Come and join us for a socially-distanced Coffee Morning in the Church garden on Monday morning, August 31st. You will need to bring your own flask of coffee, or other beverage, your own cup and anything you may want to eat. We will provide chairs. It would be lovely to see you and spend a little time catching up and chatting. We will only meet if the weather is favourable.
Finally we are able to gather again for worship.
Our first service at Breadsall will be at 10:15 on the 26th of July and it is our intention to continue with that service each Sunday going forward.Continue reading “Resumption of services”
We will be opening the church chancel up for anyone who would like a quiet moment. We think life is strange and difficult now and we hope to offer somewhere quiet for your reflections.
Our opening times will be 3:30 till 6 on a Saturdayand 9 till 3 on a Wednesday.
We have undertaken a full risk assessment and have made provision as far as we can to keep you safe. Entrance at the main South door.
Some photos of the recent zoom virtual ‘after church coffee’ are now available – see the Photo Galleries option from the main menu.
Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray for more people to come to know Jesus. It was started by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York in 2016 and has grown into an international and ecumenical call to prayer. This year’s ten days of united prayer from Ascension to Pentecost starts on Thursday, 21st May. There are many activities to help Christians to pray, including a Daily Prayer Journal which can be downloaded, opportunities to join in with 24/7 Prayer Rooms, several videos and also an All Age Family Prayer Adventure Map.
The suggestion is that everyone thinks of 5 people they would like to come to know Jesus and to pray for them each day.
Find out more at https://www.thykingdomcome.global.
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If your exercise takes you through the churchyard and past the church, you may want to take a look in the porch (and even add a plant of your own, perhaps).
Easter still happens even if we cannot be together at this time.