ST HUGH’S CHURCH CLOSED FOR SUNDAY WORSHIP UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

The clergy will be saying a pattern of prayer in their own homes as follows:
9.30am Morning Prayer
12.00Noon Midday Prayer and
3.30pm Evening Prayer

You are invited to join us as you are able: Resources available via the daily prayer app, the church of England website or the book of common worship.

We continue to remember you in our prayers

All powerful and loving God, give to your world hearts of compassion to alleviate and embrace the victims of suffering in the neighbourhood, community, society and world.
May we recognise your humanity in each suffering person and restore your dignity and by bringing wholeness to each according to their need. Save us Lord from self -centeredness and self-preservance and open our lives to reach out with your heart of compassion and love
Amen

Our Father in heaven
May Your Name be kept holy.
May Your Kingdom come,
Your will be done on earth as in heaven.
Give us the food we need today. Forgive us what we have done wrong, as we have forgiven those who wronged us.
And do not lead us into hard testing, but keep us save from the Evil One .
For kingship, power and glory are Yours forever. Amen ‘ Mathew 6.9-13 (CIB)

Clergy Contact ( Recognising the clergy health vulnerabilities)
Revd Canon Cameron Martin             07847 882176
Revd Julia Clark ( Non Stipendiary)  07790 847402 ( available  Tues, Thursday)

 

Keeping Safe:  See safeguarding page here

 

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We are an Inclusive Church

Our Vision
“We believe in Inclusive Church – a church which celebrates and affirms every person and does not discriminate. We will continue to challenge the church where it continues to discriminate against people on grounds of disability, economic power, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, learning disability, mental health, neurodiversity, or sexuality. We believe in a Church which welcomes and serves all people in the name of Jesus Christ; which is scripturally faithful; which seeks to proclaim the Gospel afresh for each generation; and which, in the power of the Holy Spirit, allows all people to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Jesus Christ.”

Canon Cameron Martin(Team Rector-St Hugh’s Church Old Brumby ) 
Revd Julia Clark(Associate Vicar ,NSM)