Archive for March, 2020

Holy Communion (29th March)

Holy Communion for the 5th Sunday of Lent

A Service from the Rectory in Cawston

Posted by Cawston Parish Church on Sunday, 29 March 2020

Little Fishes Live (26th March)

Little Fishes Live

Join us for more stories, some baking and a spot of gardening.

Posted by Little Fishes on Thursday, 26 March 2020

Church building closed

The Archbishops and Bishops of the Church of England have urged everyone to follow the instructions given by the Prime Minister to stay in their homes in a national effort to limit the transmission of the coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Mothering Sunday Worship (22nd March)

Mothering Sunday Worship

A different kind of Mothering Sunday service; live streamed from Cawston Parish Church.

Posted by Cawston Parish Church on Sunday, 22 March 2020

Little Fishes Live (19th March)

Little Fishes Live Stream

A chance to get together online for some stories, craft activities and a chat through the comments.

Posted by Little Fishes on Thursday, 19 March 2020

COVID-19 update

The church building is open daily, even during this crisis

As you will all be aware, we are in unprecedented times, with a global-scale health emergency the like of which has never been seen before. This means that life has already changed, and it means the church has to change, too.

With immediate effect, all acts of public worship are suspended. So until further notice, there will be no public services in any of our churches. However, thanks to technology, we will be live-streaming an act of worship each Sunday at 10:30am – details to follow.

All meetings, groups and events planned for the foreseeable future will still be happening, but they will be online, using Zoom, Facebook Live or Youtube – watch out for the links.

Although public acts of worship are cancelled, the church is still very much alive. Your church building remains open for private prayer, quiet time or lighting a candle.

Very soon, we will be launching a helpline number based in Cawston, but covering all of the villages in this group of parishes. This will be a number people can call to get additional help with shopping if they are self isolating, or just a friendly ear if they are bored-stiff from staring at 4 walls – this is being developed in conjunction with a wide range of people in the village including the school and local businesses.

Though we clearly face tough times, it is fantastic to see people pulling together. Remember to support our local businesses and keep abreast of the latest advice from the government website.

Revd. Andrew Whitehead