Worship at All Saints - Service Archive 28/11/21-last Sunday

This is an archive of service materials from previous weeks in the current church year (Year C), which began on Advent Sunday 28th November 2021.

Previous materials can be found by following these links:

Services Advent 2020-Nov 2021 (Year B)
Services March 2020-Nov 2020 (Year A)

First Sunday after Trinity

National Service

Worship with us on the First Sunday after Trinity from @HolyTrinityChurchSC.

Rev Leanne Carr led the service with Rev Canon John Routh, who preached on 'Exploring trust in God in times of worry’.

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

Cathedral Services

Choral Eucharist 11.15 The Rev'd Jonathan Lloyd preached about the Holy Grail for the feast of Corpus Christi. The anthem was Pange Lingua to a setting by Bruckner.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services at All Saints

Our 10.00 am Family Eucharist explored the story of the Gaderene Swine. Presidet: Rev Jo. Preacher: Mrs Janet Bird. Music by Howells, Palestrina & Fleury. Our 18.30 evening service was Choral Compline. Music by Croft, Byrd and Dowland.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Collects and readings

Gloria
Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic or war.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Isabel Hurley and Rev Sally Dryden.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Dorothy Farrier, and all who mourn them.
  • In our Year's Mind we recall Elsie Welch, Joe Burt, Colin Merrick, Janet Taylor and Reginald Dye .

Trinity Sunday

National Service

Join us for a service for Trinity Sunday from St Barnabas, North Ealing, London.

Vicar, Rev Justin Dodd led us as we also mark the 5th Anniversary of the Grenfell Tragedy.

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

Cathedral Services

Choral Mattins 11.15 Join Rev'd Calum Zuckert this Trinity Sunday, where he preached about getting to know the Holy Trinity, Three, yet One. The anthem was Cherubic Hymn by Gretchaninoff.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services at All Saints

Our 10.00 am Parish Communion was a Parish Communion for Trinity President and Preacher: Rev Doug Loveridge. Music by Milner, Tchaikovsky, Palestrina & te Velde. Our 18.30 evening service was Choral Evensong. Music by Smith, Frith, Knight, Batten (4th Service), and Mathias.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Collects and readings

Gloria
Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic or war.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Isabel Hurley and Rev Sally Dryden.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Dorothy Farrier, and all who mourn them.
  • In our Year's Mind we recall Beryl (Cathy) Henderson, Clifford Marks, Stacey Osbourne, Colin Dear, Corinne Freeman, William Froude, Roy Adamson, Lily Walker, John Gosbee, Joyce Mole and Olive Phizacklea .

 

>Pentecost

National Service

Worship with us this Pentecost.

As we continue to celebrate Her Majesty The Queen's Platinum Jubilee, British Forces serving in the Middle East led this special service. 👑

Find out more at cofe.io/PentecostAndJubilee.

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

Cathedral Services

Choral Eucharist 11.15 On this double celebration of Pentecost and the Queen’s Jubilee, our Canon Chancellor preached about how our church and society is called to be like our new wild flower meadow. The Motet was "Listen, sweet dove" by Ives.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services at All Saints

Our 10.00 am Parish Communion was an "All the Family" Eucharist for Pentecost celebrating the Platinum Jubilee. President and Preacher: The Vicar. Music by Hewitt-Jones, Chimemelu and Walton. Our 18.30 evening service was a Taizé Service with hymns for Pentecost

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Collects and readings

Gloria
Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic or war.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Isabel Hurley and Rev Sally Dryden.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Ted Nourse, and all who mourn them.
  • In our Year's Mind we recall Phoebe Barker, Lucy Elliston and Cecil Cowles .

 

Seventh Sunday of Easter

National Service

Worship with us from St John's Sharow, wherever you are.

Rev Ruth Newton led this national on-line service, which explored the journey from Ascension to Pentecost.

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

Cathedral Services

Choral Eucharist 11.15 Join Revd Canon Dr Tim Bull who preached on salvation this week. The Motet was Ave verum corpus by Byrd.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services at All Saints

Our 10.00 am Parish Communion was themed 'I am coming soon'. President and Preacher: The Vicar. Music by Tambling, Blow, Byrd & Messiaen. Our 18.30 evening service was a service of Night Prayer with hymns for Ascensiontide

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Collects and readings

Gloria
Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic or war.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Isabel Hurley, Kathleen Gosby and Rev Sally Dryden.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Ted Nourse, and all who mourn them.
  • In our Year's Mind we recall Susan Carter and Emily Dyke .

Sixth Sunday of Easter

National Service

Join us from Lambeth Palace chapel for a national on-line service for @ThyKingdomCome.

Rev Canon Chris Russell, the Archbishop of Canterbury's Adviser for Evangelism and Witness, preached and led the service.

