On 24th February, we begin the Exeter Diocese Lent course: These are Our Stories. These reflections on Covid-19 are written by Dr Jon Curtis, Diocese of Exeter Lay Discipleship Advisor. The course is a new way of doing things, being a video with accompanying worksheets and should challenge, inform and encourage.
We will run twice, 7.00pm Wednesday evenings and 12 noon Friday lunchtimes, taking about an hour and a half with a break in the middle. Please contact us by email if you would like to be part of these groups and we will send you a link.
Update from the Revd KC 13th January 2021
As before, we are allowed to meet together for church services in this lockdown, using face masks, hand gel and keeping 2m distance. However, many churches have decided that the best way to be safe is to close for these few winter weeks.
– Bampton will continue to hold worship at 11.00am on Sundays. Morebath and Huntsham will run one service in the next few weeks – do check the “Service times” section to see which service is running.
– Private prayer in church can be arranged, contact your church warden.
We are praising God for the different vaccines becoming available; for those who are being invited to be inoculated and those involved in health care.
We are praying for those who are isolating, who are in hospitals and care homes and of course, for those who are grieving.
The Bishop of Exeter has given a short video message:
Message from Bishop Robert Atwell | Lockdown #3 on Vimeo
Thank you for those delivering supplies and food, writing letters and making telephone calls, keep it up!
Blessings upon you, Revd KC
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