As our Sunday worship continues, we would gently encourage all who are joining us to continue with the wearing of face coverings.
For those who are still feeling cautious, there will be space for social distancing, and hand sanitizer will remain available.
We will of course continue to keep all this under review and will adapt accordingly.
Our livestreamed and recorded Sunday worship will continue
and can be accessed by clicking the buttons and following the links below.
Doors open at 6.45 for 7pm start; all in church apart from Monday in the hall
NB: If you see adverts for the actual event in Peterborough, all their dates are a day earlier.
Our chosen sessions are streamed 24 hours later on the dates and times given above
Prayers for Ukraine:
We continue to hold the people of Ukraine in our thoughts and prayers – if you would like to use, in your own times of prayer, the songs from our special time of worship in March, here is a download link: Worship 14-03-22
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As we learn more about living with Covid-19, we are making every effort to proceed with safety uppermost in our plans and consequently some Upcoming Events may be subject to last-minute cancellation or postponement, however...
Sunday Worship times. Sunday worship will continue at 10am for the time being (This is also live-streamed on Facebook)
and there will be an evening service at 7pm on the 2nd Sunday of the month.
DO pray and join us and see what God is doing by His Spirit. This is time to rebuild!
We will continue reviewing what we do in line with government recommendations and other guidance from Exeter Diocese.
School Prayer Walk – SCHOOL PRAYER WALK IS NOW VIRTUAL TOO !
You can now join us in praying for St Budeaux Foundation CofE School from the comfort of your own home. Email Louis (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Bible Study on Tues at 7.30 – Our Tuesday Evening Zoom – which is also hosted from church so you can join in on Zoom or by coming to church – Bible study and prayer. All are welcome.
If you would like to join on Zoom, do let Stephen know and ask him for the Zoom details!
On Wednesdays, the church building will be open from 10.30am-12.00 noon for quiet private prayer, with a short service of Holy Communion at 11.00 This will be deliberately short (around 45 minutes) and we hope a short service will be helpful to anyone who, for all sorts of reasons, finds a longer service too much to cope with at the moment.
Wed and Sat at 9:00am – reflections and prayers - via Zoom. We would love more people to give it a try too. No prior experience needed.
Thursday Drop-in. From 9 - 10.30 a.m. All welcome to come for coffee and a chat.
Fresh food larder available and support for those who need a bit of extra help.
For emergency food parcels email: CareTeam (email@example.com).
Thursday Afternoons 1pm in the Hall. PRESENCE - Our new Daytime Get Together to Chat, to Pray, to Learn from the Bible and Meet with God.
You can just turn up but it is helpful if you let Stephen know if you are coming
Playtots Baby & Toddler Group - Fridays 9.30 - 11.30 a.m.
£1 per family includes a welcome cuppa for parents & carers.
Free play, rhyme time & snacks for 0 - 4 yr olds.
For further information please contact Lyn through email at Early Years (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Care Team - We are all here to look out for each other; if our Care Team can help, please do get in touch by calling 07719 279382 and leaving a voice message, or by email at Care Team (email@example.com).
The Archbishop of Canterbury (and his team) have produced a daily hope line - a free phoneline with a message, songs, reflections, and prayers.
Free phone number 0800 804 8044 (do listen to the full menu as there are 7 options from hymns to the latest government advice. Do pass on the number to anyone who does not have the internet)
If you have a concern about the safety of someone or the actions of someone working with children or vulnerable adults, please speak to someone.
The Parish Safeguarding Representative is Peter Sparkes
To contact the Parish Safeguarding Representative please click the following link:- Parish Safeguarding Representative. By clicking on that link an email window will open in your own email programme.
Contact details for the Diocesan Safeguarding Team can be found by clicking on the following link :- Diocesan Safeguarding Team
If you are a young person and you feel unhappy about something happening to you, you can call Childline on 0800 11 11