In the St Weonards group of parishes, like many other rural multi-parish benefices, ministry is shared between our vicar, associate minister, lay volunteers, and other retired clergy.
Joining in worship at home
We hope that you have found time for worship, prayer and reflection at home wherever you are in St Weonards Benefice in recent weeks. It is good for us to continue to meet 'virtually' as we pray for our world, country and local communities at this unsettling time.
St Weonards Group of Parishes
16th August 2020
All-Age Worship 10.00 am (Zoom)
You are most welcome to join this service at 10.00 am which is for all ages! We follow a simple liturgy with a theme linked to the gospel of the day. We sing hymns and songs, often with actions, and members of the congregation take part in prayers and readings. We hope that you will join us.If you would like contact information for this service, please email Stephen Herbert on St Weonards PCC (firstname.lastname@example.org) in advance of the service and you will receive an invitation. It is most helpful if you can avoid being late to join the service as it is quite hard to admit people after the service has started. This week we are considering how God knows us on the inside, not just from our appearance.
Morning Worship 11.00am Zoom
You are most welcome to join this service. Please contact Peter Pember for details about taking part.
6.00pm Garway Church
Evening Worship - readings, prayers & reflection
We look forward to seeing you again this Sunday.
Here's the schedule of services we hope to offer in the weeks ahead:
|10.00am||All Age Service|
|16 Aug.||11:00||Morning Worship||P Pember||Zoom|
|16 Aug.||18:00||Evening Worship||Revd E Cathie||Garway Church|
For other worship resource ideas, please see the regular updates from the Diocese of Hereford, or visit the Church of England website for more liturgy, prayers and other resources to use during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
Planning to visit one of our churches?
You will be aware that from 24 March 2020, all Church of England churches were closed, which prevented public worship in our churches. The COVID-19 restrictions are now starting to be relaxed, and some of our churches are now open for private prayer and some services. Small numbers of people are also allowed for baptism, wedding and funeral services in our churches, subject to local risk assessments. Please contact our vicar Reverend Elizabeth Cathie for further information about what is possible.
In normal times, you can click on the More Events ... link in the side navigation bar for details of when services are held, and where. Or you can download the current month's service rota which is from this month's Parish News.
During 2020, we are following the 'Year A' Lectionary of Bible readings.
Everyone is very welcome at any of our services.