Church re-opening coming soon

News of our Church re-opening arrangements; the Church will be open, from Monday 6th July, unsupervised on Monday, Thursday and Sunday, 9am 'til 4pm. People need to use the hand sanitiser going in and leaving, books and other items must not be touched. Please wear a suitable face covering if possible. A Sunday service may be allowed soon with suitable social spacing but singing will not be allowed just yet. Our Sunday Morning Services for Trinity, on Zoom, will continue until we are permitted to use the Church on a Sunday. Last Sunday, we had 30 connections, our highest number to date, and with 42 people taking part in the Service. This week the service was led by LLW Hazel, assisted with th

Still no news on full re-opening of our Churches

On Friday this week, our church organist, Nick Wilson, will be presenting his fortnightly “Thought for the Day” on BigglesFM at 8.15am. Find him on 104.8 on the dial. The next talk will be on July 10th. There is still no news about the re-opening of our churches for services as yet, so our Sunday Morning Services for Trinity, on Zoom, will continue for the foreseeable future. Last Sunday, we had 25 connections and 37 people taking part in the Service. This week Reader Simon took a back seat and the service was led by Paulet Brown-Wilsher, a member of St Mary’s Church and an Ordinand, assisted with the technical things by Sutton Churchwarden Darren. The “Thought for the Day” was given by Read

The Churches will re-open on June 15th, but not full time, as yet!

With no real news about the re-opening of our churches for services as yet, our Sunday Morning Service for Trinity, on Zoom rolled on successfully with 25 connections and 36 people taking part in the Service. As usual the service was led by Reader Simon assisted with the technical things by Sutton Churchwarden Darren. The “Thought for the Day” was given by Paulet Brown-Wilsher, a member of St Mary’s Church and an Ordinand, a priest in training. Next Sunday, the service will again be held via Zoom at 10am and it is hoped many will be able to join us. Any member of St Mary’s, or the Benefice overall, who is not on the Sunday Link mailing list and wishes to be able receive joining instructions

Into Trinity

In our Zoom service on Trinity Sunday, Rdr Simon led the service as usual and welcomed 36 Benefice members from the 25 connections made that morning. There is still scope for more people to join in as not all our regulars were present but as last week, there were some newcomers which was very pleasing to see This week, we had a very interesting sermon from Bishop Alan Smith, the Bishop of the St Alban’s Diocese, sent by video link. On Sunday evening, the monthly NightLight service will also be held over our Zoom connection. Any member of St Mary’s, or the Benefice overall, who is not on the Sunday Link mailing list and wishes to be able receive joining instructions to take part in these serv

Getting ready for Trinity Sunday

We may not be able to see the inside of St Mary's just yet, but we are all ready for the start of Trinity, next Sunday, being Trinity Sunday. In addition to preparing the Alter and Pulpit, the church has had a thorough spring clean all ready for our first service in there when we get the go-ahead to unlock the door! In the meantime, we will continue with our Zoom gatherings every Sunday.

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