"This is the day the LORD has made;
let us rejoice and be glad in it."
Psalm 118:24

Life has more meaning when God is part of it.

We meet together in Central St Albans to share our experiences of God and see how that works out in our own lives.

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Church News

Emmanuel Christian School - Coffee Morning 8th May

There will be a 'Coffee Morning' after 10.30am morning worship on 8th May when there will be an opportunity to support the work of Emmanuel Christian School, Manipur, India. Tea grown at the school will be on sale as will ginger biscuits made from home-grown ginger. We will be featuring the work of the school in the service. All are welcome.

Messy Church - Saturday 7th May 2016

Our next Messy Church will be on Saturday 7th May 2016 - come at 9.15am for breakfast!

Book the date now!


If you've not been before, Messy Church is a fun event for all the family with crafts, games, songs ... and food! It's Church, but not as you might know it.

Toddlers - Easter Break and Summer Term details

Toddlers will be closed for an Easter break after Wednseday 30th March.   

It will re-open on Wednesday 20th April.

Please note that we operate a short Summer term and our last week will be 25th May

Come and play
Meet friends
Have a cuppa

Wednesday mornings term time.
Lower Hall 9.45-11.15am

For carers, parents and children under 5.  All are welcome, whether or not you have been before.

Coming Up

Sunday Morning Worship

Sunday mornings at 10:30am

Sunday Evening Worship

Sunday evenings at 6:30pm

For the full list of church events and activities see Regular Programme.

Thought for the Month

Bells and Smells and Mary Magdalene

A number of years ago, I attended the patronal festival at the Church of St Mary Magdalene in Oxford. It was a memorable occasion not least for the way that this Anglo-Catholic church encouraged the use of all the senses in worship. There were candle lights and the usual ‘bells and smells’. However, the aisles of the church were also covered with herbs, whose scent ‘filled the house’.  This wasn’t just an exercise in the use of the senses, it was also intended to allude to Mary Magdalene’s


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