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Corby Glen Group Virtual Church

About this website

Corby Glen Group Virtual Church was set up at the start of the pandemic in March 2020 to provide a daily service of prayer, worship and reflection for those unable to attend their usual church. Over the months its congregation has grown to welcome friends from all over the world.

Every day the Corby Glen Group Virtual Church offers a service of prayer and worship in text and audio format. The recordings can be subscribed to as podcasts, or simply listened to from this website (click the service title and scroll down for the order of service).

Usually on Sunday, the service is one of Holy Communion, and includes a sermon. On weekdays, a short service of Prayer is published.

A simple recorded service of Night Prayer (Compline) is available for listening to at the close of any day. For any mourning the loss of a loved one, a Service of Light, Hope and Remembrance is available in text and video formats.

Towards the end of each week, a letter to parishioners is published. Each month an article by Revd Stephen is published in the local community magazine, The Link. These articles are now also available on this website.

To find particular services, use the Worship menu at the top of each page or the menu below. To find standalone reflections or sermons, letters or articles, use the Reflections menu. Alternatively, click a date on the calendar below to list the items published that day.

Note: There will be a short break in the series of daily reflections during February 2022 but it will resume in March 2022. Sermons will continue to be published each Sunday.

About our churches

The Corby Glen Group of Parishes serves a rural area in south-west Lincolnshire, covering the villages of Corby Glen, Bassingthorpe, Bitchfield, Burton-le-Coggles, Irnham and Swayfield. For details of services and other local events, please consult the list of church services on corbyglen.link, the companion website to The Link local magazine.

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