• Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement

    12 Mar 2020 • From the Clergy

    Please find below a new statement on Coronavirus, following the change of advice from the Archbishops’ Council yesterday.

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  • March 2020 Community Breakfast

    March 2020 Community Breakfast

    11 Mar 2020 • St John's Parish News

    Yet again another highly successful Community Breakfast was held in the Church on 7th March 2020. This time we fed over 150 people, with 145 having cooked breakfasts in the 2½ hours!

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  • Coach Trip to Cadbury World

    Coach Trip to Cadbury World

    3 Mar 2020 • St John's Parish News

    On a very wet and windy morning 21 intrepid souls met at the church to head off to Webb’s of Wychbold for morning coffee followed by the trip to Cadbury World for as tour of the factory, afternoon tea and then a trip round Bourneville village.

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  • March News From The Clergy

    March News From The Clergy

    28 Feb 2020 • From the Clergy

    At St David’s we are preparing to celebrate one hundred years of Christian worship in the building in Comer Gardens. Originally the Comer Gardens Mission, the building was dedicated to St David on March 1st 1966, this particular saint being chosen as there was no other church in Worcester dedicated to him.
    So what do we know about Saint David?

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  • February News From the Clergy

    February News From the Clergy

    31 Jan 2020 • From the Clergy

    As he lay dying at Newark in October 1216, his authority in tatters and his realm engulfed by civil war, King John made his will. In it, he stated his desire that his body be ‘buried in the church of the Blessed Virgin and St Wulfstan at Worcester’. His original intention had been burial at Beaulieu Abbey, a house he had founded and whose monks desperately sought his corpse, but by late 1216 Hampshire was deep in enemy territory. So John, along with the earliest surviving English royal will (still held by the Cathedral Library), made his last journey to Worcester, secure and dependable, to be laid to rest beside the last Anglo-Saxon bishop and his patron saint, in a tomb he still occupies.

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  • Epiphany 2020

    Epiphany 2020

    6 Jan 2020 • St John's Parish News

    Margaret Miller brought in some very tasty French Epiphany Cakes that were flaky pastry with a frangipane filling. In France they are made with feve (Broad Bean) in the cake and the finder is made King for the day. Margaret made ours with small figurines in which people were able to keep. The photos below were taken after the service whilst people were eating and celebrating.

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  • January News From The Archdeacon of Worcester

    January News From The Archdeacon of Worcester

    30 Dec 2019 • From the Clergy

    This month sees the week of prayer for Christian Unity, taking place from 18th to 25th January, an annual initiative in which churches throughout the world are asked to pray for one another as a way of growing closer.

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  • Tuesday Morning Eucharist

    23 Dec 2019 • St John's Parish News

    There will be no Morning Eucharist on Tuesday 24th and 31st December.

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  • Nativity Play 2019

    Nativity Play 2019

    19 Dec 2019 • St John's Parish News

    On Saturday 14th December the children put on a wonderful performance of the Nativity Story. Around twenty local children participated, having been working hard at rehearsals during November.

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  • Discover History December 2019

    Discover History December 2019

    10 Dec 2019 • St John's Parish News

    Over 80 people turned up to hear Paul Harding talk about Oliver Cromwell and whether he banned Christmas. He started by asking whether we had heard about the banning of Christmas and if we thought Oliver Cromwell was responsible.

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