Blog Archives

No Planet B Follow Up

A big thank you to Tom Hill for a brilliant presentation!

The video will be at the link below and will be available shortly

Video: watch here

Tom recommends the following link to help with an action plan

Sustainable St Albans also think this is a great resource.

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Prayer Walk

Our prayer walk was a beautiful, sunny, joyous occasion. A big thank you to Melanie f or arranging it! WE had a good number of people and were graciously welcomed by the churches along the route.

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Honorarium Survey

The honorarium survey has concluded. Thanks to all who participated.

We had 25 responses:

  • 11 for continuing the honorarium
  • 4 for removing
  • 10 for doing whatever the Enabling group thought fit.

The poll was advisory and the enabling group will discuss what to do.

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Cross Procession

The Cross Procession was very well attended and ended with a wonderful Unity at the Cross Service

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For our consultation on the secretary’s honorarium please got to

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St Albans CofE Diocese Mission Film

The Anglican Diocese of St Albans have produced a mission film.  You can download the film at

Te Facebook post is at  – and you are invited to post a personalised response

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Vatican II and You

We had a great forum at the wonderful City Church.  Lots of people gave their views in a friendly, lively and helpful discussion.   Vatican II certainly made a difference to so many people.

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Prayer Walk

We had a wonderful prayer walk on Sunday.  Forty joined in for a delightfully friendly and fun walk around St Albans.  WE are so grateful to the Churches of Trinity URC, Marlborough Road, St Peters, S Michaels especially for their warm welcomes and for leading us in prayer.

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CTSA Newsletter Summer 2018 PDF doc

Above is a link to download our summer newsletter.



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Summer Forum

The summer forum began with a few moments silence remembering our much loved departed Mike McElroy.

Thanks to Joanna for arranging the venue and refreshments!

Mike Elliott, our resident historian gave a brief but engaging account of the archaeological breakthrough at the Abbey.:

  • Work on the new entrance to the Cathedral unearthed some graves including an important looking tomb: could this be the resting place of the missing Abbot –

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