Sunday 9 August Mass for Ninth Sunday after Trinity - in church and on Zoom
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Coming to Church? What to expect..... Please click here for more details
the files here will be updated weekly to reflect the forthcoming Facebook broadcasts.
The doors are open, and all are welcome!
We are delighted that we can fully open the doors to St Wulfram’s again following the most recent government advice. The church is open for private prayer on Monday to Saturday from 9:00am to 4:00pm and Sundays from 10:30am to 4:00pm.
Each week, to accompany private prayer there will be a new focus for prayer placed in the church.
Sadly, we are not yet at the stage of being open for our normal service pattern. Our Parish Eucharist still must be celebrated behind locked doors, but all our services are available on Facebook.
We are praying that we will soon be able to gather physically together as the family of God, but only when it is safe to do so.
How do I join in the services online? If you are already on Facebook, all you need to do is ‘like’ the St Wulfram’s Facebook site; and, when the service starts at 9:30am, you will be able to join our dispersed community via the live stream.
The Community news is emailed out on Fridays along with the Sunday order of service. Please click here to be added to the mailing list.
What if I'm not on Facebook? And why just Facebook? We understand that some people don't like the idea of Facebook; however, with the numbers of people who already follow St Wulfram’s, it seems the most logical means of communication. You can register to use Facebook and simply just ‘like’ St Wulfram’s for the period of time moving forward. Doing this will also give you access to the other suggestions we plan to start introducing into these uncharted waters.
Pastoral Care - Please be aware that the time may come for your clergy also to self-isolate. That said, we are determined to keep in contact with you all as much as possible. However, for us to be able to respond to the changing situation that you may be in yourselves, it is important that we know how you are bearing up.
And finally - but importantly - love God, love your neighbour and look after yourself.
With every blessing.
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Below are the details of what would be our 'normal' services.
For the time being these are all suspennded due to COVID 19.
Please see the details above about how you can join in with the Facebook broadcasts.
08.00am Eucharist without music, using Common Worship or the Book of Common Prayer alternately week by week.
09.30am Parish Eucharist uses Common Worship with our outstanding choir of children and adults leading the sung worship.
Sunday Club meets every week during term. Children arrive with their parents and leave during the service to their activities and then rejoin the congregation at the Lord’s Prayer.
Family Eucharist - on the first Sunday of each month our Parish Eucharist is replaced with a more informal Family Eucharist or Parade Service (with the Scout and Guide groups), which is ideal for families with younger children.
11.00am Choral Eucharist on the first Sunday of the month is sung by our choirs. This service uses the full liturgical heritage of the Church of England. Incense is used; and our choirs sing the ‘Mass setting’.
6.30pm Choral Evensong sung every Sunday apart from the first Sunday of the month by one of our five wonderful choirs. (Evening Prayer takes place on the first Sunday of the Month.)
Mid Week Services
|Tuesday||12.00noon||Eucharist without music.|
|Wednesday||10.30am||Iona Eucharist (second Wednesday of each month).|
|10.30am||All other Wednesdays - Eucharist without music.|
|Friday||12.00noon||Exposition and Benediction (in the Crypt)|
|5.15pm||Choral Evensong (in the Lady Chapel during school term time)|