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live streamed Service
Please join us for the live service at 10:30 by clicking on the link below.
If you would like the opportunity to worship together on Sunday morning the service will be on Zoom via the button below at 10.30. Please join anytime from 10.15am
Meeting ID: 819 0337 3299
If you'd prefer to watch and worship on your own you are still welcome to join us from 11.15 as we will still be there on Zoom chatting!
Alternative written versions of the service can be found here:
Based on the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent book for 2021, Living His Story, the daily reflections encourage all Christians to think about their calling, how to share their faith and reflect on the difference Christ makes in our lives. We witness to God’s story and the impact this has made to our story so that others might also find their story taking on new meaning in the light of God’s love. While the current restrictions on daily life necessitated by the pandemic present significant challenges, the suffering and isolation many continue to face make the need for us to share God’s love with our communities greater than ever. Rather than just being a Lenten discipline, this year’s #LiveLent is a joyful invitation to make witness a normal part of the Christian life, the natural overflow of a life lived in devotion to Christ.
From Ash Wednesday (17 February) to Easter Sunday (4 April), there are six reflections for each week, written by Stephen Hance, the Church of England’s National Lead for Evangelism and Witness. Each reflection includes a short passage from the Bible, a brief exploration of the reading, and a prayer. Additionally, each week has a unifying theme and an action to be taken during the week.
Families Eating And Sharing Together
FEAST (Families Eating And Sharing Together) is a food project based in Kent.
Feast was established in 2018 as a lunch project welcoming local children and their families to join us for healthy hot meals during the school holidays. Starting in just one venue once a week, but by the end of 2019 we were hosting meals at several venues over all the school breaks.
This year has been a bit different as it has been for many. We are still unable to host our meals until it becomes safe to do so.
2020 has still been very busy for us though! We ran an emergency food bank from March to September, and in August launched our new project Feast Fresh. Feast Fresh is the name of our community larders. We provide fresh produce alongside food cupboard essentials for a small donation. For more information, or to book a slot, at Feast Fresh please click the link.