Services for use at home

Daily Prayers

Even though we cannot worship and pray together in person it is hoped that, in using this resource we are reminded that we still worship together in spirit.

Holy Week

There will be no services in Church .Please use the daily prayers ,times when the church buildings will be open for private prayer to be advised.

Readings and Prayers for the week

The readings and prayers for the week will appear on a separate page


BECOMING THE PEOPLE GOD CALLS US TO BE

Introduction

As we are currently unable to meet to worship together, we have put together this booklet of services for your use at home.

Even though we cannot worship and pray together in person it is hoped that, in using this resource we are reminded that we still worship together in spirit.

The Sunday readings until Pentecost are included at the back so that we can continue to journey through Lent and Easter together. Should you be using this booklet daily we recommend that for the morning prayer reading (other than Sundays) you work through a book of the Bible such as one of the Gospels, perhaps a headed section or two a day.

Please join us in continuing to pray for all affected by the Coronavirus outbreak, those suffering with it, those who love them, along with those working in the medical professions engaged in healing and research.

May we take this opportunity to assure you all of our prayers and if you want to chat, whether it’s about faith ,ways we can help or just want to hear a friendly voice, please give us a ring.

With our love and prayers,

A prayer for this time

Dear Father, who created us, and redeemed us, and who has promised us your love,

be with us in a time of danger and of worry.

May those who suffer, or who are ill, know the blessing of your grace,

while we who are well be inspired by your Spirit to be wise and to be servants,

working for the healing and wholeness of all, each in our own way.

Keep us calm and cautious, strong and open to service,

so that we take care of those around us, and also of ourselves.

We ask this in the name of Jesus.

Amen.

From Bishop Gregory Bishop of St Asaph