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Services in the coming weeks

In more normal times we would be about to enter a pattern of services and celebrations that have long stood the test of time. In 2020 things are going to be very different. The purpose of this second letter of the week is to give you a simple list of how we will be celebrating…Continue readingServices in the coming weeks

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‘Lord, teach us to pray’

In response to his disciple’s plea: ‘Lord, teach us to pray’, Jesus gave us the perfect model for bringing all of our hopes, fears, needs and praises to God – the Lord’s Prayer. (First published 7 October 2020)

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CofE Guidance on Spiritual Communion and Coronavirus

The term ‘Spiritual Communion’ has been used historically to describe the means of grace by which a person, prevented for some serious reason from sharing in a celebration of the Eucharist, nonetheless shares in the communion of Jesus Christ. The Book of Common Prayer instructs us that if we offer ourselves in penitence and faith,…

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How to subscribe to the podcast

By subscribing to a Corby Glen Group Virtual Church podcast, you will automatically receive the latest recordings downloaded to your computer, phone or tablet. Four podcasts are available. Choose whichever best suits your requirements. Corby Glen Group Virtual Church: Worship with Reflection – daily services of Prayer or (on Sunday) Holy Communion. The weekday services…

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How to make a paper cross

How to cut a cross out of paper using a single straight cutContinue readingHow to make a paper cross

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Apps supporting daily prayer

Two services for prayer during the day are available in the free app Time to Pray, for Apple and Android smartphones and tablets. The services of daily prayer in traditional and contemporary language are available on the Church of England website and via the Daily Prayer app, again for Apple and Android devices. A small…

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St John’s Church, Corby Glen

St John’s Churchyard is open daily for visitors from 9am until 4.30pm or dusk (whichever is later). The Church itself is open for private prayer every day. Services Services are held in St John’s Church every Sunday at 10.45am. On the first Sunday of each month the service is one of Morning Worship, a lay-led…

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