Sunday, August 09, 2020

Sunday Worship and other news from Seal Church


Dear friends

I've been away on holiday in Porlock on the edge of Exmoor this week, so this newsletter,like last week's, is just the basic links to our worship and other activities because I knew I wouldn't have time to put anything more than this together. I  hope you enjoy your worship with us today, whether it is online or in person in church (Holy Communion restarts this week, along with said Evensong, and our Outdoor Church - we will find a shady spot in the churchyard if the weather is like it is today!.)
Best wishes
Anne Le Bas

SUNDAY WORSHIP Aug 9 Trinity 9

Morning Worship Podcast        Morning Worship Service sheet      
Evensong Podcast                   Evensong Service sheet                   

Worship in Seal Church building this week
It is now mandatory for all worshippers to wear face coverings unless they are exempt from doing so. There will be some disposable face masks available if you forget yours.

10 am Holy Communion
4pm  Outdoor Church in the churchyard
6.30pm Said Evensong

9.15am  Morning Prayer in Church
A short said service using the Common Worship Morning Prayer service. There are a few copies of this service available in church, but the easiest way to follow it if you want to join us is to download the Daily Prayer app

Seal Church Zoom meetings this week:
Zoffee – Sunday chat at 11 am - If the link doesn't work, enter the meeting ID and password instead!

Join Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 822 7413 0226
Passcode: 044352

Wednesday Zoom Church – Wed  at 11 am Twenty minutes of informal worship with our friends at Lavender Fields. Everyone is welcome.
email for the link. 

Zoom Children’s Choir - 
Wed at 5pm
Thurs at  4pm 
please contact for the link. Any children are welcome for 30 minutes of fun songs.
Zoom Adult Choir – Wednesday 7.15pm Contact for the link.

There's probably nothing more boring than someone else's holiday photos, but here are a few of ours anyway. 
From top left, clockwise: Culbone Church, reputably the smallest parish church in England, tucked away in a deep valley in the woods near Porlock Weir.
Porlock Bay, looking lovely in the sunshine
A baby donkey - couldn't resist this photo, and the donkey didn't seem to mind.
The Chapter House in the ruins of Cleeve Abbey, an old Cistercian abbey.

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