Church Readings: 18/04/21

Third Sunday of Easter

Here is the pew sheet and readings for this Sunday.

Appeal : Please Support Christian Aid

This week’s Pew Sheet includes an appeal. Ed and Sarah Condry are walking to all five churches in the Benefice for Christian Aid, which is celebrating 75 years this year. It’s about 15 miles going from Byfield to Upper Boddington to Aston Le Walls and then Eydon and Woodford Halse mostly along footpaths. The need is as urgent as ever and the usual annual collections have been impossible. Details of how to support the appeal are in the Pew Sheet.

Revd. Paul has arranged services for each Sunday by Zoom. If you would like an invite, please contact Lesley.

The  Fiveways Benefice website, Facebook page and Twitter page have gone live. The Chuch pages will be updated with these details. We hope that you will find these sites interesting and useful.

Website – opens in a new windowFiveWays Benefice (churchdesk.com)

Facebook – opens in a new windowThe Fiveways Benefice

Twitter –  opens in a new window5WaysChurches (@5_churches)

Pew Sheet 18th April

 

Pew sheet 18.4.2021

Download the 18th April Pew Sheet

 

The Church In Lockdown

Some churches in the benefice are also open for private prayer. See notices outside each church for days and times. Plans for church services open to the public are included in the Pew Sheet.

The Church of England has a free dial-in worship service to bring prayer to people’s homes while churches are closed because of the corona virus pandemic.

Daily Hope offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services from the Church of England at the end of a telephone line.

The national line is available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044.

CofE "Hope" phone: 0800 804 8044

 

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