Live Services

 

September Service Schedule:

DATE:

VENUE

SERVICE

Sunday, 6th September

Stoke Hammond

11.00am. Holy Communion (C.W.)

Sunday, 13th September

Bow Brickhill

11.00am. Holy Communion (C.W.)

Monday, 14th September Virtual via Zoom 7.00pm  Evensong

Sunday, 20th September

Great Brickhill

9.30am. Said Holy Communion (C.W.)

 

Little Brickhill

11.00am. Family Service, followed by Annual Meeting

Sunday, 27th September

Great Brickhill

11.00am. Harvest Service at Rectory Farm, followed by bring your own picnic lunch

The schedule of services and readings planned across the Benefice for September can be found on the following PDF file:- Click Here
 

TWO SERVICES THIS SUNDAY, 20th SEPTEMBER-
Said Holy Communion (Common Worship) Service, 9.30am at Great Brickhill

Family Service at Little Brickhill at 11.00am, followed by the Annual Parish Meeting

SUNDAY, 13th SEPTEMBER-
Holy Communion Service, 11am at Bow Brickhill

The service in the Benefice on 13th September will be a Holy Communion service at 11.00am in Bow Brickhill. Will those wishing to attend this service please let Stuart Leeming know in advance so that seating can be arranged to ensure social distancing:- stuleeming@aol.com    

SUNDAY, 6th SEPTEMBER-
Holy Communion Service, 11am at Stoke Hammond

Due to the social distancing rules there is a restriction on numbers, only 20 can attend. Anyone wishing to go to the service is asked to please contact Harry Davies in advance:-
07773 065271  harrydavies470@btinternet.com

SUNDAY, 30th AUGUST:-
On-line Family Service, 11am via Zoom

The service will be similar to the monthly Family Services. Andrew Smith has kindly agreed to play the piano for the songs. Anyone who would like to join in this service please contact Phillipa Cook for the Zoom log-in details:- pjcook6@gmail.com 

SUNDAY 23rd AUGUST:
Holy Communion Service, 11am at Bow Brickhill

Will those wishing to attend this service please let Stuart Leeming know in advance so that seating can be arranged to ensure social distancing:- stuleeming@aol.com 
Masks will be available if you do not possess any and hand sanitiser is also available and both are mandatory. The names of those attending will be recorded and the information will be held for 21 days.

SUNDAY 16th AUGUST:
The service this week is a Family Service at Little Brickhill at 11.00am

We’re delighted that we will have the first service here in Little Brickhill since 1st March, 5½ months ago. This will be a Family Service and we do hope that lots of families from the village and the other parishes across the benefice will want to come and join us. We’re planning to offer something for people of all ages.
Obviously, due to the current extraordinary circumstances and government regulations, we’ve had to make special arrangements to safeguard everyone’s health. We’ve reorganised the church to ensure appropriate distancing between family groups; anyone over the age of 11 will need to wear a face covering while inside the church and hand sanitizer, wipes and disposable gloves will be available for your use. We’ll be asking you to leave your contact details, which we’ll keep for 21 days.
Sadly, due to Church of England regulations, we won’t be able to sing, but we’re very pleased that Jerry Breslin will be with us to play the organ.
Weather permitting, outside in the churchyard we’ll be offering hot and cold drinks and a chance to stay and have a chat following the service.
We understand that some people don’t yet feel ready to come back to church services, but we’re very much looking forward to welcoming everyone who would like to come and join us.

SUNDAY 9th AUGUST:
Holy Communion Sevice at 11.00am at Great Brickhill, Holy Communion at 11.00am.
Tere will be no problem with the numbers attending but certain things will be a little different from normal. Due to the restrictions there will be no singing but Jerry Breslin will be playing the organ at various points throughout the service. Hand sanitizing will be required on entry to the church and seating will be in accordance with social distancing rules. Masks are a mandatory requirement and we will be asking for contact details of all those attending, which we have to keep for 21 days.

SUNDAY 2nd AUGUST:
The first service since the lock down is a Holy Communion Service at Stoke Hammond at 11.00am.
Due to the social distancing rules there is a restriction on numbers, only 20 can attend. Anyone wishing to go to the service should check with Diane Webber to see if there are spaces as it is first come first served:- 01525 270409  dianejwebber@gmail.com


August Services:

DATE:

VENUE

SERVICE

Sunday, 2nd August

Stoke Hammond

11.00am. Holy Communion

Sunday, 9th August

Great Brickhill

11.00am. Holy Communion

Sunday, 16th August

Little Brickhill

11.00am. Family Service

Sunday, 23rd August

Bow Brickhill

11.00am. Holy Communion

Sunday, 30th August

Virtual via Zoom

11.00am. Service details tbc

The schedule of services and readings planned across the Benefice for August can be found on the following PDF file:- Click Here


Live Services in Churches across the Benefice from 2nd August

Further to the Prime Minister’s announcement that places of worship may re-open for worship from 4th July, it has been agreed that live services across the Benefice will resume in August. There will also be virtual services to cater for those who do not yet feel able to venture out to church.

With regard to live services there will be one service per day at one of the churches on the first four Sundays in August at 11.00am. Although there cannot be any singing, the organ will be played at various points. We are aware that there are many who have been shielding or in vulnerable groups who do not yet feel comfortable in going to public places. By the middle of August, we will have more of an idea as to what people might like and will be in a position to plan for services in September and beyond.