The Bridge Magazine

The Bridge is part of the mission and community outreach to the villages of the Aln and Coastland Parishes. It seeks to build community links across the five villages in our benefice, to provide a vehicle for public service information and to highlight events of general interest. We also aim to deepen our spiritual commitment and to increase our awareness of current social issues.The Bridge is intended to be self-financing and is underwritten by the combined parishes. 

Within its constitution are the following aims:

  • To inform the villages of Church events
  • Seek ways for the churches to engage and reconnect with their communities
  • Encourage theological reflection on current issues in the community and in the world
  • Engage with community partners to produce articles of broad interest
  • Offer people avenues of contact with the Christian Community

The magazine comes out monthly and is edited, produced and distributed by members of the local churches and goes to about 500 homes in the district. Many of our subscribers are not churchgoers.

Local organisations, the parish councils and schools all contribute items of news from time to time as well as our readership sending in material. There are interesting articles as well as cartoons and “Smile Lines”.

 

The magazine is available in hard copy each month at the back the church. If you want to subscribe you can do so either for electronic copies or for regular copy delivered to your door; please contact us with your preferences and details.

Parish News:

Family Worship at Alnmouth

A different form of worship at Alnmouth - hopefully something for all.

Summer Fete success

A very successful and enjoyable day in Alnmouth.

Parish Events:

Licensing of our new Priest-in-Charge

There will be a Combined Benefice Eucharist in Embleton Church
at 4.00pm on Sunday 31 October for the benefices of Embleton, Rennington & Rock, Lesbury with Alnmouth and
Longhoughton with Howick.

Bishop Christine will license the Reverend
Alison Hardy as our Priest-in Charge at this
service.

The Reverend Ian Chadwick will be
licensed as assistant priest for all three
benefices at the same service.

The Reverend Barrie Cooper is already licensed as assistant
priest for all three benefices.

The service will be followed by a bring and
share tea in the Creighton Hall in Embleton.

Sunday, 31st October 2021 4:00 pm