Again

Welcome to the weekend, again, already. #dogsinministry #sabbath #thoughtsfromswallowbarn

Dark

It was getting dark by the time I’d finished tomorrow’s video and got out for a walk but the evenings are definitely lightening up. #nodogtoday #eveningprayer #thoughtsfromswallowbarn

Holy Week

Join with Peter Mullins for this week’s online worship from churches across the Worth Valley. This video is being released at 9:30 am on Sunday 28th March as a Video Premiere on our Facebook pages – click on the ‘Get Reminder’ button below to watch the video at 9:30.
— View any time from 9:30 Sunday morning onwards.
— Please tell a friend that they can listen to the audio by phoning 01535 286387 (calls charged at local rates and typically included within your call package).
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Meru

Today’s prayer walk with Meru. #contemplativeprayer #dogsinministry #thoughtsfromswallowbarn

Hidden

The mist is obvious up here today. The fierce gale blowing is hidden in this photo though. #thoughtsfromswallowbarn

Prayer Opportunity

There are the normal four opportunities for prayer and fellowship this week. Like previously, we’ll meet for an hour and start with some social time together first. Zoom access details can be obtained by joining our group:
https://ift.tt/2NGJS8Z
or emailing me: anthony.bennett@leeds.anglican.org.

The Zoom details are the same for each of our meetings. Do feel free to come to one or more sessions, or to attend at a different time if you can’t make the session you would normally attend.

The services will follow the format from the Daily Prayer website – to see the liturgy we’ll be following just select the date, time and traditional/contemporary from the options available:
https://ift.tt/2Ub3F09

5 pm Sunday – traditional evening prayer from the Book of Common Prayer.

10 am Tuesday morning – a modern Anglican version of morning prayer.

9 pm Wednesday evening – traditional Night Prayer, often called Compline.

3 pm Friday afternoon – contemplative prayer, including some Breathing Space in the stillness.

Rev’d Anthony Bennett

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