When I think back to earlier life and what June meant to me I think of long, hot, sunny days, exams, Wimbledon and strawberries. Nowadays there are no more exams for me thankfully; Wimbledon continues but the weather is unpredictable - perhaps it always was. Traditionally, part of the strawberry's appeal was that its short, six-week season, from early June until mid-August, coincides with the brief, long-awaited British summer. These days, however, the British strawberry season extends from mid-April until mid-December, thanks to the increased use of plastic polytunnels to create optimum growing conditions for many more weeks, and strawberries are imported from abroad all through the year.
Read more: Pastoral Letter June 2013
A more informal and shorter than usual Communion service with children in mind.
A service suitable for all the family.