Church of England Diocese of Lichfield St. Luke, Tittensor

These events occur regularly throughout the calendar year.

Friday

Bible Study

Every Friday at 7:30 p.m. for 40m

Anywhere; it's online on Zoom.

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St Luke's has gone online with Bible Study and is using Zoom. Every Friday at 7.30 p.m., Revd Noreen Russell is leading a 40 minute session where you get the chance to listen, have your say, ask your questions and help others. We are trying to understand the Bible better and what it is saying about us today. Everyone is exploring together and no question is "stupid"! See the Newsletter for how to contact Noreen for a link to the Zoom session or leave a message here and we'll get back to you. And if you're new to Zoom, so are most of the rest of us but we are finding a way through. A bonus: you get to chat as well as study. (-:

Refreshments Bible study Event held in a Community Space
Thursday

Zoom Worship in Tittensor on Thursday (ZWITT) - Coffee Shop

Every Thursday at 10 a.m. for 30m

It's on Zoom
Anywhere
United Kingdom

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Actually, you don't have to be in Tittensor at all! The much-missed Thursday morning worship and coffee morning, suspended since covid arrived, has moved online. Now on Thursdays at 1000 a.m., Reader Paul Graetz is hosting informal worship using Zoom. Grab your coffee and log in to see and listen to old friends and new; Thursday morning worship has a community feel to it, with a supportive group who make everybody welcome. You may not be in the physical presence of friends but there is the added bonus that you can brew your favourite coffee (or tea) as you worship and chat.

You can see the Zoom link in the Newsletter or email Paul at [email protected] for a Zoom link that will be your invitation to join in. The Newsletter also has contact details for if you find problems with Zoom; tip: experiment in advance!

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