18 to 25 October 2020
whose steadfast love never ceases
and whose mercies never come to an end:
grant us the grace to trust you
and to receive the gifts of your love,
new every morning,
in Jesus Christ our Lord.
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).
On Sunday, the service is one of Holy Communion, and includes a sermon. On weekdays, a short service of Daily Prayer is published including a reflection on the day’s reading. The sermons and daily reflections are also available separately as well as integrated into the services.
A simple recorded service of Night Prayer (Compline) is available for listening to at the close of any day.
Towards the end of each week, a letter to parishioners is published.
To find particular services, use the Worship menu at the top of each page or the menu below. To find the standalone reflections or sermons, use the Reflections menu. Alternatively, click a date on the calendar below to list the items published that day.
Churches open for private prayer and public worship
Three of our churches open for private prayer. Burton-le-Coggles’ Church is open on Mondays and Thursdays from 10am to 1pm, St John’s Church, Corby Glen, is open from 12 noon to 3pm on Tuesday and Friday, and St Andrew’s Church, Irnham, is open between 10am and 1pm on Wednesday and Saturday.
This week, Revd Stephen will be on holiday so the usual pattern of services is slightly changed for this week only. Details are in his Letter to parishioners, 18 October 2020.
On Sunday 25 October 2020
there will be two services of Holy Communion,
at 9am and 10.30am,
at St John’s Church, Corby Glen.
Please take care to follow government guidance on hygiene, face coverings and social distancing when visiting our churches – hand sanitiser is available for use before and after visiting. For more details please see Keeping Safe: Covid-19 safety and notices and posters in the churches themselves. Thank you!