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As well as the Church Magazine twice a year we publish a newsletter, currently named 'Spotlight' which is distributed free throughout the parish. It is evangelistic and highlights past and future events and people share their faith.

The newsletter was initially published in 1991 under the name of 'Mustard Seed'.

Complete editions and selected articles of Mustard Seed are available below.

Complete editions and selected articles of Spotlight are available here.


Mustard Seed    December 2002    Black and white version
Christmas is 'Good News' -Phil and Rachel Michell



Mustard Seed    July 2002    Black and white version
New Start on 11 September [2002]' -Interview with the Rector Christopher Frith as he prepare to leave St Thomas'



Mustard Seed    July 2001    Black and white version
Round the world searching -Chris McHale
Moving to the USA -Petra Owen



Mustard Seed    December 2000    Black and white version
Introducing our new Children and Youth Worker -Neil Roper
Identity, Acceptance and Self-fulfilment -Jonathan Calow



Mustard Seed    July 2000    Black and white version
St John's Comes of Age -St John's become as parish it its own right



Mustard Seed    December 1999    Black and white version
Interview with Kath Steer -one of St Thomas' most senior members
Neil McGovern -one of St Thomas' younger members
A Millenium Prayer and Resolution



Mustard Seed    December 1998    Black and white version
Alpha Continues -Fiona Chisnells tells about her experience of Alpha



Mustard Seed    December 1997    Black and white version
All about Alpha -see inside
Exerts from the Diary of a New Christian -Barry Thompson



Mustard Seed    December 1996    Black and white version
Results of the Parish Survey on religious beliefs -see inside



Mustard Seed    March 1996    Black and white version
Re-ordering plans for St Thomas' -see inside



Mustard Seed    September 1995    Black and white version
A New Curate -Pete (and Jules) Wilkinson



Mustard Seed    April 1995    Black and white version
Quite a Change but Somethings are Just the Same -Roger and Eileen Freestone
Turned Upside Down -New 9.09 Congregation at St Thomas'



Mustard Seed    December 1994    Black and white version
Compassion in our Community -report on Touchstone
It All Began with a Baby -Steve, Hazel, Steve and Emily Hudson



Mustard Seed    September 1994    Black and white version
A New Begining at St Thomas' -the 9.09 Service



Mustard Seed    March 1994    Black and white version
Challenge Chesterfiled with Steve Chalke
When You Know Somebody Loves You -Alison Shemwell



Mustard Seed    September 1993    Black and white version
Do Something About It -Roger and Irene Freestone



Mustard Seed    March 1993    Black and white version
How Do You See the Church?
Into Teens with Pathfinders
A Lot Happens in Thirty Years -Brian and Barbara Porter



Mustard Seed    September 1992    Black and white version
The New St John's Church Centre is Nearly Finished
It's All Come Alive Now -Philip and Magaret Abbott



Mustard Seed    April 1992    Black and white version
The Christian Approach to Death
Jack of All Trades Stands Down -Phil and Myra Johnson
In the Swim with Little Fishes -Sheila Turner



Mustard Seed    December 1991    Black and white version
Not Just for Christmas -but for Life
Rainbow Man -Jim Crawley



Mustard Seed    September 1991    Black and white version
Harvest Time Raises Serious Issues
Teenagers in Church
Christian' In Sport Meeting
Things are Different Now -Alan and Enid Sheldon