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Daily Bible Reading
- Acts 20:24“But I do not count my life of any value to myself, if only I may finish my course and the ministry that I received from the Lord Jesus, to testify to the good news of God’s grace.” […]
- Acts 20:24
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- Heaven in ordinary…something understood, by Archdeacon Robert Jones
- April and May’s Teme Valley Tote Winners
- A letter from the new Bishop of Dudley
- Teme Valley Tote starts again in May
- A video reflection from Bishop John
- A letter from the Bishop of Worcester for April
- World Day of Prayer 2020
- Pancakes at Great Witley Rectory
- Christmas Crafts 2019
- Christmas 2019 roundup at Lindridge
- Farewell to Pensax Thrift Shop
- Lindridge Baby and Toddler Group win The Derek Marks Junior Cup
- St Lawrence Clubs at Lindridge CE Primary School
- Lindridge Pentecost Flower Festival 2019
- Easter Craft Workshop
Yearly Archives: 2016
On Saturday 10th December many children, parents, carers and volunteer helpers gathered at St Lawrence Lindridge Primary School for this joyous occasion. A great social event with community coming together which set us up for the forthcoming festivities. As well … Continue reading
Preaching at Brickworks in the Stambermill area near Stourbridge on Sunday 9 October.
The Archbishop in conversation with Malala Yousafzai at Dudley College, Saturday 8 October 2016. Filmed and edited by students of Dudley College.
A short video showcasing the three day visit, filmed and edited by James Atkinson, Diocesan Digital Media Adviser.
Filmed at The University of Worcester Arena on Friday 7 October 2016 as part of the Archbishop’s visit to the diocese. You can find other memories from the Archbishop’s visit on the Diocesan website here.
My social media feed has been filled over the summer with pictures from Christian conferences and youth camps. People meeting together for worship, pilgrimage, inspirational teaching and community building. Simon Hill, our Youth Officer, spoke on the radio about Spree, … Continue reading
This weekly lunchtime club is held at St Lawrence Lindridge CE Primary School. During the second half the the summer term we explored a variety of topics. We learnt about the use of the precious mineral salt in Biblical times, … Continue reading
When the party got underway after Sallie’s ordination, Trevor Nott spoke eloquently about her dedication to ministry within the parishes. It was very humbling to us both to hear how much her past service as a Reader has been appreciated. … Continue reading
The Lindridge Baby and Toddler group restarts for the new term on Thursday 8th September at Lindridge Parish Hall from 9.30am to 11am. If you have children between 0 and 5 years, please do come and join us for fun … Continue reading
This weekly lunchtime club meets at St Lawrence Lindridge CE Primary School. We’ve had a busy summer term to date, with lots of games, songs, praise and activities for the children to enjoy. During Christian Aid week we talked about … Continue reading
Teme Valley North has elected to adopt the Non-governmental Organisation Khwendo Kor as its charity for the next three years and we asked Ian Sinclair, the Vice-Chair of UK Friends of Khwendo Kor to explain something about it. Click here … Continue reading
This community event was held at St Lawrence Lindridge Primary School. Many crafts were on offer for all to try, including Easter Resurrection Gardens, Palm Leaf weaving, Holy Week stained glass effect window decorations, egg painting and egg mosaics, Easter … Continue reading
The Women’s World Day of Prayer service on Friday 4th March was held for the first time at St Lawrence’s and was led by Marjorie Workman. Devised by the women of Cuba, the lovely service offered us the opportunity to … Continue reading
Many of you will have seen the following poem on display at Betty’s wake. Written by Betty’s granddaughter, Louise Andersson, it touched many people. One Lady One lady and her mother, Begin the day with a smile, A bond that … Continue reading
The Silver Line is the only free confidential helpline providing information, friendship and advice to older people. It is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year. The Silver Line is a national charity and delivers one to … Continue reading
On Sunday the 31st January, the church communities of Shrawley, Little Witley, Great Witley, Abberley, Stockton-on-Teme, Pensax, Lindridge and Knighton gathered together to re-commit our lives to the service of Christ. Rev’d Ted led us in worship at Abberley Village … Continue reading