Live stream: Eucharist Thursday 30 September August 2021

Welcome to this celebration of the Eucharist – please add your own prayers, wherever you are.

You can find the order of service here.

In this service we acknowledge and lament that we continue to be kept apart from each other and from the Lord’s table; we pray for the world and each other; and, as at every Eucharist, we “proclaim the Lord’s death until he comes”.

This service was originally streamed live on our parish Facebook page.

Live stream: Eucharist Thursday 23 September August 2021

Welcome to this celebration of the Eucharist – please add your own prayers, wherever you are.

You can find the order of service here.

In this service we acknowledge and lament that we continue to be kept apart from each other and from the Lord’s table; we pray for the world and each other; and, as at every Eucharist, we “proclaim the Lord’s death until he comes”.

This service was originally streamed live on our parish Facebook page.

St Francis service: children’s songs, stories and blessing of animals

Everyone is welcome to join us on Zoom as we celebrate St Francis and all of God’s creation.
Click on the blue button below to register and receive the link to join the meeting. (If you haven’t used Zoom before, you’ll be prompted to download the Zoom app before joining the meeting.)

Live stream: Eucharist Thursday 16 September August 2021

Welcome to this celebration of the Eucharist – please add your own prayers, wherever you are.

You can find the order of service here.

In this service we acknowledge and lament that we continue to be kept apart from each other and from the Lord’s table; we pray for the world and each other; and, as at every Eucharist, we “proclaim the Lord’s death until he comes”.

Live stream: Eucharist Thursday 9 September August 2021

Welcome to this celebration of the Eucharist – please add your own prayers, wherever you are.

You can view the live stream here, and the order of service here.

In this service we acknowledge and lament that we continue to be kept apart from each other and from the Lord’s table; we pray for the world and each other; and, as at every Eucharist, we “proclaim the Lord’s death until he comes”.

You can find the order of service here.