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10th April 2020

Reflection for Good Friday

8th April 2020

Jesus Foretells His Betrayal

7th April 2020

A Reflection for Holy Tuseday

 

If things were different, we would have met in Church this morning, for a said service of Holy Communion. After all, this is Holy week – and the day is known as Holy Tuesday. The Gospel for the day would have included the words from Jesus “Very truly, I tell you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains just a single grain; but if it dies, it bears much fruit.” (John 12: 24)

4th April 2020

¶    Palm Sunday

 

 

The Collect

Almighty and everlasting God,

who in your tender love towards the human race

sent your Son our Saviour Jesus Christ

to take upon him our flesh

and to suffer death upon the cross:

grant that we may follow the example of his patience and humility,

and also be made partakers of his resurrection;

through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,

who is alive and reigns with you,

in the unity of the Holy Spirit,

one God, now and for ever.

5th April 2020

St Michael & St Wulfad Church, Stone and St Saviour Church, Aston

 

Sunday 5 April 2020

 

 

Following Government guidance around non-essential contact, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York have issued advice that public worship is suspended until further notice and church buildings are now also closed for private prayer.

 

1st April 2020

Morning Prayer reading Wednesday April 1st

28th March 2020

Collect

Most merciful God,

who by the death and resurrection of your Son Jesus Christ

delivered and saved the world:

grant that by faith in him who suffered on the cross

we may triumph in the power of his victory;

through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,

who is alive and reigns with you,

in the unity of the Holy Spirit,

one God, now and for ever

 

A Reading from the prophet Ezekiel

 

29th March 2020

St Michael & St Wulfad Church, Stone and St Saviour Church, Aston

 

Sunday 29 March 2020

 

 

Following Government guidance around non-essential contact, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York have issued advice that public worship is suspended until further notice and church buildings are now also closed for private prayer.

 

24th March 2020

Up to 1 week ago, we were sharing Morning and Evening Prayer in our two churches during the season of Lent. Of course, all that came to a grinding halt a week ago, with the request that all public worship services should cease. It has since been superceded by Last night’s Prime Ministerial broadcast, telling us in no uncertain terms, that we must “Stay at Home.”