When you can't come to Church

In light of the latest government and Church of England advice, all worship services and church groups are suspended until further notice.

Here at St Andrew's we will be uploading readings, prayers and sermons week by week so that we can continue to pray and read God's word together: please keep watching this space.

If you would like to join any of our services by Zoom or by telephone, please email the Vicar for details.

You will find the order of service for the latest virtual Sunday Service here. Please do join by Zoom at 10 am or use the service whenever you are able. 

On Saturday 30 May there will be the last in a series of services of Night Prayer (Compline) at 9 pm with Bishop Graham to pray 'Thy Kingdom come'. The liturgy is available to download here.

 

Services for the week commencing Sunday 31/05/2020

Sunday 31 May, at 10am: Morning Worship for Pentecost

Tuesday 2 June, at 4pm: Evening Prayer 

Thursday 4 June, at 4pm: Evening Prayer 

Sunday 7 June, at 10am: Morning Worship for Trinity Sunday (joint service with Christ Church)

 

                                               Photo of Zoom service

 

We have uploaded the order of service and the sermon for the service for the 75th Anniversary of VE Day. 

You can also catch up with our Easter Services.

You can also find our previous Sunday at St Andrew's pages.

You might also like to follow a series of studies on CS Lewis, planned for the midweek Communion service.

 

Clergy and retired clergy pray in their homes each day. We invite you to pray as well, at home. 

On Sundays if you cannot join in by Zoom we encourage you to have your own act of worship at the time of the service you normally attend (8 am, 10 am or 6.30 pm).

There are also links to prayers that you can use at home on this page

Bishops Graham, Alan and Jonathan from Norwich, Thetford and Lynn have written a letter of hope  to everyone in the Diocese in the midst of COVID-19 fears. 

Please remember

  • The Archbishops and Bishops of the Church of England have urged everyone to follow the instructions given by the Prime Minister to stay in their homes in a national effort to limit the transmission of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

  • If you have health concerns and for the latest health advice, please visit the NHS website

  • For the latest Government advice and action plan, please visit GOV.UK.

  • For the Church of England Guidance to churches, see here.

 

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