Sunday, January 16, 2022

Worship podcast link and other news: Jan 16

Dear friends

Join us for worship online, on the phone or in the building today. Click on the picture above, or the link below to access the podcast.

with best wishes
Anne Le Bas


Online
Worship podcast     Order of service
You can also access this podcast by phoning 01732 928061


In the church building today - Jan 16
10 am   Holy Communion: Preacher , Jess Heeb
6.30pm Evensong


During the week

Wednesday                      5- 5.30 pm Children's Choir in the church hall
                                          7.15- 8.15 Choir

Thursday       8pm PCC meeting on Zoom

Friday           
 10.30-12.30 Friday Group in the church hall

Sunday Jan 23

10 am   Holy Communion: celebrant and preacher Revd Adie McCall
6.30pm  Evensong

Epiphany 2
John 2.1-11
Today's Gospel story is the popular tale of the wedding at Cana, which Jess Heeb will be exploring in the sermon. Transforming water into wine sounds like it would always be a vote winner - and a huge help to a family facing social disgrace when the wine starts to run out - but what is the deeper meaning of this story?.
(Image: Wedding at Cana by Andrea Boscoli  1560-1606)

 
ALL AGE IDEA 
The Bible story today tells of a time when Jesus turned water into wine at a wedding party. It's a story which reminds us that God wants us to enjoy life and find lots of good things in it to share. 
This week, how about making a "joy" jar, or making a "joy" board - whenever you see or hear something that brings you joy, write or draw it on a slip of paper and put it in the jar or on the board. At the end of the week, see how many causes for joy you have found. 

Today's Gospel story. 
STORY OF THE WEEK  
 
Psalm 65

This Psalm, often read at harvest time, praises God for his generous provision. It's often easy to see what we lack, but harder to see what we have! What do you have in abundance, which you could share with others?
CHURCH AND COMMUNITY NEWS
We urgently need a new church Treasurer. Can you help? More details from the vicar.

REFRESHMENTS - There will be no tea and coffee after the 10 am services during January, to reduce the risk of transmitting Covid. 

KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOURS At our Zoom meeting earlier this week, we talked, among other things, about plans for H.M. the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. There are lots of exciting plans afoot for the long weekend (June 2-5) including a party on the Rec on Sunday 5th June, exhibitions, walks, Garden safarl and lots of ideas for making the village look festive in the run up to the event. If you have more ideas, or are willing to help put the ideas we have into operation, please let Marion know (marionjgilchrist@gmail.com). We would especially welcome input from younger members of the village community - by which we mean under 50s! - so please do get involved. 

OTHER COMMUNITY NEWS - For more details of the Jubilee plans and other community news from Marion Gilchrist, check out the Know Your Neighbours blog. https://knowyourneighbours.blogspot.com/ or email marionjgilchrist@gmail.com to ask to be put on her mailing list.


Sunday, January 09, 2022

Worship podcast and other news from Seal Church: Jan 9

 

Dear friends

Join us for worship online, on the phone or in the building today. 

with best wishes
Anne Le Bas


Online
Worship podcast       Order of service
You can also access this podcast by phoning 01732 928061


In the church building today - Jan 9
10 am   All Age Worship
6.30pm Breathing Space Holy Communion


During the week

Wednesday 10am Zoom Church (email for the link)
                      5- 5.30 pm Children's Choir in the church hall
                                        (To be confirmed - please check on the day)
          
Friday            
  9.30 am Morning Prayer in Church 

                           10.30-12.30 Friday Group in the church hall

Sunday Jan 16

10 am   Holy Communion
6.30pm  Evensong

Baptism of Christ / Plough Sunday

Today is the feast of the Baptism of Christ, but also Plough Sunday, the day before Plough Monday when agricultural labourers traditionally went back to work after the Christmas break. It was a day when ploughs were blessed, and prayers said for daily work and the coming year. Today's sermon explores the link between these two feasts.

