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Annual Parochial Church Meeting 11th October 12.00noon after Church – in Church.

Because of the lockdown we have not yet had our Annual Meeting, which is due before 31st October this year. It will now take place at 12.00noon after church in church. The papers will all be available online and if anyone wants a printed copy they can be requested from the Rector. The Financial report can already be found under the documents tab.

A Little Light Music

A LITTLE LIGHT MUSIC

A light hearted autumn concert

To include Songs from the Shows and some Humorous Favourites

Rebekah Gilbert – Mezzo

Jonathan Breeds – Baritone

Anne Marshall – Piano

at

St Thomas’s Church, Winchelsea

Saturday 19th  September at 5.30pm. – 7.00pm.

 

 

By ticket in advance £10 or £20 for a double (to include a glass of wine) In aid of Church Funds

from Charlotte Beecroft ( Tel: 01797 223159)

 

Social distancing rules must be observed and masks worn.

No entrance on the door –Entrance by ticket onlyA

Church Services to resume 12th July 2020

Public Worship to re-start

Due to changes in Government Guidance we are delighted to announce that services will resume at St. Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea and St Nicolas and All Saints, Icklesham from Sunday 12th July. They will each take the form of a said service of Parish Eucharist at the usual times of 11:00am and 9:30am respectively. There will be restrictions on how the service is conducted and we ask worshippers to observe social distancing and respect others.

There will not be an online service this Sunday but if there is a continued demand we will consider reinstating some online resources. Please contact the Rector, the Rev’d Jonathan Meyer – 01797 226254.

5th July 2020 – Patronal Service

Parish Communion to celebrate the 800th Anniversary of the Translation of St Thomas of Canterbury

Today would have been our patronal service, celebrated with a sung mass by the Pegasus Choir. Under the circumstances this has not been possible but we have been asked by Bishop Martin to provide an online service  which will be available to the whole diocese. It has enabled us to harness the different gifts and talents of as many people as possible and I’m especially grateful to Jonathan Murphy who has helped with much of the filming and editing. It reminds how we are all called to use our gifts in different ways to the glory of God.