8th January 2021 – Following a joint PCCs meeting this morning, we have decided that, given the current situation with COVID,
both churches will suspend public worship for the immediate future. Services will continue on zoom and by phone at 9.30am each Sunday. Details are on our Worship page. Everyone is most welcome to join us.
Both churches will remain open for private prayer on Sundays and Wednesdays.
out of your great generosity you brought the world into being and gave it life.
Then you gave it yourself, on the cross of human suffering. Such priceless, painful, giving!
Did you invite us here to show us that? Then show it to us once more, O God! Show us a different kind of world, a different cost of living, where the pain will not be eased by the money we spend on ourselves, but by the way we spend ourselves for others, and the way we value life.
Eternal God, out of your great generosity, make us generous; bring us into being. Amen
making life alive, Moving in all things, root of all creative being, Cleansing the cosmos of every impurity, Effacing guilt, anointing sounds.
You are lustrous and praiseworthy life. You waken and re-awaken everything that is.
We are people of courage.
We are not people who protect our own safety:
we are people who protect our neighbours’ safety.
We are not people of greed:
We are people of generosity.
We are your people God,
giving and loving,
wherever we are,
whatever it costs
For as long as it takes
wherever you call us.
The UK Blessing
Here is a collection of the songs we have used on our Zoom services, to play again just click the button.
Morning Service – 17th January 2021
Now that we cannot now meet for coffee in the churchyard after the Sunday morning services because of the RULE OF SIX we have instead, setup a Zoom coffee morning which will take place at 11am, here are the login detail for zoom and by telephone:
Sunday Morning Coffee (11:00)
Best wishes Gina
"Thought for the Week" discussion group
Gina has setup a “Thought for the week discussion group” to talk about the sermon from the previous Sunday.