United Parish Service – 10:30am Sunday 25th September

This is the only service in the parish this Sunday.
Joint Harvest Festival at St Saviour’s Redbrook, 10:30 am.  All welcome!

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Service times for 18th & 25th September

Place This week

18th September

 Next Week

25th September

All Saints Newland No service No service
All Saints Staunton 9.30am No service
St J’s @ St MM Coleford 9.30am Non Eucharistic all age Worship No service
Good Shepherd B’well 11am No service
St Peter’s Clearwell 11am No service
St Saviour’s Redbrook No service 10.30am

United Parish Harvest Festival Service

Musical Evening on 10th September

Cancer Research Musical evening

At Church of The Good Shepherd, Broadwell.

On Saturday 10th September 2016

At 7pm – 9.30pm

All welcome

£4 per ticket (includes a Raffle ticket)

Service times for 11th September

Place 11th September
All Saints Newland 9.30am
All Saints Staunton No service
St J’s @ St MM Coleford 9.30am
Good Shepherd B’well 11am
St Peter’s Clearwell 11am with Baptism
St Saviour’s Redbrook No service

Open Garden and Craft Fair Saturday 27th August 2 – 5pm

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United Parish Eucharist

Today the United Parish Eucharist will be at St Margaret Mary Church, High Nash, Coleford @ 9.30am.

Please note that this is the only service in the parish this morning,

There will be a Songs of Praise this evening at 6pm at All Saint’s Church, Staunton.

 

Service Times for this week

Place                                                             24th July
All Saints Newland  9.30am
All Saints Staunton No Service
St J’s @ St MM Coleford 9.30am
Good Shepherd B’well 11am
St Peter’s Clearwell 11am
St Saviour’s Redbrook No Service

 

 

Beetle Drive Friday June 17th

BEETLE DRIVE June 17th St. Mary Margaret Hall, Coleford, Cost £5 adults and older children, £2 Primary aged children, under 5’s free. Light supper included.

Come along and bring your friends

Foresters’ Forest Festival of Brass and Voices

This was a wonderful event – Saturday evening, with a comfortably full church at All Saints, Newland.  Royal Forest of Dean Male Voice Choir and Forest of Dean Brass performed both separately and together, the last combined piece being ‘Union’ commemorating the Union Pit disaster of 1902, composed by band director Chris Howley.

There were other pieces too, including the opening title of Star Wars, inspired by the filming at Puzzle Wood – with Darth Vader to announce it in the pulpit!

The prayer that opened the concert:
Creator God,
you are God of the past, the present and the future
and hold both the dead and the living in your hands.
Be present with us now as we celebrate our mining heritage,
be present as we commemorate those who lost their lives,
be present as we celebrate our musical heritage through brass and voice,
and by your light lead us into a future of renewed connection to our landscape
and creative expression of our unique character.
Your kingdom come, and your will be done,
here in the beautiful Forest of Dean,
through Jesus Christ, our Lord. Amen.