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Tom has recorded a version of what he will say in this evening’s sermon.
Readings which we will hear this evening:
After Jesus was born in Bethlehem in Judea, during the time of King Herod, priest-kings from the east came to Jerusalem and asked, ‘Where is the one who has been born king of the Jews? We saw his star when it rose in the east and have come to worship him.’…
Due to the current lockdown restrictions there will be no public services or meetings at present.Please accompany the service from home every Sunday at 10am.
There will be weekly letters on Saturdays in preparation for the coming week and giving updates on developments.
The priest is available for pastoral conversations and Sacramental Consultations.
Recorded talk by Deborah Ravetz
The recording will be available from 8pm BST on 23rd October.
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As from 4th July, places of worship have been permitted to reopen in England. Scotland and Northern Ireland are now permitted to open as well. Each congregation has completed a risk assessment. You can see the guidelines we have adopted by following this link.
From the 8th August, it is a legal requirement to wear face coverings in places of worship.…
Whitsunday 31 May 2020 John 14, v. 23-31
Dear Christian Community,
Imagine a large room with a round table in the middle. A white cloth covers the table
and on it stands a tall, white candle. Around the table people are gathered; they are
sitting in circles, several circles, one behind the other, fanning out. There are some
four or six aisles or walkways between the chairs, raying out from the centre of the