Worship during the week for All Saints to Advent 2021
All Saints tide is almost upon us. I always feel a great sense of awe at the thought of all the saints that have gone before us, those faithful people who have worshipped where we worship today those folk who prayed for and served their communities with amazing commitment in good times and in bad.
In this season, throughout the benefice we will be remembering those who gave their lives for the service of our country and also this year we will be remembering all those who have suffered loss as a result of the pandemic. I expect we will all have different memories of how the pandemic has affected each one of us. Loss may have meant the death of a loved one or it may mean loss of a job or a business or the failure of a relationship. For some the isolation has meant a loss of a social life.
Many within our communities are still struggling with the idea of mixing with others.
Please do hold our communities and our church congregations in your prayers as we find ways of re-connecting while staying safe.
We hope that during the week of the 14th -21st November our churches will be open for people to find ‘a space to remember.’
To help us with our prayers, the liturgy and readings for the next month for morning prayer are available from the Resources section of this website or directly from HERE. You are welcome to join us on Zoom each day from 9am or use the resource on your own or together with others at home.
With every blessing
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