Sunday Worship

The following resources are to help us at this time in our church year. The links below will connect to PDF and audio files. Particularly with PDF files you may see them open up within your browser or possibly in ADOBE Reader (this is freely available). If you know someone who might like some of the resources but who doesn`t have access then please pass the resources on.

Lockdown Arrangements

Sunday Worship – 8am – Holy Communion – suspended

Sunday Worship – 10:30am – Holy Communion – no congregation – live streamed via Facebook

……… followed at 11:30am by Zoom meet up

Other Options

For home use link to Daily Prayer – select the required options (service, type, date) to follow that order of service.

Private Prayer – St Laurence`s Church is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays 10am to noon. 

For an alternative option St Marks have a live streamed service on Sunday`s at 10:30.

Here is a “Quiet Day” link for you to try

OLD Lockdown Arrangements

We will return to having two restricted services on Sunday. Owing to the current Covid-19 situation, church services are very different. We have worked out our maximum capacity using current guidelines and unfortunately it will not be possible to just ‘turn up’ to a service. If you would like to attend an 8am or 10:30am Sunday service then you will need to email Sarah on between the Monday and Thursday before the Sunday (please include a contact number and how many people will be attending in your party for track and trace purposes). You will then be allocated seating to which you will be directed on your arrival at church. Bookings will only be taken in the week leading up to the Sunday service. We ask that you consider all the members of our congregation, maybe only requesting a seat once a month at this present time. We are aware that not all our members have access to the internet so if you know someone this relates to please ask them to ring Marion so that she can let Sarah know.  Services will be shorter than usual because there can be no singing at the moment. Parishioners are asked to consider the welfare of those around them and if they show any signs of Covid-19 they are to get tested and NOT attend church.  Everyone attending a church service is asked to wear a face covering.