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Services Oct/Nov 2020 ‘in church’
We have the following services of Holy Communion at 9.00am every Sunday ‘in Church’ where capacity is currently approximately 28
Greatford Sunday 25th October at St Thomas of Canterbury,

SUNDAY 1ST NOV. ALL SAINTS DAY, ONE OF THE NINE PRINCIPAL FEASTS OF THE CHURCH
Braceborough  9am, Holy Communion at St Margaret of Antioch,
11am  Morning Service via Zoom.

SUNDAY 8TH NOVEMBER (REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY)
Greatford; 9:00am, Holy Communion at St Thomas of Canterbury,

Brief Acts of Remembrance with prayers in each churchyard:
Barholm-with-Stowe  10:00am St Martin of Tours,
Braceborough  10:30am St Margaret of Antioch,
Uffington  11:00am at St Michael & All Angel’s,
Tallington  12:00noon at St Lawrence of Rome,
West Deeping  12:30pm at St Andrew the Apostle,
Wilsthorpe  1:00pm at St Faith of Aquitaine,

SUNDAY 15TH NOVEMBER
Tallington  9am, Holy Communion at St Lawrence of Rome;
11am, Morning Service via Zoom.

SUNDAY 22ND NOVEMBER (THE FEAST OF CHRIST THE KING; “STIR UP SUNDAY”)
Barholm-with-Stowe  9am Holy Communion at St Martin of Tours,

SUNDAY 29TH NOVEMBER (FIRST SUNDAY OF ADVENT)
Uffington  9am, Holy Communion at St Michael & All Angel’s,
11am, Morning Service via Zoom.

Details for accessing the Zoom services will be circulated nearer the relevant dates.

Covid-19 precautions require that attendance at any services in church must be notified in advance (email Carole:carole_y_martin@hotmail.com or telephone/text 07484 201413) to ensure that attendance is within the safe limit, to arrange seating and for any possible NHS Test & Trace requirements.
All those attending services in our churches are asked to respect social distancing guidelines. Face coverings must be worn in places of worship unless you are not able to put on, wear or remove a face covering because of a physical or mental illness or impairment, or disability; children under the age of 11 are also exempt. Disposable facemasks are available from the sides-people on the day.

In accordance with current Church of England guidance, Communion will be administered in only one kind (ie the bread, the Blessed Sacrament).