Update on worship services, events, community support etc.
As we write this post, we are almost at the end of the month of national lockdown. We continue to live in a fast-moving time of crisis and change, but there is hope with the announcements of vaccines on the horizon.
These remain trying times for each one of us, and especially for those living alone, or with small children, those struggling financially, the very vulnerable, those with mental health issues and all who work in education, the NHS, the military and all other front-line services.
Whatever the short-term future may hold, we will continue to shape our church life around these four priorities:
- For the church family to remain connected and informed
- Ongoing support for the most vulnerable in our church family
- Ongoing support and help with care in the wider community
- The priority of prayer
It is our intention for prayer to remain central to who we are at this time, and to underpin our relationship with God, one another, and our community.
In response to a call from the Archbishops of Canterbury and York we opened our church buildings on Wednesdays in November for quiet prayer and we also held prayer events via Zoom.
From 2nd December 2020 we will be able to open our church buildings for public worship again until further notice, so please see below for when we will be holding services in December.
|Wed 2nd||10.00 am||St Stephen’s, Borrowash|
|Sun 6th||10.00 am||All Saints’, Ockbrook|
|Wed 9th||10.00 am||St Stephen’s, Borrowash|
|Sun 13th||10.00 am||All Saints’, Ockbrook|
|Wed 16th||10.00 am||St Stephen’s, Borrowash|
|Sun 20th||10.00 am||All Saints’, Ockbrook|
|Wed 23rd||10.00 am||St Stephen’s, Borrowash|
|Sun 27th||10.00 am||All Saints’, Ockbrook|
|Wed 30th||10.00am||St Stephen’s, Borrowash|
Please see OUR RESPONSE TO COVID-19 for further information and how to contact us should you require support or prayer.
November 28th, 2020