Worship at Home

This is where we post resources to enable you and your family to worship at home both on Sundays and during the week. Also, scroll down for  latest news about services

Our church is open for private prayer but our main Sunday services have moved online.  There will be two services held via Zoom each Sunday:

9.30am Family Praise – a 30 minute interactive service for families and children with songs, a story and craft activities

10.30am Morning Prayer – a 45 minute service with hymns, prayers, a talk and time to share our thoughts in small groups

If you’d like to join one of our services over Zoom  and aren’t on our regular e-mail circulation, please e-mail vicar@stlawrencebovingdon.com  for an invitation.

If you prefer to worship at home, here are some resources you can use:

Worship at home on Sunday 17th January – Epiphany 2

For children:

17th-january-2021-activity-sheet

colouring sheet 17 January

A video version of the Bible reading for children

For adults:

An Order of Service for Morning Prayer, plus readings, prayers a talk and our weekly news sheet In Touch

Morning Prayer Epiphany season

In Touch 17th January 2021

Readings for 17th January

Sermon on John 1.35-42

Christmas Worship resources:

You can catch up with our Christmas service on our You Tube channel

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5AiavIDg1pglNiOIIgFHuA

Here are the Order of Service, reading, a talk and prayers for Midnight Communion on Christmas Eve (which you can use at any time over Christmas)

Midnight Communion 2020

Midnight communion gospel John 1

Christmas 2020 midnight sermon

Prayers for midnight

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In the spring we hope to be able to resume our regular pattern of services.  On the first Sunday of the month there is a 10.00am Family Communion service.  This is suitable for all ages and lasts about 45 minutes, with children’s activities and a short talk.  It will be broadcast over Zoom.

On all other Sundays there will be a 30 minute Family Service in church at 9.30am, followed by either Parish Communion in church or Morning Prayer over Zoom at 10.30am