These events occur regularly throughout the calendar year.
Friday 31 July 2020, Friday 30 October 2020, Friday 29 January 2021, Friday 30 April 2021, Friday 30 July 2021, Friday 29 October 2021, Friday 31 December 2021 at 10 a.m. for 30m
The Rectory The Rectory, Market Hill, Colkirk NR21 7NU United Kingdom
At Colkirk Rectory, home of the Rector - see 'Get in touch'. Half an hour shared prayerful silence. 'There was silence in heaven for about half an hour.' Revelation 8:1. The contemplative style of prayer as practiced and promoted by Mother Julian of Norwich, 14/15th Century. Whenever there is fifth Friday in the month.
Covid update: will resume from 13th September 2020 with bread only (wafers). Hymn singing might also be precluded for the time being. With hymns. Refreshments in church afterwards. Communion means gathering in the presence of God's Spirit. Eucharist means thanksgiving (for the life of Christ).
HymnsRefreshments servedOrganRefreshmentsEucharist/Holy CommunionCommon Worship Event held in a Church
Compline means a short 'Evening' or 'Night Prayer'. An informal 20 minute gathering in the 'Lady Chapel' pew seating on the north / far side from the main door using traditional Prayer Book words. No hymns or music. Includes a brief period of open prayer and reflective quiet. Votive candles can be lit. Special prayer requests can be made. Led by the Rector.
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Communion / Eucharist
Every Wednesday at 10 a.m. for 30m
Church Road / Gorman's Lane intersection, Colkirk
Covid update: The service will take place as Morning Prayer (non-Communion) in July 2020. Communion - bread only (wafers) - will resume in August. Meeting in the Lady Chapel within the church. No hymns. Slighty scaled-down contemporary liturgy, often using the Prayer Book readings and collect for the week, or for a saint if applicable. Can be cold in winter, so plenty of layers advised!
Occasionally scheduled during Spring / Summer, or elsewhere across the Benefice. Traditional Prayer Book / Book of Common Prayer liturgy. No choir, but with hymns. Covid update: For the time being (2020) will occur as a 'said' service of Evening Prayer without hymn singing.
Book of Common PrayerEvening Worship/Prayer Event held in a Church