Church and Online Worship for Sunday, 25th October

There will be a said Parish Communion at St Anne’s Church, Dropmore at 09:15 and then at St Nicolas Church, Taplow at 10:45. Of course we will be taking care to keep us all safe asking everyone to:

  • Wear a face covering
  • Maintain 2m distance
  • Hand sanitise
  • Bring your own order of service (there will be a copy available for you if you haven’t got one)
  • Pew Leaflets will be available and it is also online
  • Sing only in our hearts!
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By Friday this week, there will be a pew leaflet available for Sunday with the Collect, the Readings, and our Notices.

Online Worship for 25th October

If you cannot join us in church on Sunday morning (or even if you can!), please be assured that our online worship includes the Bible readings, the sermon and the prayers which we are using in church lovely musical offerings. This offering is in the ‘Services’ section of the website so simply come online from Sunday morning and click on the ‘Services’ tab to participate or click the ‘online worship’ title below to go straight to the latest service. You are able to access all online Sunday services in the ‘Services’ section of this website. (the link below takes you to the most recent service)

The Revd Katie Tupling, Disability Advisor to the Diocese, presides for today’s Diocesan Online Service from the chapel in Church House, and Bishop Steven preaches from his home.

The original Bible Sunday was initiated by Archbishop Thomas Cranmer, and took place on the Second Sunday of Advent. That is why the beloved Collect for Advent 2 has its focus for the prayer that we should “hear, read, mark, learn and inwardly digest” the Scriptures. Now, however, we celebrate Bible Sunday on the last Sunday of Trinity Season.

Before the service begins, there is a video from the Pilgrim course on the Bible, featuring our very own +Steven back when he was Bishop of Sheffield!

Click the image to go to the service.

A celebration of Bible Sunday

From Holy Trinity Kendal, the Rt Rev Dr Emma Ineson, the Bishop of Penrith is joined by people from across Cumbria, including two newly ordained clergy.

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