Current notices for w/c 25th May 2020
Our Thy Kingdom Come Prayer Stations Video will be on our YouTube Channel from 10am on Sunday the 24th May 2020. Please do come and join us for the Thy Kingdom Come Zoom Prayer Meeting also on Wednesday the 27th May at 7pm - contact Fr Kevin or Natalie for details.
Please note, there will be no recorded Wednesday Communion for the next two weeks due to filming issues.
After many technical issues, our online donations page is now active. If you normally give via the collection bags or plate, please consider making use of this facility as it really helps our church and community work.
All parish events are currently cancelled, but that does not mean we need to stop being Church. A link on this page also provides information on enquiring about practical help. It is likely we will need to update this page regularly due to the rapidly changing circumstances we find ourselves in.
Churches Together in Southbourne held our Annual Prayer Walk. at 6.30pm on Tuesday the 19th May via Zoom. Thanks to all those who virtually met and prayed with us.
Our BCM Julian Davies, who normally writes our 'Monthly Reflections' in the magazine (which we are uable to print at the moment) has written a new reflection for May. It is available on the tab to your left.
Please do make use of our YouTube channel, the link can be found on our YouTube page of this website, which includes recorded services of worship and Thoughts for the Day etc. We will keep you posted as to when the church may be able to re-open as from the 23rd March 2020, as per government guidance, both churches are now closed to the public.
We have been instructed that Clergy only are now permitted to pray in our churches and record services again, so services will now be recorded again from the church buildings. This Sunday (24th May) is an Ascension Sunday Eucharist from St Katharine.
Most of our worship services, Thoughts for the Day, will now be recorded from here as per the Church of England Guidance.
Our Sunday services are normally released at 9am on Sunday Mornings on our YouTube channel.
In the meantime, if you do hear of someone who is self isolating, please do let us know. We may be able to contact them and possibly provide some practical help.
A useful resource about loneliness and isolation has been produced by the monks of Douai Abbey, and can be found by clicking the below link:
Prayer resources are available on this website, and we would encourage you all to make use of them.
We also have prayer services and Bible Studies online via Zoom, including daily Morning Prayer and Informal Prayer on Wednesday evenings. Please check out the information by clicking on the "prayer services and bible study' tab on the left of this page.
We will keep you updated, and please do stay in touch!
page last updated at 1227 on the 26th May 2020