Our service at St. Benedict’s are:- 8.00am Holy Communion 9.30am Holy Communion 10.45am An act of Remembrance at the War Memorial. Royal British Legion crosses are available in Church for those that wish to place them by the War Memorial.
There will be a service of thanksgiving and prayer for those who have died over the last year at St. Benedict’s on Saturday 6th November at 4.00pm. All are welcome to join us.
Readers are lay people in the Church of England. All sorts of people become Readers – of all ages, and from all backgrounds. They are called by God, theologically trained and licensed by the Church to preach, teach, lead worship and assist in pastoral, evangelistic and liturgical work. What do Readers do? Readers lead acts … [Read more…]
On Sunday 5th September we were very excited to welcome the children from Sunday club back into our church. They all had a great time making name rosettes, welcome signs, playing party games and receiving a wonderful helium balloon. It is great to have Sunday club back on every Sunday!
On Sunday 5th September in the Wombourne Institute(next to St Benedict Biscop Church).The fun starts at 10.15am.Remember bring along your Teddy to join the party!Helium balloons, party games, crafts and loads of fun! Please contact Sarahon 07702376169 tojoin our party!
Stonemasons have started work on restoring the stonework on the lower section of the tower. Villagers may remember the restoration of the upper sections of the tower about 30years ago. At some point in the past, much of the tower had been rendered to protect the medieval stonework from decay. Over the decades much of … [Read more…]
‘In 2019 the churches of St. Benedict’s and The Venerable Bede registered with Eco Church. It is an award scheme with bronze, silver and gold levels for churches in England and Wales to demonstrate that the Gospel is good news for God’s earth. Covid 19 put us back for more than a year but on … [Read more…]
‘Following advice from the Government and the Diocese and given the rise both in inflections and deaths we have decided on a cautious and gradual relaxation. Please see the guidelines attached here