This coming Sunday 21st June 2020

Hi All, we look forward to seeing you at our zoom Worship this Sunday, If you need details of how to join please send an email by clicking here.

This Sunday will be a communion service, we will use the same order as last month and you can re-download it below.

The readings and collect are also available for download.

God bless

Simon

This Sunday – Trinity 1

This Sunday is the first Sunday after Trinity – being the first of 20! – where we get back into looking at more general themes of faith and discipleship.

The printed order of service, for those who will be worshipping at home rather than online can be found here.

The collect and readings are here.

Once again we will be live streaming on to YouTube as well as on Zoom.

God bless

David

Collective Worship for Schools

Although that doesn’t mean if your not linked with a school you can’t watch it!

As we continue with lockdown I have started to produce some Collective Worship sessions (Assemblies) for our schools to use in class and families to use at home. These are available on my personal website but you can go and have a look at www.revsimo.uk and click the link on the left for Collective Worship.

This will also give you some idea of the kind of work that I do in our local schools if you are interested in such things.

Many thanks and God bless

Simon

This Sunday – Trinity

This Sunday is Trinity Sunday – being the first Sunday of the month it will be another All Age/Interactive service for those who are able to join us.

There is no printed order of service, for those who will be worshipping at home rather than online please use last week’s service sheet.

The collect and reading are here:

Once again we will be live streaming onto YouTube as well as on Zoom. You will find the service here.

For those of you that are joining us you will need a few items:

  • A sheet of A4 paper, blank on at least one side
  • A circular plate or other object just smaller than the width of A4
  • A circular plate or other object a centimetre or two smaller than the one above
  • A plastic milk bottle lid (or similar size circle)
  • A small to medium-sized paperback book
  • A pencil, eraser and maybe some coloured crayons, pencils etc.

(You could also use a compass rather than the plates and milk bottle top if that is easier for you!)

God bless

Simon