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Thursday 1st April 2021 Maundy Thursday
Friday 2nd April 2021 Good Friday
12:00Join us online for a Devotional Service

 

 

 

Welcome to this service of devotion for Good Friday

with readings, reflections and music.

 

You can download a copy of the service here:

Before the Cross

 

 

 

Sunday 4th April 2021 EASTER DAY
08:00Holy Communion (BCP) Bossall

 

 

 

 

 

Alleluia

 

We celebrate this Easter morning with a BCP said service of Holy Communion in St Botolph's Bossall

For the protection of everyone's safety, numbers at this service are limited.

If you wish to attend, you must contact one of the Churchwardens (see contacts page).

Please bring and wear a face covering and follow the instructions of the sidespersons as you enter the church.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

10:00Join us online as we celebrate Easter

Easter Sunday

 

 

We rejoice in the empty tomb as we gather online this Easter morning

 


Halleluja

 

You can download the Order of Service here: A Service of Prayer from home

- and the Collect for today here: Collect for today

The readings for today: Acts 10:34-43 and Mark 16:1-8

- are here: Readings for Easter Sunday

 


To get a link by email to the 'Zoom' meeting, contact chriswingfield@btinternet.com  Please join us just before 10am so that we can meet and prepare ourselves for the start of the service.


Covid-19:

We are planning for some services in church over Holy week and thereafter, so please check the Calendar for updates.

Some of our church buildings are open at certain times to allow individual prayer.

See Covid 19 Guidance - updated (from the right-hand panel on our Home page) for the latest information.

The "Resources" section of our website has some links to help you pray and worship at home and to keep you in touch with our family of the church.


Scripture passages for Easter Sunday:
Isaiah 25:6-9 ('He will swallow up death forever')
1Corinthians 15:1-11 (The resurrection of Christ)

Acts 10:34-43 (Peter speaks of Jesus's sacrifice for us)
Mark 16:1-8 (Jesus has risen!)

10:00Holy Communion Flaxton

 

 

 

 

Alleluia

 

We celebrate this Easter morning with a Common Worship said service of Holy Communion in St Lawrence's Flaxton

 

For the protection of everyone's safety, numbers at this service are limited.

If you wish to attend, you must contact one of the Churchwardens (see contacts page).

Please bring and wear a face covering and follow the instructions of the sidespersons as you enter the church.

Sunday 11th April 2021 Easter 2
09:00Said Holy Communion Gate Helmsley

Second Sunday of Easter

 

  A said service of Holy Communion
 (Common Worship)

 Wafers are used but we may not
 offer wine
.

 

To ensure safe distancing, numbers attending may be limited.
Please bring and wear a face covering, use the hand sanitiser provided at the church entrance and follow carefully the instructions of the sidespersons.

An online service of Morning Worship will be held as usual at 10am - return to the Calendar for details.

 

10:00Join us for Morning Worship online

Second Sunday of Easter

 


Once again we come together in spirit, sharing prayer and worship from our own homes.

 

Alleluia

 

 

So please join us at 10am when, through the medium of 'Zoom' our Rector, Chris will lead us in Morning Worship.



You can download the Order of Service here: A Service of Prayer from home

- and the Collect for today here: Collect for today

The readings for today: Acts 4:32-35 and John 20:19-31

- are here: Today's Readings

 


To get a link by email to the 'Zoom' meeting, contact chriswingfield@btinternet.com  Please join us just before 10am so that we can meet and prepare ourselves for the start of the service.


Covid-19:

We may now hold some services in church, so please check the Calendar for updates.

Some of our church buildings are open at certain times to allow individual prayer.

See Covid 19 Guidance - updated (from the right-hand panel on our Home page) for the latest information.

The "Resources" section of our website has some links to help you pray and worship at home and to keep you in touch with our family of the church.


Scripture passages for the Second Sunday of Easter:
Acts 4:32-35 (The believers share their possessions)
Psalm 133 (How good it is when God's people live together in unity!)

1 John 1:1 - 2:2 (Light and darknee, sin and forgiveness)
John 20:19-31 (Jesus appears to his disciples - and to Thomas)

Wednesday 14th April 202110:00Join us again for 'Conversation at 10'

A warm welcome to our Wednesday morning

'Conversation at 10'


After a short break for Easter we are pleased to welcome everyone back to our Wednesday morning 'Conversation'.

After celebrating the joy of the Easter resurrection, we were saddened by the news of the death of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh a few days ago. His contributions to so many causes across the continents of the world may perhaps be something for us to ponder.

Remember that if you want to look back at any of the short clips from The Bible Project we looked at over the last year you can go to Resources  from our Home page at any time.


You are warmly invited to join us this morning as we meet again for 'Conversation at 10'.

Bring your questions, thoughts and ideas -  about the Bible, the Church, Faith, other Faiths, the world .... truly the list is endless .... and come along, with an open ear, heart and mind – to hear and receive and to share.

 

 

 

 

 

We look forward to seeing you so, settle comfortably with a cup of tea/coffee and a biscuit and let us share our thoughts.

Everyone is welcome!
 


The link to our 'Zoom' meetings and services will be emailed a day or two in advance. If you don't usually get this and would like to join us then please contact Revd Chris Wingfieldby email. 


