The Parish of South Lafford

Coronavirus Covid-19

For the latest national information, please see the Church of England website:-    https://www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-churches

Public Worship

Following the latest government guidance from 2nd December churches, can remain open for public worship.  Please see the Home page or Calendar page for details of services in our parish.

NHS Test and Trace Scheme

For details on how the Parish of South Lafford will process your data during the COVID-19 pandemic in compliance with the NHS Test and Trace scheme, please see the Covid-19 Privacy Notice at the bottom of this page.

Private prayer in our church buildings 

The government announced that church buildings could re-open for private prayer where suitable risk control measures are put into place.  Please see the Home page or Calendar page to see which churches are opening for private prayer and the day and time they are open.   

 

At present not all our church buildings will be opening for private prayer and remain closed. 

All other meetings and activities except for vital community services are postponed until further notice. 

During this uncertain time, everyone is in our thoughts and prayers, prayers for all those here and around the world who are caught up in this crisis, and also those who are really worried about its potential impacts on them and their loved ones.

If anyone would like to contact Rev. Cameron Watt he is available on his mobile 07887 802784 or via email cameron.watt@aol.com 

As a sign of hope, Rev Cameron would like you to light a candle and put it in your window at 7pm each Sunday until we are able to join together again in our village churches. 

A prayer for hope

Loving God

In these difficult times

we pray for our country and the world

for all those who tend and care for others.

Give strength and courage to all who suffer,

help us to help others,

and always to know that you are with us

every moment of our lives.

Amen

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