Tweedmouth Parish Church needs repairs done to the large and colourful east window. The rules regarding significant repairs to churches, especially historical ones means we have to have a public consultation before the work can go ahead. The official document is attached below with instructions what to do if you object to the work being carried out (deadline 20th July). We hope you won't object as the work is essential to ensure the continued integrity of the building and at a very practical level, to keep out the east winds and all the rain and snow they bring. If you have any questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW TEATIME CHURCH FOR FAMILIES
Started Sunday 11th October at 4pm.
This is a new regular on-line time for families - young people and adults together. These will be a mixture of Bible stories, activities, music and challenges aimed at young people and children. Make yourself a cuppa and join us.
We will be using zoom and ask the adults to stay in the room with their children, grandchildren or friends for safeguarding reasons. Please email email@example.com and introduce yourself and your young people to Rachel and her husband Chris who will be leading the services.
Please note the zoom link will be emailed to families and not shared publicly.
Every day in October we are reading a chapter of the book of Proverbs - click here to catch up with the videos of Rachel's reflections on each chapter.
Our New Vicar
Brilliant news - we have a new vicar, Rev Rachel Hudson, who joined us on 14th September 2020. Rachel was previously in Cramlington and has moved to the vicarage in Tweedmouth with her husband, Chris. They introduce themselves in this video, filmed before they moved: click here.
Our church buildings are open for prayer and services - more information here
Follow the links in blue for more information:
Recorded services - click here.
Resources for all - details here. Includes activities for families and Sunday worship.
Keeping in touch - click here
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