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We look forward to those happy times returning and, in the meantime, invite you to support us by donating to our ongoing work and mission. By doing this, you will enable St. Mildred’s once again to be the beacon of light and love in our local community. I invite you right now to ‘Get on Board’ by helping us in our work.
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the November issue of the Parish Magazine can be found here
St Mildred's Toddlers group will re-open on Tuesday 2 November from 9.30 - 11.15 am. In order to be careful of the ongoing pandemic we are limiting numbers to 30 adults/family bubbles. Once that limit is reached, we might have to turn you away. You will be required to...
Spinach and Lettuce is now ready for harvesting. Come and pick your own, £1 each. From the Parish Office Mon-Fri, 9am – 2pm.
‘We seek to be an open and loving church, growing in faith and confidence and joyfully sharing God’s love with all.’
We aim to grow our worship
enabling our congregations to join in confidently with worship, recruiting new members to the Choir, drawing young families into our worshipping life through a new Sunday School, restoring our West Organ, forming a new prayer group and extending our home groups and ‘new Christians’ programme.
We aim to grow our life together
forming a new social events team, introducing a pastoral care scheme for members of the church and regaining financial health so we can resource ministry in our parish, diocese, and through charitable giving.
We aim to grow our mission outreach
re-launching the Sunday Drop-in for the homeless, Toddler Group and fully re-opening our Centre, creating a new community garden and becoming an Eco-Church, exploring a link with a parish in Central Zimbabwe, deepening links with local schools and supporting the work of Christian Aid.