With the glorious celebration of Palm Sunday over, I returned to St M’s the following day known as Holy Monday AND it wasn’t long before I heard the patter of familiar mice feet…Read More
On this first day of Lent known as Ash Wednesday, the doors to St M’s Parish Church have opened as the Rev. Suze supported by Verger Philly offer a warm welcome on a chilly and damp afternoon to some familiar faces who have chosen to wear some ‘Sorry Ashes’ on their mouse noses.
And some of those mice have chosen to hang a message of hope on the branches of our Lent Tree…Read More
Away in a garden with no cover for his bed. Our sweet Angus lays down his sweet head…Read More
It’s the FOURTH Sunday of Advent and as St M’s choir warm up their vocal chords in the snug vestry and in anticipation of a VERY special Christmas Eve – Choir Master Roland is waiting for Mary to arrive to light our FOURTH Advent Candle.
But WHERE is Mary?Read More
As Verger Philly listens to the joyful bird song in the chilly morning outside and watches as the old bare trees cast glorious shadows through the windows – she is waiting for Mary to arrive to light our THIRD Advent Candle…Read More
Here in Merryworth Town and as our excited young mice open another door of their Advent Calendar – Curate Bertram waits in the cozy Chancel of St M’s Parish Church…Read More
Today is Advent Sunday – the first day of Advent and here in Merryworth and as our excited young mice open the first doors of their Advent Calendar – the Rev. Suze waits outside St M’s Parish Church on this beautiful frosty morning.Read More