News from the Parishes
Re-opening of the Benefice churches
All Saints' church is now open for services at 10.30am each Sunday. On the 1st and 3rd Sundays each month there will be a service of Holy Communion, and on the 2nd and 4th sundays there will be a service of "Morning Prayer for Sunday". Strict social distancing discipline will be maintained, and the service will be a little different to those we held before the lockdown, but we hope you will come and join us in our first act of public worship since the lockdown began.
The church in Broseley will be still be open for private prayer every Sunday from 11.30am to 7.30pm. For your safety, and to maintain social distancing we have instituted a one-way system around the interior of the church, and set up a 'seating card' system to ensure separation - see the posters in church for details.
St Giles', Barrow is open for a service of "Morning Prayer for Sunday" at 9.15am on every second and fourth Sunday in the month
St Mary's Jackfield is open for a service of "Morning Prayer for Sunday" at 9.15am on every first and third Sunday in the month
Weekday Services are currently suspended
We plan to resume Messy Church and the Café Church in the new year
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