I hope you and your family are all well.
Current developments, both national and for us locally, in the Coronavirus outbreak are very concerning for many reasons. At this stage I do not expect many changes in pattern of our Church’s life and worship which we have developed over the last few months, but I will keep you informed. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me.
Don’t forget to download the NHS Covid-19 app. There are QR codes around the Church and the Chapel by the hand sanitisers and you are encouraged to use them.
I am pleased to report that Gavin and his wife, Sharon, tested negative for the virus. However, Gill’s daughter, Joanne who lives with her and Glynis, has tested positive. This means that Gill and Glynis will have to self-isolate for the time being. Please pray for them all at this very unsettling time.
It also means that I will be presiding at the Communion services for the next two weeks. This week Simon will be preaching and assisting as Deacon. Next Sunday (4th October) will be Harvest Festival which we shall celebrate at 10.30am with a service in Church. Don’t forget to reserve your seat through Eventbrite early in the week.
However, on 11th October there will be no service in Church because Sally and I are having a few days holiday, hopefully in Anglesey. It will be our first break/holiday this year. That day there will be no service in Church. Gavin will be taking Morning Prayer on Facebook Live 10.30am along the same lines as we did for Sundays during Lockdown. So, there will be no need to reserve a seat!
This Sunday’s service is attached.
With God’s blessing,