Electoral Roll

Baptism marks our entry into the whole church of God. But in order to be a member of the local Church of England church the Church of England uses the electoral roll. So if you would consider yourself to be a member of St Matthew’s and you are baptised and over 16 then you are eligible to apply to go on the roll. It is different to the address list.

Membership of the Electoral Roll means that you are able to vote and speak at the annual meeting and that you can stand for election to PCC and Deanery Synod (see below). A list of current members and forms to join the electoral roll are available downstairs and must be returned to the church office by March 20th.

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Lent Group

There will be a midweek Lent group this year led by Tracey Wheeler,  every Thursday 17th March – 14th April.

The starting point for each  meeting will be a work of art, with space for thought, prayer and  discussion.

The subjects covered will be: Wilderness, Contemplation, Suffering,  Doubt and Resurrection.

All are welcome. Venue to be confirmed.

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An Evening with Mike Pilivachi

Main hall at Woodlands. Open invitation to all—free admission.

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A New Pastorate Group

A new Pastorate is starting at Mat & Emma’s house in Redland on Wed Feb 2nd. You are welcome from 7.30pm. We’ll start at 8pm.

Pastorates are groups of 20 people who gather for fellowship, worship, prayer and study. If you want to get to know people then they are the best way to do that in a growing church.

If you’d like to know more or would like to join this Pastorate then do speak to Tanya or Mat.

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