News from the Parishes
Resumption of public worship
There is a public service of Holy Communion in All Saints every Sunday at 10.30am, and we are pleased to be able to announce the resumption of public worship in both St Mary’s and St Giles, with effect from 11th April. The first service in St Giles will be on the Sunday the 11th April at 9.15am, and the first service in St Mary’s will be on Sunday the 18th at 9.15am. We will then continue our standard pattern of services in St Mary’s on the 1st and 3rd Sundays, and St Giles’ on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month.
The service from All Saints' will also be live streamed on Facebook, and the Sunday Sing will be streamed at 4.00pm every Sunday. All our online content can be accessed from the Broseley Benefice page on facebook, and the following link will take you straight to the live videos tab - https://www.facebook.com/allsaintsbroseley/live_videos/
An order of service for the service of Holy Communion at All Saints can be downloaded here.
All Saints’ will then remain open for private prayer and reflection every Sunday from 11.30am to dusk
For your safety and protection please observe the precautions set out on notices posted at the entrance to the church
We plan to resume Messy Church and the Café Church in the summer
You will find on the Resources page three documents: the first two are very simple forms of Morning and night prayer for you to use at home if you find that helpful, you can take the readings and the psalms from the third document which is the lectionary for the coming week (the readings for Sunday are those for the Principal [Holy Communion] service.)
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Latest News from the Broseley Heritage Centre project
Working in partnership with the PCC, the community and the council, the Broseley Heritage Project team has developed an ambitious plan to create a heritage centre in Broseley’s historic All Saints’ Church. Click here for details and the latest updates