Picture of nb Sola Gratia moored up, with the First Mate (Tracey) and Oakley on the towpath
 

NB Sola Gratia

         
 

Churches

 
         
 

Directory of Churches we have visited in our travels along the waterways.

We are enjoying attending different churches as we travel around the network. We both set down our original roots in the Anglican Church. But, over more recent years, we have attended "Free" Churches - Lancing Tabernacle, then Sompting Community Church. Our last regular place of worship before we left was Jubilee, a New Frontiers Church in Worthing. We are still in close touch with, and are supported by, our small (home) group there.

Since moving aboard, it has been a privilege to share worship at other churches, of various denominations. Having spent a lot of time in the Rugby area, while our boat was being refitted, we attended Rugby Christian Fellowship. Not only were we made to feel very much at home there, we have also been adopted as their missionaries on the waterways! Following the death of Tim's father, we spent several months attending Bridge Church in Newbury. Tim even got to play his bass guitar there! Now, the "Good Ship" is still in Newbury, but we are temporarily in Bournemouth, looking after Tim's Mum. For the time being, we have joined Bournemouth Community Church in Moordown.

Whatever church we have attended, we have always been made to feel welcome, and we are happy to share our story.

Churches attended so far:

Bath
 
Bishop's Stortford
 
Bletchley
 
Bournemouth
 
Braunston
 
Brentford
 
Enfield
 
Fazeley
 
Hanwell
 
Leicester
 
London
 
Milton Keynes
 
Newbury
 
Northampton
 
Nuneaton
 
Oxford
 
Reading
 
Rugby
 
Rugeley
 
Stoke-on-Trent
 
Thatcham
 
Watford
 
Wolverhampton
 
 
   
 
 

†- Equippers Church Brentford has since merged with their Clapham congregation, and now meet in Richmond.

‡ - Bless Church Hanwell has since moved from Hanwell to the University of West London in Ealing.

¶ - Hope Church Nuneaton now longer appears to exist.

 

 

Braunston Parish Church at night.

Braunston Parish Church.
"Cathedral of the Canals".
Famous amongst the boating community
as the church where weddings took place
amongst the working boat people.
Still stands proud over the canals,
and can be seen on the approaches
for some considerable distance.

 
     
 

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