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

Cathedral Services

There were two services being streamed this Sunday: a Choral Eucharist at 11.15 and a Platinum Jubilee Service at 18.00 see Catehdral LiveStream webpage.

Choral Eucharist 11.15

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

Platinum Jubilee Service 18.00

Follow along with the order of service

 

Services at All Saints

Our 10.00 am Parish Communion was our Annual Civic Service themed'If ye love me, keep my commandments'. President and Preacher: Rev Alan Stewart. Music by Anon, Stopford & Widor. Our 18.30 evening service was Choral Evensong. Music by Frith, Stanford, Elgar and Bach.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Collects and readings

Gloria
Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic or war.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Isabel Hurley, Kathleen Gosby and Rev Sally Dryden.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Ted Nourse, and all who mourn them.
  • In our Year's Mind we recall Raymond Hodges, Ena Barton, Harry Garner, Marjorie Cook and Rauha (Vicky) Sinclair .

 

Fifth Sunday of Easter

National Service

All are welcome to join us on the Fifth Sunday of Easter for our national on-line service from All Saints Kings Heath, South Birmingham.

Assistant Curate, Rev Tariro Matsveru, led the service alongside Vicar of All Saints, Rev Canon David Warbrick, who preached on 'Learning to cherish.'

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

Cathedral Services

Parish Eucharist 9.30 This week, join Dean Jo Kelly-Moore, the Parish Singers and Parish Orchestra for Parish Eucharist for the Fifth Sunday of Easter.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services at All Saints

We thought about Love and Discipleship at our Family Eucharist at 10.00 am. President Rev Jo, Preacher Rev Doug Loveridge. Music by Messiaen, Nardone, Duruflé and Langlais. Our 18.30 evening service was Choral Compline. Music by Whitlock and Alcock, with much Plainsong.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Collects and readings

Gloria
Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic or war.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Isabel Hurley, Kathleen Gosby and Rev Sally Dryden.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Ted Nourse, and all who mourn them.
  • In our Year's Mind we recall Mollie Warner, Olive Wright, Harry Archer, Jack Durrant, John Feherty, Peggy Osbourne, Ann Seward, John Seard and Doris Davis .

 

Fourth Sunday of Easter

National Service

Worship with us on the Fourth Sunday of Easter from Church of the Good Shepherd, Leighton Buzzard.

Pioneer Minister, Rev Steve Marsh led our service, and Rev Alison Jackson, Development Officer, Reaching New People Team, The Diocese of St Albans preached on discipleship.

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

Cathedral Services

Choral Eucharist 11.15 This week, join Dean Jo Kelly-Moore as she considered that, knowing the truth of resurrection, life calls each of us to live our vocation. The Cathedral Girls Choir and Lay Clerks sang The Lord is my Shepherd by Howells.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services at All Saints

We celebrated 'Good Shepherd' Sunday with a Parish Communion at 10.00 am. President & Preacher Rev Jo. Music by Matthews, Weelkes and Slater. Our 18.30 evening service was Choral Evensong. Music by Frith, Bairstow, Stanford and Bach.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Collects and readings

Gloria
Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic or war.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Isabel Hurley, Kathleen Gosby and Rev Sally Dryden.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Ted Nourse, and all who mourn them.
  • In our Year's Mind we recall Kathleen Hawkey, James Barker and Brian Taylor .

Third Sunday of Easter

National Service

Join us from St Peter's and St James' Churches Hereford for A Service for the Third Sunday of Easter.

Heather Martin, Youth and Digital Lead, and Rev Luke Aylen, Curate at St Peter's and St James' Churches Hereford, led the service. Rev Andy Morgan preached on 'Hope and Transformation through Christ.'

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

Cathedral Services

Choral Eucharist 11.15 The Revd Jonathan Lloyd Precentor preached on 'Fishers of Men'. The motet was Rise up my Love by Willan.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services at All Saints

We held an 'All the Family' service at 10.00 am looking at Jesus' call to us all to be 'Fishers of men'. Activities for children during and after the service along with coffee and chat. We celebrated Choral Communion at 6.30 pm. President & Preacher Rev Jo. Music by Willan, Ford & Harris.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Collects and readings

Gloria
Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic or war.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Isabel Hurley, Richard Day and John Fenwick.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Ted Nourse, and all who mourn them.
  • In our Year's Mind we recall Norah Jackson, Hilda Senton, Ethel Welch, David Graves, Hilda Graves and Matthew Lawlor .

Second Sunday of Easter

National Service

An service for Low Sunday, from The Benefice of Trelawny in the Diocese of Truro.

Rev Richard Allen led this week's service, and preached on The Resurrection.

