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St Thomas à Becket Parish Weekly News Sheet

Sunday 4th July Fifth Sunday after Trinity

 

09.30 am                     Holy Communion at Colerne

10.30 am                      Holy Communion at Box

12.00 noon - 4.00pm  St Thomas’, Box open for private prayer

6 pm                            Zoom Compline

6 pm                            Evensong at Chapel Plaister

(if you would like to attend Chapel Plaister please book in with Janet or Anna Woollard)

 

 

The church building is open for private prayer as usual on Sundays 12.00 noon – 4.00pm and Wednesdays 10.00am – 12.00 noon

 

Collect

 

Almighty God,

send down upon your Church

the riches of your Spirit,

and kindle in all who minister the gospel

your countless gifts of grace;

through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.

  

 

Please pray for those who are ill

 

Karen Goodall Brown

We remember those whom we know,

who are suffering in sickness or adversity,

and those who especially need our prayers at this time.

Also the families of those who have died.

 

 

St Thomas à Becket Weekly Calendar

 

Wednesday 7th July

10.30 am                      Holy Communion

10 am - 12 noon          St Thomas’, Box open for private prayer

 

Thursday 8th July

9.45am                         Holy Communion at Colerne

4 pm                            Zoom Tea with the Vicar

 

 

 

 

Sunday 11th July

 

09.30 am                     Holy Communion at Colerne

10.30 am                      Morning Zoom Service

12.00 noon - 4.00pm  St Thomas’, Box open for private prayer

 

 

Tea with the Vicar

There will be ZOOM ‘Tea with the Vicar’ next week, Thursday 8th July at 4 pm.

 

Churchyard Tidy!

Many thanks to Charles Freeman and Dave Nicklin who helped with the church yard tidy last Saturday 26th June. But you haven’t missed out on the chance to be involved ? The next one is scheduled for 2nd of October, so please could pencil it in your diary – many thanks.

 

 

Our church building is open for private prayer and public worship

Whenever you come to our church building, for private prayer or a service these are the things we need you to do to keep safe and within the guidelines.

  • Sanitize your hands on entering the building and wear a face covering unless you are medically exempt.
  • Go straight to a place which is marked for sitting and stay there until you leave the building.

 

  • You can now sit in groups of up to six of multiple households, but these groups must be kept 2m distant from other groups. In this case please inform a warden so you can have one communion pot per household.
  • Please use the slip of paper to record your presence at the service for test and trace, details will be given on the slip and in the notices
  • Enter the building through the North Door and leave the building via the West door.
  • Follow instructions on the distribution of communion, stay in your seat.
  • When you leave the building don’t block the exit door and other people’s paths (maintain the 2m social distancing).