Following the lockdown, the first service at St Nicolas Church will be a said Parish Eucharist on Sunday, 6th December; 2nd Sunday in Advent. There will also be a Holy Communion service at 9:15am on 6th December at St Anne’s Church, Dropmore. For details of all services this month, see the ‘Services’ section of this website.
As always, we will also have a worship offering here on our website and provide links to the Diocesan online worship and the Church of England ‘at home’ offering. Our online worship includes Bible readings, a reflection and prayers for the day together with some lovely musical offerings. This offering is in the ‘Services’ section of the website so simply 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.
Oxford Diocese Online Worship:
We are delighted that our president on Sunday is the Rt Revd Olivia Graham, Bishop of Reading, and our address is given by Bishop Fredrik Modéus, Bishop of Växjö – Oxford’s link diocese in Sweden.
Advent is a time when Christians are called to ‘keep watch’ – to prepare for God’s coming among us in Christ. Such watchfulness is about noticing God at work, and also noticing the ways our world falls short of God’s intention.
To join the worship from 10:00, click the image below.
HOPE Together lead the Comfort and Joy online service for the Second Sunday of Advent. The service is led by Rev Yemi Adedeji and Rachel Jordan-Wolf preaches on the theme of waiting.