The Gospel for today: John 3:16-21 'For God so loved the world that he gave us his only Son'

Sunday 18th April 2021 Easter 3
10:00Holy Communion Crambe

Third Sunday of Easter

 

  A said service of Holy Communion
 (Common Worship)

 

 

 

To ensure safe distancing, numbers attending may be limited.

Please contact the Churchwarden if you wish to attend.

If you are joining the service, please bring and wear a face covering, use the hand sanitiser provided at the church entrance and follow carefully the instructions of the sidespersons.

17:00Evensong Howsham

Easter 3

A said service of Evening Prayer in St John's Howsham at 5pm.

To ensure safe distancing, attendance at the service may be limited.

If you wish to join us, please contact the Churchwardens (see the contacts page).

Attendees must bring and wear a face covering - and please follow carefully the instructions of the sidespersons when entering the church.

 

Wednesday 21st April 202110:00Join us for this week's 'Conversation at 10'

A warm welcome to our Wednesday morning

'Conversation at 10'


Welcome back to our Wednesday morning 'Conversation'.

Last week we had a wide-ranging and lively discussion, coming round to sharing views about different forms of worship. For much of the past year we have been unable to gather in church buildings for services, particulary Holy Communion. However, it is clear that online worship has attracted many people, especially younger ones, to the Church. What does that say about the way forward as restrictions ease? What does it mean for the future of our ancient church buildings? These were just some of the issues we discussed before we ran out of time - and coffee!

Do you have something to add? Join us this morning and have your say. 

Remember that if you want to look back at any of the short clips from The Bible Project we looked at over the last year you can go to Resources  from our Home page at any time.


You are warmly invited to join us this morning as we meet again for 'Conversation at 10'.

Bring your questions, thoughts and ideas -  about the Bible, the Church, Faith, other Faiths, the world .... truly the list is endless .... and come along, with an open ear, heart and mind – to hear and receive and to share.

 

 

 

 

 

We look forward to seeing you so, settle comfortably with a cup of tea/coffee and a biscuit and let us share our thoughts.

Everyone is welcome!
 


The link to our 'Zoom' meetings and services will be emailed a day or two in advance. If you don't usually get this and would like to join us then please contact Revd Chris Wingfieldby email. 


Two Bible readings for today: Wisdom of Solomon 9:13-18  'Who can ever learn the will of God?'
- and from Prince Philip's funeral service: Ecclesiasticus 43:11-26 'Look at the rainbow and praise its Maker'
 

Sunday 25th April 2021 Easter 4
09:00Holy Communion Foston

Fourth Sunday of Easter

 

  A said service of Holy Communion
 (Common Worship) in

 All Saints church Foston

 

 

To ensure safe distancing, numbers attending may be limited.

Please contact the Churchwarden if you wish to attend.

If you are joining the service, please bring and wear a face covering, use the hand sanitiser provided at the church entrance and follow carefully the instructions of the sidespersons.

10:00Join us online for our All Age Worship

Fourth Sunday of Easter

 


 

Once again we come together in spirit, sharing prayer and worship from our own homes.

 

 

So please join us at 10am when, through the medium of 'Zoom' our Rector, Chris will lead us in an All Age Worship.



You can download the Order of Service here: A Service of Prayer from home

- and the Collect for today here: Collect for today

The readings for today: Acts 4:5-12 and John 10:11-18

- are here: Today's Readings

 


To get a link by email to the 'Zoom' meeting, contact chriswingfield@btinternet.com  Please join us just before 10am so that we can meet and prepare ourselves for the start of the service.


Covid-19:

We may now hold some services in church, so please check the Calendar for updates.

Some of our church buildings are open at certain times to allow individual prayer.

See Covid 19 Guidance - updated (from the right-hand panel on our Home page) for the latest information.

The "Resources" section of our website has some links to help you pray and worship at home and to keep you in touch with our family of the church.


Scripture passages for the Fourth Sunday of Easter:
Acts 4:5-12 (Peter and John before the Sanhedrin)
Psalm 23 (The Lord is my shepherd)

1 John 3:16-24 ('This is how we know what love is ...)
John 10:11-18 (The good shepherd and his sheep)

Wednesday 28th April 202110:00Join us once more for 'Conversation at 10'

A warm welcome to our Wednesday morning

'Conversation at 10'


Welcome back to our Wednesday morning 'Conversation'.

Last week we opened 'Room 101' - a place to put those things we most dislike. That provided a way into another lively  and wide-ranging discussion!

Chris is taking a short break, so Ian will start us off this morning and suggests 'Healing and Wholeness' as a topic. But who knows what direction our discussion will take!

Join us this morning for another 'Conversation'. It doesn't matter if you have not been before - everyone is welcome.

Bring your questions, thoughts and ideas -  about the Bible, the Church, Faith, other Faiths, the world .... truly the list is endless .... and come along, with an open ear, heart and mind – to hear and receive and to share.


 

 

We look forward to seeing you so, settle comfortably with a cup of tea/coffee and a biscuit and let us share our thoughts.

Everyone is welcome!
 

 


The link to our 'Zoom' meetings and services will be emailed a day or two in advance. If you don't usually get this and would like to join us then please contact Revd Chris Wingfieldby email. 


Remember that if you want to look back at any of the short clips from The Bible Project we looked at over the last year you can go to Resources  from our Home page at any time.

The Gospel reading for today: John 12:44-50 (Belief in God)

 

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