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March

Monday 1st March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

20:00Lent Book Group on Zoom

We are joining in with the Archbishop of Canterbury's big read, so the book is Living His Story:  Revealing the extraordinary love of God in ordinary ways: by Hannah Steele.  There is an accompanying booklet aimed at groups, called "LiveLent: God's Story Our Story" which has a weekly action, short daily readings and a prayer point.

For those who 'registered' in time, printed versions of the booklet should be available; please ask to see if there are any spare copies - or get an virtual copy here: Church of England Lent resources page.

The Group is meeting on Zoom - for connection details, please contact Lauryn Awbrey.

Tuesday 2nd March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

Wednesday 3rd March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

Thursday 4th March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

Friday 5th March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

10:30World Day of Prayer Zoom gathering

This year the World Day of Prayer will be rather different as we are gathering on Zoom to celebrate the service from home. It has been prepared by the Christian women of Vanuatu (scattered islands over 1100 miles to the east of Australia) on the theme "Build on a Strong Foundation" (Matt 7:24-27), particularly appropriate at the present time!

If you would like to join us, please contact Pat Hudis via the Parish Office so you can receive the Zoom details and an order of service. Even If you cannot access Zoom, an order of service can be delivered to you if you let us know. Last year, in the UK alone, WDP raised over £100,000 which was distributed to more than 30 projects at home and abroad - and urgently needs our support this year. If you'd like to make a donation, please visit wwdp.org.uk.

Thank you very much

Pat Hudis

Sunday 7th March 202109:30Parish Eucharist for the Third Sunday of Lent (online only)

This week's service is for an online congregation only; please do not come to Church; watch the live stream instead.

We are pleased to say we will have a live soloist - Andrew Harbord, who will sing two hymns, the first at the start of the service.

We welcome the Rev Kate Peacock, Deputy director of Mission & Ministry, St Albans Diocese as our President & Preacher for our service of Communion. We are grateful to her for leading our worship.

The links to the service and to the resources are also in our weekly email update. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here.

10:30Church Open for Private Prayer
10:30Online Coffee

You are invited to online Coffee on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly newsletter. To be added to future editions, please subscribe here (and choose '2' for this week's link)
  2. Ask for the link by email
Monday 8th March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

20:00Lent Book Group on Zoom

We are joining in with the Archbishop of Canterbury's big read, so the book is Living His Story:  Revealing the extraordinary love of God in ordinary ways: by Hannah Steele.  There is an accompanying booklet aimed at groups, called "LiveLent: God's Story Our Story" which has a weekly action, short daily readings and a prayer point.

For those who 'registered' in time, printed versions of the booklet should be available; please ask to see if there are any spare copies - or get an virtual copy here: Church of England Lent resources page.

The Group is meeting on Zoom - for connection details, please contact Lauryn Awbrey.

Tuesday 9th March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

Wednesday 10th March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

Thursday 11th March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

Friday 12th March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

Sunday 14th March 202109:30Parish Eucharist for Mothering Sunday (online only)

This week's service is for an online congregation only; please do not come to Church; watch the live stream instead.

We are pleased to say we will have a live soloist - Anna, who will sing two hymns, the first at the start of the service.

We welcome the Rev Jill Suttie from St Mark's in Colney Heath as our President & Preacher for our service of Communion. We are grateful to her for leading our worship.

The links to the service and to the resources are also in our weekly email update. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here.

10:30Church Open for Private Prayer
10:30Online Coffee

You are invited to online Coffee on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly newsletter. To be added to future editions, please subscribe here (and choose '2' for this week's link)
  2. Ask for the link by email
Monday 15th March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

20:00Lent Book Group on Zoom

We are joining in with the Archbishop of Canterbury's big read, so the book is Living His Story:  Revealing the extraordinary love of God in ordinary ways: by Hannah Steele.  There is an accompanying booklet aimed at groups, called "LiveLent: God's Story Our Story" which has a weekly action, short daily readings and a prayer point.

For those who 'registered' in time, printed versions of the booklet should be available; please ask to see if there are any spare copies - or get an virtual copy here: Church of England Lent resources page.

The Group is meeting on Zoom - for connection details, please contact Lauryn Awbrey.

Tuesday 16th March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

Wednesday 17th March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

Thursday 18th March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

Friday 19th March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

Sunday 21st March 202109:30Parish Eucharist for the Fifth Sunday of Lent (online only)

This week's service is for an online congregation only; please do not come to Church; watch the live stream instead.

We are pleased to say we will have a live soloist - Andrew Harbord, who will sing two hymns, the first at the start of the service.

We welcome the Rev Tim Lomax, Director of Mission & Ministry, St Albans Diocese as our President & Preacher for our service of Communion. We are grateful to him for leading our worship.

