Worshipping at Home - Together

Sunday joint service at All Saints, see  here for how to book and what to expect  and here for Covid guidelines

and

Via Zoom, see below

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Our weekly pattern of worship and reflection

Monday-Friday:

  • 9.30am: Morning Prayer with Justine or Elizabeth via Facebook
  • 1.00pm: The Lord's Prayer, with a lay member via Facebook
  • 9.00pm: Night Prayer with Justine or Elizabeth  via Facebook

All our past daily prayers and reflections on FaceBook are available to view here You will have to log into our facebook group to view these.

 Morning and evening weekday prayers are from Justine or Elizabeth at 9:30am and 9:00pm

Reflections are from  lay members of All Saints and St Barnabas are at 1:00pm


Worship online every Sunday via Zoom

communion bread and wine

If you already have Zoom on your device it will launch and connect automatically when you click the blue link below.  Please be patient and wait for the magic to happen.

If you DON'T have Zoom, clicking on the link below will prompt you to install it. Please be patient and follow the instructions.

Some people who already have Zoom may prefer to enter the meeting code and password if you have founbd the latest details on Facebook or via the Parish Office.  That's fine!  BUT ... you cannot use both methods at the same time!

  • Sunday 20th September at 10.00am: virtual Eucharist via Zoom
  • Click HERE

You can view our service for this '(Extra) Ordinary Time Eucharist' in the window below. Scroll up and down using the right-hand menu bar.  Or you can download as a pdf document to your PC or tablet by clicking here


In our Facebook group you will also find daily biblical reflections and lots of community news. If you would like us to pray for you and you can't pop in to the group please email Justine  here.

Church of England Daily Prayer LINK

Although we cannot physically share the Eucharist together at the moment, we are sharing virtually via a live Zoom service. Our services involve people from all our churches, with a wide variety of song styles.

Although we cannot share bread and wine, we still invite God into our hearts and lives; proclaiming Christ crucified and risen and giving thanks for God's faithful love through broken bread and wine outpoured.