Join us remotely or in person to worship and share community together
Services from home and in person
Here are the ways that we are continuing to meet and worship together.
Online meeting links will be updated below in time for joining the services each week.
For any 'in person' services in the church building, when these are permitted, please remember to wear a face mask unless you are unable to do so for medical reasons. Thank you
Our Main Sunday Services
Our main 10am services continue online as well as special services and events for all ages.
As we begin to be able to offer services 'in person' in the church buildings, please keep an eye on the events list below (as well as pewsheets and newsletters) to check which events are online and/or 'in person'.
"A call to prayer for the nation"
- Pray each day at 6pm
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York and the Bishop of London say:
"We call upon the Church of England to make November 2020 a month of prayer for our nation. We know that we are in the faithful hands of the risen Christ who knows our weaknesses, tiredness and struggles and whose steadfast love endures forever."
Find resources and prayers Here
download the prayer book Here or pick up a copy from outside the Bakehouse (observing all distancing rules)
Themes for daily prayer
|Sunday||Family, friends and loved ones|
|Monday||Schools and colleges, children and young people|
|Tuesday||Elderly, isolated and vulnerable|
|Wednesday||Businesses, the workplace and economic wellbeing|
|Thursday||The NHS and other key workers|
|Friday||National and Local government|
|Saturday||All who are grieving, and all suffering with physical and mental ill-health|
A PRAYER FOR ALL THOSE AFFECTED BY CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19)
Keep us, good Lord,
under the shadow of your mercy.
Sustain and support the anxious,
be with those who care for the sick,
and lift up all who are brought low;
that we may find comfort
knowing that nothing can separate us from your love
in Christ Jesus our Lord
Become a member
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