Church of England Diocese of Oxford Combe

Tuesday Evening Prayer in Lent

Tuesday Evening Prayer in Lent: these weekly services (7:00pm) will combine 2 important elements of our Lenten programme for this year – worship and discussion. The Reading and Reflection each week will be taken from our shared book “The Little Book of Lent” (details on WBB website Lent page); these will be on the website with the order of service, and circulated with this email. At the end of the service there will be time for us to reflect on and discuss these. There will also be opportunities each week for other people to lead parts of the liturgy and I would love to hear from anyone who would be willing to do this (I shall be asking as well . . . ).

Tuesday Evening Prayer link:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85148658607?pwd=NlFQeGgwc003a3FDMXVnaVZlRi96UT09

Meeting ID: 851 4865 8607

Passcode: 167190

One tap mobile:

+442034815240,,85148658607#,,,,*167190# United Kingdom

+442039017895,,85148658607#,,,,*167190# United Kingdom

Dial from your home telephone:

0203 481 5240 United Kingdom

Meeting ID: 851 4865 8607

Passcode: 167190


Meeting ID and Passcode will change each week. Please do note that the call will be charged at the caller’s standard tariff.

Come and See: resources and materials are becoming available for this Diocesan initiative; I’ve had a sneaky preview and some of it looks very interesting. It’s not too late to sign up – go to oxford.anglican.org/come-and-see – and crucially this won’t commit you to anything except receiving emails during Lent with a short daily prayer, and reflection, and information about videos, etc. which are coming online. YOU will decide whether to read, watch or maybe share with friends or family. The resources are designed to be used on their own, in discussion groups, within parish YouTube worship etc., etc., and I think some of them will be really good. We are putting links on the website and may well be circulating items with our weekly email.

Give it a go – it won’t all suit everyone but we’re all free to use the Off switch whenever we choose!
Jenny