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As church families, our vision is:-
"To draw closer to God and to each other so that we may more ably bring his love to the world."
We want to make a difference in these communities for God.
26th May 2019
For information on the work that Ray Giles has been involved in at St. Peter’s churchyard for many years and how you can get involved, please click here.
The benefice includes three churches and covers four villages on the outskirts of Colchester in Essex.
St Andrew’s, in Alresford, is a recently extended modern building. It is busy with activities for all ages during the week.
St Anne & St Laurence is a grade 1 listed building dating from the 17th century and is situated just north of Elmstead Market.
St Mary Magdalen serves the villages of Frating and Thorrington in a beautiful 14th century building set on a farm on the outskirts of Thorrington.
The three churches are of the open evangelical tradition and welcome all ages. Styles of worship vary from contemporary worship at St Andrew’s with our two bands, through more traditional worship with choir and organ at St Mary Magdalen and St Anne and St Laurence, to the monthly 8.00 am “1662 -
Church life is far from being only on a Sunday. There is an extensive programme of activities for all ages through the week – all are welcome whether church members or not. Please visit “News and Events” and “Young People” for further details.
To stream our latest Sunday sermon or to download podcasts of recent sermons and talks please click on the icon on the left.
Thoughts on Life and Faith
For a copy of a monthly article from our leadership team, please click on the logo on the right.
Services at St. Andrew’s, Alresford (StA), St Anne & St Laurence, Elmstead (StAL) and St Mary Magdalen, Thorrington (StMM)
To download or stream a podcast of recent sermons, click here
A copy of the data privacy notice for each church can be found by clicking on the name of the church at the top of this page.
19th May 2019
We are committed to safeguarding children, young people, victims/survivors of domestic abuse and vulnerable adults.
The PCCs have adopted the Church of England’s policies and best practice on safeguarding which may be found on the Church of England’s website.
Our benefice safeguarding coordinator is Julie Thompson, who may be contacted via one of our churches or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.