Wednesday, 30 September 2020. Strict social distancing will be enforced. Face masks may, or may not, be required.
WELCOME TO ST MARY’S ….. The Church is now be open on Thursday mornings (9.30am – 12.30pm) for private prayer, and on Sundays at 8am for Holy Communion and at 10am for the Parish Communion Service.
We need to continue with all the health and safety measures of hand sanitising on entry, keeping a 2m distance and having to sit where designated, and no singing or afterChurch coffee. Also, it is now compulsory to wear a face covering as we are indoors.
Message from Kathryn:
Dear friends, I am pleased to be able to let you know that the church will be open for Sunday 8am Holy Communion and 10am Parish Communion. Church will be a bit different as we will all have to keep to the health and safety measures of hand sanitising on entry, keeping a 2m distance and so having to sit where designated, and no singing or after church coffee. Also you may wish to wear a mask as we are indoors. It will be great to see you in reality, rather than on the screen!
With love and prayers, Kathryn
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Please note that telephone numbers should be prefixed with 01903.
The Rectory Office is now open on Thursday mornings 10am - 12 noon
Those in need in body, mind and spirit: Jeannie Watten; Gabriella; Trevor Taylor; Bob Minter; Sara Harden; Mollie and Colin Williams; Roger Powell; Wendy Cliffe, Dorothy Gill, Penny
The Annual Parish Meeting, delayed from April this year, will be held in the Church on Wednesday, 30 September 2020. Strict social distancing will be enforced. Face masks may, or may not, be required.
It would help us if you could let me know in advance whether you intend to be there. Thank you in advance.
Val Rice, Hon Sec, St Mary's PCC
Thursday, 24 September 9.00 am – 12.30 pm Church open for private prayer
The Church of England has a free phone line of comforting hymns, reflections and daily prayers, entitled ‘Daily Hope’. Just ring 0800 804 8044.
Kathryn would like all the congregation to spend some time in prayer at 10am on a Sunday morning, so that we are all praying together even though we are apart.
Please note the new links on the left hand side of this page beneath the 3 Heralds cover.
Please note also that we now have a new 'History' page, written by Martyn Freeman.