• Discover History Talk August 2019

    Discover History Talk August 2019

    19 Aug 2019 • St John's Parish News

    This month we were entertained by Paul with the visit of Elizabeth the First to Worcester in 1575.

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  • John Brierley Organ Recital

    John Brierley Organ Recital

    14 Aug 2019 • St John's Parish News

    As part of the Worcester Festival our Organist, John Brierley, gave a concert in the Huntingdon Hall.

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  • Cubs Naturalist Badge

    Cubs Naturalist Badge

    8 Aug 2019 • St John's Parish News

    The cubs from Red Pack completed their Naturalist badge in July and they really enjoyed visiting the church grounds to do the research for the badge.

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  • Visit of Juan Carlos and Penny Marces

    Visit of Juan Carlos and Penny Marces

    6 Aug 2019 • St John's Parish News

    ​St. John's - in -Bedwardine Parish Church has had a mission partnership link with Revd Juan Carlos and Penny Marcés for over twenty years. It was good to welcome them to St. John's over the weekend of 19-21 July.

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  • Farewell to Olivia

    Farewell to Olivia

    23 Jul 2019 • St John's Parish News

    It was both a joyful and a sad occasion as members of St Johns choir gathered on June 23rd to say good-bye to Olivia Kellie.

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  • St John's Choir Update

    St John's Choir Update

    23 Jul 2019 • St John's Parish News

    Are you interested in singing? We have a vibrant choir who support our services and they are always interested in new members joining them, whatever their standard.

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  • History Man Worcester Tour

    History Man Worcester Tour

    18 Jul 2019 • St John's Parish News

    The meeting in July was a little different as we met Paul outside the Guildhall in Worcester and he took us around the centre of Worcester to see some of the 400 Ale Houses, Inns and Coaching Houses that used to be in Worcester.

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  • July and August News from the Clergy

    July and August News from the Clergy

    24 Jun 2019 • From the Clergy

    I am not what anyone would call a tranquil person. Sitting still is anathema to me, while my mind needs to be active constantly; my idea of light holiday reading is an 800-page history of the place I am visiting. Just occasionally, however, I can find myself at peace and – ironically for someone who thinks civilisation stops where the streetlights run out – it is most often when confronted with rural sunsets.

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  • Discover History June 2019

    Discover History June 2019

    15 Jun 2019 • St John's Parish News

    The June talk from Paul at Discover History was all about the 1920s, a decade of contrasts with people coming out the austerity of the war and starting to enjoy themselves but the General Strike occurred and by the end of the decade people were already starting to think about war again.

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  • June News from the Clergy

    June News from the Clergy

    29 May 2019 • From the Clergy

    “I hope you’ll feel better soon;” “I hope you have a good holiday;” “I hope I get a question on … in the exam;” “I hope to be able to come to the party.”
    Hope is a small word which we all use, probably on a daily basis, but what exactly do we mean by it?
    The Concise Oxford Dictionary defines hope as: “expectation and desire combined.” In reality, it’s one of those words which will mean different things to different people depending on their circumstances.

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