The links to the service and to the resources are also in our weekly email update. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here.

10:30Church Open for Private Prayer
10:30Online Coffee

You are invited to online Coffee on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly newsletter. To be added to future editions, please subscribe here (and choose '2' for this week's link)
  2. Ask for the link by email
Monday 22nd March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

20:00Lent Book Group on Zoom

We are joining in with the Archbishop of Canterbury's big read, so the book is Living His Story:  Revealing the extraordinary love of God in ordinary ways: by Hannah Steele.  There is an accompanying booklet aimed at groups, called "LiveLent: God's Story Our Story" which has a weekly action, short daily readings and a prayer point.

For those who 'registered' in time, printed versions of the booklet should be available; please ask to see if there are any spare copies - or get an virtual copy here: Church of England Lent resources page.

The Group is meeting on Zoom - for connection details, please contact Lauryn Awbrey.

Tuesday 23rd March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

Wednesday 24th March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

Thursday 25th March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

Friday 26th March 202108:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

Sunday 28th March 2021 Holy week
09:30Palm Sunday Parish Eucharist (online only)

This week's service is for an online congregation only; please do not come to Church; watch the live stream instead.

We are pleased to say we will have a live soloist - Warren Greaves, who will sing two hymns, the first at the start of the service.

We welcome the Ven Jonathan Smith as our President & Preacher for our service of Communion. We are grateful to him for leading our worship.

The links to the service and to the resources are also in our weekly email update. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here.

10:30Church Open for Private Prayer
10:30Online Coffee

You are invited to online Coffee on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly newsletter. To be added to future editions, please subscribe here (and choose '2' for this week's link)
  2. Ask for the link by email
Monday 29th March 2021 Holy week
 Holy Week Short Retreats ‘Come Away …’ (Various times)

“Come Away…  ”  –  with so much of work, life and ministry based from home at the present, we need to try that bit harder to come away from it all.  Be encouraged to turn off your email notifications, switch your phone to silent, and set aside some time from the busyness to spend time in God’s presence, reading and reflecting on his Word and in fellowship with others.

These short retreats, based on The Feeding of the Five Thousand, from the gospel of Mark, are planned on the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of Holy Week  (29-31 March 2021).  Find out more with the ‘Come Away’ Flyer (PDF file) - or via the page on the Diocese website.

 

08:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

20:00Lent Book Group on Zoom

We are joining in with the Archbishop of Canterbury's big read, so the book is Living His Story:  Revealing the extraordinary love of God in ordinary ways: by Hannah Steele.  There is an accompanying booklet aimed at groups, called "LiveLent: God's Story Our Story" which has a weekly action, short daily readings and a prayer point.

For those who 'registered' in time, printed versions of the booklet should be available; please ask to see if there are any spare copies - or get an virtual copy here: Church of England Lent resources page.

The Group is meeting on Zoom - for connection details, please contact Lauryn Awbrey.

Tuesday 30th March 2021 Holy week
 Holy Week Short Retreats ‘Come Away …’ (Various times)

“Come Away…  ”  –  with so much of work, life and ministry based from home at the present, we need to try that bit harder to come away from it all.  Be encouraged to turn off your email notifications, switch your phone to silent, and set aside some time from the busyness to spend time in God’s presence, reading and reflecting on his Word and in fellowship with others.

These short retreats, based on The Feeding of the Five Thousand, from the gospel of Mark, are planned on the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of Holy Week  (29-31 March 2021).  Find out more with the ‘Come Away’ Flyer (PDF file) - or via the page on the Diocese website.

 

08:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

Wednesday 31st March 2021 Holy week
 Holy Week Short Retreats ‘Come Away …’ (Various times)

“Come Away…  ”  –  with so much of work, life and ministry based from home at the present, we need to try that bit harder to come away from it all.  Be encouraged to turn off your email notifications, switch your phone to silent, and set aside some time from the busyness to spend time in God’s presence, reading and reflecting on his Word and in fellowship with others.

These short retreats, based on The Feeding of the Five Thousand, from the gospel of Mark, are planned on the Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of Holy Week  (29-31 March 2021).  Find out more with the ‘Come Away’ Flyer (PDF file) - or via the page on the Diocese website.

 

08:30Morning Prayer (online)

We hold our morning prayer on Zoom.  There are two options for obtaining the link for this:

  1. It is in our weekly email updates. To be added to future updates, please subscribe here (and choose '2' to get the link immediately).
  2. Ask for the link by email.

There is no need to have any books, everything will be on the screen (for a good size of text it is recommended to use a computer or tablet rather than a smartphone). 

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