 
ALL AGE IDEA 

  • Plough Sunday was a day for praying for the crops that would grow in the fields in the coming year. You could sow some cress seeds - I will be giving some out in church today, and will leave spare packets in the children's chapel in church if you'd like to pick some up. You can sow the seed in compost, or on damp kitchen towel, put it in a warm place, and keep it watered, until the shoots are tall enough to cut and eat. Alternatively, you could go for a walk and try to find things that are already starting to grow - spring bulbs pushing through the ground, or winter flowering shrubs.
  • Find something that symbolises your daily life during the week - something that reminds you of school or work or whatever you do from Monday to Friday. That's the equivalent of the ploughs that were traditionally blessed on Plough Sunday - ask God to bless it as a reminder that he is with you in what you do day by day. 
STORY OF THE WEEK  
 
Matthew 2.13-32
 
The Gospel reading for today ends with the story of the Magi returning home "by another way". But Matthew’s story of the birth of Christ doesn’t end there. Read the rest of the story and think about how it changes your impression of the childhood of Jesus. What resonances does this story have for us today, in a world where many are refugees as  the Holy Family are.
CHURCH AND COMMUNITY NEWS
We urgently need a new church Treasurer. Can you help? More details from the vicar.

CHOIR PRACTICE - There will be no adult choir practices until Jan 19 at the earliest. We anticipate that CHILDREN's CHOIR will begin again on Jan 12, but please check to make sure it is on if you are planning on coming. We will be watching the Covid statistics closely, and making a judgement based on how safe it feels to do these activities.

REFRESHMENTS - There will be no tea and coffee after the 10 am services during January, to reduce the risk of transmitting Covid. 

COMMUNITY NEWS - For more community news from Marion Gilchrist, check out the Know Your Neighbours blog. https://knowyourneighbours.blogspot.com/ or email marionjgilchrist@gmail.com to ask to be put on her mailing list.

Know Your Neighbours Zoom meeting - Thursday Jan 13 at 8pm.
KYN will be holding a meeting on Zoom this Thursday to talk about various community initiatives, including what plans we might like to make to celebrate HM the Queen's Platinum Jubilee in June. The more people's ideas we have the better, so do join in. Email Marionjgilchrist@gmail.com for the Zoom link. If you don't do Zoom, but want to be involved, please let Marion know any ideas you have. 

For more community news from Marion Gilchrist, check out the Know Your Neighbours blog. https://knowyourneighbours.blogspot.com/

Sunday, January 02, 2022

Sunday worship podcast and other news: Jan 2 2022

 

Join us for worship online, on the phone or in the building today. 

with best wishes
Anne Le Bas


Online
Worship podcast       Order of service
You can also access this podcast by phoning 01732 928061


In the church building today - Jan 2
10 am   Holy Communion
6.30pm Evensong (Said)


During the week

Friday              9.30 am Morning Prayer in Church 
                           10.30-12.30 Friday Group in the church hall

Sunday Jan 9

10 am   All Age Worship
6.30pm  Breathing Space Holy Communion

Epiphany Sunday 


Today we mark the arrival of the Magi at Bethlehem, via Jerusalem, where they had unwittingly informed Herod of the possibility that a new king had been born. It is not just the Gospels which paint a picture of Herod as a paranoid megalomaniac. History tells us that he had several of his own wives and children killed, and was always suspicious of those around him, so it was a dangerous business being part of his court, or his family. Today's sermon asks the question of who we "pay homage" to, and what the effect of our choice of allegiances might be. 


 
ALL AGE IDEA

  • Make a crown. Who should you listen to when they tell you what to do? Who shouldn't you listen to? Do you sometimes try to boss others around?
  • Play "Simon Says". Everyone has to do what the leader says - put their hands on their heads, jump up and down etc.. but only if they say "Simon Says" first, otherwise those who do the action are out. 
STORY OF THE WEEK  
 
Matthew 2.13-32
 
The Gospel reading for today ends with the story of the Magi returning home "by another way". But Matthew’s story of the birth of Christ doesn’t end there. Read the rest of the story and think about how it changes your impression of the childhood of Jesus. What resonances does this story have for us today, in a world where many are refugees as  the Holy Family are.
CHURCH AND COMMUNITY NEWS
We urgently need a new church Treasurer. Can you help? More details from the vicar.
 
Thank you to all who helped make our Christmas services and events such a success, under difficult circumstances.

