You can also glean further information, dates, and articles from Parish News, our bi-monthly Parish magazine covering the months of April and May which is available in Church and from various locations in the village.
Maggi Hambling’s new public sculpture, The Resurrection Spirit, was dedicated on Easter Sunday. This is the first sculptural commission for a church by internationally renowned contemporary artist Maggi Hambling.
The Resurrection Spirit will be with the parish every Sunday reminding us of the continuing rumour of God’s new life hidden in Christ, and hidden in His ‘perpetual Easter’ which we are called to celebrate every time bread is broken and wine out-poured. Maggi has succeeded in conjuring a new visual metaphor for Christ’s resurrection for believers and unbelievers alike.
A schedule of our services can be found on the Services page, and other events on the What’s On page.
A new initiative from ‘Churches Together’ in Mayfield and Five Ashes is a weekly (Wednesday) Quiet time of ecumenical and intercessory prayer from 11.00am ‘till 12 midday at Stone House in the High Street. Come for five minutes or the full hour, it doesn’t matter. When so many groups come and go and (I find), people tend to shy away from committing themselves to ‘courses’ of study, it is good to know the company of friendship through prayer and silence (like our monthly Julian groups at St Dunstan’s, also ecumenical) as a constant in our everyday rush?