Please pray:
  • giving thanks for God’s glorious raising of Jesus from death, offering new life & hope to all creation;
  • for the work of A Rocha;
  • for those organisations working for famine relief in East Africa;
  • for all who suffer because of wars, terrorism, harsh rule and natural disasters;

  • for those who help with Coffee Break;
  • for those who compile the various rotas that keep our
  • churches running smoothly;
  • for those who live in Victory Way and Colts Road;
  • for our two church schools interviewing this week for new Heads;
  • for Bishop Jonathan to recover fully from his recent operation;
  • for all who are beginning to move into the Fen Meadow development.
Other News:




May Fair 1st May – could you bake a cake? Please contact Vivien with offers!


Linda K and Claire T would like to thank all those who sponsored them in their Mean Bean Challenge. You helped them raise just over £1000 for Tearfund!


Testimonies - don't forget that as a church we love to hear a few words about how God has been at work in people's lives recently. Speak to Julian or another minister and they will arrange to fit you in.


Are you new to this church/ new to the area/ interested in finding out about the Christian faith? You might like to fill in one of our orange cards at the back of church.

This Week:

Wednesdays 7am - Early morning prayer group, St John's Church.


11.30am Wednesday  - Morning Prayer on 26th April


Future Weeks:


Thursday 4th May - 7.30 pm Christians in Science - Prof. John Lennox will be speaking on God & Stephen Hawking, ”Whose Design is it Anyway?” Lecture Theatre A, Building 46 (Physics A) University of Southampton.


Friday 12th MayMessy Church, 4.30 - 6 pm at Cedar School. It would be helpful if you could let the office know by Monday 8th if you would like to come. This will help with the catering.


Friday 2nd June - “Off the Scale” Ordnance Survey Choir in concert at St John’s. 7.30 pm


Saturday 7th October - Quiz Night


Saturday 18th November - Advance notice - Concert for Africa – ‘Never smile at a CROCODILE!