Following the lastest national lockdown we are closed for normal services for the time being;
HOWEVER WE ARE OPEN FOR PRIVATE PRAYER, AND YOU ARE WARMLY
INVITED TO COME IN ON THE FOLLOWING DAYS:
· We will have stewards on hand to assist you; and take your details for test and trace purposes.
· Please wear a mask.
· Please kindly use the hand sanitizer provided, and we will direct you to a pew.
· We regret that, for health and safety measures, the toilet and the kitchen remain closed for the time being.
We shall be holding a Lent Group on Zoom- all are welcome. It is on a Tuesday morning, and then repeated on a Wednesday evening. It will be a five-week course based on 'God with Us: The meaning of the Cross and Resurrection- then and now' by Rowan Williams.
Time: Tues 10am - Mar 2, Mar 9, Mar 16, Mar 23
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 815 9884 5695
Dial by your location: find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/keaqcIBlxa
Time: Weds 7.30pm - 24, Feb, Mar 3, Mar 10, Mar 17, Mar 24
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 894 4904 3329
Dial by your location: find your local number: https://us02web.zoom.us/u/keEPW4Bb0Y
Rev. Jane and Rev. Lucinda will be hosting BCP Evening Prayer via Zoom on the first and third
Sundays of the month at 5:30pm. If you would like to join in, there is a new link, ID and password the same each time which is:
Meeting ID: 816 9289 5877
There will also be an online service ready for viewing every Monday. If you would like to receive them for the Sunday via email please contact Rev. Jane.
In response to Covid -19, the Association of Christian Counsellors (ACC) have set up a Crisis Counselling Support Service. This is open to people working within a NHS setting, who are directly impacted by COVID-19, including frontline medical staff and those in ancillary roles (e.g. nursing assistants, cleaners, porters etc); paramedics and anyone working within the ambulance services who is directly impacted by COVID-19; and anyone who has been bereaved during this time – whether or not the bereavement is due to COVID-19 infection. The scheme can be accessed via a self-referral form obtained from the ACC website but for those people who have no access to an email they can call 0247 644 9694 and a counsellor will call them to take their referral. They will provide up to 10 no fee sessions online or over the phone.