We are inviting people in Nazeing to come on a journey this year: to discover for themselves what it means to be a Christian. This invitation is to come and explore who God is; how God feels real for you; and how that God really loves you and wants the best for you; and how we can understand God by looking at Jesus, and experiencing church life.
We will explore this over the course of this year: meeting one Wednesday a month at All Saints’ Nazeing (the church on the hill); sessions will be repeated one weekend day each month for those who are living or working away.15th March (repeated 19th March 4pm) 12th April – an opportunity to walk the Prayer Labyrinth 19th April (repeated 23rd April 4pm) 17th May (repeated 21st May 4pm) 21st June (repeated 18th June 4pm) 12th July (repeated 16th July 4pm) 13th Sept (repeated 10th Sept 4pm) 11th Oct (repeated 7th Oct 4pm) 15th Nov (repeated 19th Nov 4pm)
For further details email or have a chat with Revd Helen: email@example.com. Mob: 07866 451744
Sunday 11 June
Sunday 2 July
Sunday 23 July with afternoon tea service at 4pm.
If you enjoy singing and would like to join with others to sing and share community, come and join our social singing group - 10am first Thursday in the month at St Giles, Nazeing. Led by Broxbourne Community Choir director, Gaby Hanley.
We hold monthly cafe-style services at St Giles on the first Sunday of each month. Bring the family and come and enjoy breakfast, followed by a short service.
A small but joyful group meets on Tuesday mornings from 10.30 to pray together. If you would like to join fellow Christians in Morning or Evening prayer use our Daily Prayer link. Or connect to Daily Wisdom for Meditation from the World Centre for Christian Meditation. Click here: http://www.nazeingchurch.co.uk/prayer
With thanks to HFE signs for promitional banners:
Nazeing is one of the largest parishes in Essex.
Our Christian community on this headland dates back over a thousand years when, in the 7th Century, the followers of St Cedd brought the gospel to Essex.The parish has two churches:
All Saints, a beautiful Grade 1 listed church, which dates back to the 11th century.
St Giles, at the crossroads in Nazeing village, was built in 1964 and has been a much-loved community church and hall for over 50 years.
We use both churches for different styles of worship - see Our Services for more details.