Sunday 24th January
9.30 am Holy Communion via Zoom*
9:30 am Eucharist Service from the Welwyn Team
broadcast live from St Mary’s Welwyn
The Welwyn Team service booklets are available from https://www.welwyn.org.uk/onlinechurch
For the latest upates on Covid-19 regulations - Coronavirus Information
For weekly prayers and other resources see - Resources for Private Worship
For the latest Newsletter see - Newsletter
For the online edition of the Parish Magazine see - Parish Magazine
Join us on 7th Feb for Café Church Online!
This months Theme: PPE for the Spirit
Update 21st Jan 2021
The Church building remains closed for public worship at present, in view of the current levels of infection with COVID-19.
We are holding Sunday worship and weekly Wednesday evening prayers on Zoom
As the COVID vaccination programme is rolled out, please be aware that some scams are circulating by phone, text and email. Please do not click on any links they contain. They will lead you to a very convincing page, but at the end will ask you to pay for the vaccine. The Government vaccination programme is free and you cannot jump the queue by paying for it. Those who are eligible for the vaccine first will receive a letter and/or an email with an invitation to ring for an appointment.
Due to restrictions on public movement, the Parish Magazine has not be printed or circulated since March, you can find the abridged online versions here - Parish Magazine
More general information can be found at https://www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-churches
For the latest government response please visit: https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response
For the latest health advice from the NHS please visit: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
Please click below to download the abridged version of the Parish Magazine
Foodbank December Update:
General items of food needed:
Fresh fruit...apples and satsumas, oranges, potatoes, onions and carrots are always welcome.
Tins of vegetables
Tea and long-life milk
Toiletries, female hygiene products, and cleaning sprays are always in demand
Usual top-up items for Christmas ... such as mince pies, crackers, etc.
A reminder about filling a Christmas stocking for children - with small treats … and these will be going out with the Christmas food parcels.
19th December is the drop-off date for stockings please (they can be brought to the Foodbank between 11am and 1pm on 19th) ... ready for delivery on 21st.
It would be great to indicate the age-range the stocking is intended for please:
- Under 5s
- 5-10 years
- Young teens
And to add a coloured tag (red for girls and green for boys).
All information can be found on the Foodbank Facebook page.
Caroline passes on her thanks for everyone’s continued and ongoing support.
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