Letter from a Church Warden

November  -  to Remember

By the time you read this, we will have turned our clocks back, and readying ourselves for the winter to come. Memories of warm summer days fading fast.

November is a time for remembering – the month starts with All Saints Day.  Then we remember family and friends who have died during the year at our Memorial Services and of course on Remembrance Sunday we remember those who have given their lives for us and our country.


Remembering through our memories can be such a beautiful gift to have. To be able to relive a moment in our lives.   



  • Some memories are unforgettable, remaining ever vivid and heart warming
  • You may never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory
  • Memory is the diary that we all carry about with us
  • Memories are special moments that tell our story

As Christians we partake of the HC in remembrance of the body and blood of Jesus that was broken and poured at the cross.  It reminds us of his suffering, but also his love for us. A powerful inspiring moment to experience, treasure and remember.

I hope you will find time to join us this November, to make memories and to remember with us.


With fond wishes


More news

Remembrance Service:         St John’s          Sunday, 10th Nov         9.30 am


Memorial Services:                       St John’s          Sunday, 10th Nov         6.00pm            

                                                            St Luke’s          Saturday 9th Nov                      6.00pm