Will things get better? Will things get worse? We have no answers, but we can be grateful that we have survived so far.
Please join us for our harvest weekend events.
Saturday 10th October
10am – 5pm The church is open with prayers hourly and displays representing groups from around the community. Come say a prayer, light a candle, or spend some time thanking God during this harvest season.
7pm – Virtual Harvest Supper
Prepare a meal at home that reminds you of harvest and then join us on zoom to eat and drink together as we give thanks for good health and prosperity.
Sunday 11th October
9:30 St. Mary’s Harvest Eucharist
A harvest service packed with favourite harvest hymns. Join us in church or watch online at rossparishes.uk/digital-services
6:00 – Choral Evensong
This will be the first service our choir has sung live since March. Come and join us for this conclusion to our harvest celebration.
Thank you to traders and shopkeepers
Harvest nowadays is not just about flowers, fruit and vegetables though there will be plenty of those in church. We want to celebrate all the fruits of the labour in the workplace: manufacturing, retailing, insuring, advising, training and volunteering. Over 170 Ross businesses are represented in our exhibition. Do come and see that Ross-on-Wye is very much surviving, is “open for business” and is thankful.