Update in respect of COVID19
Recent announcements from the UK Government have indicated that it is now possible for public services to resume, albeit with restrictions.
It is important to note that the church considers the Government guidance to be permissive not prescriptive. Each parish/benefice will decide within the guidance for itself what it feels is appropriate and safe. The parish/benefice may decide if stricter guidance is called for.
In our benefice this means:
The Standing Committee has decided that it would be appropriate to have a service on 5th July in line with government and Church of England guidelines but within the limitations of St. Peter’s Church. The service will be reviewed by the PCC on 14th July.
The PCC have decided to hold a service on 12th July and to review shortly after. They will be looking at their own setting and the experience gained in Inkberrow.
The PCC will be meeting with a view to holding a service on 26th July.
St Nicholas is not currently considering holding public worship.
The current offering of on-line recorded reflections and services on Wednesday and Sunday will continue as well as Zoom Church @11. The above church services will be in addition to the current offering and will start at 9am under strict rules.
Whilst each church will do its utmost to clean the church in preparation for the service, no one should feel obliged to attend. Numbers will be strictly limited and on a first come first served basis, face covering is recommended and if you are considered vulnerable you should consider not attending no matter how careful we are we cannot guarantee your safety. Your attendance will be registered on arrival for tracking and tracing purposes. There will be no exceptions.
We continue to pray for eveyone in the community as lockdown requirements are eased, however we acknowlege this continues to be a difficult time for many, so if you have any specific prayer requests or require support from the church, please either send an email or telephone or drop it through the letterbox of The Vicarage
5th Sunday of Trinity Pre-recorded Service @ 10am, 12 July 2020
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5th Sunday of Trinity Zoom Church @ 11am, 12 July 2020
If you wish to join our zoom service, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 07498 550592 to obtain access code. Please note that these login in details will remain the same each week.
Midweek Reflection, Wednesday 8th July 2020
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We are a friendly and active group of Christians, privileged to worship and serve in a beautiful rural setting. We welcome people from all backgrounds. Whether you are a life-long Christian, a newer Christian, or simply exploring the concept of faith, we would love to get to know you. Please do come and join us at any service or event, or contact us for information or assistance.
From traditional to contemporary, we share in a wide range of worship, in both formal and informal settings.
We advocate unity in diversity and celebrate the different talents and backgrounds of our congregation.
Our desire is for Jesus to be at the centre of all of our worship. We strive to come before God in spirit and in truth, ready to receive His love and His will for our lives.
With activities ranging from children’s groups to a monthly luncheon club, from the friendship and community of cell groups through to individual listening and bereavement support, we aim to serve our local villages and offer something for everyone.
Whether you’d like to get involved as a member of the team, or make use of any of our services, please do get in touch.