Following the positive response to last year’s #LiveLent, we are again encouraging people to engage with the Church of England’s Lent resources, #LiveLent 2021: God’s Story, Our Story. It is based on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent book for this year, Living His Story, by Hannah Steele. Please use the link below to find out more about how to access resources:
Sedgefield Area Churches Together will be running a Lent course on Wednesday evenings at 7pm, from 24th February to 24th March. We will be following a course called “Our Common Home: Caring for God’s Creation.”
Sessions will take place via Zoom. Please contact Elizabeth on 01429 883151 or Elizabeth.email@example.com) if you wish to receive the link for the Lent course.
We will also have daily Tweets during Lent on our parish Twitter account. These have been written by a member of one of our congregations. Each week has a theme, and each day there is a short bible reference and a brief thought for the day. You can find the Parish of the Upper Skerne @skerneupper
This year, the PCC has agreed to support Christian Aid.
To donate on-line go to
Because of Covid-19 there are delays to postal donations, but you can donate by telephone by calling 020 7523 2269.
For details on how to donate directly into Christian Aid’s bank account, please ring 020 7523 2226.
Have you ever read the whole Bible? If not, perhaps this could be the year you do… Why not start on Ash Wednesday? Look for the daily Bible Reading Plan on the website under the Bible Reading tab.
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