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

Cathedral Services

Choral Eucharist 11.15 This Second Sunday of Easter we continued in our 50-day celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. Revd Jonathan Lloyd explored the Gospel reading from John, looking at why Thomas is an excellent model for all disciples to follow. The motet was Exultate Deo by Scarlatti.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services at All Saints

We celebrated at 10.00 with a Parish Communionm. President & Preacher Rev Jo. Music by Tomkins, Palestrina & Guilmant. This was followed by our Annual Meetings at 11.30 in church and a 'Bring & Share' lunch

There was a said Evensong at 18.30.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Collects and readings

Gloria
Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic or war.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Isabel Hurley, Richard Day and John Fenwick.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Ted Nourse, and all who mourn them.
  • In our Year's Mind we recall John Creasey, Doris Martin, Francis Robinson, Kenneth Pearce, Elsie Wright, Harry Clements and John Fawcett.

 

Easter

National Service

An Easter Day service, from Trinity Church North Ormesby.

The Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell preached on The Resurrection, and was joined by The Revd Bridget Woodall.

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

Cathedral Services

Choral Eucharist 11.15 The Bishop of St Albans preached on this glorious Easter Day. Taverner's Dum transisset sabbatum was sung by the Cathedral Choir and Lay Clerks.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services at All Saints

We celebrated Easter Day at 10.00 with a Family Eucharist and Baptism. President & Precaher Rev Jo. Music by Bach, Carter, Wesley & Widor with all the usual Easter Day Hymns.

There was also be a said Evensong at 18.30.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Collects and readings

Gloria
Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic or war.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Isabel Hurley, Richard Day and John Fenwick.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Maurice Champ, and all who mourn them.
  • In our Year's Mind we recall Elsie Rowan, Peter Stubbs and John Courtney.

 

Holy Week

National Services

Women of Holy Week

Women of Holy Week is a series of nine stories about nine different, but interlinked, women written by Paula Gooder, originally as Holy Week, Easter and Ascension Day reflections for Southwark Cathedral in 2021. A set of nine podcasts.

At the Foot of The Cross

Immerse yourself in our special virtual reality 360 service, 'At The Foot of The Cross', from Bristol Cathedral.

As we journey through the days of Holy Week, may this service help you to pause and reflect on the meaning of Easter.

This video is presented in 360 degrees, for interactive viewing on virtual reality headsets, smartphones and tablets, or your computer.

With your smartphone, simply move your phone around as if you were there controlling a camera. On a computer, click and drag on the video, or use the arrow keys.

Remember to look all around you, including upwards to catch a glimpse of the ceiling, or the intricate windows casting light behind you.

Cathedral Services

Join the Cathedral community for a variety of service during Holy Week.
  • Reflections and compline on Holy Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday with the Dean as she considers the 'I AM' sayings of our Lord from 20.00 each evening
  • Chrism Service 11am Maundy Thursday
  • Maundy Eucharist at 20.00
  • Three Hour Devotion on Good Friday from 12.00

Services at All Saints

We mark Maundy Thursday (14th) with a Choral Communion and stripping of the Altars at 20.00. Music by Darke, Gjeilo, Duruflé, Mawby & Howells.

On Good Friday we will hold a All-Age Family Service at 9.30 with activities, songs and Hot-Cross buns. We will also spend an Hour at the Foot of the Cross at 14.00. Music by Bull, Sanders, Poulence, Bach and all the usual Good Friday hymns along with poetry and readings from the Bible

Palm Sunday

National Service

An on-line service for Palm Sunday, from St Johns Goole in Diocese of Sheffield.

Curate, Rev Joshua Blunt leads the service, and Rev Hannah Patton, Vicar, St John’s Goole is preaching.

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

Cathedral Services

Choral Eucharist and Blessing of Palms at 11.15 Join us for worship this Palm Sunday, the first day of Holy Week. The palms are blessed as we remember Jesus’s entrance into Jerusalem and his death on the cross. The Cathedral Choir sing the Gospel of the Passion.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services from All Saints

Our 10.00 am Parish Communion for Palm Sunday marks our Lord's Entry into Jerusalem and includes a dramatised version of the Passion Narrative. Music by Bach, Hutchings, Croce & Bednall.

At 18.30 there will be a Meditation for Palm Sunday with readings and music by Bach, Palestrina, Anerio & Dupré.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Collects and readings

Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic or war.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Bob Toll, Peter Norman, Russell Savory, Isabel Hurley and John Fenwick.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Janet Ellis, Maurice Champ, and all who mourn them.
  • In our Year's Mind we recall Myrtle Blair, Cyril Bell and Arthur Poulter.

Fifth Sunday of Lent

National Service

This week, on the Fifth Sunday of Lent, join us in Coventry Cathedral.

The Revd Canon Kathryn Fleming, Sub Dean and Canon for Worship and Community, led the on-line service, and the Rt Rev Dr Christopher Cocksworth, Bishop of Coventry, preached on 'Justice in the Shape of a Cross.'

