Sunday Worship Documents
You will find attached the service sheets for:
our weekly 8am Eucharist service,
and the 9.30am Eucharist service for
Trinity and Ordinary Time,
Christmas and Epiphany, and
On the third Sunday of each month, the service is in the Celtic Tradition with FreeSpirit, our music group, for which a separate Order of Service is used.
There is also a short sermon each week, for those who may not be able to get to church, which you can listen to by clicking on one of the links below:
https://soundcloud.com/user-878974931 (the current one)
Each Sunday at church we give out a sheet with the Collect, readings and post-Communion prayer.
You will find attached a useful guide for Spiritual Communion.
Supporting Good Mental Health
The effects of mental health problems are huge, and given the challenging times we are living in with coronavirus, it’s more important than ever that we take steps to support good mental health. The Church of England site has some good resources for this:
Each Sunday we give out a sheet with the Collect, readings and post-Communion prayer.
Join the Church of England’s daily rhythm of prayer by following this link. You can also download an app for your phone.
Pray as You (don’t) Go
Pray As You Go is a daily prayer session, designed to go with you wherever you go, to help you pray whenever you find time, but particularly whilst travelling to and from work, study, etc. Most of us are staying home until this crisis passes, but the resource is well worth a look.
A new prayer session is produced every day of the working week and one session for the weekend. It is not a ‘Thought for the Day’, a sermon or a bible-study, but rather a framework for your own prayer. Lasting between ten and thirteen minutes, it combines music, scripture and some questions for reflection.
The style of prayer is based on Ignatian Spirituality.
Silent Prayer and Christian Meditation
Every Wednesday at 7pm there are a few of us in St Lawrence Church sharing in silent Christian meditation.
If you want to join us and also explore making Christian meditation part of your daily practice, you can find out how here: