The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, will lead the Church of England’s first national virtual service tomorrow morning.
It will be broadcast simultaneously at 8am on the 39 BBC local radio stations in England and as BBC Radio 4’s Sunday Worship. It will then premier on Facebook through the Church of England’s page at 9am.
Details about this and further online/virtual services can be found at the Church of England web-site page https://www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/news/church-england-takes-sunday-worship-peoples-homes-response-coronavirus
The second of our new look news letter.
Updates from the ministry team, reports on the Christmas tree festival, Churchyard chat – plus some puzzles and things to do whilst we’re in isolation.
Please note that all services and activities are suspended until further notice!
The March 2020 Newsletter link
As you may have seen elsewhere all church services are currently suspended until further notice. This includes Open Door at Good Shepherd and the Lent groups.
If you have a wedding booked please check with your venue about the reception, we are awaiting confirmation about how many guests may attend a wedding.
The church will though remain open for private prayer.
Further details will follow shortly around support that will be available.
The daily Open Door at Good Shepherd is cancelled until further notice following Government guidance.
As soon as we are able to re-open we will and will publisise this.
This is a great short animation about what it’s like to be a female cocoa farmer, and how Fairtrade helps http://bit.ly/2HBy5mh
Edith, a cocoa farmer in Côte d’Ivoire, is using Fairtrade to change her life and her whole community. And by buying Fairtrade, you are part of her story,
Let’s spread the word that we can offer real support to women like Edith by choosing Fairtrade.
Over the next month there are a number of special services and events
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The annual remembrance service will be held at Fawley church at 3.00 pm
As usual there will be a parade from Fawley village centre organised by the British Legion. They gather from 2.00pm and parade about 2.30pm.