Thank you to Michael Walton for recording the readings for our service this week : Ephesians 1.15-end and Matthew 25.31-end. We will be making a video recording of our Eucharist which will be online at the weekend. We are delighted to be able to resume public worship from next Thursday, 3rd November.
On Monday the Prime Minister announced that places of worship will be able to reopen across the country from Thursday 3rd December, provided that social distancing restrictions remain in place. This means that we should be able to gather around our altar once again to receive the Eucharist. There is a wonderful black and white [Read More]
We hope to resume public worship as soon as it is safe to do so. In the meantime enjoy this edition of Choral Classics Revisited introduced by Reverend Stephen Baxter. Our Choral Scholars are directed by Gabriella Noble and accompanied by Dr Andrew Earis. The theme for our music and readings is ‘Bread of Life’ [Read More]
Phillip is leading Morning Prayer on Sunday for the online community of St Augustine’s College of Theology where he is a student. Join him from 9am on Sunday 22nd November. Follow the order of service at this link.
Please join us for our Eucharist by watching this video which was recorded on Thursday 19th November behind closed doors, in accordance with the guidelines during the November lockdown. Please download an order of service at this link. Guidance on making a Spiritual Communion can be found here. The prayers of intercession can be read here. We very [Read More]
Thank you to Paul de Ridder for recording the readings for our service this week. 1 Thessalonians 5.1-11 and Matthew 25.14-30.
St Hugh, Bishop of Lincoln, the largest diocese in Medieval England, is remembered for his support of for the poor and marginalised, engaging with those in authority to seek justice. He was vehemently opposed to antisemitism and not afraid to stand up to the three Kings under whom he served (Henry II, Richard I and [Read More]
We are sorry that we have had to suspend public worship this month. We hope you enjoy revisiting this wonderful edition of Choral Classics – “Celebrating the Psalms.” The Choral Scholars sing: Jubilate in C – BrittenSicut cervus – PalestrinaThe Lord’s my Shepherd (from Requiem) – HowellsA New Song – James MacMillan Please do support [Read More]
Please join us for our Service of Remembrance, recorded on Wednesday 11th November 2020. You can download an order of service at this link. The prayers of intercession can be read here.
In this season of Remembrance, which includes All Souls and Armistice Day and in a year when we’ve been confronted by so much suffering so close to home, I wonder if it is actually any “easier” for us to cry – or whether crying (in public at least) is still seen by many as a [Read More]