Worship

HOLY WEEK & EASTER 2021, 28 March – 4 April

Posted by on Mar 20, 2021 in Arts and Events, Worship | Comments Off on HOLY WEEK & EASTER 2021, 28 March – 4 April

HOLY WEEK & EASTER 2021, 28 March – 4 April

We are intending to reopen for public worship on Sundays from 28 March, which is Palm Sunday. We will continue to stream that and all other services on Zoom. Access to the streams can be found here, or here. Palm Sunday, 10am, church open for Mass (with recorded hymns)  and streamed online. No procession! Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday in Holy Week, 7pm, streamed Said Mass Maundy Thursday, 7pm, streamed Mass with hymns Good Friday, 10am, Stations of the Cross Good Friday, 2pm, streamed Solemn Liturgy and (symbolic) Veneration of the Cross. Holy Saturday – no Vigil and First Mass of...

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OPEN FOR WORSHIP ON SUNDAYS FROM 28 MARCH 2021 – PALM SUNDAY

Posted by on Sep 10, 2020 in Arts and Events, Worship | Comments Off on OPEN FOR WORSHIP ON SUNDAYS FROM 28 MARCH 2021 – PALM SUNDAY

OPEN FOR WORSHIP ON SUNDAYS FROM 28 MARCH 2021 – PALM SUNDAY

St John’s will open for a simple form of Said Mass from 28 March, Palm Sunday. The church will be open from 9.30am and Mass will start at 10am. Social distancing and all required guidelines will be followed. Face coverings will be required for all who enter the church, except those with medical exemption (disposable masks will be available). There will be no access to vestries or toilets. Please bring bottled water if needed. Entry will be through the main church doors – no access from the vestry or Vaughan Room doors. Rev Christine will be at the entrance to...

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JOIN OUR STREAMED MASSES FROM ST JOHN’S

Posted by on Jun 11, 2020 in Arts and Events, Worship | Comments Off on JOIN OUR STREAMED MASSES FROM ST JOHN’S

JOIN OUR STREAMED MASSES FROM ST JOHN’S

St John’s has now reopened for Sunday Mass from 28 March, Palm Sunday. At present we are only opening on Sundays, so the 7pm Tuesday Mass and the Thursday 1pm Mass will be available here as a Zoom stream. Sunday Masses at 10am will be with a congregation in church and a Zoom stream here. Some browsers are not completely compatible and may not give you option of sound. If that is the case, you can either use a standard browser, such as Chrome, or click the link to download the zoom app onto your device. You may need to enter a password: 850665 If this is not working, you can also...

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CORPUS CHRISTI MASS WITH BENEDICTION – Thursday 11 June, 7pm

Posted by on Jun 5, 2020 in Worship | Comments Off on CORPUS CHRISTI MASS WITH BENEDICTION – Thursday 11 June, 7pm

CORPUS CHRISTI MASS WITH BENEDICTION – Thursday 11 June, 7pm

The streamed service will be here Meeting ID: 731 493 2697 Password: 6DwUji The Feast of Corpus Christi, or the Feast of the Body and Blood of Christ (as it is often called today), goes back to the 13th century, but it celebrates something far older: the institution of the Sacrament of Holy Communion at the Last Supper. While Holy Thursday is also a celebration of this mystery, the solemn nature of Holy Week, and the focus on Christ’s Passion on Good Friday, overshadows that aspect of Holy Thursday. This service provides the opportunity both to contemplate and to participate in the...

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Mothering Sunday – 22 March

Posted by on Mar 4, 2020 in Arts and Events, Worship | Comments Off on Mothering Sunday – 22 March

Mothering Sunday – 22 March

Half way through Lent – time to celebrate Mothers and Mothering! Parish Eucharist, 10am with daffodils.

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Bethnal Green Tube Disaster Annual Memorial Service, Sunday 1 March, 2pm

Posted by on Jan 20, 2020 in Arts and Events, Worship | Comments Off on Bethnal Green Tube Disaster Annual Memorial Service, Sunday 1 March, 2pm

Bethnal Green Tube Disaster Annual Memorial Service, Sunday 1 March, 2pm

Remembering the 173 people who lost their lives on the steps of the underground station on 3 March, 1943. Here’s a piece from the Guardian of 16 December 2017 by our local MP, Rushanara Ali, at the time the new memorial was unveiled: On Sunday morning, adjacent to Bethnal Green tube station in east London, a memorial marking the deadliest civilian incident in Britain during the second world war will be unveiled. On the night of 3 March 1943, local people were alarmed after a new anti-aircraft battery gunperformed an unannounced test. War-hardy east Londoners fled to their nearest air...

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