Worship in the Wilderness: Journeying with Jesus
In this Year of Worship and season of Lent, beginning on Ash Wednesday 14 February, we are once again invited on a journey. We are picking up our worship theme and linking it with the wilderness, the place and a journey Jesus faced for 40 days and 40 nights, but also a place and a journey we will encounter in our lives. What might we learn in the wilderness?
Click here for Revd David's Session 1 of the Lent Course.
Click here for Revd David's sermon on our Spirit Led Journey.
The Lent Course will take place at St Luke’s on TUESDAY evenings, 7.15pm coffee/tea for 7.30pm, finishing at 9pm. A different person will be leading the session each week and there will be opportunities to learn and share with one another.
1. Session 1: Spirit led - Tues 20 February
2. Session 2: Sorrowful (Lament) - Tues 27 February
3. Session 3: Simplicity - Tues 5 March
4. Session 4: Truth Speaking - Tues 12 March
5. Session 5: Sacrificial - Tues 19 March
The Parish Life Groups are invited to engage with this material which will also be available on the Parish Website and Facebook Group.
May we have a renewing and worship-full Lent. As we journey Lent may we learn and relearn to live life together in the flow of God’s amazing love.
God bless – Vicar David
We are an eclectic Church of England parish in the most south westerly corner of the Diocese of Gloucester, on the Welsh border with Chepstow, between the rivers Severn and Wye. There are three church buildings at Tutshill, Tidenham and Tidenham Chase, offering Sunday worship services ranging from traditional Eucharistic worship, Common Worship and the Book of Common Prayer to more informal modern worship. We are also active during the week and we are proud to say our churches support Fairtrade! Please come and join us, if you live in Tutshill, Beachley, Sedbury, Tidenham, Tidenham Chase, Bowspring, Stroat, Woodcroft or Llancaut - we offer fellowship, support and fun!
Please take a look at our News section to find out up to date information - the briefing, sermons and upcoming events.
Click here for the Tidenham Parish online Worship You-tube link
Click here to download the appeal leaflet for the Wellbeing Project
Our Parish motto ‘where the river flows everything will live’ (Ezekiel 47:9) reflects our vision within the local and global environment. Our Parish vision of ‘Living Life Together in the Flow of God’s Love’ complements the Gloucester Diocesan LIFE vision and we have a strong emphasis on 'doing relationship well' through transforming worship, authentic discipleship, building up capacity, loving community and engaging mission. This is embedded into our lay ministry, pastoral care and engagement within the community.
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