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

Cathedral Services

Choral Eucharist at 11.15 On this fifth Sunday of Lent, we reflected on the Passion of Christ and his journey of suffering. Revd Calum Zuckert preached about the cost of faith, and the anthem was Villette's Ave Verum Corpus, sung by the Cathedral Girls Choir and Lay Clerks.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services from All Saints

Our 10.00 am 'All the Family Service' was led by the Howarth Family with the story of Mary & Martha. Music by Vierne, Chilcott & Wammes.

Rev Bill Church celebrated Choral Communion at 18.30. Music by Langlais, Palestrina, Gibbons & Bach.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Collects and readings

Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic or war.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Bob Toll, Peter Norman, Russell Savory, Isabel Hurley and John Fenwick..
  • We remember those who have died, especially Don Allum, Janet Ellis, Maurice Champ, and all who mourn them.
  • In our Year's Mind we recall Brenda Jones, Charles Phipps, Betty Chapman and Lucy Fathers .

Fourth Sunday of Lent

National Service

Worship with us today, the Fourth Sunday of Lent, with an on-line service from the Diocese of Canterbury.

Rev Dr Jonathan Arnold, Director of Communities and Partnerships led the service, and Darren Howie, Founding Director of Sacred Bean Coffee preached on 'Justice as Encounter.

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

Cathedral Services

Parish Eucharist at 9.30 This Mothering Sunday, Fr Calum preached on returning to Church and to God and the celebration that is at the heart of our faith. The motet was Goodall's The Lord is My Shepherd.

Follow along with this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services from All Saints

Our 10.00 am special Family Eucharist for Mothering Sunday was led by Rev Jo with a number of our children Music by Vierne, Carter, Rutter & Karg-Elert.

Our choir sang Choral Evensong at 18.30. Music by Bairstow, Batten, Bullock & Moore.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Collects and readings

Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Bob Toll, Ray Watkins, Arnaud, Peter Norman, and Russell Savory.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Don Allum, Janet Ellis, Maurice Champ, Wynne Hersey-Walker and all who mourn them.
  • In our Year's Mind we recall Linda Little, Anthony Bentley, Frederick Logsdail, Ronald Manser, Kenneth Warner and James Furlong .

Third Sunday of Lent

National Service

Worship with us today, the Third Sunday of Lent, with a service of Holy Communion, from churches working with the Centre for Theology and Community in east London and the City.

Director at the Centre for Theology and Community, Fr Angus Ritchie, led the national on-line service and preached on 'Believing in the Cross'.

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

Cathedral Services

Choral Mattins 11.15 This Sunday Revd Tim Lomax preached on seeking after the compassion and mercy of God and how opening ourselves up to these characteristics of God transforms our thinking and our purpose. This week's anthem was Sicut Cervus by Palestrina.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services from All Saints

Our 10.00 am Family Eucharist was led by Rev Jo. Music by Farrant, Palestrina & J.S.Bach.

Our choir will sang Choral Compline at 18.30. Music by Byrd, with much plainsong (and candles!).

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Collects and readings

Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Bob Toll, Ray Watkins, Arnaud, Peter Norman, and Russell Savory.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Pauline Meakins, Don Allum, Maurice Champ, Wynne Hersey-Walker and all who mourn them.
  • In our Year's Mind we recall Rev Reginald Haw, Margaret Wilford, Joan Smithers, William Hunter, Anthony James and John Larroude .

Second Sunday of Lent

National Service

From Exodus to Liberation> Worship with us on the Second Sunday of Lent, as our service comes from St Paul's Church Scotforth in Lancaster, and the Church Urban Fund. Rev Dr Rebecca Aechtner, the Vicar at St Paul's Church, Scotforth led the national on-line service with Rev Canon Dr Anderson Jeremiah, Lancaster University, who also preached.

Rachel Whittington, Group Chief Executive, Church Urban Fund & Averil Pooten Watan, Churchwarden, St Barnabas and St James The Greater, London, both also shared in the service.

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

Cathedral Services

Choral Eucharist 11.15 This Sunday we continued on our lenten journey looking at returning to God, as Reader Margaret Stratton preached on the Gospel image of God as the Mother hen protecting her chicks. This week's motet was O Saviour of the world by Howells.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services from All Saints

Our 10.00 am Parish Eucharist was also a Civic Service, attended by Cllr Bob Dearing, Mayor of Hertford and many dignitaries from acros the county. Preacher: Rev Robert Thompson, Mayor's Chaplain. Music by Vierne, Farrant, Byrd & Bach

Our choir sang Choral Evensong at 18.30. Music by Byrd Second Service, Battishill O Lord, look down from heaven and J.S.Bach.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Collects and readings

Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Bob Toll, Ray Watkins, Arnaud, Peter Norman, and Russell Savory.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Pauline Meakins, Kwasi Abrefa, Don Allum, Maurice Champ, Wynne Hersey-Walker and all who mourn them.
  • In our Year's Mind we recall James Morris, Mary Cooper, Joan (Joanna) Bromley, John Hedley and Cheryl Lenaghan .

