Posted: May 2018
Did you hear the true story of the 650 workers who donated over 3,000 hours of their overtime to enable a colleague to have unpaid leave to take his son for leukaemia treatment? It is always heartening to hear good news stories of this kind, when so much of what we hear or read is about the bad rather than the good side of human nature. This is why each week, each of the 18 Vale of Aylesbury Circuit churches hear a good news story of each of our churches in turn. To read about our good news, click here. To read more about the good news overtime story, click here.
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In a week that we have named our new Welcome Space as a place of belonging for all, we were saddened to read of the online abuse still experienced by so many of our friends in the LGBTQ — Lesbian, Gay. Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Questioning — community. In a survey of 695 LGBTQ+ individuals worldwide, 73% of all respondents in all categories of gender identity and sexual orientation have...
This Saturday, March 23rd, from 2pm, the Good Faith Book Club will meet in our refurbished Welcome Space to discuss Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby's book on Reimagining Britain.The book cover said, "In a time of political turbulence, and as the Welfare State totters under the strain in a country that has changed dramatically since 1945...Welby sets out to identify the values...
After morning service on Sunday, a coach load of church members and friends enjoyed yet another excellent coach excursion, organised amazingly well, as ever, by Pauline Noble. The destination was the Royal Albert Hall and a tribute to the great musicals by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.Introduced by Radio 3 presenter Petroc Trelawny, we were treated to an excellent afternoon's ...
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