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 Family Service for Sunday 2nd August is available below.
A Family Service is usually held on the first Sunday of the month. Debbie Francis leads the Family Service for the first Sunday in August, which is based around the theme of a rainbow and what it means to us.
We’ve been seeing a lot of rainbows during lockdown so we explore the different colours in the rainbow and their meanings. We look at the story of Noah’s ark where God made His covenant to the world in the form of a rainbow. The hymns continue the theme of colour and, for those in church who are not allowed to sing, there is at least one hymn where they can join in with the actions.
As usual music is provided by the augmented church choir (recorded from their homes) under the direction of Greg Lewin, our Director of Music and Organist.
Daily prayer is streamed live on Facebook. This is normally both Morning Prayer at 8.30 am and Compline (Night Prayer) at 9.30 pm.
Between 27th July and 8th August there will only be Morning Prayer.
Below is the latest one – Morning Prayer on Wednesday 5th August.
Previous days are on the Worship on Facebook Live page.