First Sunday of Lent

National Service

Dr Sue Jones, Dean of Liverpool Cathedral, led this national on-line service on 'Justice in Creation', and the sermon was from Dr Ruth Valerio, Global Advocacy and Influencing Director, Tearfund.

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

Cathedral Services

Choral Eucharist 11.15

Join Revd Tim Bull preaching this week.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services from All Saints

Our 10.00 am All the Family Service, led by younger members of the congregation was themed Temptation in the Wilderness "Temptation in the Wilderness" based on Luke 4.1-13. We learnt about temptation through a special dramatic presentation The Telephone Calls and some great hymns and songs. Coffee chat and actvitie for children at the end.

Choral Communion at 18.30 develoeds the same theme. Music by Howells (Collegium Regale Communion Service and My eyes for beauty pine) and Demessieux (Hear us O Lord), marking the begining of Lent and @WomenComposerSunday.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Collects and readings

Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Zo Ford, Bob Toll, Ray Watkins, Kathleen Gosby, Peter Norman, Russell Savory, Maurice Champ and Wynne Hersey-Walker.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Andre Bleriot, Pauline Meakins, Kwasi Abrefa and all who mourn them.
  • In our Year's Mind we recall Patricia Vallance Whitaker, Nellie Maud Dye, Donald Roy Penny and Barbara Mary Penny .

Sunday next before Lent

National Service

Rev Robb Sutherland, from Holy Nativity Church Mixenden and Illingworth North Halifax, led the national on-line service and preached about The Transfiguration.

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

 

Prayer for Ukraine

In the light of this week's developments in Ukraine, The Bishop of Europe, Rt Revd Dr Robert Innes, brought an important message and led us in a time of prayer from 10.00 Sunday 27th.

 

Cathedral Services

Choral Eucharist 11.15

Join Revd Calum Zuckert preaching on what it means to reflect God's glory.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services from All Saints

Our Parish Communion at 10.00 am reflected on events in Ukraine and the story of the Transfiguration of our Lord. President Rev Jo, Preacher: Janet Bird. Music by Oley, Verbytsky (Ukraine national Anthem),Lord, Lauridsen and Buxtehude .

Choral Evensong at 18.30 explored the centrality of the Cross as explained by Jesus in John 12/27-36a. Music by Smith, Goss, Sumsion, Ireland and Stanford.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Gloria

Collects and readings

Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Zo Ford, Bob Toll, Ray Watkins, Kathleen Gosby, Peter Norman, Russell Savory, Maurice Champ and Wynne Hersey-Walker.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Andre Bleriot, Pauline Meakins and all who mourn them .

Second Sunday before Lent

National Service

Rev Richard Allen, from The Benefice of Trelawny, Cornwall, led the national on-line service, and preached about Jesus calming the storm.

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

 

Cathedral Services

Parish Eucharist 9.30

Join Revd Jonny Lloyd as he preached this week.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services from All Saints

Our Family Eucharist at 10.00 am was centered on the story of Jesus calming the storm with great hymns and choral music to match. President & Preacher: Rev Jo. Music by Bonighton, Greene, Sumsion & Widor.

Our 18.30 Choral Compline was based on Matthew 6.25-34 - trusting in God to provide. Music by Fleury and Whitbourn and much plainsong to join in with.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Gloria

Collects and readings

Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Zo Ford, Bob Toll, Ray Watkins, Kathleen Gosby, Teddie Johnson, Peter Norman and Russell Savory.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Barry Cutmore, Andre Bleriot and all who mourn them .

Third Sunday before Lent

National Service

This week's national on-line service comes from St Anne’s Church, Clifton, in the Diocese of Manchester.

Rev Grace Thomas will be leading the service, and sharing about Racial Justice.

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

 

Cathedral Services

Choral Eucharist 11.15

Join the Rev'd Kevin Walton as he preaches that Jesus proclaims the revolutionary blessings of God's kingdom which turns upside down our values.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services from All Saints

Our Parish Communion was themed 'All is not what it seems'. President: Rev Doug, Preacher: Rev Jo who explored te meaning of Luke 5.1-11 throough the lens of the graphic artist M C Escher. Music by MacMillan (for Racial Justice Sunday), Bruckner and Buxtehude.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Gloria

Collects and readings

Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Bob Toll, Zo Ford, Ray Watkins Kathleen Gosby, Teddie Johnson and Peter Norman.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Pauline Munt, Barry Cutmore, Andre Bleriot and all who mourn them .

>Fourth Sunday before Lent

National Service

Worship with us this Sunday, the Fourth Sunday before Lent, and the 70th Anniversary of the Accession of Her Majesty the Queen.

This week's national on-line service came from St Albans Cathedral, and was led by Rev Calum Zuckert, who shared about calling and vocation.

