First Post-Lock Services within Church

After 14 weeks of lock-down it was a joyful time being together with those who were able to make it to our two socially distanced communion services yesterday (Saturday 4th July).

We look forward to a time when we can all regularly meet together physically as a church family, but for now we’re concentrating on drawing the family together digitally on Facebook at 10am every day.

Thy Kingdom Come : 21st – 31st May

Thy Kingdom Come is a worldwide prayer initiative beginning on Ascension Day (Thursday 21st May) running through until Pentecost (Sunday 31st May). We have taken part in this for the past few years, but for obvious reasons, this year, everything will be done on-line.

We will be offering a new morning prayer at home service each week day at 10.00 am, live-streamed via Facebook and also available here.  The accompanying service booklet to allow you to join in is available here.

We will also be offering an Evening Prayer each midweek evening, which will be led by different people and take a variety of forms; this will be available each day from 7.00 pm, again initially on Facebook and also available here.

We are also planning 24 hour prayer to take place in our homes from 7.00 pm Sunday 24th May  until 7.00 pm Monday 25th May; further details will be announced next week.   You may like to visit the Thy Kingdom Come website (click here) for further information and prayer resources.