Church of England Diocese of Norwich Ringland

Service list for w/c 6th June 2021

5 Jun 2021, 6:30 p.m.
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The following services will be available via the St Ed's Facebook page or by attendance (as stated below):

Sunday 6th June 9.30am Holy Communion (at St Eds and livestream)

Sunday 6th June 11.00am Morning Prayer – Jane Dryden (at St Peter’s)

Sunday 6th June 11.15am Sunday Morning Worship (outside at St Eds and livestream)

Sunday 6th June 6.30pm Sunday Club (livestream)

Tuesday 8th June 10am Tiny Tunes (music for all young people) (livestream)

Tuesday 8th June 7:30pm Reflection with Compline (at St Peter’s)

Wednesday 9th June 9am Midweek Moments! (livestream)

Wednesday 9th June 10.30am Holy Communion Rev Phil/Rev Paul (at St Ed’s)

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'.

Everyone welcome.


Attended services we now have a 9.30am service at St Ed’s weekly, a Wednesday 10.30am service at St Ed’s and services fortnightly at St Peter’s. We are trialling a period where it is not necessary to sign up in advance. Just come along!

Details For Informal Worship Sunday 6th June

We will be outside St Eds this week so that a maximum of 30 people can come along.

You will need to bring a Chair, a Picnic, a Drink and suitable dress for the weather, even if it rains!

If you would like to come and join us please can you book in by sending us a direct message via facebook so we can make sure we do not exceed 30 people.

You can of course stay in the comfort of your own home and watch online as well!

Reflection with Compline We are hoping to reinstate our times of reflection followed by Compline on Tuesday evenings. These will now be held at St Peter’s Ringland, and will begin fortnightly on Tuesday 8th June at 7.30pm. Everyone welcome!

Ringland: future services at St Peter’s:

Sunday 20th June 11.00am Holy Communion

Tuesday 22nd June 7:30pm Reflection with Compline

Churches Count on Nature is running aLove Your Burial Ground week’ from Saturday 5th June – Sunday 13th June 2021. We are invited to use the week to organise events involving making a record of wildlife in our churchyards. If you are interested in helping to organise events (maybe a wildlife trail for children/sponsored count for adults?) and to register for St Ed’s and/or St Peter’s Churchyards please let Rev Paul know. It would be great to have a ‘Wildlife Ambassador’ for each Churchyard!

St Ed’s Plant Sale – Our plant sale at St. Edmund’s started on Saturday 29th May and will continue whilst we have plants to sell. If you have plants to spare, please bring them along for sale and then buy some from our selection too! Proceeds for church funds.

Congratulations! To Jane Dryden who has just been accepted as a Butterfly Volunteer at the Norfolk & Norwich Hospital, working with end of life patients and the bereaved. Jane was selected after training, and is one of four Butterfly Volunteers.

Our Local Foodbank are needing to re-site their storage shed immediately, and our PCC has approved the area of the churchyard next to the existing shed. The Foodbank has also been offered an upright freezer, but it will not fit in the shed. Does anyone have any space or ideas where the freezer could be kept (access will be needed), please? Any ideas please let Rev Paul know.

Val’s Ordination is on Sunday 27th June at 9.30am at the Cathedral. Please pray for Val, Richard, Jenny and Helen as Val makes this exciting step.

We are hoping to livestream the service into St Ed’s on that morning – so our services in church will consist of the Ordination service, which apparently will take place at 9.30am for Val’s group, and then again at 11.00am. More details when we have them!

Julian Bryant’s Bike Ride Challenge

In ten days time I am taking up the challenge to cycle 200 miles in a day around the borders of Norfolk. Please sponsor the ride for Christian Aid if you can so that malnourished children will receive food parcels, communities can build soap and hand washing stations, wear PPE when helping others and much more in communities including those in India, Syria and Ethiopia impacted by COVID. Follow the link