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ROPLEY burns down!!

Please hold Royston, Tana and the people of Ropley in your prayers. A devastating morning for them as fire swept through the building, leaving a shell of the former structure.   The church at Ropley caught fire this morning and despite … Continue reading

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A very extraordinary few weeks…by Alex Pease

A very extraordinary few weeks… By Revd. Alex Pease Lucy and I have been away since Easter on a 25th wedding anniversary trip to South Africa and returned at the weekend and then attended an event at the Royal Albert … Continue reading

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Goodbye to Andrew – speech at APCM by Anna Burness

THANK YOU ANDREW 23 April 2014 When we described ourselves in our last interregnum as …. a welcoming, open, vibrant community of all-age followers of Jesus Christ. –   we felt quite bold as this still was somewhat of an aspiration … Continue reading

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Glynde Easton

Please come and support our fundraising evening in aid of our beautiful churches in the Itchen Valley and bring your friends to hear the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.  This will be their  6th visit to Easton for an … Continue reading

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Nick Owen comments on The Marriage Course in Itchen Valley News

This article was first published in the May 2014 edition of Itchen Valley News The Marriage Course By the time this goes to press, Lavinia and I will have celebrated our golden wedding – and I mean celebrated. Why would … Continue reading

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No-one expected it – Revd Andrew Micklefield’s Final Sermon in Itchen Valley on Easter Sunday

Easter Day Sermon

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He washed the disciples feet John 13:1-17 by Revd. Alex Pease

John 13:1-17 How did the apostles know what Jesus’s crucifixion means? How did they know that it was the supreme act of service for them and for us?   That it was the ultimate indication of God’s character; the demonstration of … Continue reading

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