Here you will find the resources you need to be able to join with others in the Clarendon Churches as we worship at home.
This Sunday the following churches have services for worship
8:00am – BCP Eucharist at East Grimstead, Holy Trinity
8:00am – Early Eucharist at Winterslow, St John’s
9:15am – Morning Worship at Alderbury, St Mary’s
9:15am – Matins at West Grimstead, St John’s
9:15am – Morning Praise at Winterslow, All Saints
9:30am – Parish Eucharist at Whiteparish, All Saints
11:00am – Parish Eucharist at Farley, All Saints
11:00am – Morning Praise at Pitton, St Peter’s
This week the Government have made it mandatory to wear face coverings in church. Please bring your own or ask for one at the door. Some people may have legitimate reasons not to which is fine, and those who are leading our services do not need to wear a face covering to assist those who rely on lip-reading, facial expressions or clear sound. Again like last week please follow the guidance at each church and don’t be afraid to ask.
Although we have seen a drop in the numbers who are watching our ‘Worship at Home’ on-line services, we are continuing to produce these for those who are still isolating or are uneasy about worshiping in church, and of course you can always watch as well as go to church. So this week we have a short service lead by Debbie McIsaac with reflection by Michael and prayers by Mandy Kerley.
Also for Winterslow, Pitton and Farley we have started again the regular pew-sheet which in included here for those who would like to reflect on the readings in greater depth or just check on local news.
Message from Hilary Semmons
The Trussell Trust are short of tinned fruit, rice pudding, sponge pudding, instant mashed potato and also shower gel, shampoo and toothbrushes. They have plenty of cereal, pasta, tea, tinned soup, UHT milk, baked beans, and toilet rolls.
Many thanks, with love – Hilary
Please use your local drop-off points.