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It is wonderful to open the doors of St Alphege and St Helen’s for services, albeit with reduced numbers and booking systems in place. Private individual prayer at the beautiful Chapel of St Michael’s every Wednesday between 9.30am to noon, limited to 4 at a time. St Alphege is open for private prayer 9.30am to 12 noon every Thursday. Access is for up to 10 people at a time, however usual numbers are between 3/4.
Weddings, baptisms, recitals and 800th year events remain suspended at the moment. Funerals can now take place with reduced numbers. Memorials will gladly be organised at a later date.
St Alphege Sunday Eucharist 10.30am
To book call the Parish Office 0121 705 5350 or email email@example.com
GDPR: We need to make you aware of the processing of additional data. Attendance will be recorded for the purpose of tracing people who may be affected by an outbreak of coronavirus. Records will be destroyed 21 days after the relevant service.
St Helens Sunday Eucharist 10am & 6pm
For tickets go to St Helens Eucharist Services or contact Beryl Moppett on 0121 705 0337
Online: A Sunday service will be livestreamed weekly. Please view on Facebook Live or the quality will be compromised. Here is the link:
YouTube link will be available later.
Evensong 6.30pm Sunday
Midday Prayer Mon-Sat
For those without online access CofE Daily Hope 0800 804 8044 offers prayers, music and Sunday worship.
Midday Prayer is available on Facebook and YouTube at 12 noon every day except Sunday. The daily link will be posted here. https://youtu.be/kOjf7GZ1TVk
Now that public worship is restarting across the parish, we will livestream services where possible on the parish Facebook page. We hope that this enables as many people as possible to be involved with our worship.
Sunday 20th September
The morning service this week can be viewed on the parish Facebook page and will be live streamed from St Alphege at 10.30am. Rev Sue Chandler is presiding and preaching.
Evensong will be livestreamed at 6.30pm on Facebook. The order of service for both services is available to download below. Direct links will be available after the services.
The church is here for the whole community during these difficult times. If you are able and would like to make a financial contribution to our work please follow this link: https://tinyurl.com/y85c8dg2. Thank you.
800 Acts of Kindness We aim to record more than 800 Acts of Kindness, marking 800 years of Christianity in Solihull throughout 2020. Email Linda Hicks at: firstname.lastname@example.org