Services

In Church and Online

Conscious of the high prevalence of Covid at present we ask everyone coming to St Peter’s to consider whether they might have Covid. If you have any cold-like symptoms which could be Covid or have tested positive within last ten days (without having tested negative more recently) we would ask you to consider not coming until you are sure that you are Covid-free. The reason for this is that many in our congregation are elderly and therefore vulnerable and we want to keep everyone as safe as possible. Also, we will have a supply of masks on hand if any wish to avail themselves of this additional protection, along with hand sanitiser, and we will have many windows open to aid ventilation. We will as usual be broadcasting the service via Zoom!

Sunday 14th August

10:00 – Family Communion – Trinity 9

With president and preacher, Canon Bruce Hartnell, assisted by Stephen Collyer.
Join via Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86279494672?pwd=ZnZVaDRJUHRjVlpFWEcxQVkzeUd4Zz09

Wednesday 17th August

08:30 – Morning Prayer (said) with reflection

Led by Sue Clarke in the Chapel at St Peter’s.

Saturday 20th August

08:30 – Morning Prayer (said) with reflection

Led by Stephen Collyer in the Chapel at St Peter’s.


 

The Church of England – Daily Prayer

Each day, including tomorrow, the Church of England makes available the text and readings for Morning Prayer, Prayer During the Day, Evening Prayer and Night Prayer here: https://www.churchofengland.org/prayer-and-worship/join-us-service-daily-prayer

 

Other livestreamed worship services

Can be found through the A Church Near You website here: https://www.achurchnearyou.com/live-stream/?tags=Live_stream

 

There are of course many more opportunities for joining in online worship, and a you can find them by using your usual internet search engine.

 

The Church of England Daily Prayer services can be found here:
https://www.churchofengland.org/prayer-and-worship/join-us-service-daily-prayer