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Welcome to this rural village set in the beautiful countryside of north Worcestershire

faiths

Links

The area is served by Christian Churches of Anglican, Catholic, Methodist and unaffiliated denominations. Church of England:   St. Cassian, Chaddesley Corbett   Priest: Canon Hugh Burton http://www.kidderminstereast.org.uk/chu rches/st-cassians-chaddesley-corbett/  Catholic:   St. Mary, Harvington   Priest: Rt. Rev. Mgr.   Canon John Moran http://www.stmarysharvington.org.uk/  Methodist:   Bromsgrove & Redditch   Methodist Centre http://www.bromsgrovemethodist.org.uk/ho me/4588688515  Community Church:   ‘The Oaks’ Community Centre http://www.timefortruth.co.uk/the-oaks- church/   

St. Cassian

St. Mary

MASSES WEEKDAY - Please see Bulletin page on website   SATURDAY - 10.00 am From Easter to October the Saturday morning Mass is held in the Georgean Chapel at Harvington Hall. From November to Easter Mass is Held at St Mary's Church   SUNDAY -   8.30 am  Mass                     10.30 am  Sung Mass During the early part of the 10.30am Mass a Children's Liturgy is held in the upper room of The Stable attached to the church.  Children of all ages are most welcome.  A catechist prepares children for their First Holy Communion and Confirmation.  (All staff on this team are CRB cleared and safeguard officers)
Methodist Circuit At Bromsgrove we offer worship in a variety of styles, mostly informal, always including readings from the Bible which will be explained and applied to today, songs and hymns some from the days of the Wesleys and many written in the last few years. Currently the majority of Sunday mornings singing is led by an organ but at least once a month by a worship band of different instruments and vocalists. During the week there are opportunities to join smaller groups to read, discuss and pray for each other. We offer Godís love in word and actions on site (see weekly diary); in homes (through for example Crosslinks Befriending) and in the community often in partnership with other Christian churches Ė for example Street Pastors.   If you come to a Sunday Service or week day activity we hope you will feel welcome. The church is committed to a Safeguarding Policy for children and vulnerable adults, has access for wheel chair users, T loop for audibly impaired people and large print word version of all that is needed in worship. (most of what we sing and say is projected on to screens).

Oaks Community Church

The Oaks Community Church meets at ‘The Oaks’ Community Centre at Harvington (on the main A 450, close to Mustow Green traffic island). The church meets every Sunday morning at 10:30am and every Friday evening at 7:30pm. Refreshments are also available after the services. For more information, please contact John Davis on 07958 489994 or email john.e.davis@hotmail.co.uk 
The new stained-glass window in the Lady Chapel commemorating Rosemary Brinton-Butler founder and producer of many dramas and musicals of a religious or philosophical nature which were performed in St. Cassian between 1950 and 2010.
What are you worth? I   love   antiques   programmes!   Antiques   Road   Trip,   Flog   it! Bargain   Hunt   and   Antiques   Roadshow   to   name   but   a   few. I   love   them   all.   In   particular,   I   love   the   moment   when   the question   of   an   item’s   value   comes   up,   and   one   of   the things   that   I   notice   when   this   happens   is   how   something that   can   look   old,   dusty   and   bedraggled   can   be   worth   a cool    fortune,    whereas    another    item    that    looks    really lovely   can   be   worth   a   few   hundred   pounds   at   best.   And as   you   probably   know,   it   is   the   job   of   the   various   experts on the show to work out which is which. Here’s a curious question; what are you worth? If   you   were   to   be   taken   along   to   a   valuation   session   and valued   by   a   modern   day   Arthur   Negus   (remember   him?) what    would    you    come    up    as?    A    rare    original    worth    a fortune   or   next   to   nothing   (no   offence!).   In   a   world   where the   basis   for   human   value,   worth   and   dignity   is   debated and   discussed,   the   Christian   message   is   that   as   human beings   God,   our   creator,   believes   that   we   are   so   valuable that   He   sent   His   Son   into   this   world   to   die   for   our   sins and   that   we   would   be   “   purchased   by   his   blood”   as,   Paul says   in   Galatians   (Gal   3   v   130-15).   This   is   news   not   just   for those    who    faithfully    attend    St    Cassian’s,    Sunday    by Sunday,   or   for   the   religious   church   going   types;   this   is   a message for all who choose to believe it. Think   of   all   of   those   people   in   the   Gospels   who   were perceived    both    by    themselves    and    society    as    being worthless        (Zacchaeus,        The        Samaritan        Woman, Bartimaeus,   lepers   to   name   just   a   few).   Then   they   met Jesus   and   suddenly   they   came   to   see   that   in   His   eyes   they were precious to God. How valuable are you in antique terms? Not sure! How valuable are you in God’s eyes? Priceless! Robert Legge (Team Vicar, Parish of Kidderminster East)
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Chaddesley Corbett Worcestershire U.K.
Welcome to this historic village set in the beautiful countryside of north Worcestershire

