This Sunday, we once again invite you to share in our services via Zoom and on our Facebook page.
We will gather on Zoom from 9.30am for a service that will run for around 30 minutes. All are welcome. The service might be described as informal in style and all receive a very warm welcome. There are often around 40 of us, and the service will include prayers, readings and a short reflection. Please do contact us for the log-in information. A copy of this week’s order of service may be viewed and downloaded below:
This Sunday, in addition to the reflection that will be offered by Clare, one of our Readers, during our Zoom service, we are very pleased to also be able to provide a ‘guest sermon’, which has been prepared by the Revd Duncan Dormor, CEO of USPG, an Anglican mission agency founded in 1701. For more on USPG, please see here. To view Duncan’s sermon, please click on the click below:
Later on Sunday morning, at 11am, we will be livestreaming a further service on our Facebook page. We will be using the Prayer During the Day (Contemporary) order of service, which may be found here. This service usually lasts for around 20 minutes.
To accompany both services, there is a weekly noticesheet, and this may be downloaded by clicking on the following link or downloading the PDF file.
As you will see from the noticesheet, we are looking forward to a fourth ‘virtual coffee morning’, which will be held on Wednesday, 17th June 2020 (11am). Details on this are shown in the flyer published below.
As we have said in previous weeks, we are aware that not everyone has internet access. Perhaps you could help us in sharing the number for the free Church of England Daily Hope telephone line? A poster for this is also shown below.