Littlebourne Benefice


    VIRTUAL CHURCH: EVENTS AND RESOURCES

    Now that churches are open again for worship, we are drawing towards the end of this emailed form of Daily Worship. Thank you for your devotion in its use


    Novena

    The nine days between Ascension and Whitsun is a period for prayer, often called a Novena. Instead of Daily Prayer for the next week we shall follow the Novena. 

    The booklet for use during this period can be obtained through this link. It includes advice on its use and also prayers for every day. 


    Those we remember in our prayers this week are:

    The Sick
    Jean Owen (Geraldine Wyant); David Smith (Joe Mount); Claire Kent (Louise Coakley): Jeanne Males and Ross Whitlock (Bobbie O’Sullivan); Angela Newton (Steve Sheath); Charles Davey (Gordon Bradley); Wendy (Liz Preston); Piers Henderson (Preb Gillean); Residents and staff of Littlebourne House, Oakfield House, and all care and nursing homes
    Recently Departed

    Julia James (Aylesham); Monica Westcott (Sally Wright); Mike Norris (Littlebourne)

    All those who have died of Corvid19


     Download Holy Eucharist for the Sunday after Ascension, 16th May, here.


    Watch a talk for children and families


    Daily HopeThere is also a new service, Daily Hope, which is available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044. It has been set up particularly with those unable to join online church services during the period of restrictions in mind.

     


    Let us pray for the World and all its people

    Remembering by name  If you would like someone remembered by name in the Daily Prayer, perhaps because they are ill, self-isolating or in any kind of need, please email their name to nhenwood77@gmail.com. Please also include your own telephone number in the same email for a confirmatory call to ensure authenticity.

    Canterbury Cathedral 

    During the current lockdown Canterbury Cathedral is closed to the public. However, it has wonderful daily services posted on YouTube. For the latest information visit www.canterbury-cathedral.org