The Archbishops of Canterbury and York are calling for Church of England churches to put public worship on hold and become a “different sort of church” in the coming months to face the challenge of corona virus.
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We have also created a page full of resources for you during this uncertain time, it is called Church at Home and we will continue to upload more each week- Click here
you are aware advice from the government and the Church of England
regarding the current crisis is updating daily. We are hoping to keep
you informed as best we can with where we are up to.
Currently ALL SERVICES held
at church are suspended until further notice. This includes Sunday
morning services, weddings, baptisms, prayer meetings on Saturday mornings, the prayer
meeting scheduled for next week and all of Holy Week services.
We are asking for all home groups to cease from meeting
in person but do continue to chat over the phone, drop each other text
messages or even have a go at video calling so you can see a friendly
face. If you know people in your groups who do not have access to emails
or social media please pass on this information.
part of being community at church if you are able to offer help to
others in our community and parish please contact the church office. If
you are self-isolating or are isolating due to symptoms then please
contact the church office and let us know so we can pray for you and if
you need any help. It is important at this time to support each other,
this can be in the form of a phone call or to get a bit of shopping if
aware that people will be concerned, worried and fearful of what is to
come and so it is important that we support each other best we can. We
can always turn to God and remember that God will never leave us and he
gives us peace.
and Sarah will be praying for you all and we are thinking of creative
ways to join us together in this so keep an eye out via our Website,
Email, facebook, Twitter or Instagram for updates. We will also be using
these platforms to keep you updated generally.
You can follow the Church of England's Daily Prayers here
Jacky has set 5 Biblical Questions to her
House-group and wondered if House-group Leader's and other Group
Leaders would like to do the same, (just once a week) the
conditions are you are not allowed to look on the net for the
answers but go to the back of your bibles to the index and look
up the Names, Places etc., Enjoy
you have any of the symptoms (a cough that is new and persistent,
and/or a high temperature) or you are in the vulnerable groups as
outlined by the government then please stay at home for 14 days.
We are centered on the life changing love of Jesus and we want to share it with you. We welcome everyone and would love to meet you at one of our services on a Sunday; Holy Communion at 9:15am, our more traditional service or Morning Worship at 11:00am, a popular choice for families. Or why not come along to one of our groups that meet during the week?