CHURCH OPEN and CHURCH ONLINE – INFORMATION

Now the restrictions are lifting a little, I am pleased to announce that we are able to hold simple communion services on a Sunday afternoon in St Peters and Blessed Mary with the opportunity for prayer and reflection. Please note that the maximum number possible for St Peter’s is around 36 and Blessed Mary around 22 (up to 50 and 30 respectively with a number of couples/families). You would be welcome to join us and we will give instructions on arrival of how everything can work safely.

Please also note that if you are aged 70 and over, regardless of medical conditions, the advice from the  Government and the Church of England is to stay at home as much as possible and, if you do go out, to take particular care to minimise contact outside your household. However, if having taken note of this advice and having considered your own personal circumstances, you wish to attend a Service, then you will be very welcome”

Revd James Hunt

Our main morning services will be continuing online where a number of key aspects are not yet possible: larger numbers, singing and social interaction. This maybe the case for sometime unless restrictions are eased further. In light of this, we are developing ideas of how we can all be supported more in the coming months, for example through greater participation in small groups. We will keep you informed of any further changes as things develop into August and September.

Streamed Services

You can join us or watch back via our face book page or our you tube channel:

Facebook pageor YouTube

‘9 am Live’ – A time to worship God in a more traditional and reflective way using familiar Anglican words, prayers, hymns and music. All are welcome.1st 2nd 3rd and 5th Sundays – Communion  4th Sunday – Morning Worship 

This week’s  Service sheet can be found here: Sunday 5th July 2020 – 9am – CW Communion – Revd JH

10:00-10:20 am ‘Crossover Coffee’ (via Zoom)

’10:30 am Online’ – A time to worship God in an informal way to include all and especially families with parents, children and young people. The services vary with activities, conversations with different people, worship songs, bible readings, talk, prayers and church/community news.4th Sunday – Communion   

‘Sung Evensong @ 6:30 pm’ – 2nd Sung Evensong     4th Said Evensong

‘Wednesdays @ 10 am’ – A time to meet with others (via Zoom) for a simple varied weekly service. If you would like to join in please contact Revd Jane Beloe at: janiebeloe@gmail.com  01489 860452

 

Services in St Peter’s and Blessed Mary

Communion @ 4 pm (St Peter’s 5th and 19th July; Blessed Mary 12th and 26th July) – A simple communion service in church with the opportunity for prayer and reflection.

Morning Prayer – St Peter’s 8:45 am Mon-Fri; Blessed Mary Mondays 8:30 am

 

The Jesus Way: Resource materials can be found here:

The-Jesus-Way-Small-Group-Study-Guide

The Jesus Way Teaching Material

 

If you would like to access the videos and have a book please contact James jameshunt1966@gmail.com or 01489 892 618

Weddings, Baptisms and Funerals: Weddings can now take place (up to 30 people); Baptisms will be taking place at a later date; If you have lost a loved one please contact Revd James at: jameshunt1966@gmail.com or 01489 892 618

Support and Help: please contact Di Hunt and Liz Webb at: stpbm.help@gmail.com or 01489 892 618

Parish News Magazine: for the the latest news and articles at the moment please read our Parish News Magazine Parish News Magazine June July 2020

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