These events occur regularly throughout the calendar year.
Sunday 09 May 2021, Sunday 23 May 2021, Sunday 13 June 2021, Sunday 27 June 2021, Sunday 11 July 2021, Sunday 25 July 2021, Sunday 08 August 2021, Sunday 22 August 2021, Sunday 12 September 2021, Sunday 26 September 2021, Sunday 10 October 2021, Sunday 24 October 2021, Sunday 28 November 2021, Sunday 12 December 2021 at 9 a.m. for 30m
When you arrive at the church you will be welcomed, invited to sanitise your hands and shown where to sit. You will need to give your name and contact telephone number and you need to keep you face mask in place through the whole service. You will be given a prayer book. We start the service by saying sorry to God for the things we have said and done that have hurt or wounded others or ourselves. We then say a psalm which is a sort of poem/song from the OT that Jesus would have used in his worship. We then listen to readings from the Old and New Testaments of the Bible interspersed with two more songs from the Bible called the Magnificat and the Nunc Dimittis. There is a sermon of about 10-15 minutes and then prayers for the needs of the church, the world, our community, and those who have asked for personal prayer if they are poorly or bereaved. A collection plate is at the back of church for donations for the work of the church. The whole service lasts about 30 minutes.
Sunday 30 May 2021, Sunday 29 August 2021, Sunday 31 October 2021 at 9 a.m. for 30m
This is a special service where we share bread and wine in our own homes, but which is not blessed by a priest. An agape is literally a sort of meal, and our service is a symbol of that. There are also Bible readings, hymns and prayers with a short homily. The service lasts about 35 minutes.