CORONAVIRUS UPDATE 3 24th March 2020 FROM THE ARCHDEACON’S OFFICE (Previous updates have been emailed: Update 1 on 20th March 2020 and Update 2 on 23rd March 2020) Dear Clergy, Churchwardens, LLMs, Deanery Lay Chairs and Bishop’s Council members I enclose a letter from the Archbishops and Bishops which sets out the Church of England’s response to the… Continue reading CORONAVIRUS (ARCHDEACON’S OFFICE) UPDATE:3 (24th March 2020)
It occurred to me that King David knew a thing or two about finding God in period of isolation. Here are a couple of examples. David as the youngest son of a large family was given the job of shepherd of his father’s flock. Whilst his seven older brother feasted at the family table, David… Continue reading Thoughts on Isolating (Coronavirus)
In a video message recorded in response to the coronavirus pandemic, Bishop Paul says there are difficult days ahead but the church will find practical ways to respond with kindness and care to people in need.He said that in times like these the people of God respond with prayer not despair.Click here to watch the… Continue reading Bishop Tony’s Message on Coronavirus
In the light of the Prime minister’s broadcast tonight, the church will no longer be open for prayer. We will all be praying hard at home. I feel that the spirit of the very urgent need for isolation is best served by not continuing to open the church. We take this action with a heavy… Continue reading Coronavirus Update (24/3/2020) – From our Rector
Due to the Coronavirus Emergency it has been decided to review activities at this church in light of the advice from Government and the Anglican Church on how to protect people. The following groups are suspended until further notice. The Lent Course Knit and Natter Group Messy Church
The above phrase was used by our two Archbishops in the letter instructing all Anglican churches to suspend all services until further notice to aid the fight against Covid19. They urge us during this period to transition from being a church that prays with people to a church that prays for people. As this is… Continue reading Coronavirus – A Different Way to Church
Due to the Coronavirus Emergency our Annual General Meeting has been postponed to a date later in the year. The date will be announced later.
We will running a quiz night with a ploughmans supper on March 14th. All proceeds will go towards the Tower Repairs Fund. Tickets £12.50 each