Window art!

Once upon a time people were charged a window tax: a fee to be paid dependant upon the amount of glass in their home. People boarded up their windows in order to save money, the cost of light being too much for many. Today our windows are bright and uncovered, and could be even more beautiful. We could all make creative use of our windows. Over the past few weeks we have seen rainbows, can we do more? As our homes become our safe places, we could create ’stained glass windows’ or picture windows which tell our good news story. If you have any pictures that you would like to add to our gallery please send them to

Thank you from Street Kids Direct

Street Kids Direct is a charity that St Mary's Northchurch has supported in recent years. This video gives some background on the work that is being done to support children in providing them with care, security and a safe future.

Ten minutes a day through Lent - Week 7

David White is providing some reading and thoughts for us throughout Lent to reflect on this important time of year. David is producing a weekly booklet of readings which you can access here on the Church website. To download the seventh and final booklet please click here. A short background to Galatians is available here. Also watch out for your ten minutes a day from now until Easter on our Facebook page!

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