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St. Mary's Church Marshfield

2021 Worship and Zoom

All our Benefice Services are now held in church but as we know that Zoom has meant anyone can join in worship wherever they were, we will continue to film the 10.30am service in church for you to join live on Zoom using the link below. Please note, on July 4th there is a Village Celebration with an outdoor praise service at the Community Centre, which we will not be able to livestream. 

Join Zoom Meeting : on Sundays at 10.30am

Meeting ID: 659 348 7054    Password: 145703

Help on using Zoom

FAMILIES

KidsClub will fully restart in September, but before then we have a ‘KidsClub Return party’ on July 11th at 10.30am and look forward to the Holiday Club from August 17th-20th.

Resources to help families engage with the Bible and the Christian faith can be found here.  

FAMILY SERVICES

9.00am Breakfast Church (3rd Sunday each Month) for all ages worshipping together

Church@5pm service (4th Sunday) for all ages worshipping together (Zoom in June, break in July and August – back in church in September)

Resources to help families to engage with the Bible can be found here.

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Foodbanks

There will be an increased need for foodbanks with the negative impact on people’s livelihoods caused by the Covid 19 outbreak. The homeless are still homeless, but those who were vulnerable before will be added to by those newly facing hardship. You can offer support by giving direct to the Bath Foodbank via their website.

Genesis are no longer accepting donations of food from any source other than supermarkets. They are then delivering the food parcels out to those in need, rather than have them come in to collect them.  So please do continue to make food donations at your local supermarkets.  Thank you.

A Message from the Ministry Team

Our Benefice Churches are open daily. Communion services are offered in church at 9.00am as follows:

Cold Ashton 1st Sunday; Marshfield 2nd Sunday; Tormarton 3rd Sunday; West Littleton 4th Sunday.

Jesus called us ‘to love our neighbours as ourselves’ which we do willingly, but our nation also needs us to be a community of prayer. St James wrote that if  ‘anyone lacks wisdom they should ask God for it’. That is something we can do for those with leadership responsibilities at this time, as well as praying for strength in body, mind and spirit for all in healthcare, education and key work and for those who are economically vulnerable, anxious, ill, or bereaved.

May God continue to grant us courage, patience and His protection and healing.                                                        Rev. Sally Wheeler

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