As we continue to worship and look forward to the reopening of our churches please take the time to make full use of the resources that we have available.
Our current journey towards Pentecost is one of understanding the relationship between the Bible, Jesus and our own lives. This understanding will be fundamental to our vision and growth together over the coming years.
The Church of England have updated their Morning Prayer APP. You can now listen to morning prayer from the app. I would encourage you all to take this up as a daily practice, it is a great way to grow a pattern of prayer and learn the rhythm of responses each day.
You can download the app here.
There is a new service book available to download here. Please make sure you share the service book with those who can’t access the online.
There is also a new prayer card available for you to download and display in a convenient place. this will help us to pray as a benefice for vision and growth.
We have now resumed morning prayer in our churches from this week. Tuesdays in Farrington Gurney, Wednesdays in Paulton and Thursdays in High Littleton. The churches will be open from 9.30am for quiet reflection and there will be morning prayer from 10am. Masks and social distancing will be in effect for these services.
We will open each church in sequence with a service and APCM where the main focus of discussion will be re-ordering of the buildings to make us fit for future growth.
High Littleton will open from the 16th of May at 9.30am (there will be a pre-recorded service available online this Sunday)
Farrington will open from the 23rd of May at 9.30am (Pentecost) – (there will be a pre-recorded service available online this Sunday)
There will be a 9.30am service at High Littleton on the 30th of May and then Paulton will open at 11am (also online)
There are many resources available to help you with your spiritual life through each week, including the responses for Sunday if you are joining in on Zoom.
I would still like to encourage you all to join me with is in praying together for some specific points.
The readings for this week are taken from the Sunday Worship Survival Kit.
You are also welcome to join us for our weekly discussion groups where we dig a bit deeper into the readings and the sermon – Just email Adam and ask to join – Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday night.