Holy Trinity Bicton

Bicton Coffee Morning

Coffee Morning in Church, 8th February, 10.30 am.

Fun Quiz

On Friday 9th February, 7.00 for 7.30 pm Fitz Church has a quiz in the Village Hall.  Two course supper.  Tickets at £10.00 from Dawn Baly (01743 850295) or Avril Stephens (01743 850262)

Footsteps Ladies' Lunch

Saturday 24th February at The Four Crosses, Bicton.  The speaker is Pauline Mack, Yellow Ribbon Community Chaplaincy, which provides support for people on release from prison in Staffordshire, West Midlands, Shropshire and Worcester, through one to one mentoring, guidance and practical help. Yellow Ribbon works with people seeking change in their lives so that they do not return to prison.

Talk at 12 noon, followed by lunch.  £6.95 for main course or £9.95 for 2 courses.   Call Philippa 01939 291352/07871 865253 for menu choices and to reserve your place.  Pay on the day.


Ash Wednesday - 14th February

Holy Communion with the imposition of ashes for those who would like to receive it is at 11.30 am at Bicton Church.  The service is followed by a soup and cake lunch in the church.

Lent Course

‘Steps In Discipleship’ is a 41-page colour booklet written by Archdeacon of Salop Paul Thomas and Adrian Dorber, Dean of Lichfield.  The five sessions connect with an aspect of St Chad's life and explore its relevance in today's world. 

On Wednesday mornings, 10.30 to 12.00 at Bicton Rectory, starting 21st February

Contact Hannah on 07736 012011.


Wendy Horan              01743 850237

Clare Dixon                 01743 361908


Looking ahead


We begin Lent on Ash Wednesday, 14th February, with a Communion service at Bicton Church at 11.30 am.  There will be a light lunch to follow - soup and cake. 


Organist Required

If you know of anyone who could play the organ for services in Bicton Church please contact Mary-Lou, Clare or Wendy.

 Isle Court

Isle Court Nursing Home is within our Severn Loop Parishes.  Once a month the Revd Mary-Lou Toop and Joyce Jagger visit to take a service of Holy Communion in a sitting room at the nursing home.  These services are well attended – the congregation is a steady 12 – and we are told how much they value the continuity of the worship that had been a regular part of their lives.  During the service we have two hymns, a reading, a themed sermon and communion is shared.  We are enjoying building relationships between the residents, the staff and us.  Can we ask that the residents, the staff and the community are remembered in our prayers in 2016?