CHOIR PRACTICE - There will be no adult choir practices until Jan 19 at the earliest. We anticipate that CHILDREN's CHOIR will begin again on Jan 12, but please check to make sure it is on if you are planning on coming. We will be watching the Covid statistics closely, and making a judgement based on how safe it feels to do these activities.

REFRESHMENTS - There will be no tea and coffee after the 10 am services during January, to reduce the risk of transmitting Covid. 

COMMUNITY NEWS - For more community news from Marion Gilchrist, check out the Know Your Neighbours blog. https://knowyourneighbours.blogspot.com/ or email marionjgilchrist@gmail.com to ask to be put on her mailing list.

ADVENT WINDOWS Many thanks to Barbara Martin, for organising the Advent windows and to all who contributed by displaying such lovely scenes in your windows. 

CHRISTMAS TREE It was very moving to see so many stars hanging from the village Christmas tree outside the kebab shop, so we feel it is something worth repeating. However, I'm sure most of you will have noticed how the weather has taken its toll on our messages. We are looking at ways to repeat this with more durable (but still affordable) options. If you have any ideas, please email me at marionjgilchrist@gmail.com

In our last update, the Winter Mini Challenge from Kent Libraries was mentioned. This is still going on until January 16th. Children can sign up for free online, to earn digital rewards and download a certificate. They just have to have read 3 books between December 1st and January 16th. Find out more at bit.ly/WinterMiniChallenge2021. What better way to spend some of these dull days before heading back to school and in the evenings when you get home!

SEAL PARISH COUNCIL WILDFLOWER PROJECT
Following on from our wildflower talk from the Kent Wildlife Trust's WILD ABOUT GARDENS team, are running a series of zoom sessions this winter on WILDLIFE FRIENDLY GARDEN, This is a great way of encouraging wildflowers and pollinators to your garden, This, is combination with our wildflower verges project, will also help create joined up 'pathways' for bees, butterflies and other key pollinators in our parish.
Details of the events can be seen on the Parish Council website, but the zoom sessions cost £5 a session, and are as follows:-
Thursday 13th January - 7.30-9pm Nature Friendly Gardening for Beginners.
Wednesday January 26th 10,30am- midday - Managing pests and diseases in a Nature Friendly Way
Saturday Feb 5th 3pm-5pm - Building and Maintaining a Wildlife Pond
Monday March 7th 7.30-9pm - Wilder Lawns
Sat March 26th 11-12.30 - Using weeds and wildflowers in a garden to attract bees, butterflies and moths.

Deniz's coffee shop still has some copies of our Seal Historical Guided Walk books for just £5 a copy. All proceeds go to the Seal Village Fund. A perfect time to walk around our beautiful village and see it through new eyes!

HELP NEEDED PLEASE!
We have the Village Hall booked out on Saturday January 8th, to collect and pack away the Christmas lights, from the High Street areas, and the communal areas which have been decorated. If you can spare an hour or two on Saturday January8th, any time between 9.30 and midday, we would be very grateful for your assistance please. If you helped put the lights up, and feel you could take down the same ones, that would be great, as you will know where the fixings are etc. However, any new helpers will be made very welcome. As I have been pointing out along the way, quite a few of our lights have had to be replaced this year, and a lot will have seen their last working year by January 8th. So, as we always anticipated, this is a constant  'work in progress' situation, but, fortunately, our trusty 100 Club, manages to fund the majority of all replacements, and having expanded a little further up the High Street this year, we will hopefully stretch a little further next year.If you don't already take part in this monthly draw, and would like to find out more, please contact me and I will send you details. I would also like to thank those of you that have contributed donations throughout the year (one even on Christmas morning). This all helps tremendously, when so many have to be replaced . Thank you all for your support with this project. 

IMPORTANT ZOOM MEETING
Finally, we will be holding a KYN Zoom meeting at 8pm on Thursday 6th January. The main purpose of this meeting, is to discuss the choice of species for our commemorative tree for outside the dentist on the Main Road. This will be up for discussion at the next Parish Council meeting on January 14th, so it would be sensible to have a good overview of as many as possible before this date.There will also be maintenance issues to discuss - how to keep it watered and fed, etc, and that is something we wish to get in place before the tree is planted. 
Secondly, we want to look at options for the biggest royal celebration ever! Never have we had a monarch reign so long, and we want to make sure that we involve as many of our community as possible in the celebrations next June.We want to ensure that however we decide to  celebrate, it is the choice of many and not just a few, so please get involved in these discussions! IF YOU HAVE STRONG VIEWS AS TO HOW WE CELEBRATE THE JUBILEE IN JUNE, PLEASE GET IN TOUCH AND JOIN THE DISCUSSION!
Then, if there is time, there will be the opportunity to chat about potential new groups for our village. Please let me know if you would be interested in joining these discussions, and I will ensure you receive your Zoom invitation. 

