Posts from 2018

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St Albans Winter Beds Project

by Simon

The Winter Beds Project caters for rough sleepers on the coldest of winter nights. There will be a five bed temporary night shelter at Trinity URC in Beaconsfield Road and this will be staffed by an experienced paid worker together with volunteers.  The project worked successfully last winter but we still need volunteers.

To volunteer, or to receive more information, … Read more >

All Souls Service – 11th November 6.30pm

by Simon

11th November is actually 9 days after the traditional All Souls Day, but we are marking All Souls on the evening of Remembrance Sunday. It will be an opportunity to remember those we have lost in this past year and previous years. Please join us.… Read more >


by Simon

Our Toddler Group started up after the summer break and meets every Wednesday at  9.45am (with the exception of school half term). We look forward to seeing you all for the usual blend of fun, coffee, and mayhem!… Read more >

Toddlers starts again!

by Simon

Toddlers will start up again on Wednesday 12th September at 9.45am. We look forward to seeing you all for the usual blend of fun, coffee, and mayhem!… Read more >

Letter from America IX

by Simon

Saturday 25th August, St Albans

Well, we made it home. After 17 US states in 27 days and 12 conversations/interviews about faith and politics, we arrived back on Wednesday morning. Since then I have been spending quite a bit of time arranging my mother’s funeral and starting to work on notifying friends, family and the various authorities. While I’ve been … Read more >

Letter from America VIII

by Simon

Sunday 19th August, Austin

And now the end is near and we must face the final curtain …

Perhaps that is a little over-dramatic, but in a couple of days time we will be on our way home. It has been good to see Dick and Laura Law and spend some time with them in their home in the Hill … Read more >

Letter from America VII

by Simon

Tuesday 14th August, New Orleans

Well, it took us two full days of driving to get from Wisconsin down to Louisiana, which was no great surprise when you look at a map. In contrast to the chain hotels and motels we’ve stayed in up to now, our accommodation in New Orleans is an early 19th century house that is run … Read more >