Jane Hough is making face masks!
She has a few available ..grey, blue pink and solid grey for those who don’t do flowers.
All proceeds to St Bart’s.
Metal nose bridge for good fit and washable..triple layered.
Price £5 (Etsy have them at £12!)
Visit on Facebook or telephone 01270 522568 to order yours.
Revd Catherine Cleghorn, Curate of St Andrew’s, All Saints’ and St Peter’s Crewe is livestreaming Compline at 8.00 pm each evening on the St Andrew’s Facebook Page at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/standrewschurchcrewe/A brief address for ‘Spy Wednesday’Revd Claire Maxim (who preached at the Plough Service at Reaseheath College this year) has also written a series of reflections for Holy Week, one for each day, inspired by her visit to the Holy Land last year. You can find these on The Arthur Rank Centre website at: https://arthurrankcentre.org.uk/together-apart/together-apart-worship-resources/ The Archbishop of Canterbury is posting a thought for the day each day on his Facebook Page at: https://www.facebook.com/pg/archbishopofcanterbury/posts/?ref=page_internalOn Thursday during the day, Bishop Keith will be leading the Diocesan Maundy Thursday Eucharist live at 11.00 am on the Cathedral website at: https://chestercathedral.com/stream/
The Acting Bishop of Chester, Keith Sinclair, is inviting you to “share a prayer and pray a prayer” as part of a diocesan-wide effort to support and serve one another through the coronavirus crisis.
Bishop Keith says: “We are all coming to terms with the new realities of the coronavirus pandemic. For us all this means staying at home, but even from our armchairs we can serve our communities in prayer.
Prayer sheets made up of prayers requested for a wide range of situations will be made available for people to download and pray in their own time. You can share a prayer and pray a prayer by visiting the prayer hub at www.chester.anglican.org then clicking on the ‘coronavirus’ heading, then on ‘prayer hub’.
Bishop Keith has asked that homes throughout the Chester Diocese should again, safely, place a candle in their front window at 7pm on Sunday, 29th March. The clocks will have gone forward, but as darkness gathers, they should become more obvious. Let us remember again, “The light shines in the darkness and the darkness shall not overcome it”.
St Mary’s Acton, St Bartholomew’s Church Minshull, St David’s Wettenhall, St Oswald’s Worleston
In light of the Government guidance around non-essential contact,
the Archbishops of Canterbury and York have issued advice that public worship is suspended until further notice.
It is with regret that St Bart’s, Church Minshull, is closed for the foreseeable future. It will re-open in due course when Government advice suggests that it is safe to do so.
Resources to enable you to worship wherever you are, are available
in the WORSHIP RESOURCES page above.
There is also a message from the Vicar on the Coronavirus page above.
The churches this evening asked people to (safely) place a lighted candle in a window at 7pm and offer a prayer for anyone affected by the coronavirus.
It included those who don’t do prayer to just light a candle too!
It was beautiful to see the response across Church Minshull.
Well done everybody, may the light dispel the darkness of this virus!
Our vicar added “The light shines in the darkness and the darkness shall not overcome it“.
For now, there is a prayer for the coronavirus epidemic at: https://www.churchofengland.org/
There is also a prayer for the day at: https://www.churchofengland.org/prayer-and-worship/join-us-daily-prayer/todays-prayer
and there are also various other apps to download to help us to worship at: Apps