For more community news from Marion Gilchrist, check out the Know Your Neighbours blog. https://knowyourneighbours.blogspot.com/
Would you like us to pray for you?
Email your prayer requests to:
sealchurchprayer@gmail.com
Your email will be read by Anne Le Bas and Kevin Bright, the Vicar and Reader of Seal Church who will hold you in their prayers. Please tell us if you would like us to contact you.

Saturday, December 25, 2021

Christmas Story: The Weaver of Bethlehem

This year's Christmas Story: The Weaver of Bethlehem.

Christmas worship podcast. Merry Christmas from all at Seal Church

 

Merry Christmas from all at Seal Church. I hope you have a blessed (and healthy) Christmas. 
The link to our Christmas worship podcast is below. There won't be a podcast tomorrow (Boxing Day), owing to the advanced state of exhaustion of the vicar (and the consequent lack of any functioning brain cells)... There will be a communion service in church at 10 am, but no 6.30 service.

However, if you would like some more Christmassy input from Seal Church, you can revisit last year's recorded Carol Service, or Crib Service, or listen to some of the Christmas stories I posted last year. You can also search out the Advent windows, which will be up until Dec 28 - ideal for a Boxing Day walk around the village!
I will be taking time off next week, and hope that you will all be able to take some time also to rest and celebrate. 
In the Christian calendar, Christmas begins today, and continues until Candlemas on Feb 2nd, so there is still plenty of time to ponder the wonderful news of Christ's birth, God with us in the child in the manger. 

Blessed art thou, O Christmas Christ,
that thy cradle was so low that shepherds,
poorest and simplest of earthly folk,
could yet kneel beside it,
and look level-eyed into the face of God.”
(Anon.)

 
with best wishes
Anne Le Bas


Online
Worship podcast       Order of service
You can also access this podcast by phoning 01732 928061
There will not be a podcast on Boxing Day. 


In the church building today - Christmas Day
10 am   All Age Holy Communion with a story in place of a sermon.

Boxing Day (Sunday Dec 26)

10 am   Holy Communion
NO evening service on Boxing Day

Friday, December 24, 2021

Picturing Mary: Day 24

 

The Virgin and child with St Anne Anonymous Flemish 15th Century

Our Advent series finishes with a favourite painting of mine, picturing Mary cradling the sleeping Christ, with her own mother, (and my namesake!) St Anne, not mentioned in the Bible, but named in legends. She stands, or perhaps sits, on the low wall, above Mary. Anne’s right hand, although holding the book, also seems to hover over Mary’s head, blessing her. It’s a lovely, peaceful image, in which everyone appears to be in their own world, and yet perfectly connected to each other.








LINKS TO THE PICTURES

1.      https://www.museodelprado.es/en/the-collection/art-work/pentecost/f83b921d-2380-4dc9-8532-b3c597dab1e8

2.      https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Frink.jpg

3.      https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/52/Christ_Appearing_to_His_Mother_MET_DT2649.jpg

4.      https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/antonello-da-messina-christ-crucified

5.      https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Krak%C3%B3w_Piet%C3%A0_of_Tub%C4%85dzin.jpg

6.      https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Yelin-bergpredigt-ca1912.jpg

7.      https://picryl.com/media/marriage-at-cana-from-bl-royal-2-b-vii-f-168v-d7b122

8.      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Finding_of_the_Saviour_in_the_Temple

9.      https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Lorenzo_Costa_004.jpg

10.    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virgin_Annunciate_(Antonello_da_Messina,_Munich)#/media/File:Antonello_da_Messina_036.jpg

11.    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cestello_Annunciation#/media/File:Botticelli,_annunciazione_di_cestello_02.jpg

