Alleluia. Christ is risen.
He is risen indeed. Alleluia
Whilst it will be strange not to be worshiping together within our church building, I am sure that we will all find our own ways to celebrate Christ’s Resurrection.
This week Revd Joachim has suggested that we use a form of worship – Spiritual Communion, which is a way of uniting ourselves with Jesus and entering into communion with him even though we are not able to receive the sacrament itself. A copy of this is available below along with a sermon.
Bishop Philip will be attempting to live stream a Eucharist service at 11am from Lis Escop. He will be using Facebook Live on the Diocesan Facebook page to do this – you do not need to have a Facebook account to do this. The video will be available afterwards on the page. (If a lot of people are accessing it live the video might jump a lot, in which case watch it back afterwards).
The Archbishop of Canterbury will be hosting a live Eucharist at 9am. This will be available on the Church of England Website. At 11.25am Sunday Worship on BBC1 will be coming from Bangor Cathedral in North Wales.
Spiritual Communion Service – Spiritual Communion Easter Day
Easter Sermon – Easter Sermon
Easter Intercessions – Easter Intercessions
Message from the Archbishop of Canterbury on the closure of church buildings.
For this weeks notices please see the Pews News.