Welcome - Welcome to Fr Rhys Jenkins who is presiding for us today. Many thanks to Mike Cook for preaching today.
Weekday Services - No evening masses this week - morning masses on Tuesday and Wednesday will be as normal. Thanks in advance to Fr Chris Lee for covering these.
Covid Risks Update - We are advised to review and look again at our public acts of worship. Consequently, our risk assessment states people must adhere to social distancing and so go straight to their chair and at the end of the service leave orderly. Recent suggestions are that people leave row by row rather than all at once. Once outside in the carpark, catch ups and some fellowship is possible because it is much safer in terms of infection rates and chances of the coronavirus spreading.
Lent Course - With the growth of online worship and formation there are many Lent courses and retreats available for people to follow and pray. There are a list of these available to choose from on our website. We will follow our pattern from last year and explore an Easter Course or Book Group and hopefully restrictions will have been eased to allow us to do this in person by then.
Stations of the Cross - Are now available to be played during the season of Lent. Stations are available from St Saviour’s and also St German’s. Many thanks to Brian Williams for his recording of Cesar Franck’s ‘Stations’ for this recording.
Charity Face Masks - These masks are made to order. All proceeds go to our church charity - Sight Direct 2020. Please see Angela for costs and details.
Faith QI - Next meets on St Patrick’s day 17 March at 7pm via zoom. Each evening we explore a different topic related to our faith and spirituality - sometimes prayer, sometimes philosophy, sometimes theology. At the heart of it is a desire to understand and deepen our own faith. Recently Departed - Irene Fawcett, Ivy Marshall RIP
Here can be a found a copy of the news items of events and services taking place in each of our churches. Sometimes there is overlap (baptisms, visiting the sick, pilgrimages etc) but mostly events are pertain mostly to one place.