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Church


Easter Service

Posted on 2nd April 2019, by Editor . Comments Off on Easter Service

Easter Day is on April 21st this year, and we shall be celebrating it at Tresham at 11am, thanks to Iain Marchant’s kind offer to take the service. Iain has a long view of life; he was an active young seaman in the war, and after ordination he was based at Hawkesbury for a time […]

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Tresham Church

Posted on 30th January 2019, by Editor . Comments Off on Tresham Church

Please see the Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 December 2018.  Also available are the minutes of the Tresham Church Committee meeting held on 22 January.

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Christmas Special Collection

Posted on 9th January 2019, by Editor . Comments Off on Christmas Special Collection

The special end-of-service collection at the Carol Service was taken for GARAS (Gloucestershire Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers) and CRISIS. £41.55 was collected for GARAS and £31.55 for CRISIS. I have received this thank you letter from Adele Owen of GARAS.

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Use of Church

Posted on 3rd January 2019, by Editor . Comments Off on Use of Church

To Tresham Residents – change of date for meeting about the church – now January 16th at 7.30 pm. Dear All, I’m afraid I have to change the date of this meeting, as most of the people who contacted me cannot do that evening. So I have arranged another instead, on January 16th at 7.30pm […]

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Carol Service and Use of Church

Posted on 13th December 2018, by Editor . Comments Off on Carol Service and Use of Church

Message to Tresham Residents – mid December 2018 Dear All, Two messages – A reminder that our carol service is this coming Sunday (16th) at 11 am. It will, I am sure, be as lively and lovely as ever and there will, of course, be festive refreshments afterwards. As well as the normal church collection […]

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Our Church

Posted on 26th October 2018, by Editor . 3 comments

Our Church: the building, and the appointment of a new vicar. Dear Everyone – whether you go to church or not – Our vicar Rob Axford retired in September, and the process of replacing him has begun. The Tyndale Benefice is made up of St Mary’s parish in Wotton, St Martin’s in North Nibley, and […]

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Retirement of Rob and Chris Axford

Posted on 10th August 2018, by Editor . Comments Off on Retirement of Rob and Chris Axford

Rob and Chris Axford are retiring after 10 years as vicar and assistant minister of the Tyndale Benefice, which is made up of the parishes of St Mary’s, Wotton; St Martin’s, North Nibley; and St Kenelm’s, Alderley, with Tresham Church. You may have read the recent interview with them in the current (August) edition of […]

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Ecclesiastical Offer £130!

Posted on 13th November 2017, by Editor . 1 Comment

To celebrate its 130th anniversary, Ecclesiastical (the insurer for the church) is offering to donate £130 to Tresham Church for every new home insurance policy taken out with them. In case you are considering switching home insurers you might like to be aware of this, so here are the details. The offer is open until December 2018 […]

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Church Ceiling Appeal

Posted on 11th November 2017, by Editor . Comments Off on Church Ceiling Appeal

(so it is easily referred to this is a copy of the E-note circulated on 10 Nov.) Tresham Church Appeal for Funds towards Chancel Ceiling Repairs In January 2017, a significant amount of plaster fell suddenly from the chancel ceiling (the chancel is the smaller part of the church, at the altar end), exposing a hole […]

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Churchyard Tidy-up

Posted on 6th November 2017, by Editor . Comments Off on Churchyard Tidy-up

Just over a week ago, on Matthew Kingston’s initiative, a group of us tackled the churchyard.  We just needed that push; let’s hope we can keep on top of it, especially as Richard Kingston kindly mows the churchyard during the summer.  The work can best be described in a few photos:

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