11am Holy Communion Service
The wearing of face masks in church is now obligatory:
16th Aug 11.00am Holy Communion – Broomfield
23rd Aug 11.00am Holy Communion – Cheddon
in addition: Churches are open for private prayer as below: (we will update as changes allow)
West Monkton: Thursdays 10am–12noon and Sundays 2pm– 5pm
Broomfield: Wednesdays 2pm – 4pm
Kingston: Wednesdays 2pm – 4pm and Sundays 11am – 1pm
Cheddon: Tuesdays 2pm – 4pm
In line with government and Church of England guidance we are offering a said Holy Communion service each Sunday in the Benefice at 11.00am in addition to our “virtual service” that will continue at 10am.
See the video (click here) or read the information sheet (click here) of what to expect when you return to your church building.
Please only attend if you are fit and well.
Please do not attend if you have been advised to shield or your are feeling unwell.
A Face Mask MUST be worn in church
Our own church Zoom service on Sundays – do email us for details
Compline Service for Ordinary Time from Rev Tracey for daily use – see link below
The Church of England has daily morning and Evening Worship including Common Worship and BCP https://daily.commonworship.com/ – (you can find readings, prayers in traditional and more modern forms for daily use.)
One of the Bishops from Bath & Wells live Sunday Services: https://www.bathandwells.org.uk/2020/04/bishops-to-offer-livestreamed-services-and-reflection-weekly/
Some of you might have spotted two guys dangling from ropes against the church tower and wondered what is happening. They aren’t perfecting their abseiling or rock climbing skills, but they are repairing the upper sections of the tower walls!
This is the first phase of a wider project which is likely to cost around £50,000. The church appreciates the loan from our sister church at Kingston St. Mary which has enabled work to start, but we need YOUR HELP, PLEASE to continue this urgent and vital work to continue.
Grants are being applied for to mend medieval windows and old gutters, attend to loose roof slates and masonry, and replace sections of rotten floors amongst other things. Perhaps you enjoy regular or occasional worship in this lovely old church, or maybe it is a resting place on your walks? if you were married or baptized here or have a loved one buried in the ancient churchyard, then you might like to donate towards the first £10,000 needed to continue with phase two? Thank you.