If you would like to make a donation to the Mission to Seafarers in memory of Glyn Jones, please click on the link below. Alternatively you can send a cheque to Revd Sue made payable to the Mission to Seafarers and she will ensure it gets to the right place.
This has came to Ron Porter’s attention.
It’s part of Orsett and Grays Deanery magazine from September 1917. It’s an interesting read and in The Great War, life was pretty much normal. From a local benefice perspective there is a report of the internment of Rev W G Littlebales who had been vicar of Bulphan (Bulvan) from 1870 to 1903 and some other news from Bulphan.
Please see the below video about giving to church at this time.
The work of the church is reliant on people’s generosity, a generosity that is a hallmark of a lived-out faith and a testament to it.
Please consider helping our churches in this Benefice – you can do this at hobnob.org.uk/give
Christian Aid Week begins on Sunday 10th May. Please click here to watch our United Benefice video and consider giving to this worthwhile cause.
As we embark on this journey we will join together in a national Day of Prayer and Action, this Sunday 22 March, Mothering Sunday.
We will remember those who are sick or anxious and those working in our Health Service. As one action we are calling on everyone to place a lighted candle in their window at 7pm as a sign of solidarity and hope in the light of Christ that can never be extinguished.