Worship at Home
Sunday Services - 29th May 2022
Sunday Services - 22nd May 2022
Sunday Services - 15th May 2022
Sunday Services - 8th May 2022
Sunday Services - 1st May 2022
Morning Prayer is on Mondays and Wednesdays at 8.15 am with Roman, on Zoom.
A Friendly Bible Study is held on Wednesday evenings at 8.00-9.00 pm on Zoom with Roman.
The Zoom details for both the morning prayer and the bible study is as follows:-
Meeting ID: 216 318 292 - Passcode: 025400
Roman is live streaming Evening Prayer for the benefice each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 6.00pm on the St Peter and St Paul Black Notley Facebook site. He is currently featuring the Prayers for the Nation which our Archbishops have called for as our distinctive way of helping our fellow citizens this month in these worrying times.
Nikki is also live-streaming Evening Prayer for the benefice on Mondays at 6.00 pm. Please join them if you can.
Look out for LIVESTREAM too on one of the three church Facebook pages, All Saints Rayne, the Church in Great Notley & St Peter and St Paul Black Notley. Streamed Sunday Services are usually made available on our YouTube Channel later the same day.
There are plenty of online resources too, here are some examples:
The BBC's Daily Service and Sunday Worship - radio programmes will be using some of the themes from #LiveLent as part of their broadcasts.
Prayer for the day - each day the Church of England publishes audio and text of the Prayer for the Day.
Pray as you go app
Live streaming services - users can watch live streams of services from a range of churches and we will be improving AChurchNearYou.com in the days ahead to make this clearer.
Daily Hope - The Church of England has launched a free dial-in worship service to bring prayer to people's homes while churches are closed because of the coronavirus pandemic. The national line is available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044 and offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services from the Church of England at the end of a telephone line. Do spread the word among those who can't access online services.