We have been asked to provide links to religious sites for those church members who are self-isolating through choice or necessity.

The Church of England

Benefice contact: Revd Lydia Avery, Priest in Charge, The Church of England Upper Tas Valley Benefice, Diocese of Norwich – 01953 788227

The Archbishop of Canterbury has called for a day of National Prayer.  He asks that we put a lit candle in a window to show solidarity with those who are isolated, worried, working long hours to keep people safe, ill or bereaved.  If you can do this safely, please do.
On the Church of England Website, you might like to be part of an online Mothering Sunday Service being streamed in the morning. There is also an order of service to download so that you can follow it.
There are also other resources you’ll be able to access very easily on the site. Revd Lydia will be putting other prayer resources in Benefice churches over the coming week for you to have at home.
Please be assured of her thoughts and prayers tomorrow when she will be at St Mary’s (10.30) and All Saints Wreningham (2.30) and in the days and weeks ahead.

Roman Catholic

Canon David Paul, Provost, RC Cathedral of St John the Baptist, Norwich.

Until normal service is resumed and the public can once again attend Church for Mass, Canon Paul has arranged for a 10am streaming of Mass from the Cathedral. This is accessible here.

About Michael Hill

Wreningham Parish Council Chair

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