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An Act of Remembrance for Sunday 8th November

                       

 

                           Church and War Memorial 2

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Month of Prayer

As we are now into the second week of ‘Lockdown 2’ we begin to take a bit more stock and adjust to the situation. Maybe this is a stressful time for you? Maybe a fearful one? Maybe the biggest challenges are boredom and the frustration of not being able to get out and about? Whatever your situation, I hope you are weathering the storm – please do get in touch if you need to.

The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have called on the Church to make this lockdown period a ‘month of prayer’: Spending time with God and finding ways to intentionally (and safely) be a people of hope and light for the good of the wider community.

Please see Edward's Midweek Messages at http://www.stjohnsbexley.org/publications.html

Read Edward's Sermons at https://fatheredwardbarlow.wordpress.com/

Weekly communications and News - Edward's weekly emails, Monthly Devotional Patterns, Sunday Readings and Team News (in place of the weekly pew sheet) can be found at  http://www.stjohnsbexley.org/publications.html

If you need support or a chat
If you need support with shopping, collecting medication or simply need a chat over the telephone, please do get in touch with us. First point of contact is Reverend Edward Barlow on 01322 521786.
If your support needs are of a different nature, please see our safeguarding page http://stjohnsbexley.org/safeguarding-statement.html
You are encouraged to contact the clergy for spiritual support and to engage with us through social media.
Prayer requests can be emailed to fr.edwardbarlow@gmail.com

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