Our Online Church Services

Find details of how to join our online church services here.

We have been asked to publish the sermon that people missed on Sunday 17th May. It can be found here

Sunday 7th June – Trinity Sunday
The readings sheet is available here

A sheet with variations to the Celebrations Order of Service will be available later this week


Order of Service
Although there will be a new Order of Service to take us up until Advent,


Hymns:
Holy Holy Holy, Lord God almighty

I bind unto myself today (St Patrick’s breastplate) Words Music
Thou whose almighty word

* Hymns without links are not available.
This may be due to technical matters or for copyright reasons, or simply because they aren’t ready yet.

Thursday 4th June – St Barnabas
The Order of Service is the Order for Morning Prayer


The readings are on a separate sheet, available here.

Hymn:
The Son of Consolation

(New English Hymnal no. 167, tune: Aurelia)

* Hymns without links are not available.
This may be due to technical matters or for copyright reasons, or simply because they aren’t ready yet.


The readings sheets for past services can be found below.
They will available for four weeks.

Sunday 31st May – Pentecost click here
An audio of this service is available here
A video of this service is available here

Thursday 21st May – The Visitation of Mary to Elizabeth click here
An audio of this service is available here
A video of this service is available here

Sunday 24th May – Seventh Sunday of Easter click here
An audio of this service is available here
A video of this service is available here

Thursday 21st May – The Feast of the Ascension click here
An audio of this service is available here
A video of this service is available here

Sunday 17th May – Sixth Sunday of Easter click here
This service was not broadcast due to technical difficulties, but any one wishing to keep up to date with the lectionary readings can do so here.
The notes for the Rector’s address can be found here.

Thursday 14th May – Saint Matthias click here
An audio of this service is available here
A video of this service is available here

Sunday 10th May – Fifth Sunday of Easter click here
An audio of this service is available here
A video of this service is available here

Thursday 7th May – Julian of Norwich click here
An audio of this service is available here
A video of this service is available here


To use your computer for to join our services:

A picture of a computer monitor showing Fr Chris conducting a service

Fifteen minutes or so before the service starts, open the link to ZOOM (here) in your Internet browser. You will then be asked to download and install the ZOOM application*. The actual method will depend on your system but please follow the instructions on screen to allow the application to install. When the ZOOM application appears on screen click “Join with Computer Audio” or “Call using internet audio” and you will be connected to the service with audio and video. To leave the call click on “Leave Meeting” at the bottom right hand corner of the ZOOM application or click on the “X” at the top right of the application window.

* If you have already downloaded and installed the application, you won’t need to do it again. Just click on the link and it will take you straight to the meeting.

In response to recent concerns about ZOOM security, You must now also input a password to join the meeting. Ours is 568916
Please input this carefully, or use this new link to join automatically

This is essentially browsing the internet and will be covered by your agreement with your Internet Service Provider. If you still have a restricted package, be aware that this will use a lot of data, for which your provider may charge. Most people will have an inclusive internet package, and there shouldn’t be a cost.. If you are using mobile data, your phone company charges will apply, and these charges could be expensive. Please refer to your service provider for details if you’re in any doubt.

To see Alun’s tutorial on managing microphones on ZOOM, click here


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