Sunday 17th May 2020

This week, we have a recorded service.

This is the order of service

The collect, readings and psalm are here.

Next week, we will have more ‘ramblings’ from the Rev Peter Marsh

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Sunday 10th May 2020

We have Rev Peter Marsh’s ramblings this week.

The collect readings and prayers for this Sunday are here

We plan to have a recorded service next week.

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Sunday 3rd May 2020 – Recorded service

We have recorded a service for this week.
This is the recording and the order of service

If the situation does not change, we will have more ‘ramblings’ next week by Rev Peter Marsh, followed by another recorded service in a fortnight’s time.

The links Peter mentions in notices:

The Long Table, supported by the Diocese of Gloucester, have developed a project ‘Feeding the 5000’, to  providing  meals to vulnerable people who need them. It needs money! Please donate via their website, which, of course, also provides further information

Daily hope is a free telephone line set up by the Church of England to offer music, prayers and reflections, as well as full worship services. It is particularly intended for those who are unable to listen to online services.
The number is 0800 804 8044

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Sunday 26th April

Please listen to Rev Peter Marsh’s ‘ramblings‘, which include some prayers.

The collect, readings and psalm for the day can be found here.

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Easter 2020

These are the collect, psalm and readings for Good Friday  10th April 2020

These are the collect, psalm and readings for Easter Sunday 12th April 2020, and this is the sermon from Rev Peter Marsh

Here are some more prayers for Easter

The following is a recording of an Easter day Service. We are very grateful to David Moss, who has compiled it from a whole suite of individual recordings and also provided some music, and to Sarah Sparks who recorded some hymns. Also to Sue Devine for organising and providing some of the recordings, and to Rev Peter Marsh for ‘taking’ the service. He will also be carrying out this service, along with communion on behalf of us all, in his woodworking shed at 9.30 on Easter Sunday. Please pray with him.
This is the order of service

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Crib Display and St Nicholas event

A display of cribs lent by numerous villagers was expertly laid out within the church and a large number of people visited to enjoy them. Refreshments included gluhwein, pfefferkucken, stollen and other traditional delicacies used in countries where the feast of St Nicholas is more celebrated.

Angels made by  local children were suspended above the cribs. The church looked magnificent.

‘St Nicholas’ opened the proceedings by distributing gold ‘money’ to the children.

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