Author Archives: Nick Brindley

About Nick Brindley

United Reformed Church Minister. Husband, father, ex-banker, former philosopher. Admirer of Brian Eno and Soren Kierkegaard, of John Updike and Gary Lineker, of TS Eliot and Dietrich Bonhoeffer. Likes a drink and a cake. Loves Friday Night Lights and Battlestar Gallatica.

Art Festival 2015 – a great success

Our 2015 Festival was a great success with more exhibitors, more visitors and more money raised than 2014. After making small donations to both churches to cover expenses we were able to give Welwyn Hatfield Community and Voluntary Services £600. … Continue reading

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Family Gift Service on 7 December

Looking forward to welcoming Act4 to our morning worship on Dec 7 when we will be collecting gifts and seeing their current assembly. This will be a lively family service that should get us all in the Christmas spirit.

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St Martins Day Lantern Parade

At this month’s Messy Church session Johann and Elise introduced us to the lovely German custom of making and carrying lamps on St Martin’s day to commemorate Martin’s generous giving of half of his cloak to a poor man who … Continue reading

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Messy Church restarting 14 October

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Village defibrillator now in place!

It is exciting to see the new public access defibrillator in position on the outside of the church building. Many thanks to all who helped raise the funds and especially to the Brookmans Park Rotary Club without whom it would … Continue reading

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All that Jazz

A fantastic evening of music, food, and good company with the wonderful Ted Beament at the piano

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Exhibition ready for opening

Our six local experienced artists have set up their work on the walls, on the table and on the stage The young people from Chancellor’s School have made their selections and put them up on the display boards in the … Continue reading

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