Worship and Fellowship (COVID-19)
FROM CHURCHES AROUND THE UK
US THIS LINK THE UK BLESSING
CORONAVIRUS - Virtual Worship and Fellowship
Due to the Coronavirus our Churches have to remain closed at the present and so our services will continue to be by phone or video link.
Please not that the Bishops Reflection is now on Virtual Worship and other events on this website
Words of the service Wednesday 1st July 10.00am
Link to audio of Service Wednesday 1st July
Link to audio of reflection by Alan Symonds
Words of reflection
to join zoom meeting for worship or tea use this link
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 781 317 8193
Or call 0330 606 0403 from your home telephone and when prompted put in the access code 769 354 followed by the # key. Calls are at local landline rates.
Or use the following link to access free conference call with no time limit.
Bishops Sunday Reflection now on Virtual Worship Page
Virtual Worship Evenings
These are being held fortnightly now next evening
9th and 23rd June
Please contact Chris Gollop on
If you wish to join in please contact
Jenny Gollop(firstname.lastname@example.org) or Chris Gollop (email@example.com)
Traditional Hymns on zoom from St Michael's
with James Turner at the Organ
These will be every two weeks beginning
Thursday 18th June and then Thursday 2nd July
The Zoom link for this is
ID: 976 227 6536 and Password 300752
Please let James know if you wish to take part and also so he can send you out words of the Hymns in advance.
We are still running “phone a friend” so please call Alan on 272029 if you would like a couple of telephone numbers of other Church members to chat to and get to know.
Irene Stone is running a prayer circle so contact her if you want to join firstname.lastname@example.org
The Church of England has introduced a Daily Hope Line which is a telephone number which you can call at any time day or night to listen to prayers, readings, hymns etc the number is 0800 804 804
The Archbishops and Bishops of the Church of England have agreed a three phase approach to removing the restrictions on the use of Churches. The phases are:-
Phase 1 An initial immediate phase allowing very limited access to church buildings for activities such as recording or streaming of services or private prayer by an Incumbent or an appointed person in their own parish, so long as the necessary hygiene and physical distancing precautions are taken.
Phase 2 Subsequently access for some rites and ceremonies when allowed by law, observing appropriate physical distancing and hygiene precautions.
Phase 3 Worship services with limited congregations meeting, when Government restrictions are eased to allow this.