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All Hallows will be worshipping together remotely on Facebook on Sunday at 10:30am. You can find a service sheet below. Please have candles and a Bible ready and, if you want to join with us in communion, some bread and wine or fruit juice.
We’ll ponder fear and grief and some of the more painful pandemic emotions- with the help of the bible’s shortest verse ‘Jesus wept’ (John 11:35).
And we’ll look for hope in Jesus ‘the Resurrection and the Life’. Please send Heston prayer requests for candle prayers – and beware the clocks go forward on Sunday morning – if you forget you will miss the live service but we hope to make it available on the website afterwards.
‘Hope frees us to live in the present, with the deep trust that God will never leave us’Henri Nouwen
As Heston announced yesterday, there will be a virtual service with “some of our regular liturgy” and candle prayers taking place tomorrow morning (and on future Sundays). This will be live streamed on the All Hallows Facebook page and we hope that many of you will be able to join, so we can still worship together, socially distanced but spiritually connected.
Please check in tomorrow morning at 10:30. Have a candle and some bread ready to use when indicated. For the candle prayers, please send your prayer requests to Heston by email, or post them in the comment section on the live stream, and we will include them.
Please find attached the liturgy that we will be following (adjusted version of our Lent liturgy).
We are doing our best to make this work smoothly but it’s the first time for us to try worshipping virtually, so please bear with us while we are learning. Any feedback afterwords is welcome.
Have a blessed weekend.
Sunday is the third Sunday in Lent and our meeting will be led by Heston with Dr Jan Betts sharing her thoughts with us.
Our meeting will be as usual at 10:30am but we will be taking sensible precautions in the light of the corona virus outbreak. You can read the latest advice here.
Saturday 14th March is the fifth anniversary of Heston’s licensing at All Hallows‘ and we are so happy and grateful that Heston and Lydia said a big “YES” to us five years ago!
On Sunday 8th March there will be no morning meeting at All Hallows because we will be joining with the congregation at St Chad’s in Far Headingley to celebrate their Patronal Festival at 9:30am.
This week we’ll be celebrating Student Sunday in our All Hallows worship. A brilliant chance to pray for all the students in our parish and celebrate all that students bring to the life of All Hallows!
Friday was St Valentine’s Day and Monday is “Random Acts of Kindness” Day – on Friday we thought about our nearest and dearest, on Monday we are encouraged to think about anyone and everyone around us.
So what will happen on Sunday?!
This Sunday at our 10:30am meeting Heston will be leading us in the next of our series on “Calling” when he will explore the theme “Practising the Presence of God”.
Do come and join with us, everyone is welcome!
This Sunday the Rev Hannah Lievesley, vicar at St Chad’s in Headingley will be leading our 10:30am service and sharing her thoughts with us.
This Sunday the Rev Dr Angela Birkin, Assistant Curate at St Michael’s in Headingley will be leading our 10:30am service and sharing her thoughts on the baptism of Jesus.