12.    https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/annunciation-triptych-merode-altarpiece/2gH9uXVRR_p-vQ?hl=en

13.    https://www.carlbloch.org/Mary-And-Elizabeth.html

14.    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visitation_(van_der_Weyden)#/media/File:Leipzig,_Museum_der_bildenden_K%C3%BCnste,_Rogier_van_der_Weyden,_Heimsuchung.JPG

15.    https://commons.m.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Luc-Olivier_Merson,_L%E2%80%99Arriv%C3%A9e_%C3%A0_B%C3%A9thl%C3%A9em.jpg

16.    https://artsandculture.google.com/asset/the-nativity-with-the-prophets-isaiah-and-ezekiel/VwFhxyyiHc20QA?hl=en

17.    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adoration_of_the_Shepherds#/media/File:The_Adoration_of_the_Shepherds_-_Matthias_Stom_(Stomer)_-_Google_Cultural_Institute.jpg

18.    https://www.bl.uk/catalogues/illuminatedmanuscripts/ILLUMIN.ASP?Size=mid&IllID=31195

19.    https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/436101

20.    https://www.wikiart.org/en/rembrandt/presentation-in-the-temple-1628

21.    https://www.clevelandart.org/art/2010.154

22.    https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Odigitriya_Smolenskaya_Dionisiy.jpg

23.    https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/workshop-of-dirk-bouts-the-virgin-and-child-with-saint-peter-and-saint-paul

24.    https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/the-virgin-and-child-with-st-anne-141556


Thursday, December 23, 2021

Picturing Mary: Day 23

 

The Virgin with St Peter and St Paul

Dirk Bouts c 1400-1475

There are thousands of portrayals of the Madonna and Child, but I have included this one because it also shows Seal’s Patron Saints, Peter and Paul. Paul, (right) whose sword stands behind him, offers Christ a carnation, a symbol of his crucifixion – they were supposed to have sprung from Mary’s tears. St Peter, whose keys are on the floor, peeping out from the bottom of his robe, holds a book, probably a prayer book, from which Mary is reading.

 




Wednesday, December 22, 2021

Have you spotted our Advent Windows?

Have you seen any of the Advent windows springing up around the village? I haven't been able to get hold of photos of all of them, but here are a selection. Maybe you can add some more. The full list of them is here (or on the church lychgate) https://sealpeterandpaul.blogspot.com/.../advent-windows...
There are a couple more to be unveiled, and the final "window" is the church crib, which you can drop in to see on Christmas Eve. Between 3 and 5 pm we are having a special "drop in" event, when you can see the crib, have a Christmas blessing from me if you like, add a prayer star to the Christmas tree and pick up a take home pack for families with craft materials and ideas. Everyone is welcome.















Picturing Mary: Day 22

 

Theotokos of Smolensk (c. 1500) “Hodgeteria” type icon.

Icons of Mary classically fall into a number of distinct types. Yesterday we saw a “Virgin of Tenderness”. Today’s is called the “hodgeteria”, from the Greek word meaning “she who points the way. Mary points to Jesus, who sits as if enthroned on her arm.







Tuesday, December 21, 2021

Picturing Mary: Day 21

 

Virgin Eleusa  c. 1425–50   Angelos Akotantos

Icons of this type, showing Mary cheek to cheek with her child are called Virgin Eleusa, or the Virgin of tenderness. It emphasizes the love between Jesus and Mary, love which is shared with the world.





Monday, December 20, 2021

Picturing Mary: Day 20

 

The Presentation in the Temple, Rembrandt 1606-1669

When Jesus was 40 days old, Mary and Joseph brought him to the Temple, as religious custom demanded. There he was recognised by Simeon and Anna, who acclaimed him as the Messiah, the one who would be a “light to enlighten the Gentiles”. In this portrayal by Rembrandt, the light is important, shining on the child, but also, in some sense, from the child.







 

Sunday, December 19, 2021

Worship podcast and other news: Dec 19

 

Join us for worship online, on the phone or in the building today. 

with best wishes
Anne Le Bas


Online
Worship podcast       Order of service
You can also access this podcast by phoning 01732 928061
There will be podcast worship for Christmas Day, but no podcast on Boxing Day. 