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

 

Cathedral Services

Choral Eucharist 11.15

Join Rev'd Tim Lomax as he preached this Sunday. His sermon was entitled 'Put out into the deep water - the spiritual food to be found in the deeper streams'.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services from All Saints

Our All the Family Service at 10.00 was a Christingle. Led by children from our congregation there were hymns, songs and activities to join in.

Our Choral Communion at 18.30 was based on Luke 5.1-11 (Catchers of people). Music by Darke, Harris & MacDonald. President & Preacher: Rev Jo .

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Gloria

Collects and readings

Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for (Rev)Chris Stoltz, Bob Toll, (Rev) Sheridan, Zo Ford, Ray Watkins, and Kathleen Gosby.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Louisa (Louie) Ford, Elizabeth Shelsher and all who mourn them .

>Presentation in the Temple

National Service

This week's national on-line service celebrated Go'd radical hospitality and came from churches across the Diocese of Bristol, and the Tea House Network. It was led by Rev. Mark Nam, United Church Longwell Green and St. Anne’s Oldland Common, and other clergy of Chinese heritage from the Diocese.

This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and has been manually subtitled.

 

Cathedral Services

Choral Eucharist 11.15

Join Rev'd Jonny Lloyd as he preached on the presentation of Christ in the temple.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services from All Saints

We celebrated Parish Eucharist at 10.00 am, President & Preacher, Rev Bill Church; music by Widor, Byrd, Tallis & Dupré.

At 6.30 pm we held a Taizé service O Lord, hear my prayer .

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Gloria

Collects and readings

Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for (Rev)Chris Stoltz, Bob Toll, (Rev) Sheridan, Zo Ford, Ray Watkins, and Kathleen Gosby.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Louisa (Louie) Ford, Elizabeth Shelsher and all who mourn them .

3rd Sunday of Epiphany

National Service

Worship with our online community, wherever you are this week.

Our national on-line service came from the Chapel at Church House, Westminster

This service has been manually subtitled and has BSL interpretation.

 

Cathedral Services

Choral Eucharist 11.15

Join Rev'd Tim Lomax as he preached on being the people God thinks we are.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services from All Saints

We celebrated Parish Eucharist at 10.00 am, President & Preacher, Rev Jo; music by Batten, Purcell & Mulet.

At 6.30 pm we sang Choral Compline. Music by Anon, Loosemore, Redford and much plainsong.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Gloria

Collects and readings

Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for (Rev)Chris Stoltz, Bob Toll, (Rev) Sheridan, Zo Ford, Ray Watkins, and Kathleen Gosby.
  • We remember those who have died, especially Louisa (Louie) Ford, Elizabeth Shelsher and all who mourn them .

2nd Sunday of Epiphany

National Service

Led by Rev Canon Tiffer Robinson and filmed at St Nicholas Church, Rattlesden, the theme for this week's national on-line service was the God who transforms our poverty into the riches of his grace.

 

Cathedral Services

Choral Matins 11.15

Join Rev'd Kevin Walton as he preached on the Wedding of Cana, when Jesus turned water into wine

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services from All Saints

We celebrated a Parish Eucharist at 10.00 am, President & Preacher, Rev Jo; music by Messiaen, Vaughan Williams, Byrd & Eben.

At 6.30 pm we sang Choral Compline. Music by Bull, Pitoni and much plainsong.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Gloria

Collects and readings

Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Bob Toll, Sheridan and Zo Ford.
  • We remember those who have died, especially David Mort, Tom Hammond, Frances Roland, Barry Bridges, Louisa (Louie) Ford and all who mourn them .
  • Today's Prayer from the Church of England.

Baptism of Christ

National Service

“As God is with us in Christ and the Holy Spirit, so we are glad to be with God and one another through the gift of the internet." - Rev Dr Sam Wells

Thousands of local churches have provided online services since 2020, and hundreds have led our national online worship.

Join us from St Martin-In-The-Fields to mark the 100th national online service. Our intercessions were led by the online community who join us from their homes each week and St Martin's Voices led our sung worship.

 

Cathedral Services

Choral Communion 11.15

Join Rev'd Jon Stevens as he celebrated the Baptism of Christ.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services from All Saints

We held a Parish Eucharist for the Baptism of Christ at 10.00 am, Presidewnt & Preacher, Rev Jo; music by Bach, Tallis, Marenzio & Blackwell.

At 6.30 pm we held our annual Epiphany Carol Service with Epiphany-tide readings and hymns. Choral Music by Penny, Mendelssohn, Darke & Howells.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Gloria

Collects and readings

Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Bob Toll and Sheridan.
  • We remember those who have died, especially David Mort, Tom Hammond, Frances Roland, Barry Bridges and all who mourn them .

