Resources for Sundays

Pentecost (Sunday 31st May)

This Sunday is the Feast of Pentecost and our Sunday worship is led by Revd Chris Campbell, with sermon preached by Andrew Hurst, music provided by various members of our choir and other contributions from across the congregation. 

 

If you would like to join us for Zoom Coffee after the service, please email Chris (chris@revcc.uk) for details. 

 

Resources for the whole family can be found here.

 

Download
Church at Home Pentecost.pdf
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Other Pentecost Resources and Services

 

 

As it is Pentecost, there are a number of excellent services and reflections on offer (as well as ours, of course!) For instance you might like to check out:

 

 

Bishop Dagmar’s Reflection

 

 

Eucharist on the Feast of Pentecost in the Cathedral this Sunday, with Bishop Stephen is presiding and preaching. Available on their website (follow this link) and on social media channels at 10.30am this Sunday: 

 

 

Church of England Thy Kingdom Come, special service, with Archbishop of Canterbury and including message from Pope Francis, more details here.

 


Sunday 24th May

This Sunday is the Sunday after Ascension Day and our Sunday worship is led by Revd John Hillier, with sermon preached by Revd James Shakespeare,  children's talk by Sam Heslam, music provided by various members of our choir and other contributions from across the congregation. 

 

If you would like to join us for Zoom Coffee after the service, please email Chris (chris@revcc.uk) for details. 

 

Resources for the whole family can be found here.

 

Download
Service Sheet for 24th May 2020
Church at Home 24 May 2020.pdf
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At home this week you might also like to look at these lectionary based resources for Living your Faith from Roots. 



Live Streaming Links

This week we will not be 'Live Streaming' services at St John's; although we will look at what we might produce during Holy Week. However, there are a number of churches and cathedrals which will be doing this well! 
If you would like to follow a full service either live, or in recording, why not try:

 

Ely Cathedral

Great St Mary's

 

The BBC will also be launching a virtual church service on Sunday mornings, across local radio and led by Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury.

 

Radio 4’s Sunday Worship can be found here:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006qnds

 

 



Other Resources

Telephone Services

 

We have launched our own 'Dial A Sermon' service. For anyone who isn't able to access our video worship, you can phone 01223 643887 to hear the latest sermon from St John's. Please do recommend to anyone you think would appreciate it.

 

The Church of England has also produced a free dial-in worship service phone line.

Spiritual Communion

 

Spiritual Communion describes a means by which  person can receive full communion with Jesus Christ, even when they are unable to partake in the Eucharist. 

 

Two liturgies for this are given below.

 

Spiritual Communion from Church of England

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Spiritual Communion 2.pdf
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