Bishop John Adina’s visit to our church 24th March 2019
Our congregation 10th February 2019
100 years Armistice – Service of Remembrance and Commemoration at Bordighera 2018
Harvest Festival October 2018
Autumn Fair October 2018
– tea, cakes, chats and stalls to choose gifts and books from. Plus, of course, our famous raffle!
October 2017 Hanbury Gardens exhibition opens in church
– lovely photos and lots of people.
Benefit concert September 2017 – Kat Alston, soprano
In sun and shade our growing congregation with Fr Bernard Fray, summer 2017
Confirmation April 2nd 2017
Candlemas 2016 – outside the church
Candlemas 2016 – inside church
2015 Mothering Sunday – lovely freshly picked posies of daffodils and a delicious simnel cake. Fr David Perks took the service and drew our thoughts to our mothers and their legacy to and in us.
Below, Fr. Pete Wright from Redlands, CA, celebrates his last Mass at Holy Ghost on Sunday, 28 December 2014. Fr. Wright served as chaplain for November and December 2014.
Below, the Christmas 2014 creche at Holy Ghost, thanks to the artistic talents of Lis Watkins.
Click the Youtube link below to see excerpts from the concert at the church on 14 December, 2014.
The next 5 pictures were taken at the 2014 Remembrance Day ceremony at the British cemetery in Bordighera, Italy. Our chaplain Fr. Pete Wright and his wife Penny represented Holy Ghost Anglican Church.
Remembrance day 2014. This is the sign that appears at the British cemetery in Bordighera, Italy, near the border of France.
Various military personnel and the mayor of Bordighera, Italy (wearing the sash) attended the ceremony. He is speaking with Archdeacon Jonathan Boardman. On the left is Commander Michael Healy (retired), the British Legion representative.
Clergy from the Romanian Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Anglican, Russian Orthodox, Waldensian and Jewish faiths attended the 2014 Remembrance day ceremony.
The graves of the many British soldiers who died during World War I. May they rest in peace.
Christmas Tree Festival 2014
Easter 2014. People from many different countries joined together on Easter Sunday to celebrate the Eucharist with Fr. Douglas Greenaway. Thanks to our Chicago visitors for this photo.
The 2014 Spring Fayre included lunches, teas, guess the number of pasta shapes, cards, jewellery, jams and lots more – where were you? The Fair raised 1,500 Euros for church restoration and maintenance so thank you everyone.