Posts by Bryony Taylor

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Funerals during the pandemic

by Bryony Taylor

If someone you love dies in the next few days, of whatever cause, it will still be possible to have a small funeral held at a graveside or a crematorium led by a Church of England minister. Only immediate family members can attend (if the crematorium allows) – that is, spouse or partner, parents and […]

Take part in this Sunday’s service – sign up to help

by Bryony Taylor

I would like as much as possible to involve people in our online Sunday worship. There are 4 ways to help: send in a voice recording send in a video send me some text (ie. write intercessions as normal and email them to me for me to read out) send me a photo or picture […]

An act of Spiritual Communion – to say at home

by Bryony Taylor

The term ‘Spiritual Communion’ has been used historically to describe the means of grace by which a person, prevented for some serious reason from sharing in a celebration of the Eucharist, nonetheless shares in the communion of Jesus Christ. The form of prayer below offers Christians an opportunity to give thanks for their communion with […]

Online Sunday School ideas

by Bryony Taylor

Now children are not in school, this is an opportunity for them to help us with our online services! Children are far better with new technologies than adults and can be very creative. So to get your creative juices flowing, Rev Bryony is issuing a challenge to all creative kids to make a video, audio […]

Spiritual Communion Service for Mothering Sunday 22nd March 2020

by Bryony Taylor

Hello and welcome to our service for today. At the beginning of our service we are going to be lighting a candle, so you might want to go and get one ready before pressing ‘play’. Join in with the words in yellow. This is the first time we’ve done something like this so please do […]

Worshipping in a time of Coronavirus – message from the Rector

by Bryony Taylor

Dear friends,  I write this with a heavy heart. Following the advice of the Archbishops all public services are suspended in our churches until further notice. This means no Eucharist on Thursdays or Sundays. We are in a strange new world that we will all have to adjust to. We are feeling disoriented, unsettled and […]

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