Today we observe All Saints Day – a date in the calendar of the church for remembering and honouring those who have served the church and the world in the past.

In this video Simon shares some memories of some of the wonderful people who have been part of the CSBC community in the past and Carolyn reflects on today’s New Testament reading: the Beatitudes from the Sermon on the Mount.

We look forward to some of you joining us for Communion and our Annual General Meeting via Zoom at 11am today. The details have been sent via email.






Welcome to this our 32nd week of CSBC Online.

Today we reflect together on one of the most quoted psalms of the Hebrew Bible, Psalm 8. We do so to hear afresh its extraordinary encouragement and its unsettling challenge.

Wherever you are, peace be with you!



Welcome to CSBC online.

Carolyn leads us today with prayers and reflections on the connection between justice and worship and includes the compelling call of the prophet Amos: “let justice roll down like a river”.

While we look forward to a time when we can gather together again in person, we are so grateful to be able to share this experience of virtual church with you today.

With peace and hope,

Carolyn and Simon


Today, Carolyn reflects on Jesus’s teaching from John’s gospel on the vine, the branches and the invitation to “abide in me”.

After watching the video you are invited to join us for a communion service via Zoom at 11am. Details have been sent via email.



Today we continue our two-week reflection on living well within limits.

As restrictions continue to constrain our movements, we consider ways to embrace the most immediate contexts of our lives as places of God’s presence.

Last Sunday we explored the home and today the neighbourhood.

Peace be with you.