We are now ‘Worshiping Small’ to join with our community in slowing the spread of COVID-19.
This is how it will work:
You can worship at home alone or with your household, or with your small groups or with a few other friends and neighbours in a group no larger than 10 people on Sunday mornings
SUNDAY WORSHIP VIDEO
We provide a video ‘worship service’ led by Pastor for you to use at home. You can access either via You Tube here:
Or via DVD that you can pick up from the Office or have delivered to your letterbox before Sunday.
Please tell us which way you would prefer to access this resource for each Sunday.
It will be good to know that we are still ‘gathering’ in worshiping the Lord at the same time (Sunday morning when you like) and praying ‘together’, just not physically together (but still together in the Lord).
KEEPING YOU UPDATED:
We will continue to provide a Sunday Bulletin which you can pick up from the Office on Fridays or access on the St Petri Website.
Pastor will be doing short updates/devotions/news via St Petri Facebook page and web page every few days.
WHAT ABOUT MY OFFERING TO THE LORD?
You can keep your REG (Regular Electronic Giving) going as normal or sign up for REG now and keep giving that way.
You can also now use the ‘Giving” button on the St Petri website to give your offering.
You can also drop off your cash offering at the Office on Friday morning.
Pastor intends to visit various Sunday morning home gatherings where and when possible to give Holy Communion. Please let us know when and where your home worship gathering will be from week to week so he can move around our community.
You can send Pastor Adrian your prayer requests via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or telephone or let Rosie know of them in the Office. They might be included in the Sunday Prayers from week to week.
The St Petri Office will be open in a limited way – Monday to Thursday 9.00am –12.00pm and ALL DAY Friday.
This is an opportunity to trust the Lord, pray for each other and God’s world in this testing time and support each other and others, as we still continue to gather in Jesus’ presence even ‘where two or three are gathered’.