At St Margaret's
This page is dedicated to those people who want to
- explore the Christian faith
- find out what is happening at St. Margaret’s
- find out who is on the staff at St Margaret’s
Got questions about life?
The Church is Open
We are open again for public worship on Sundays 10.00am, a celebration of Holy Communion. Seating is limited due to Covid restrictions but the service is being live streamed, so you are very welcome to join us on Facebook or here on the website.
The church is open each day where you can sit quietly, reflect, pray and light a candle. There are pastoral workers and clergy available if you would like to talk to someone or be prayed with.
St. Margaret’s is a vibrant worshipping community with opportunities to discuss and be prayed with by our prayer team and pastoral workers after each service.
Monday – Friday at 12noon
Seeking God with Friends
People at St. Margaret’s are always happy to talk with individuals on their journey towards faith in Jesus Christ. All members of the clergy and a range of staff members and parishioners are happy to meet and pray with you, either in church when it is open or on the telephone. If this is something that you would value then please contact the parish office on 01895 258766 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Prayer is just speaking to God
And yet there is no ‘just’ about it: we pray not on our own, but in the name of Jesus Christ and in the power of the Holy Spirit. We also pray alongside Christians throughout the ages and around the world. Such prayer acknowledges the just and gentle rule of God over every situation, and is used by God to bring his love to the world. There is no ‘hidden secret’ when it comes to prayer. Anyone can pray, at any time and in any place. Why not begin now? You could use the words of the Lord’s Prayer as a starting point, from which you can launch into telling God your own hopes, anxieties, doubts and faith. God promises to listen.
There are a variety of small groups that meet on a regular basis. Some of these groups are now meeting on zoom but in pre-covid times they would meet in the church whilst others meet in people’s homes.