Revd Charles Higgins, vicar of St James Bullkington and St Botolph Burton Hastings has produced this video to explain what is happening in the light of the current Coronavirus pandemic and the decision to cancel normal services.

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Charles has pre-recorded his sermon for today (22nd March) and provided the text so that you can still feel part of the worship even though we cannot been in Church. Remember that the church is not just the building where we normally worship but us, the people.

Click on  Sermons (Audio) to go to this sermon, along with the full list of previous recordings. Click on the additional file to download the text. If you have any problems please email the webmaster who can arrange for the files to changed to a different format

As well as listening online, you can also download the audio file to listen offline, by clicking on the download icon to the right of the listing, next to the number of hits download icon

 

The bible readings as a PDF file for this week are also available by clicking on the attachment below

 

We hope that you are finding this new resource a useful addition to our worship and mission to the local and wider community.

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Download this file (Readings 22nd March.pdf)Readings for 22nd March 

Today's sermon (15th March) is now available.  You can either just listen to the Sermon however we have recorded the Collect, Old and New Testament Readings and the Gospel

 

Click on  Sermons (Audio) to go to this sermon  or the full recording, along with the full list of previous recordings.

As well as listening online, you can also download the audio file to listen offline, by clicking on the download icon to the right of the listing, next to the number of hits download icon

 

We hope that you are finding this new resource a useful addition to our worship and mission to the local and wider community.

The Archbishops of Canterbury and The Archbishops of Canterbury andYork have now requested that, in view of the rising number of cases ofthe virus, we do not shake hands during the sharing of The Peace and that the congregation receive Holy Communion in one kind (thebread). This will remain our practice until we are told otherwise. This is to ensure that we are doing all we can to look after everyone, especially those who are vulnerable. When we receive bread, we receive the fullness of God’s gift to us. The Church of England’s advice is displayed and updated regularly on www.churchofengland.org.

This advice is correct at time of printing. If you have any concerns, please speak to Charles.

Please pray for........

  • Alasdair Rowan, Paul Towers, Margaret Wykes, Anne McCreath, Pat Swift, Denise Waugh, Josie Bayliss and Mollie Frost
  • Those in our prayer corner and anyone known to us personally
  • For Charlotte, Jesse, their families, and friends as we celebrate their baptisms today..
  • Those who are bereaved especially the family and friends of Keith Rea, Joan Gutteridge and Frances Wills
  • In our parish this week, we pray for all those who live and work on Lutterworth Road, Marston Lane, and Mersey Road.

 

Follow this link for the Church of England Prayer for today

 

 

Today's sermon (8th March) is now available,  Sorry that last week's sermon was not recorded, normal service has been resumed.

This week we have also been able to record the readings, starting with the Collect, followed by the Old and New Testament reading and the Gospel

Click on  Sermons (Audio) to go to this sermon and the full list of previous recordings.

As well as listening online, you can also download the audio file to listen offline, by clicking on the download icon to the right of the listing, next to the number of hits download icon

 

We hope that you are finding this new resource a useful addition to our worship and mission to the local and wider community.

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