COVID-19 Information Page Updated: Tuesday 20th July 2021 at 18:55 While most legal Covid-19 restrictions have now been lifted, we want to help keep everyone who comes into St Augustine’s safe. We are encouraging everyone who comes into the building to: Wear a face covering when entering and moving around the church, when speaking in
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
Our services and events for Remembrance are: Remembrance Sunday – 8th November 2020 – 10.45am – Remembrance Service The service will be streamed on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/swinstaug Our annual service for Remembrance Sunday where we will remember the 80 men named on our war memorials, and all those who have died in conflicts
On Friday 8th May, we commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day – when the Second World War ended in Europe. We will be broadcasting a special service service of commemoration and remembrance for the 75th anniversary at 10.45am on our Facebook page. The service takes the form of a service or prayer and reflection,
Praying for our community, nation and world We know this is a difficult time for everyone – our lives have changed drastically in a short space of time. We know that many people are worried about what is going on and how it will impact their lives. As Rodbourne’s parish church, we already pray for
Would you like to know more about the history of St Augustine’s? Later this year, we will be holding Saturday morning History and Learning tours. These will last up to an hour and a half and will take you on a guided tour, and teach you about the church building and the history of the
Messy Church takes place on the third Saturday of each month at 11am. at St Augustine’s Church in Summers Street Messy Church is an informal time, not just for the kids, of craft, fun, celebration and we usually end with a simple lunch together. All are welcome to come along, and it’s free. Dates for 2019
Sunday 22nd December at 6.00pm Our traditional carol service with readings and well known carols by candlelight, retelling the Christmas story. The service is followed by mulled wine and mince pies for which all are invited to stay.
Saturday 21st December 11.00am – 1.00pm A time of Christmas themed crafts, stories, food and fun for children of all ages (accompanied by an adult). It’s free, lunch is included and all are welcome to come along and join in the fun.
Wednesday 11th December at 7.30pm Come and celebrate Christmas with Makin’ MuZic at a family friendly concert with plenty of opportunity to join in the singing! Doors open at 7.00pm with mince pies and mulled wine (non alcoholic alternative available). Tickets: £5 are available at the door. Parking: there is limited street parking around the