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Alleluia! Christ is Risen!

by Robb Sutherland

It was wonderful to be able to meet together as a community and celebrate Easter around the fire! After a lent that feels like it has lasted for 57 weeks, we sang Jesus Christ `is Risen Today at the top of our voices! The last 12 months living with Covid 19 have felt like a […]

Holy Week 2021 | Services

by Robb Sutherland

Friends, This third lockdown has been a very difficult time for us all.  This week marks a full year of our worship together being online with occasional in person said services when it has been safe to do so.  I long for that point where we can meet together and sing the Lord’s song at […]

Day of Reflection | One Year Later

by Robb Sutherland

Today marks a year since the first lockdown on March 23rd 2020. As we reflect on the past year, we remembering all of those who have lost their lives, their family and friends. We also give thanks to the many heroes who have kept us going in the past year. Tonight we will be holding […]

In Person Services Suspended

by Robb Sutherland

After consultation between the leadership of the church, it has been decided that we should suspend in person worship on Sunday Morning during the third lockdown. This isn’t a decision that has been taken lightly but we believe it is in the best interests of the community for us to keep one another and the […]

Posada

by Robb Sutherland

This year’s posada has been harder to organise and we’ve not been able to share as many images as we’d like. Every day, Mary and Joseph have been going around our community and last night they stayed with Bethany. From Mary’s diary. Today we have enjoyed spending time with Bethany and her family. We started […]

Christmas Gifts for Local Families

by Robb Sutherland

2020 has been a difficult year financially for many in the community and at Holy Nativity we wanted to do something to make the Christmas Holidays a little easier and a little more joyful for everyone.  When Bailey Wilcock suggested to Revd Robb that we could give something to every kid on the estate it […]