Author Archives: Revd Alex Pease

Valley Worship Sunday 21st January 2018 at St Mary’s Easton at 10am

Dear All Please do join us for Valley Worship on Sunday at 10am at St Mary’s Easton. The Band will play and we have the Ark and UTX for the children and teenagers. The Ark is now led by Tim … Continue reading

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Revd Amanda Denniss’ last service in Itchen Valley Parish Sunday 14th January 2018

  It was a packed house to say goodbye to our Rector Revd. Amanda Denniss on Sunday at St Mary’s Easton at our Parish Communion.  After almost three years, Amanda is moving on but, fortunately, will remain in Winchester Diocese. … Continue reading

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UTX doubles….

Well perhaps not quite doubled….but we were 17 teenagers at our film night last night at St John’s.  Kelly and Mike had prepared a wonderful evening for all the UTXers with a movie projected onto a large screen, the large … Continue reading

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Revd Amanda Denniss’s Leaving Service Sunday 14th January at 11am at St Mary’s Easton

We are sadly saying goodbye to the Rector of the Itchen Valley, Revd. Amanda Denniss at the end of this week. Her last service will be Parish Communion at 11am (not 10 am as stated in Itchen Valley News) at … Continue reading

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What would the Wise Men give today and why it should make us humble by Revd Alex Pease

In all the services today Epiphany 2018, we explored the wise men’s gifts and what they mean and what wise men today might look like and what gifts they might bring. In the All Age Service, Richard and Claire acted … Continue reading

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All Age Service Sunday 7th January St John’s Itchen Abbas at 10am

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas! Our All Age Service starts again on Sunday 7th January – I do hope that you will be able to join us. As it is Epiphany we will be doing a new take … Continue reading

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What Paddington 2 and Christmas have in common by Revd Alex Pease

Christmas Day Luke 2:1-20 One of the highlights of the Christmas season for me this year has been seeing the film Paddington 2. I recognise that not all of you will have seen this – but can I recommend it, … Continue reading

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