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There will be a meeting on Tuesday 16th September at 6.30pm in Lydbrook Church to begin our preparations for the festival. All are welcome.
Lite Bites is back! Hooray!
Join us from 12.00 noon at Lydbrook Social Club for our very popular and delicious homemade soups, rolls and scrumptious puddings and lots of friendly company!
We will meet on the last Thursday of the month (except in December) right through until June 2015!
We look forward to seeing you.
Enormous thanks to everyone for our record-breaking flower festival which has raised a magnificent £2093!
A wonderful Palm Sunday service with our donkey ‘Doris’ and a lovely congregation of 50 people! We walked up Church Hill to the church together and we were privileged to have Bishop Christopher Hill to preach to us.
This week is Holy Week, the most important week in the Christian year.
On Maundy Thursday at 7.00 pm there is a Holy Communion service commemorating the Last Supper.
On Good Friday at 2.00 pm there is the Final Hour at the Cross and on Holy Saturday there is the Easter Vigil and Service of Light at 7.00 pm.
ALSO on Good Friday we have our annual Walk with the Cross, leaving Lydbrook Church at 9.30 am and walking up to Ruardean Church for about 10.45 am before walking down through Ruardean Hill and Drybrook and finishing up at Forest Church Drybrook at approx. 1.00 pm.
On Easter Day, we have our traditional service with choir at 9.30 am and at 3.00 pm our informal Easter Church & Tea @ 3 for families and children with an Easter Egg Hunt in church!
Always wonderful to welcome everyone to our growing church – come and see!
Sunday 22nd December
3.00pm Carols by Candlelight
Christmas Eve (Tuesday)
3.00pm “Mini Christingle” Service (our 1st one!)
11.30pm Midnight Communion with Bishop Christopher Hill
Christmas Day (Wednesday)
9.30am Christmas Communion
A warm welcome awaits you!
In a distinct change of weather from last year’s unusually warm Easter Day, this year we celebrated the dawn Eucharist in the snow! Whilst admittedly a little cold, it was certainly a glorious morning to welcome the rising sun from the highest point in the forest on the day on which we celebrate our redemption through Christ’s resurrection from the dead.