Sunday October 18th – Trinity 19

This week there will be Harvest thanksgiving services in Drayton Parslow at 9:30 and in Swanbourne at 11:00.

There is also a service of Morning Prayer in Mursley at 9:30.

The online Zoom service this week is Morning Prayer at 10:00. Details for access will be sent round the benefice email list. The order of service is here for printing and here for screen-reading.

For those worshiping privately at home the collect and readings can be downloaded here.

Or the Diocesan selection of services can be found here.

Wednesday coffee mornings on Zoom have been a bit sporadic lately and there is currently no-one to host in the next 2 weeks. The current plan is now to run these fortnightly as far as possible, starting on 4th November. They will follow the same log in details as the services and will be at 10:30.

Covid instructions

Locally, we are currently in Tier 1, Medium Risk, the current national level. So the instructions for worship, with distancing, scanning-in or registering. and wearing face coverings remain unchanged.

David.

Sunday October 4th – Trinity 17

This week there will be a service of Holy Communion in Mursley at 9:30

There will be online Zoom service this week, it will be an All Age/Interactive Harvest. Contact the office for details of how to get on here.

As part of the service there is a sheet to colour/decorate, there is no age limit and we will ask you to share them on screen, you can download it below:

For those worshiping at home the collect and readings can be downloaded below here, these are also harvest readings:

Or the Diocesan selection of services can be found here

We will be holding a coffee morning on Zoom this week, same log in details as for the service and that will be at 10:30 on Wednesday.

Covid instructions: Please note that the recent ‘rule of 6’ from central government only affects social gatherings, not acts of worship. The current instruction on wearing face coverings remains unchanged.

AMPs and APCMs are coming up soon. If you aren’t on the Electoral Roll of the parish where you live or where you worship, and wish your name to be included in order to attend these meetings, then please contact the Churchwarden at that parish in the next 2 weeks, or the Electoral Roll Officer if you know who that is. Also, if you know of people who have moved away or passed away since March 2019, who may be on the Roll, please let the Officer know to remove their name. Thanks.

Simon.

Sunday September 27th – Trinity 16

There will be a service of Holy Communion at Drayton Parslow at 9:30

At 11:00 there will be a family service at Mursley and Morning prayer at Newton Longville.

There is no online service this week but for those worshiping at home the collect and readings can be downloaded here:

Or the Diocesan selection of services can be found here

There will be NO coffee morning on Zoom that day because there is the Communion service.

Covid instructions: Please note that the recent ‘rule of 6’ from central government only affects social gatherings, not acts of worship. The current instruction on wearing face coverings remains unchanged.

AMPs and APCMs are coming up soon. If you aren’t on the Electoral Roll of the parish where you live or where you worship, and wish your name to be included in order to attend these meetings, then please contact the Churchwarden at that parish in the next 2 weeks, or the Electoral Roll Officer if you know who that is. Also, if you know of people who have moved away or passed away since March 2019, who may be on the Roll, please let the Officer know to remove their name. Thanks.

Simon.

Sunday September 20th – Trinity 15

There will be a service of Holy Communion at Mursley at 9:30 and a Family Service at Swanbourne at 11:00.

Newton Longville is also open for private prayer from 11:00-Noon.

For the online service there will be Zoom Holy Communion (joining details in your emailed invite).
If you don’t already have a copy of the order of service you will need to download a copy here to print the booklet or here to read on-screen.

Or the Diocesan selection of services can be found here

Or for your own private prayer, if you are still unable or advised not to gather, then the readings and collect for the day are here.

This Wednesday, 23rd September, there is also a Holy Communion service at St Faith’s, Newton Longville, at 11:00. All are welcome to join from across the Benefice.

There will be NO coffee morning on Zoom that day because there is the Communion service.

Covid instructions: Please note that the recent ‘rule of 6’ from central government only affects social gatherings, not acts of worship. The current instruction on wearing face coverings remains unchanged.

