WW1 Remembering, and reflecting upon that memory is an important human capacity. It helps us form a sense of who we are, individually and collectively and can shape how we live in the present and for the future. As we remember back 100 yrs, to those who made such a sacrifice for our nation, we do so also remembering the supreme sacrifice of Jesus Christ to right all human wrongs.



E-mail: office@croftonparish.org.uk Office telephone number: 01329 661154 (Mondays to Fridays 9 am to 1 pm)

Men’s breakfast 6 September, 7.30am at Holy Rood Church Centre, Stubbington: ‘MAD men'

Four mystery guests who are making a Christian difference in their local community, will be sharing their story to inspire us. The cost is £5 for a delicious full English Breakfast, payable on the door. Please book your place by phoning or emailing the church office on 01329 661154 or office@croftonparish.org.uk

Christianity Explored

Christianity Explored - Based upon Mark's gospel this is a short course, on 2nd and 4th Tuesdays 8-9pm, between May and September, for those who have searching questions about the person, life and work of Jesus and what this means for people of faith today.  A mix of large group teaching and small group discussion, sign up in the foyer at Holy Rood or e-mail office@croftonparish.org.uk. For more details click here.



New Evening Service Topic: Christian X- Men and Women: Heroes of faith

As part of this series each preacher will present a hero of faith that has impacted them in their faith journey, tell the story of their hero, say how their heroes’ example has impacted their life, and then choose a segment of scripture that is important to, or is representative of their hero, and preach around that. Do come and join us on Sunday evenings (apart from the first Sunday of the month) at 6:30pm (coffee served from 6pm) to be encouraged by these inspiring heroes. If you missed the first two sermons in this series you can listen to them either via this website by clicking the following links - Jackie PullingerStanley SpencerChris Davis MBEIan HislopMelson Mandela & Dietrich Bonhoeffer or if you have Podcast software here or on iTunes as Holy Rood Talks.



We are launching a new congregation which will gather together on the first Sunday of the month, at 6.30pm, at Holy Rood.  The Causeway congregation is open to everyone but when we meet for worship there will be special provision for adults with learning difficulties.  The great thing is we can all learn from one another and worship is enriched when abilities and traditions and ages are mixed - enriched that is, if we approach it with the right heart.  So do join us on the first Sunday of the month.



‘You heard my cry for mercy when I called to you for help’ Psalm 31:22
Every day there is prayer going on in this church for all kinds of different people and situations. Some are anxious about family members, or facing illness, unemployment or money problems. If you would like prayer for any situation please click on the Prayer Requests button and email prayer@croftonparish.org.uk  You don’t have to give your name if you’d rather not, but please be assured that anything you say or share with us will be treated in the strictest confidence. If you would like one of the clergy to pray for you at home that can also be arranged. Outside of office hours please email our clergy: clergy@croftonparish.org.uk