Over the time of the crisis, while we are not allowed to meet together in one place to worship on a Sunday morning, services and sermons will appear here. We’re using the Service of the Word 2015 liturgy as the basis for these services.
16th Sunday after Pentecost, 20th September – Pentecost 16 from the Rectory
15th Sunday after Pentecost, 13th September – Pentecost 15 from the Rectory
14th Sunday after Pentecost, 6th September with the sermon by Rev Susan Ward – Pentecost 14 from the Rectory
13th Sunday after Pentecost, 30th August – Pentecost 13 from the Rectory
12th Sunday after Pentecost, 23rd August – Pentecost 12 from the Rectory
11th Sunday after Pentecost, 16th August – Pentecost 11 from the Rectory
10th Sunday after Pentecost, 9th August – Pentecost 10 from the Rectory
9th Sunday after Pentecost, 2nd August – Pentecost 9 from the Rectory
8th Sunday after Pentecost, 26th July – Pentecost 8 from the Rectory
7th Sunday after Pentecost, 19th July – Pentecost 7 from the Rectory
6th Sunday after Pentecost, 12th July – Pentecost 6 from the Rectory
2nd Sunday after Pentecost, 14th June – Pentecost 2 from the Rectory
Trinity Sunday, 7th June – Trinity Sunday from the Rectory
Pentecost Sunday, 31st May – Pentecost Sunday from the Rectory – Happy Birthday Church
Easter 7, 24th May – the service can be found here: Easter 7 from the Rectory, the Sunday between Ascension and Pentecost
Easter 6, 17th May – the service can be found here: Easter 6 from the Rectory
Easter 5, 10th May – the service can be found here: Easter 5 from the Rectory
Easter 4 – Good Shepherd Sunday, 3rd May – the service for this Sunday can be found here: Easter 4 from the Rectory
Easter 3, 26th April – the service for this Sunday can be found here: Easter 3 service from the Rectory
Sarah and I are taking the Second Sunday of Easter ‘off’ this week so we won’t be posting a service this week. So we’d encourage you to join with the service posted on the SEC’s website this Sunday: Provincial Service for Second Sunday of Easter
Easter Sunday – the service Sarah and I put together can be found here on our YouTube channel: Easter Service from the Rectory. Following this service, please go to sing along with Thine Be The Glory. If you wish to download a service sheet to follow the whole service then you can do so here: Easter service 2020. A written version of Sarah’s sermon will be found here shortly.
Our Good Friday service can be viewed here: Good Friday service
Our Maundy Thursday service can be viewed here: Maundy Thursday service
Monday of Holy Week, Compline – service sheet – If you wish to download a service sheet, please do so using this link. Otherwise the service can be followed on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/watch. The service is available from 7.30pm on Monday 6th April. If you wish simply to hear the sermon, then an audio version can be found below.
5th April, Palm Sunday – service sheet – Please download this service sheet and print it off for use with the YouTube video which is found here https://youtu.be/g4F4cXsCWt0. There is no sermon for this Sunday as we read the whole Passion narrative from Matthew.
If you wish to take a part in a reading of the Passion according to St Matthew for Good Friday, 10th April 2020, please download it here: The Passion According to St Matthew. We will only be able to do this if we get 13 volunteers to read the parts who are able to record themselves reading them. Please help if you can!
29th March 2020, Passion Sunday – service sheet – Please download this service sheet and print it off for use with the YouTube video which can be accessed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TPJJAMmOFfA
This provision of services will probably develop over this time – if you have any difficulties accessing any of this media, or if there is something else you would feel would be helpful, then please contact Willie using the contact form on this website.
Lamentations 1:1-2,6-12, Psalm 86 - By William Shaw.
Ezekiel 37:1-14 & John 11:1-45 - By William Shaw.
Luke 1:26-38 - By William Shaw.
1 Samuel 16:1-13 and John 9:1-41 - By William Shaw.