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Take part in this Sunday’s service – sign up to help

by Bryony Taylor

I would like as much as possible to involve people in our online Sunday worship. There are 4 ways to help: send in a voice recording send in a video send me some text (ie. write intercessions as normal and email them to me for me to read out) send me a photo or picture […]

Worshipping in a time of Coronavirus – message from the Rector

by Bryony Taylor

Dear friends,  I write this with a heavy heart. Following the advice of the Archbishops all public services are suspended in our churches until further notice. This means no Eucharist on Thursdays or Sundays. We are in a strange new world that we will all have to adjust to. We are feeling disoriented, unsettled and […]

Archbishops call for Church of England to become radically different as public worship put on hold to help stem spread of coronavirus

by Bryony Taylor

The Archbishops of Canterbury and York are calling for Church of England churches to put public worship on hold and become a “different sort of church” in the coming months to face the challenge of coronavirus. In a joint letter, Archbishops Justin Welby and John Sentamu said it was now necessary to put public services […]

Being church when we’re in isolation

by Bryony Taylor

Just because we are in isolation does not mean that we are not still the church! We continue to be the body of Christ, praying and serving our community even if we are not physically around one another. And let us consider how to provoke one another to love and good deeds, not neglecting to meet […]

Praying in a Pandemic – a booklet to download

by Bryony Taylor

To help people who are in isolation stay connected to church and more importantly connected to God we are doing two main things. Firstly we have launched a daily podcast which you can access in the sermons section of this website or directly at anchor.fm/bcjj. Secondly we have produced a hard copy booklet for those […]

Coronavirus update

by Bryony Taylor

We are continuing with our services as normally as possible. Please follow national advice and self isolate if you have a new cough or cold. Keep washing your hands – especially when you enter a new building. Wash your hands thoroughly every time you return home. Please don’t hesitate to call the Rector, Rev’d Bryony […]

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