Browse By

Category Archives: Worship

Message from Rev Liz Cox

We are pleased to announce that we will be re-opening for Sunday Services from this Sunday 5th July 2020. New service time will be at 11am every Sunday. This Sunday will be a Praise Service without communion.Communion Services will recommence on Sunday 12th July 2020.

Jesus is risen

Easter Sunday – He is risen!

As we celebrate our Lord’s resurrection this day, the service will be available on the St Mary and St Barnabas Magdalene YouTube channel at 10am today. The order of service can be found here: Easter Day order of service 2020  

Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday

Today is Palm Sunday and as we cannot be together in church, Rev Liz has produced a video of the service and uploaded it to the St Mary and St Barnabas Gillingham YouTube Account. It will go live at 9.45am. Please join us. Palm Sunday

Rainbow of Hope & Love

Readings and thoughts for Sunday 29th March

5th Sunday of Lent – Passiontide begins Ezekiel 37.1-14Romans 8.6-11John 11.1-45 There are many rainbows around at the moment, a growing movement of a symbol of hope. The symbol given by God to Noah after the flood. We are a people of hope – we

The Christmas Truce

Virtual Lent Course – Lent 4

Consider the incredible events of this day, the carol Silent Night sung simultaneously in English and German. Picture in your mind’s eye the scene. What questions cross your mind?What hopes might you have had were you on the battlefield? This picture in the Peace Museum

St Barnabas Church High Altar

Future arrangements

Dear All, You will have heard that due to the new restrictions the churches are now all to be shut. This means for me as well as you. It is not a situation we could have wished or ever dreamed of, but we are the

Our Lady Statue

Mothering Sunday message from Rev Liz Cox

Tomorrow is Mothering Sunday, a day when many families – including mine – get together to celebrate to give thanks for the love and support we have received as parents, grandparents and children. This year will be very different. But the fact that we cannot

Execution Post at Poperinghe

Virtual Lent Course

While Public Worship is suspended our Lent Group are meeting virtually, todays topic was ‘Forgiven and forgiving’. Why not consider it for yourself? What feelings does the photo of the execution post in Poperinghe inspire as you look at it? Jesus died on a similar