Patronal Festival – 26th May

On Wednesday 26th May, we will be celebrating the feast day of our patron saint, St Augustine of Canterbury, with a special communion service.  It will begin at 7pm and will be held in church and on our Facebook page ( The order of service can be downloaded by clicking here The hymn sheet and

Annual Report 2020

  We have published our 2020 Annual Report.  The report can be downloaded by clicking on the picture. The report includes remarks from our Priest in Charge, a review of the year and financial summary. St Augustine’s Annual Report 2020 A5 FINAL

Communion for Ascension Day

Communion for Ascension Day Tomorrow, Thursday 13th May is Ascension Day, a principle feast in the church’s calendar. Ascension Day is the 40th day after Easter Sunday, that commemorates Jesus Christ’s ascension into heaven. Our service is at 7pm and is a service of Holy Communion, and all are welcome to join us, whether in

National Day of Reflection

National Day of Reflection On Tuesday 23rd March, we mark one year since the start of the first lockdown. In what has been a difficult year for everyone, we should take time to reflect and remember those who have died since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. At 6pm we will toll the church bell

Holy Week & Easter 2021

Our services for Holy Week right through to Easter Sunday can be found below.  All are welcome to come and join us for any of our services.  Services will be held in church and broadcast on our Facebook Page. Palm Sunday – 28th March 11am  Family Worship for Palm Sunday. Good Friday  – 2nd April 2pm

COVID-19 Information

COVID-19 Information Page Updated: Monday 18th March 2021 (Changes in bold blue text) We are pleased to announced that after reviewing the latest data and guidelines, we will be re-opening the church for Sunday services from Palm Sunday, 28th March at 11am.  Services will also be available on our Facebook page. The church is also open

Lent Group 2021

This year’s Lent Course will take place on Zoom starting on Ash Wednesday at 7pm. We will be using the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent Book 2021, “Living His Story” by Hannah Steele. There is no need to read the book to attend.  Each week we will start at 7pm and finish our time together with

Advent Sunday

This Sunday is the first Sunday of Advent, and the start of a new liturgical year.  Advent is a season of hope as we prepare to celebrate Christmas and the birth of Christ. This year, we need the hope of Advent more than ever as our world is very different to last year.  We can

Rodbourne Helping Hand – Christmas Joy

Rodbourne Helping Hand – Christmas Joy Earlier in the year at the start of the first lockdown, a group of people set up the Rodbourne Helping Hand Group to help those who were struggling during the lockdown.  It was amazing seeing our community pull together at a difficult time to help those in need. As

Advent and Christmas 2020

Christmas this year at St Augustine’s 2020 has been a year like no other. We are hoping to offer a little bit of normality over the Christmas period, and are looking to host most of our usual Christmas Services, albeit some in a different format this year. In light of current restrictions, some of our

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