Important information relating to our services: It is with deep regret that, with immediate effect, all services at St Margaret's Church are suspended until further notice.
Come, my people, enter your chambers, and shut your door behind you; hide yourselves for a little while until the fury has passed by.
I hope you are well, virus free and that some of you are now able to get out and about and make contact with families who have been sorely missed in the last weeks. As we journey on, there is some light at the end of the tunnel, as plans are afoot to re-open church in the near future. There will be restrictions of course, to keep everyone as safe as we possibly can, with social distancing and limiting numbers being amongst the possible restrictions. When we've finalised all arrangements we'll let you know. In the meantime, please be careful, take care wherever you are and in all that you do.
With my love and every blessing to you all.
‘A vibrant worshipping church, learning and growing together,
welcoming all, sharing God's love whilst serving our community'
Because of Covid-19 I will continue with daily prayer in church, alone, at 8:30 and 16.00. Please join in, by praying with me at home.
Monday: Psalm 50: 7-15, Matthew 10: 34-11:1
Tuesday: Psalm 48: 1-7, Matthew 11: 20-24
Wednesday: Psalm 94: 5-11, Matthew 11: 25-27
Thursday: Psalm 102: 14-21, Matthew 11: 28-end
Friday: Psalm 32: 1-8, Matthew 12: 1-8
Saturday: Psalm 10: 1-5a,12 Matthew 12: 14-21
Although services are suspended at St Margaret's Church because of Covid-19 you can either worhsip at home, using the Liturgy, or join a livestream Sunday service. See below for details.
10.30am – informal, contemporary evangelical service from St James' Clitheroe (then click 'watch live' to be redirected)
10.30am – sung parish mass from St Mary's Kenton
9.30am and 6pm – contemporary band-led service from Buckingham Parish Church
Morning prayer on Church of England website (this is also available to download as an App for your phone)
There is also a Sunday service on radio 4 at 8.10am and on the TV, Songs of Praise.
"Serve wholeheartedly as if you were serving the Lord”
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