Church of England Diocese of Norwich Norwich, St. George, Colegate

Lenten Online Schedule and Proposed Re-instatement of In-Person Worship from 1st April 2021

6 Mar 2021, noon
Church_news Lent Notices

Sadly, the Sunday services for public worship in St George Colegate and St George Tombland have been suspended temporarily, as are the regular weekday services.  On future Sundays, a service will be available on Zoom only.  For information on the proposed re-instatement of in-person worship, scroll down to the foot of this page.

The online schedule for services week commencing 8th March 2021

Informal online prayer will continue on Zoom, Monday at 8.30am.

Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday - Reflections sent out and published on website.

We are offering Morning and Evening prayer, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, on our YouTube channel:

https://www.youtube.com/stgeorgesnorwich

Thursday 11th March – Session 4 of the Lent Course on Zoom at 6:30 pm.  This year's Lent course is based on the book, A Beautiful Friendship: A Lent Course Based on Casablanca, written by Paul Kerensa and Zoë Young.

St George Colegate Church is open for private prayer each day from morning to dusk.

St George Tombland Church  is open for private prayer on Thursdays 10am to 2pm.

Sunday 14th March - Sung Eucharist at 10.30am on Zoom, followed by Zoom coffee social.

Please continue to check our 'Services and Events' page accessed from the main menu, or click the 'What's on' arrow on the home page.


LOOKING AHEAD: In-person worship.

After consultation amongst both PCC's (St George Colegate and St George Tombland) , it has been decided to reinstate in-person worship in the benefice on Maundy Thursday, 1st April. Naturally, the precautions against the coronavirus which were in place before lockdown still hold: the wearing of masks, social distancing, limited numbers, reception of Holy Communion under the form of bread alone, a prohibition on congregational singing, and no social gathering at the end. Those who do not yet feel ready to come back to church – for whatever reason– are invited to join in the services on Zoom. A more detailed schedule for Holy Week and Easter Sunday will be published next week.