Epiphany

National Service

"We remembered the visit of the wise ones, who following the star, came from the East to find the King who had been born in the manger." - Very Rev Jo Kelly-Moore

Starting the New Year with a Service of the Word from St Albans Cathedral celebrating the Feast of Epiphany.

 

Cathedral Services

Choral Communion 11.15 Epiphany

Join the Very Rev'd Jo Kelly-Moore Dean in celebrating the Feast of Epiphany.

Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

 

Services from All Saints

We held an All The Family Service for Epiphany at 10.00 am with Epiphany-tide hymns and songs and an Evening Communion for the New Year at 6.30 pm.

Links

If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

Digital Service

Gloria

Collects and readings

Creed

Prayers for today and this week:

  • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
  • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
  • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
  • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
  • Amongst our congregations and friends, we pray for Bob Toll.
  • We remember those who have died, especially David Mort, Tom Hammond and all who mourn them. .
  • Christmas

    Christmas Eve

    National Service

    St. Paul's Cathedral hosted our online worship as we prepared to celebrate this first service of Christmas with the Bishop of London.

    As we remembered the birth of Jesus Christ into the world, discover - or rediscover - what's #AtTheHeartOfChristmas.

     

    Christmas Day

    National Service

    Celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ with St Paul's Church, Howell Hill.

    Whether you're alone or with family, gather with our online community for a Christmas Day service for all ages.

    Sing carols with us and discover - or rediscover - what's #AtTheHeartOfChristmas

     

    Cathedral Services

    Choral Communion 11.15 Christmas Day

    Join the Cathedral Community as we celebrated the birth of Christ this Christmas Day!.

    Follow along with the order of service from the Cathedral.

    Combined Eucharist 10.00 Boxing Day

    Join the Cathedral Community again for a second opportunity for Christmas celebrations in our Combined Eucharist on Boxing Day..

    Follow along with the order of service from the Cathedral.

    Services from All Saints

    We recorded a number of services and individual carols for Christmas 2020. These are available on our YouTube Channel. These include:

    Links

    If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

    Digital Service

    Gloria

    Collects and readings

    Creed

    Prayers for today and this week:

    • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
    • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
    • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
    • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
    • We remember those who have died, especially Mark Bartlett, Doreen Brown, David Mort and all who mourn them. .

    Fourth Sunday of Advent

    National Service 9.00 am

    "God is always ready to sit with us in the darkness."

    This week's online service for the Fourth Sunday of Advent was led by Rev Sorrel Shamel-Wood, from St. Mary and St Berin, Berinsfield, Oxford.

    This service was an opportunity to reflect, with a message from Rev Canon Kathryn Fleming, Precentor at Coventry Cathedral reminding us that God is with us.

     

    Cathedral Service

    Choral Communion 11.15

    Join Rev'd Tim Lomax as he preached on Christ, born from our weakness and lowliness.

    Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

     

    Services from All Saints

    We celebrated Parish Communion at 10.00am "Mary". Hymns and music by Dandrieu, Pettman, Skempton & Carter

    Follow along with this morning's notice sheet from us.

    Our 6.30 service was our annual Service of Lessons and Carols. You can listen to a recording of it here - follow along with the order of service.

    More details of all our services, events and more can be found in our Winter 2021 newsletter.

    Links

    If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

    Digital Service

    Gloria

    Collects and readings

    Creed

    Prayers for today and this week:

    • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
    • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
    • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
    • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
    • We remember those who have died, especially Mark Bartlett, Doreen Brown, David Mort and all who mourn them. .

    Third Sunday of Advent

    National Service 9.00 am

    Worship with us this Advent.

    You're can still enjoy our national online carol service.

    As we marked the Third Sunday of Advent, sing along to carols from Sacred Trinity Church in Salford - wherever you are.

    The service was led by Rev Canon Andy Salmon and had BSL interpretation in-vision and manual subtitles throughout.

    Find out what's planned for the rest of Advent at cofe.io/ChristmasServices.

     

    Cathedral Service

    Choral Communion 11.15

    Join Rev Canon Kevin Walton, Canon Chancellor, as he preached about Gaudete ('Rejoice!') Sunday, and explained that, even in our uncertain waiting, we can rejoice in God.

    Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

     

    Services from All Saints

    We celebrated Parish Communion at 10.00am "Rejoice". Hymns and music by Anon, Gibbons & te Velde

    Follow along with this morning's notice sheet from us.

    Our 6.30 service was a gentle Choral Compline with music by Peeters, Lassus & Tallis as well as plainsong.

    More details of all our services, events and more can be found in our Winter 2021 newsletter.

    Links

    If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

    Digital Service

    Gloria

    Collects and readings

    Creed

    Prayers for today and this week:

    • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
    • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
    • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
    • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
    • We remember those who have died, especially Mark Bartlett, Doreen Brown and all who mourn them. .

    Second Sunday of Advent

    National Service 9.00 am

    Worship with us this Advent.

