Please note that due to the current circumstances services & formats may change.

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Service DateLocation and timing
9th May
Acts 10.44-48
Psalm 98
1 John 5.1-6
John 15.9-17
Lyonshall 11.00
Mike Kneen 
Acts 1.15-17,21-26
Psalm 1
1 John 5.9-13
John 17.6-19
Staunton 11.00
Guy Wilkinson
23rd   Pentecost
Ezekiel 37.1-14
Romans 8.22-27 or 
Acts 2.1-21
John 15.26-27; 16.4b-15
Pembridge 11.00
John Repath 
30th Trinity
Isaiah 6.1-8
Psalm 29
Romans 8.12-17
John 3.1-17
Shobdon 11.00
Anna Branston
June 6th
Genesis 3.8-15
Psalm 130
2 Corinthians 4.13  –  5.1
Mark 3.20-35
John Repath 
June 13th
Ezekiel 17.22–24
Psalm 92.1–4,12–15*
2 Corinthians 5.6–10 [11–13]14–17
Mark 4.26–34
Guy Wilkinson
June 20th
Job 38.1–11
Psalm 107.1–3,23–32*
2 Corinthians 6.1–13
Mark 4.35–41
Anna Branston
June 27th
Wisdom of Solomon 1.13–15; 2.23,24
Lamentations 3.22–33
Or Psalm 30
2 Corinthians 8.7–15
Mark 5.21–43
Lamentations 3.22–33
may be read as the first reading in place of Wisdom 1.13–15; 2.23,24
Staunton on Arrow
July 24th (Saturday)
? Linda MacDermott
July 25th (Sunday)

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Receiving communion in one kind

We have had some guidance from the Archbishop’s about a way to administer communion in both kinds by the priest dipping the individual wafers before administration. However our Bishop states-

  1. If you are anxious or shielding there is no compulsion to resume HC in both kinds.  Indeed there is no compulsion to resume HC in both kinds period. Reception in one kind remains a theologically valid way of receiving the sacrament. This method does increase risk slightly.

I know that some people object to communion in one kind however the majority of congregants do accept the principle and theology. Since I am shielding I do not propose to change at this point.