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Sunday 27th September
Harvest Festival 

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This Sunday, at 10am, we will celebrate Harvest Festival. As part of her training to be a Licenced Lay Minister, Emma Parren will be leading us in a creation-themed service. Emma has found some beautiful liturgy - this offertory prayer gives you a flavour of what's in store:

Almighty God, Creator,
the morning is Yours, rising into fullness.
The summer is Yours, dipping into autumn.
Eternity is Yours, dipping into time.
The vibrant grasses,
the scent of flowers,
the lichen on the rocks,
the tang of seaweed,
all are Yours.
Gladly we live in this garden of Your creating
and we give back to you our offerings
of money, food and other goods.
Please use them for the good of your creation.
George Macleod

Please bring Harvest donations for the food table/bank, i.e. non-perishable, including baby food and sanitary items.

If you'd like to be in church, please book your place, as below. Please book by 12 noon on Saturday.

If you are joining by Zoom, here is the service sheet. If you're coming to church, the service sheet will be supplied.

Emma would also appreciate feedback to help her with her training. Here is the feedback form, or if you would like to complete it online, here is the link:

We're beginning to get more used to a different way of being in church, but if you haven't been yet, please be aware that it's a very different experience from before lockdown. Please see below for more information.


The service link is:

Meeting ID: 865 6397 3122
Passcode: 613976

Please continue to let us know how the Zoom experience is.

Booking is necessary

With the 2m safe distance, it is only possible to fit 36 people in the church at once, and so, if you would like to attend this coming Sunday, please book your place with Aline (email or 07771 636 872).

Please book your place in church by 12 noon on Saturday each week.

As safe as possible ...

Please note that the wearing of face masks in church is compulsory for all in the congregation, unless someone has a legitimate reason not to wear one.

Further information about all the safety precautions and procedures is here