Stations of the Cross

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[Stations of the Cross]

1. Friday 15th February 2013, 7.30pm at St. James the Less, Priory Street.
2. Friday 22nd February 2013, 7.30pm at St. James the Great, East Hill.
3. Friday 1 March 2013, 7.30pm at St. James the Less, Priory Street.
4. Friday 8 March 2013, 7.30pm at St. James the Great, East Hill.
5. Friday 15 March 2013, 7.30pm at St. James the Less, Priory Street.

Come and join us!

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Lent Preachers 2013 and Study Group

Lent Preachers 2013

** Lent 2013 Theme: The Five Marks of Mission.
** Sunday Mass begins at 10am.
** Mass on Wednesdays begins at 7pm.
** Lent Study Group meets after Mass at 7.45pm

Lent 1 (17th Feb)
Mission Mark 1 – To proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom.

Canon Roger Matthews, Diocesan Director for Mission and Ministry.
Lent Study Group meets at the Rectory.

Lent 2 (24th Feb)
Mission Mark 2 – To teach baptise and nurture new believers.

Canon Richard More, Diocesan Director of Ordinands.
Lent Study Group meets at Benson House.

Lent 3 (3rd Mar)
Mission Mark 3 – To respond to human need by loving service.

The Reverend Peter Adams.
Lent Study Group meets at the Rectory.

Lent 4 (10th Mar)
Mission Mark 4 – To seek to transform unjust structures of society.

Parish Clergy.
Lent Study Group meets at Benson House.

Lent 5 (17th Mar)
Mission Mark 5 – To strive to safeguard the integrity of creation and to sustain the life of the earth.

Captain Nikki Foster-Kruczek, Church Army Officer.
Lent Study Group meets at the Rectory.

All are welcomed!!

New Archbishop of Canterbury

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“The archbishop spoke after being confirmed into the role in a legal ceremony at St Paul’s Cathedral.
He replaced Lord Williams, 62, who held the post for 10 years.
MPs vote on legalising gay weddings on Tuesday, but the Most Reverend Justin Welby says he has “no idea” how the vote will go.
Speaking about the vote, the 57-year-old archbishop said: “I stand, as I have always stood over the last few months, with the statement I made at the announcement of my appointment, which is that I support the Church of England’s position on this.

“We have made many statements about this and I stick with that.”

[more details on BBC NEWS; please click HERE]