faiths

Links

The area is served by Christian Churches of Anglican, Catholic, Methodist and unaffiliated denominations. Church of England:   St. Cassian, Chaddesley Corbett   Priest: Canon Hugh Burton http://www.kidderminstereast.org.uk/churches/st-cassians- chaddesley-corbett/  Catholic:   St. Mary, Harvington   Priest: Rt. Rev. Mgr.   Canon John Moran http://www.stmarysharvington.org.uk/  Methodist:   Bromsgrove & Redditch   Methodist Centre http://www.bromsgrovemethodist.org.uk/home/4588688515  Community Church:   ‘The Oaks’ Community Centre http://www.timefortruth.co.uk/the-oaks-church/   

St. Cassian

St. Mary

MASSES WEEKDAY - Please see Bulletin page on website   SATURDAY - 10.00 am From Easter to October the Saturday morning Mass is held in the Georgean Chapel at Harvington Hall. From November to Easter Mass is Held at St Mary's Church   SUNDAY -   8.30 am  Mass                     10.30 am  Sung Mass During the early part of the 10.30am Mass a Children's Liturgy is held in the upper room of The Stable attached to the church.  Children of all ages are most welcome.  A catechist prepares children for their First Holy Communion and Confirmation.  (All staff on this team are CRB cleared and safeguard officers)

Methodist Circuit

At Bromsgrove we offer worship in a variety of styles, mostly informal, always including readings from the Bible which will be explained and applied to today, songs and hymns some from the days of the Wesleys and many written in the last few years. Currently the majority of Sunday mornings singing is led by an organ but at least once a month by a worship band of different instruments and vocalists. During the week there are opportunities to join smaller groups to read, discuss and pray for each other. We offer God’s love in word and actions on site (see weekly diary); in homes (through for example Crosslinks Befriending) and in the community often in partnership with other Christian churches – for example Street Pastors.   If you come to a Sunday Service or week day activity we hope you will feel welcome. The church is committed to a Safeguarding Policy for children and vulnerable adults, has access for wheel chair users, T loop for audibly impaired people and large print word version of all that is needed in worship. (most of what we sing and say is projected on to screens).

Oaks Community Church

The Oaks Community Church meets at ‘The Oaks’ Community Centre at Harvington (on the main A 450, close to Mustow Green traffic island). The church meets every Sunday morning at 10:30am and every Friday evening at 7:30pm. Refreshments are also available after the services. For more information, please contact John Davis on 07958 489994 or email john.e.davis@hotmail.co.uk 
September   is   a   month   of   new   beginnings   for   our   school   and   for   other village   activities   as   the   Autumn   Term   begins.   Some   of   our   village   children and   young   people   will   be   starting   senior   schools,   Sixth   Form   College   or University and we wish them well in any new venture. Having   a   rest   and   a   change   is   important   to   us   all   at   times,   it’s   a   chance   to visit   new   places   and   perhaps   enjoy   some   new   experiences.   To   come   back feeling   refreshed   and   ready,   either   to   continue   with   your   usual   pattern   of life or perhaps to consider trying something new. Our    magazine    is    full    of    invitations    and    reports    from    many    village organisations   as   well   as   information   of   events   which   would   welcome   your support. St   Cassian’s   church   door   is   always   open   and   we   welcome   you   to   use   the church. The   church   sits   in   the   centre   of   the   village   and   we   would   love   it   to   be   the place   where   you   feel   at   home.   We   are   having   breakfast   from   8.30   am before   our   morning   service   on   10   September   -   this   will   be   Worship   for   All - our theme for the service will be ‘New Beginnings’. In    October    we    celebrate    Harvest    with    Cider    and    Song,    in    November, Remembrance   Day   and   in   December   The   Nativity   Play   will   once   again   be taking   place.   We   will   be   celebrating   with   our   Children’s   Crib   Service   and Carol Service. At   St   Cassian’s,   as   the   season   changes,   there   are   many   exciting   things   to join in with. Perhaps    you    might    like    to    try    something    new    -    the    bell    ringers    and handbell    ringing    teams    would    welcome    new    members.    Do    you    enjoy singing?   The   church   choir   would   love   you   to   join   them,   but   if   this   is   not your   thing,   would   you   be   able   to   join   the   rota   for   cleaning   the   church   or offer   to   help   with   church   maintenance   or   be   on   the   flower   rota   or   the mowing rota? Most   of   all   we   welcome   you   to   worship   with   us   in   what   is   an   ancient building.   It   is   a   place   where   over   the   centuries   so   much   has   happened. Generations   of   village   people   have   simply   walked   through   its   doors   and found   peace,      friendship,   support   and   love   –   love   from   our   neighbours but   so   much   more   –   the   love   of   God   and   being   part   of   our   church   family   we look forward to welcoming you! Christine (Hickman-Smith) LLM - St Cassian’s Kidderminster East Team