WORSHIPPING, CARING, SHARING
in the name and love of God
St Laurence, Appleton
is a registered Fairtrade Church
Important Information: changes to January services
In the light of even more recent guidelines and the virulent nature of the transmissibility of the new Coronavirus strain, we have decided to continue indefinitely with 10am services via Zoom. This means that 10am services beyond the 10th January will take place via zoom and 8am and 6pm services are cancelled for the time being.
In addition, we also hold fortnightly Prayer Meetings and The Bible Talks every second Sunday. The Bible Talks will begin this Sunday 10th January brought forward from 17th January with a new time of 7.45pm for an 8pm start.
[email protected] via Zoom
A fortnightly Prayer Meeting - Tuesday at 7.45pm for 8pm - via Zoom (from tonight)
A fortnightly The Bible Talks - Sundays at 7.45pm for 8pm - via Zoom (from this Sunday, 10 Jan - this is earlier than previously advertised)
Some Church members less comfortable with computers, are receiving copies of Rev’d Phil’s sermons each week. Mindful that other Church family members might like to receive an electronic copy of Phil’s weekly sermon please contact Carol Dodimead [email protected] and she will send it to you each week.
Services and sermons are loaded up to our YouTube channel regularly and you can also these easily via the church website www.stlaurenceappleton.org
Rev’d Phil is also offering two new resources (£1 per copy) to aid and enrich one’s own reading and understanding of the Bible. If you would like to receive one of these, please let us know.
Thank you for your continued understanding and support.
Take care and keep safe
St Laurence PCC
To help us comply with government guidelines, ‘track and trace’ and to give us an idea of how many intend to join any particular service, we have composed a simple form and we are asking for your cooperation by filling it in for a service whenever you are thinking of coming.
By completing the form, we gain an understanding of groups of numbers. You may be attending as a family of five or simply on your own. This helps us allocate chairs and gives us an idea of how to use the space wisely and to accommodate as many as we can.
There are some within the church family who are not regular computer users, and most of these are known to us. However, if someone you know needs help, please complete a form on their behalf or contact [email protected]
We are planning to run a new course for anyone that may be interested sometime in the near future. If you would like further information or have any questions you would like to ask before committing please contact Stuart - [email protected] - One of our Churchwardens.
If you're interested in joining, email Stuart Gibson - [email protected] - to be added to the invitee list. You don't need a laptop/webcam to join (although these will help with the experience) - just a phone is sufficient.