AMPs and APCMs are coming up soon. If you aren’t on the Electoral Roll of the parish where you live or where you worship, and wish your name to be included in order to attend these meetings, then please contact the Churchwarden at that parish in the next 2 weeks, or the Electoral Roll Officer if you know who that is. Also, if you know of people who have moved away or passed away since March 2019, who may be on the Roll, please let the Officer know to remove their name. Thanks.

David.

Sunday September 13th – Trinity 14

Please note there will be no Zoom service this Sunday. Details below for diocesan online services if you would like to join one of these.

9:30 – Holy Communion at Drayton Parslow.

11:00
Family service at Mursley
Holy Communion at Newton Longville

If you would like to join a Diocesan service you can find details here

Or for your own private prayer, if you are still unable or advised not to gather, then the readings and collect for the day are below.

There will be no coffee morning this week.


Please also note the instruction from the Diocese concerning face coverings is still in effect

Worshippers should wear face coverings consistent with the requirements for any other public space. There are valid exemptions for those who are leading services in a place of worship, and those who assist them e.g. by reading, preaching, or leading prayer, who do not always need to wear a face covering, although one should be worn if physical distancing cannot be maintained.

Simon.

Sunday September 6th – Trinity 13

9:30 There will be a service of Morning Prayer at Mursley.

10:00 Zoom Interactive/All Age (joining details in your emailed invite).
There is no printed order of service for this week but you will need a piece of paper and a pen and/or something to draw and colour with

11:00 Swanbourne will be having a service of Morning prayer

If you would like to join a Diocesan service you can find details here

Or for your own private prayer, if you are still unable or advised not to gather, then the readings and collect for the day are below.

There will be no coffee morning this week.


Please also note the instruction from the Diocese concerning face coverings is still in effect

Worshippers should wear face coverings consistent with the requirements for any other public space. There are valid exemptions for those who are leading services in a place of worship, and those who assist them e.g. by reading, preaching, or leading prayer, who do not always need to wear a face covering, although one should be worn if physical distancing cannot be maintained.

Simon.

Sunday August 30th – Trinity 12

9:30 There will be a service of Morning Prayer at Mursley.

10:00 Zoom Morning Prayer (joining details in your emailed invite).
If you don’t already have a copy of the order of service you will need to download a copy here to print the booklet or here to read on your screen.

11:00 Swanbourne will be having a service of Holy Communion
Newton Longville will have morning prayer

If you would like to join a Diocesan service you can find details here

Or for your own private prayer, if you are still unable or advised not to gather, then the readings and collect for the day are below.

This week we will also be holding a virtual coffee morning on on Zoom, same Log on details as for the service, 10:30 on Wednesday.


Please also note the instruction from the Diocese concerning face coverings is still in effect

Worshippers should wear face coverings consistent with the requirements for any other public space. There are valid exemptions for those who are leading services in a place of worship, and those who assist them e.g. by reading, preaching, or leading prayer, who do not always need to wear a face covering, although one should be worn if physical distancing cannot be maintained.

Simon.

Sunday August 23rd – Trinity 11

There will be a service of Holy Communion at Drayton Parslow at 9:30 and a Family Service at Mursley at 11:00.

Newton Longville is also open for private prayer from 11:00-Noon.

For the online service there will be Zoom Morning Prayer (joining details in your emailed invite).
If you don’t already have a copy of the order of service you will need to download a copy here to print the booklet or here to read on your screen.

Or the Diocesan selection of services can be found here

Or for your own private prayer, if you are still unable or advised not to gather, then the readings and collect for the day are here.

Please also note the instruction from the Diocese concerning face coverings is still in effect

Worshippers should wear face coverings consistent with the requirements for any other public space. There are valid exemptions for those who are leading services in a place of worship, and those who assist them e.g. by reading, preaching, or leading prayer, who do not always need to wear a face covering, although one should be worn if physical distancing cannot be maintained.

David.