St. Matthews

This Week’s Services and Readings

For details of the Phone-in Services see the page here.   To download Phone-in service sheet click the link in Blue

For Services in Church and individual prayer see the page here.

Sunday School opens again

We will continue our usual weekly e’mail news sheet to help everyone keep in touch with activities at St. Matthews. This weeks news sheet is here. You can also keep in touch with our Facebook page.

Sunday 26th September

10 am

Eucharist in Church for St. Matthew’s Tide Led by
Fr. Paul Hinton
followed by buffet in the hall
Click here for Pew Sheet

Tuesday 28th September

10am-11am

Church open for Individual Prayer

Tuesday 28th September

8 pm

Phone in Compline

Wednesday 29th September

10am-11am

Church open for Individual Prayer

Wednesday 29th September

8 pm

Phone in service St. Michael’s Day

Thursday 30th September

10am-11am

Church open for Individual Prayer

Friday 1st October

10am-11am

Church open for Individual Prayer

Friday 1st October

12 Noon

Said Communion in Church

Sunday 3rd October

10 am

Eucharist in Church Led by
Revd. Val Hicks

The regular three campaigns are still available; The first is the regular Lockdown down campaign to ensure that the churches running costs are met during this difficult time, The Second is for St. Matthew’s Sponsored Child, Many of us donated on a regular basis to the sponsored Child when we were in Church, so this is an opportunity to continue those regular donations.  The Third is the regular Malawi Hospital Charity that we have donated to on the first Sunday in the month for many years.  We hope to encourage once a month donations.  For details of how to give see our giving page here.

THE PATRONAL FESTIVAL WILL BE AT 10am, LED BY Fr. PAUL HINTON

THERE WILL BE CONGREGATIONAL SINGING WITH ORGAN

FOLLOWED BY TEA OR COFFEE AND A BUFFET

LOOKING FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ALL IN CHURCH.

Although restrictions have now been lifted, we are still mindful that the virus has not gone away.  We will still be taking names at the door. It is no longer law to socially distance, but we would ask that you continue to do so in Church. It is no longer compulsory to wear a face mask but for your own and others safety it would be advisable to wear one in Church except when you are singing, taking communion or if you are one of the readers.  The peace will still be a wave and for the moment Communion will be given in one kind, bread only. Please sanitise your hands and come to the alter one at a time from each side and go back to your seat up the middle. We can now send the plate round for your collection. Sunday school children, please go to the Sunday School corner, and we will go out to the family room once the service starts and come back at the Peace.  


Sunday 26th September to Sunday 3rd October

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Published on 25 September 2021

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