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Church’s response to the easing out of lockdown

By The Revd Phil White Bleasby Community Website

Wednesday, 31 March 2021

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Vicar: Benefice of West Trent. Bleasby, Halloughton, Hoveringham, Morton, Rolleston, Thurgarton and Upton, inc. the village of Fiskerton. Southwell & Nottingham Diocese.

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As a Benefice we are tentatively proposing a roadmap back to in-person worship. It takes account of increasing numbers of double dose vaccinations and the government’s 4 step plan that is linked to the reduction of virus prevalence in communities.

We hope to return from Pentecost Sunday 23rd May, but are very aware this might be put back by any number of external forces affecting the roadmap. We are glad that all 7 parish churches are open for private prayer/visits each week see below.

Worship continues of course both on an individual level and through the consistently well attended zoom worship. As the Easter season of hope approaches please feel free to ask for an invitation to one or all of these opportunities to sense there is more to life than covid restriction.

Maundy Thursday - 1st April 7.00pm. A quiet ‘Tenebrae’ reflection.

Good Friday - 2nd April 3.00pm. A virtual walk through the Benefice churches and John’s Gospel account of Jesus walk to the cross.

Easter (and every) Sunday - 5th April 10.30am. A celebration of resurrection hope despite the experience of wilderness.

Email:phil_07@btinternet.com or call: 077 200 100 66

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The Revd Phil

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