    This week’s national service was a Christingle service led by the Children's Society.

    Find out what's planned for the rest of Advent at cofe.io/ChristmasServices.

    This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and subtitles throughout.

     

    Cathedral Service

    Choral Communion 11.15

    Join the Cathedral community for their celebration of the Second Sunday of Advent. The sermon was preached by The Very Revd Jo Kelly-Moore Dean

    Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

     

    Services from All Saints

    We held a Family Service at 10.00 am "Generosity & Care" - with a guest appearance by St Nicholas. Hymns and somgs and music by Moore, Tye and J.S.Bach

    Follow along with this morning's notice sheet from us.

    Our 6.30 service was a Choral Communion and continues our celebration of St Nicholas with Haydn's Missa Sancti Nicolai and introduces St John the Baptist in the Wilderness (part 1 of 2) with Stainer's How lovely are the Messengers. Follow along with this evening's notice sheet from us.

    More details of all our services, events and mre can be found in our Winter 2021 newsletter.

    Links

    If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

    Digital Service

    Gloria

    Collects and readings

    Creed

    Prayers for today and this week:

    • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
    • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
    • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
    • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
    • We remember those who have died, especially Mark Bartlett, Doreen Brown and all who mourn them. .

    Advent Sunday

    National Service 9.00 am

    This week’s national service for the First Sunday of Advent was from St Thomas' Newcastle.

    Find out what's planned for the rest of Advent at cofe.io/ChristmasServices.

    This service has BSL interpretation in-vision and subtitles throughout.

     

    Cathedral Service

    Choral Communion 11.15

    Join the Cathedral community for their celebration of Advent Sunday. The sermon was preached by The Revd Calum Zuckert Youth Chaplain

    Follow along with the order of service and this week's notice sheet from the Cathedral.

    Advent Procession 18.00

    Join the Cathedral community for their celebration of Advent Sunday. The sermon was preached by The Revd Calum Zuckert Youth Chaplain

    Follow along with the order of service.

     

    Services from All Saints

    We celebrated the Eucharist at 10.00am. Music by McDowall, Skempton, Vaughan Williams & Leighton.

    Follow along with this week's notice sheet from us.

    At 6.30 pm we held our annual candle-lit Advent Carol Service - this year's theme "Moving from darkness to LIGHT".

    Links

    If you prefer we have provided links to a 'virtual' service for you to enjoy in your own time.

    Digital Service

    Gloria

    Collects and readings

    Creed

    Prayers for today and this week:

    • We pray for everyone affected by the CoVID-19 pandemic.
    • We pray for all who are frightened or worried.
    • We recall all those who have gone before, those celebrated by the Church, those known to a few and those known only to you.
    • We pray for those without faith, hope or love.
    • We remember those who have died, especially Mark Bartlett, Doreen Brown and all who mourn them. .

Previous services

First Sunday after Trinity 19th June
"The Gaderene Swine"

Trinity Sunday 12th June
"Three, yet One"

Pentecost 5th June
"The Spirit is with us"

Seventh Sunday of Easter 29th May
"I am coming soon"

Sixth Sunday of Easter 22nd May
"Keep my Commandments"

Fifth Sunday of Easter 15th May
"Love and Discipleship"

Fourth Sunday of Easter 8th May
"Good Shepherd Sunday"

Third Sunday of Easter 1st May
"Fishers of Men"

Second Sunday of Easter 24th April
"Doubting Thomas"

Easter Sunday 17th April
He is Risen!

Holy Week 2022
Daily Services

Palm Sunday 10th April
Entry into Jerusalem

Fifth Sunday of Lent 3rd April
Mary and Martha

Fourth Sunday of Lent 27th March
Mothering Sunday

Third Sunday of Lent 20th March
Thirsting for God

Second Sunday of Lent 13th March
Desertion of Jerusalem

First Sunday of Lent 6th March
Temptation in the Wilderness

Sunday next before Lent 27th February
Transfiguration/Ukraine

Second Sunday before Lent 20th February
Jesus calms the storm

Third Sunday before Lent 13th February
All is not what it seems

Fourth Sunday before Lent 6th February
Christingle/Catchers of People

Presentation in the Temple 28th January
Simeon and Anna recognise Jesus as the Messiah

Third Sunday of Epiphany 23rd January
Jesus begins his ministry

Second Sunday of Epiphany 16th January
The Wedding at Cana

Baptism of Christ 9nd January
New Life

Epiphany 2nd January
The Wise Men

Christmas 25th December
The Birth of our Lord

Fourth Sunday of Advent 19th December
Mary

Third Sunday of Advent 12th December
The Forerunner

Second Sunday of Advent 5th December
Generosity & Care

Advent Sunday 29th November
"Be Ready!"

Services Advent 2020-Nov 2021 (Year B)

Services March 2020-Nov 2020 (Year A)

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