To address the physical well-being because of the transmission rates of the virus at present and the need to restrict contact and transmission from one household to another we will be ceasing public worship in the 3 Churches from Wednesday 6th January.

We will be continuing to mark the 12 days of Christmas and invite you to share in that with us.

This time is different to last time, but we will continue to focus our life together on our being with God in prayer, being with others in worship and care, and being with the rest of creation in service. We invite you to share the journey with us.

We are requesting that all who attend public worship in our Churches wear a face covering(unless they are in a group which is exempt from wearing them –see Government guidance or contact one of the Ministry team for details)

We are delighted to now be in a position to share with you our plans for re-opening our churches for public worship.

Since we last contacted you there have been a number of announcements.

I wonder how you are finding time slipping past? Sometimes it feels like we are caught in an endless loop of days – and then at other points you recognise how swiftly things have passed.
This week we keep Ascension Day (on Thursday 21st). It does not seem possible that Easter and our marking of the end of Holy Week was already 6 weeks ago.

It does not seem possible that it is only a fortnight ago that we sent out our last newsletter!
On one level it feels very recent, but on another it feels a long time ago. We hope you are managing to find a rhythm and pattern to your days and that all is well with you. You continue to be in our thoughts and prayers – and we continue to keep in touch by phone and email and we will continue to send a regular mailing to you.

We hope you had a good Easter! You have all been in our thoughts and prayers. Read Fr Bob’s greeting with useful links for information, prayer and a project!

We all love stories and each of us has a powerful story to tell about how we come to know God more and more and what our faith means to us

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