Although we have now been able to resume public worship in church we are continuing to put our recorded services online so that we can all worship together – whether in church or online, and at 10 am on Sunday morning or some other time.
The Vicar, Maureen Hobbs, and the Director of Music and Organist, Greg Lewin, explain the process involved in putting these services – and the virtual choir – together on the How to build Worship on the Web page.
These videos are available on our YouTube channel as well as through this website.
The service for Sunday 11th April will be in two parts.
The first part is a Worship on the Web Service led by the Youth Group. That will be available from 10 am.
This service for the second Sunday of Easter is led by the Youth Group, who usually lead our worship in the evening of the second Sunday of the month.
The music is provided from their own homes by members of the Youth Group and the church choir, under the direction of our Director of Music and Organist, Greg Lewin.
The second part of the service will be streamed live from the church starting at 10.40 am.
This service of Holy Communion follows the showing of the Worship on the Web service in church. It will include special prayers following the death of HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. It should start at about 10.40 am and will be streamed live for those who are not able to attend in church.
Daily prayer is streamed live on Facebook. This is normally both Morning Prayer at 8.30 am and Compline (Night Prayer), except on Fridays, at 9.30 pm.
The latest one can be found on the Church Facebook page.