Do you know anyone who will be lonely this Christmas spending Christmas Day on their own? Then let them know there’s no need, as they can come along to the Parish Hall for lunch and company.
This Sunday is our Patronal Festival where we celebrate St. Mary. There are a variety of services, so hopefully something for everyone! 8am – Holy Communion 10am – Parish Eucharist with Sunday School 11.30am – ‘Later Morning Service’ 6.00pm – Quiet reflective evening service with teaching based on Proverbs.
There has been a change to the advertised concert this week. Unfortunately Judith Wolpe (violin) can’t be with us, so instead we welcome The Monington Duo (piano & clarinet) playing music by Malcolm Arnold, Carl Maria von Weber & Leonard Bernstein.
Our evening services start again on Sunday 9th September at 6pm. Each week there will be a half-hour worship service of various formats followed by teaching on themes from the book of Proverbs.
Yes that’s right we are collecting boys underpants (any age group) for an orphanage in Swaziland. A group of friends from Crookhorn will be going out there in mid-September. If you can help please bring donations to the Church Office or give them to Felicity Mellows in church on Sunday’s.
There will be a change to tomorrows concert at 1pm. We regret to inform you that The Anemos Trio are unable to play tomorrow but they will be returning on Thursday 20th September. Instead we have a wind quartet playing a mixture of music including folk tunes and sea shanties!
Our popular Lunchtime Summer Concerts are now well underway on Thursdays at 1pm. They are free entry and with the opportunity to see some international artists, what’s stopping you? We also have an extra date of Thursday 20th September when we welcome The Anemos Trio who sadly had to cancel their date.
A big thank you to everyone who has donated so far! We now have over £2000 towards the project. But can you help? Would you like to simply donate or organise an event to raise funds, if the answer is Yes then please contact the church office or Rev Ian. This is a ‘Portchester Remembers’ […]
Are you or someone you know struggling with mental health issues? Perhaps this new group may be what you’re looking for. It’s run by the Richmond Fellowship who are a mental health charity. It’s not a religious group but as a church we are supporting the work they do by being the main contact point […]
We’re doing both this Sunday 10th June! We are starting a new contemporary service at 11.30am and there will also be a Healing Service in the evening, if you are perhaps looking for something more contemplative. Everyone is welcome, so why not come along and join us?