’s world, it is hard not to lose focus on what the day is really all about. The second of November is All Souls Day when we focus on remembering friends and family members who have died. In the wake of Covid-19, this year’s service will have added poignancy as we gather to worship at 5pm on 31 October at St Anne’s. Our Remembrance Day services will be held on 14 November this year with a special service of readings interspersing a choral performance of Faure’s Requiem in the evening. The four weeks before Advent are known as the Kingdom Season when we focus on the Kingship of Jesus Christ culminating in the festival of Christ the King. That brings us full circle to the start of a new Church year on Advent Sunday 28 November. Happy New Year!

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

 

 
 

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New Pattern of Worship

With effect from Sunday 5th September, a new pattern of Sunday worship took effect at St Mary's and St Anne's Churches. Please click here to read about it. 

Details of specific services can be found in our calendar as usual. 

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