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Lidbrook Group Weekly News Sheet 


Sunday 24th May 2020

Seventh Sunday of Easter


10.30am             Morning Zoom Service

5pm                       ZOOM Heart 4 Rudloe




Acts 1: 6-14

John 17: 1-11



Risen, ascended Lord,

as we rejoice at your triumph,

fill your Church on earth with power and compassion,

that all who are estranged by sin

may find forgiveness and know your peace,

to the glory of God the Father.



Please pray for those who are ill

Darren Harris

We remember those whom we know, who are suffering in sickness or adversity,

and those who especially need our prayers at this time.



ZOOM services

We are going to have a ZOOM service at 10.30am this week: if you would like to join the mailing list to get weekly invitations for these Zoom morning services, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and we can add you onto the list. The link will be sent out on Saturday morning.


The next Compline ZOOM service at 6pm will be on Sunday 31st May: if you would like to join in this service, please email Janet and she will send you an invitation.


There will be ZOOM heart 4 Rudloe this week at 5pm, please email Janet for details of the log in.


Welcome Packs for Box Parish

Brenda is looking to hand over her job of giving people new to Box parish welcome packs. If this is something that you feel you could volunteer for please let Janet know.



Thy Kingdom Come


Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer initiative which was set up to encourage Christians to pray between Ascension Day and Pentecost.

You can find out more about it here on the Church of England website – there is an app you can download

or on the global website


You can join in with the Bristol and South West event by clicking here

Sunday 31 May 7:30pm Join us by clicking on this link: 


Emma Buchan the Thy Kingdom Come Project director writes this


“When the Spirit of God came upon those waiting, watching and praying that first Pentecost, the followers of Jesus were not in the temple and they were not on the streets. They were in a home.  Church buildings may have been shut but the Church has maybe never been as open, with vibrant, faith fuelled prayer in households up and down our nation and Christians mobilised to do the works of Jesus Christ as we serve and support those in our communities most in need: prayer and care hand in hand”


Phone Line

Daily Hope offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services from the Church of England at the end of a telephone line.

A Church of England initiative in partnership with CONNECTIONS at Holy Trinity Claygate, and Faith in Later Life

The line – which is available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044 – has been set up particularly with those unable to join online church services during the period of restrictions in mind.



Christian Aid


Thank you for all your contributions for Christian Aid so far, if you would like to make a contribution please sponsor Karen or Clair, the just giving pages will be open until the end of 31st May.


To Sponsor Karen Brzezicki 300,000 step Challenge


And put in the comments for Karen


To Sponsor Clair Southgate’s 300,000 step Challenge


and put in the comments for Clair