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Sunday 20th June - our annual Windrush service will take place when our 10am Sunday Eucharist will combine celebration and lamentation from the Caribbean community. We also hope to hear interviews grandchildren have recorded with their grandparents. Bishop Ruth has offered to attend and we also hope to have message of support from the Bishop of Dover the Rt Revd Rose Hudson-Wilkin.

Sunday 27th June - our Sunday service will include a celebration of the completion of our East end re-organisation and a fond farewell to Charles and Carol. Since we are unsure of the Covid situation after 21st June, we suggest that you bring a flask of tea or coffee and some 'elevenses.' We can then have a socially-distanced picnic observing whatever restrictions are necessary. If restrictions are lifted on 21st June we may be able to have a ‘bring and share’ lunch instead.

Sunday 18th July - to bring the community together after a difficult year, there will be a Julian Road Community Celebration with a 1950s feel. Some fun activities are planned and Christ Church will be responsible for providing teas in Lower Mews and a white elephant stall, and the church and ringing tower will be open. We will need volunteers and participants. Please see the June Link for more details.

Updated 20th March 2021

Good news! Christ Church Council have agreed to resume services with the congregation in church starting on Easter Sunday, 4th April. We hope lots of you will be able to join us, and Sunday services will also continue to be streamed online for those who can't be there in person.

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The 11am Thursday Eucharist services will return to being held in church (not streamed online) starting on 8th April.

8am morning prayer each weekday is being run on Zoom. Please contact Lore (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / 07595 294146) for more details or an invitation to join the Zoom session.

The church will remain open for private prayer on Wednesday afternoons from 2 - 4pm for anyone local who may want to drop in.

BEMSCABEMSCA - Bath Ethnic Minority Senior Citizen Association - is a Bath beacon of exemplary day care for elders, managed by Pauline Swaby-Wallace, a member of Christ Church. It was established in 1993 as a luncheon club service for older members of the Caribbean, Asian and Chinese communities within Bath and North East Somerset. It is based in Fairfield House (former home of HIM Haile Selassie I, gifted to Bath as a home for the aged), and provides day care and outreach services, including social activities, advice, information and support to members of the black and minority ethnic groups in Bath.

Donations can be made online at https://localgiving.org/donation/bemsca and do take time to read more about BEMSCA. We will also be collecting in church as usual on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of June.

Upcoming Services

Eucharist (in church & online)
Sun 13 Jun at 10:00am
Eucharist (in church)
Thu 17 Jun at 11:00am
Eucharist (in church & online) - Windrush Service
Sun 20 Jun at 10:00am
Eucharist (in church)
Thu 24 Jun at 11:00am
Eucharist (in church & online)
Sun 27 Jun at 10:00am
Eucharist (in church)
Thu 1 Jul at 11:00am
Eucharist (in church & online)
Sun 4 Jul at 10:00am
Eucharist (in church)
Thu 8 Jul at 11:00am
Eucharist (in church & online)
Sun 11 Jul at 10:00am
Eucharist (in church)
Thu 15 Jul at 11:00am
Eucharist (in church & online)
Sun 18 Jul at 10:00am

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