The following appeared in the Tamworth Herald on 30 March 2018.

Christians started making Easter eggs soon after the first Easter – but they were real eggs, hollowed-out and decorated.

These days of course Easter eggs are made of chocolate, and quite a lot larger – although quite why we decided they should be delivered by an Easter Bunny instead of an Easter Chicken, I don’t know. continue »

We’ve received this thank-you from Samaritan’s Purse for the donation we raised at StEdys’ production of Moses. continue »

As most of you know, we are still struggling with our heating at church.

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This year as a church family we are supporting our local Foodbank with a reverse advent calendar:

instead of taking things (chocolates!) out
you put things (for the Foodbank) in

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A huge thank you to everyone who helped with our shoebox appeal this year.  The boxes will be sent to Eastern Europe over the next few days, and will make some children’s Christmases extra special.

Join us on 25 November at St Editha’s Amington Church for a performance of ‘Moses’, a play about the life of, well, Moses, written, performed and directed by StEdys. continue »

Come and join us for a celebration of light instead of darkness! continue »

On Sunday 3 September, we had a dramatisation of the first half of Mark’s gospel, either side of a church family BBQ. continue »

Back by popular demand: the barn dance, on Saturday 23 September, from 6.30pm to 9.30pm.   continue »