Rev Andy Hardwick
As we experience these extraordinary times of Coronavirus worldwide, we are not able to meet together in the normal way. Even our meeting together may be threatening to the health and wellbeing of others and so we need to adapt, to express faith and our care for each other in new ways. Most of our regular activities are suspended. We will keep in touch with each other by phone, email, letter, Facebook and so on and of course we will pray for each other.
intend to find ways of sharing fellowship and worship so please keep looking at
the church website to know what is going on.
Our worship on Sunday will be led by Mrs Margaret Geldart. The service which is beamed and recorded using Zoom video conferencing software, is open to all who wish worship with us in this way. Log-in details are sent each week to our regular Zoom congregation. If you would like to join us but do not know how, just let us know using the email form on our Contact page. Let us know if you need help and someone will get back to you. Click here to go to the Contact page.
You can are watch the recording of last Sunday's service. It can be viewed on our Facebook page and on the internet. Click here to view the service of Sunday 5 July.
Separately, you can download a service sheet for Sunday 12 July for anyone wishing to worship from home. It includes YouTube links for the hymns. Click here to download.Alternatively, you could join the service from John Wesley's Chapel, London, as it is streamed each week. One of the broadcasts begins at 11.00 am. Go to the church's live streaming page and follow links there to watch the service.
Praying for folk in need has been a feature of our services for time immemorial In these times, we no longer have the chance to write people's names in our Prayer Book. So, instead we invite you to use the email form on the Contact page to let us know for whom prayers are asked, with an indication of their needs. Names and needs will be passed to the members of the Prayer Circle who will maintain an unending chain of prayer. Use the same means if you would like to join the Prayer Circle.
If you would find it helpful for your daily devotions to have a prayer and a short bible study that changes each day, then please investigate the links below.
Black Lives Matter
"We are called to embody a gracious, loving spirit of inclusion and understanding. There is no excuse for racism. All people are made in God’s image. We are one body in Christ Jesus.".
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