Reflection for Bible Sunday Zoom Service
Here you can watch Heidi Lawrence's reflection on Mary Jones, the Welsh Methodist who, in 1800, walked 26 miles barefoot to Bala so that she could buy her own copy of the Bible.
She is said to have inspired Rev Thomas Charles to found the Bible Society.
Heidi also explains her own connection to the story, and her recent re-tracing of Mary Jones' steps.
SERVICES IN THE SIX VILLAGES
The pattern of services in church will be different:
Only one of the Six Churches will hold a service on a particular Sunday.
Please click here for full details.
Our popular Zoom services will continue (see below) at 10:30 am on Sundays for all those who cannot
attend the physical services, or prefer not to do so.
During November the Services in the Hallingburys will be:
St Mary's - Holy Communion - 1st November 2020 10.00 am
St Giles - Remembrance Service - 8th November 2020 10.50 am
LH War Memorial - Act of Remembrance - 11th November 2020 11.00 am
St Giles - Holy Communion - 22nd November 2020 10.00 am
Those wishing to attend should register their interest to ensure that numbers do not exceed what is permitted.
Please contact one of the Churchwardens, or use the contact form, to let us know.
Anyone who finds themselves in need of support, or who wants help to find ways to make their private prayer effective at home, should contact Rev David, Rev Dawn or Caroline
THE BIG QUIZ NIGHT
Raising funds for Christian Charity Tearfund - relieving poverty in the world's poorest countries
SAVE THE DATE:
14th November 2020
This is an annual event. Last year over 26,000 people joined in with more than 500 quizzes across the UK
More details of how to join and donate will follow
Six Villages' Zoom Service
10.30 am Sunday 1st November 2020
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We are a united benefice of two Anglican churches in rural villages on the Herts/Essex borders, just south of the market town of Bishop's Stortford.
We are part of the Church of England Diocese of Chelmsford.
We are very proud of our two beautiful and historic church buildings, and we look forward to welcoming you to share in one of our regular services.
We hope that you will find the information on this website useful.
Here you will find details about our services and the diary of future events, inside and outside the church.
There are pages which provide details of the fascinating history of each church building, and links to other related organisations and sites.