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CLICK HERE FOR THE PEW SHEET THIS WEEK, 25.7.2021

THURSDAY MORNING - BCP Holy Communion has recommenced on Thursdays at 10.30 a.m. Whilst physical distancing continues, we will use the High Altar and the main body of the church. Please follow the Coronavirus precautions including hand sanitisers, track and trace, physical distancing between households and the wearing of face coverings whilst in the building. Prayer books will be placed on the marked seats on the pews ready for you to use.

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FOR OUR PRAYERS

For governments throughout the world dealing with outbreaks of Coronavirus and the well-being of all people

Our Vicar, Harvey, and all the family following the death of Harvey’s mother, Jean, thinking especially of her husband, Austin.

The families and friends of Terry Mayne, Mavis Evelyn Walker, Paul Jones, Diana Janet McCulloch and Veda Parry along with everyone who has recently been bereaved.

The sick and the suffering, those in the medical professions, especially those working for the NHS and care home staff.

Everyone involved with the Diocesan Shaping4Mission initiative, especially the Oswestry deanery team.

The staff and young people of our schools as they begin their summer break.

Those who are finding the lifting of COVID restrictions worrying.

All involved in the new 4 p.m. worship services beginning in September at St. Oswalds.

A reminder that Sunday worship is also provided online through the church Facebook page and here on the website services page.


TRAFFIC LIGHTS ARE AVAILABLE HERE TO PUT IN YOUR WINDOW IF YOU NEED HELP

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THE FOODBANK WILL BE OPEN AS USUAL FOR HELP OR DONATIONS. See Weekly News for details

 

A prayer for all those affected by coronavirus

Keep us, good Lord,
under the shadow of your mercy.
Sustain and support the anxious,
be with those who care for the sick,
and lift up all who are brought low;
that we may find comfort
knowing that nothing can separate us from your love
in Christ Jesus our Lord.
Amen.

To find out more about the Church of England's response to coronavirus, along with prayers and other resources, visit: www.churchofengland.org/coronavirus

Watch this space for further news. We will keep you posted. Keep safe, keep well, keep in touch.