In the church building today - Dec 19
10 am   Holy Communion
3.30pm Carol service, beginning with congregational carols outside the church, then moving inside with the crib figures for some music from the choir and a congregational carol to end.


During the week
Monday             11.15 Funeral: Debra Bull

Wednesday            10am Zoom Church
                                 7.15 pm Adult Choir


Friday              9.30 am Morning Prayer in Church 
                           10.30-12.30 Friday Group in the church hall

In the church building (all plans subject to last minute change if necessary)
Christmas Eve

3-5pm - Drop in to church to see the crib, receive a prayer of blessing from the vicar if you would like, add a prayer star to the Christmas tree and take home some family craft activities. 

9pm - The First Holy Communion of Christmas (no Midnight Mass this year). Carols from the choir from 8.30pm


Christmas Day
10 am  - All Age Communion for Christmas Day with a story in place of a sermon 

Boxing Day (Sunday Dec 26)

10 am   Holy Communion
NO evening service on Boxing Day

Advent 4

Today's Gospel reading includes Mary's famous song, commonly known as the Magnificat, which is said or sung at every service of Evening Prayer. It is a radical proclamation of God's priorities, in which the poor are lifted up and the mighty put down from their thrones. Today's sermon explores a little more what it might have been like to proclaim such a thing in the first century.

The photo above was taken by me, in Sepphoris, 4 miles from Nazareth, which you can see on the hillside in the distance.

 
ALL AGE IDEA

  • What do you think of when you hear the word "Justice"? Have you ever had to stand up for something that was right when others were doing wrong? What did it feel like. 
  • What do you think it would have been like to be Mary? Draw a picture of her the way you imagine her. You might like to have a look at the pictures of her I have been sharing on our church blog. https://sealpeterandpaul.blogspot.com/search/label/Picturing%20Mary
Today's Gospel story retold.
STORY OF THE WEEK  
 
Luke 2. 41-52
 
This Advent we are concentrating on stories featuring Mary.The final story in our series featuring Mary is that of her visit with Joseph and Jesus to the Temple when Jesus was twelve years old. At that age, Jewish males were deemed to be old enough to take on adult responsibility for keeping the religious law. Jesus was, in some sense, grown up. As every  parent will know, however, that doesn't stop you worrying when they go missing. In Luke's Gospel this is the first time we hear Jesus speak, and his message is clear. He isn't just their son, but the Son of God, with loyalties which will go beyond his family. 
  • Who do you empathise most with in this story? 
CHURCH AND COMMUNITY NEWS
Please note: we have decided to stop serving refreshments after church for the time being.

Today at 3.30pm     CAROL SERVICE - Please note the earlier time than our usual carol service!
Starting outside the church with some congregational carols, then coming inside for music from the choir and a final carol.  There will be a few folding chairs available in the churchyard for those who can't stand for long, but please come prepared for rain, as we will sing outside whatever the weather!
 
CHRISTMAS EVE
  • 3-5PM CRIB EVENT. Drop in between 3 & 5pm to see the crib, add a prayer to the tree and pick up a family Christmas activity bag.
  • 9pm  HOLY COMMUNION Note the time! The first Communion of Christmas, with carols and music from the choir. This replaces the Midnight service.
CHRISTMAS DAY
  • 10 am HOLY COMMUNION An All Age communion service with a story in place of a sermon.
All arrangements provisional depending on government advice.  Facemasks required in church unless exempt.
 

  
RECRUITING We shall need a new Treasurer VERY SOON and a new churchwarden next year. Can you help? Role descriptions for these jobs are on the board at the back of church, and I will be happy to chat with you if you think these roles might be for you.  
ADVENT WINDOWS Each day from Dec 1 a new Advent Window is being revealed somewhere around the village. The list of windows is available on the church lychgate or on the blog .  Each window has a letter in it. If you can find them all, and unscramble them, you will find that they spell out a Christmas Carol. 


For more community news from Marion Gilchrist, check out the Know Your Neighbours blog. https://knowyourneighbours.blogspot.com/
Would you like us to pray for you?
Email your prayer requests to:
sealchurchprayer@gmail.com
Your email will be read by Anne Le Bas and Kevin Bright, the Vicar and Reader of Seal Church who will hold you in their prayers. Please tell us if you would like us to contact you.