The following services will be available via the St Ed's Facebook page or by attendance (as stated below):
Note: There will no attended services at St. Edmund's on 27th but there will be a livestreamed service at midday.
Sunday 27th June 9.30am no service in the benefice - Val’s ordination at the Cathedral -. You can watch the service live by following this link : https://youtu.be/9NgB-J8jNGE
Sunday 27th June 12 noon Sunday Worship (livestream)
Sunday 27th June 6.30pm Sunday Club (livestream)
Tuesday 29th June 10am Tiny Tunes (music for all young people) (livestream)
Tuesday 29th June 11:30pm Wedding rehearsal (at St Ed's)
Tuesday 29th June 4:30pm Rspace (for details contact Rev Paul)
Wednesday 30th June 9am Midweek Moments! (livestream)
Wednesday 30th June 10.30am Holy Communion Rev Phil/Rev Paul (at St Ed’s)
Wednesday 30th June 12noon Wedding (at St Ed's)
Thursday 1st July 2.00pm to 5.00pm Strawberry Tea in Aid of Syrian Refugees in the garden of Deidre Porter, 23 The Street, Taverham. Please E mail Stella on [email protected] to book.
Friday 25th June 9:30 to 12 noon St Eds Art Group (at Trinity Church)
Additionally at 8am daily (daily except Wednesday and Sunday) we will be posting a ‘Daily bitesize prayer’ on the St Ed's Facebook page
Watch live if you are able --- or join later on 'catch up'.
Strawberry Tea in Aid of Syrian Refugees on Thursday 1st July from 2.00pm to 5.00pm in the garden of Deidre Porter, 23 The Street, Taverham. In support of Syrian refugees being helped to settle in the area by the Mothers Union. If Covid restrictions are still in place there will be two sittings. Please E mail Stella on [email protected] to book.
St Ed's Craft Group meets on Fridays at 9.30am - 12.00 noon at Trinity Church. Everyone is welcome - bring anything – art or craft - you fancy doing and coffee and tea are provided. Cost £3.
Plant stall a huge thank you to everyone who supplied plants, and bought some, to Ann Coker for the idea of a plant stall, and to Sue Elmes for organising and managing the stall each day. We raised an amazing £305.37 for our ministry at St Ed’s. Thank you to everyone involved.
New pattern of worship from 4th July
As we begin to approach a time of more freedom in our worship and life as Christ’s people we are trying a new pattern of worship for St Ed’s and St Peter’s. This has come following a long period of prayer and discernment as to our needs and to enable our churches to grow, particularly as the community around us grows and changes.
The pattern will be reviewed by the PCC after six months.
All the following involve Sunday mornings at the churches. It is important to note a large proportion of our life and ministry now also takes place during the week. This Sunday pattern has been carefully developed to fit in with our weekday ministry.
Therefore from Sunday 4th July we will have :
8.00am Holy Communion once a month, probably at the end of each month
9.30am Mustard Tree - a new form of weekly informal worship particularly for families and children and those looking for more informality.
(10.30am Coffee time – an opportunity for relationship and fellowship for people from both services – once coffee is allowed)
11.15am Traditional weekly service with Holy Communion twice a month, others Service of the Word.
11.15am – Livestream on location – outside of the church building – in people’s homes, in the open, possibly at Ringland.
5th Sunday Gathering together - we will bring the livestream team into the 11.15am service, and 9.30am will mainly be a breakfast – to give everyone the opportunity to come together
6.30pm Sunday Club will remain as a livestream each week
St Peter’s will have one or two services on Sundays a month
We hope and pray this pattern will enable our fellowship and ministry on Sundays to grow and develop over the foreseeable future as we become accustomed to the changes brought about by the Pandemic and the developing forms of worship and discipleship that are encouraging us all to grow in faith in Christ.
Ringland: future services at St Peter’s:
Sunday 11th July 11.00am Morning Prayer – Jane Dryden