Prayers during the day at home

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Prayers during the day at home hospital or church

 

Here is a prayer which we use at the end of weekday Morning Prayer:

May the peace of the Lord Christ go with you,
wherever He may send you.
May He guide you through the wilderness,
protect you through the storm.
May He bring you home rejoicing
at the wonders He has shown you.
May He bring you home rejoicing
once again into our doors.

Harvest Festival

Dear St Raphael friends,

I thought you enjoy Roecliffe Harvest as your YouTube worship video this week. Thank you to Florence Jarvis who kindly videoed the service for us!

With love,

Karen

Worship & Notices for Sunday 16th August

Dear friends,

I hope you have had a good weekend. Here is the YouTube video for this morning’s service.

There are also a number of important notices…

  • This evening’s service (6pm at St James) reflects on how we engage with, and co-operate with, God.
  • Morning prayer next week will take place on Monday via Zoom at 9.30am and Friday at St Mary’s Dunsforth at 9am.
  • Next Sunday’s 10am service at St Andrews will be taken by Rev Marjorie Warner, and evensong at St James at 6pm will be taken by Rev Wilf Gowing.
  • In a fortnight (30th August at 10am) we will be having an open air communion service on Roecliffe Village Green to which all are welcome. There will be hand sanitizers for you to use as you join and leave the service (though you may wish to bring your own as well). Please bring your own seating with you, and a plate on which I can place the communion wafers for your household. You will be asked to sit with your household keeping good social distance from other groups please. During the prayer of consecration, the bread will remain covered to ensure safety. Directly prior to the distribution I will sanitize my hands and will wear a mask as I distribute the bread ( the wine cannot be distributed at the moment). As this service is outside and we are planning optimum social distancing, masks are not obligatory for the congregation, though of course please wear a mask if you wish. Current advice states that if you do wear a mask, it is advisable to sanitize your hands before and after removing and replacing masks. There are plans to provide some undercover shelter via gazebos should the weather be less than ideal.
  • Questionnaire. Thank you to all those who have completed these – it has been very helpful to have a sense of the different thoughts and feelings people have about worship over the coming months, and please be assured that we will do our best to provide a “mixed economy” that meets as wide a spectrum of needs and hopes as possible. If you have been meaning to send me your questionnaire, I am still happy to accept them.
  • Virtual Summer Concert – this may be more of an early autumn concert! Please send me the recordings of your contributions as soon as is convenient – and thank you those who have already done so!

Love to you all,

Karen

Worship for Sunday 5th July 2020

Choral Matins this week – comprising John and a mystery singer – plus a sermon from Marjorie

www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXzl6zJ6vNzvUbtERAFwZJbaTPXiQOOUE

Just press ‘play all’ and the sequence of videos should play automatically. For some reason, Marjorie’s sermon just wouldn’t convert into the right format, so her two draft videos have been added to the end – after the last hymn.

Here is the order of service:  Trinity_4_2020