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We have assembled resources for you during this period of self-isolation, including Holy Communion and Prayer Services

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Holy Communion Service with Bishop Christopher Lowson

Sunday 11th April 2021

Please note: This recording for Sunday’s worship was done before the death of the Duke of Edinburgh. We hold Prince Philip and the Royal Family in our prayers. 

Father of all, we pray to thee for those whom we love, but see no longer. Grant them thy peace; let light perpetual shine upon them; and in thy loving wisdom and almighty power work in them the good purpose of thy perfect will; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. 

His Royal Highness, The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

A statement from the Bishop of Lincoln, the Rt Revd Christopher Lowson on the death of the Duke of Edinburgh:

In hearing the news of the death of His Royal Highness, The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh during this Easter season, the most important contribution we as Christians can make is to pray for him, that he will rest in peace and rise in glory.  As a diocese we, of course, also hold the Her Majesty the Queen and the Royal Family in our prayers in their bereavement.  Prince Philip was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather. He lived a life characterised by duty and in his support of the Queen over many years, of self-effacement.  For many generations Prince Philip has been at the heart of our life as a nation, empire and commonwealth. He will be greatly missed by many parts of our community life. 

Today is a day of grief but also a day of thanksgiving for all that His Royal Highness have given to us as individuals, as subjects of our nation and as citizens of the Commonwealth of Nations.

+Christopher Lincoln

On-line resources for your prayer & worship

4th April 2021

Easter Sunday

CHURCH OF ENGLAND

JOIN US FOR OUR WEEKLY ONLINE SERVICES, streamed each Sunday.
https://www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/church-online

PARISH EASTER FAMILY SERVICE SCAMPTON CHURCH

For information about the service:

www.scamptonchurch.org

LIVE 10.30 AM ON-LINE EUCHARIST ON ‘ZOOM’ Eadster Sunday 4th April 2021

Father Sebastian will lead the service and give a short sermon; we will listen to a short faith story from Lynn Balakelock and we will also to some favourite hymns or songs.

Please note that this service is streamed from the Ingham church. If you wish to attend this service physically in church and receive Communion, you can do so. We follow all covid-19 guidelines so as to protect each other and care for each other.

You will receive an invitation to join this short on line service if you are in the Parish database. If you are not on the email list and wish to join please contact the Springline Parish Secretary on springline springlinepcc@btinternet.com

Please download the Order of service here.

Some home on-line worship website resources

Spring is in the air! Make a cup of coffee, take a seat by the wind as you wish to worship God from your home. God’s greatest gift to us is Jesus Christ.

For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life.” (Jn 3.16)

START by viewing the you tube clip of the Easter Gospel of today John 20:1-18 The Empty Tomb 

THEN, after a few minutes of silent prayer, read the sermon of the day by following this link.

AFTER THAT, after a brief pause for prayer/reflection or discussion, listen to this song very appropriate for Easter: “An Easter Hallelujah – Cassandra Star & her sister Callahan”

YOU MIGHT ALSO use the prayers / intercessions as given in this link.

To Conclude

After a short prayerful silence, pray the “Prayer of Repentance and Surrender and Commitment to Jesus” by using the download link below.

Daily Hope

Daily Hope offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services from the Church of England at the end of a telephone line.

A Church of England initiative in partnership with CONNECTIONS at Holy Trinity Claygate, and Faith in Later Life.

The line – which is available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044 – has been set up particularly with those unable to join online church services during the period of restrictions in mind.

On-line resources for your prayer & worship

28th March 2021

PALM SUNDAY

CHURCH OF ENGLAND

JOIN US FOR OUR WEEKLY ONLINE SERVICES, streamed each Sunday.
https://www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/church-online

 

MOTHERING SUNDAY PARISH FAMILY SERVICE FROM SCAMPTON CHURCH

Parents and kids, please visit the Scampton Church website for information about the service.

www.scamptonchurch.org

LIVE 10.30 AM ON-LINE EUCHARIST ON ‘ZOOM’ SUNDAY 28th MARCH 2021

Father Sebastian will lead the service we will listen to the Passion Story and Dr Neill Hepburn will give us a short sermon and we will also to some favourite hymns or songs.

Please note that this service is streamed from the Ingham church. If you wish to attend this service physically in church and receive Communion, you can do so. We follow all covid-19 guidelines so as to protect each other and care for each other.

You will receive an invitation to join this short on line service if you are in the Parish database. If you are not on the email list and wish to join please contact the Springline Parish Secretary on springline springlinepcc@btinternet.com

Please download the Order of service here.

Some home on-line worship website resources

Spring is here! Make a cup of coffee, take a seat by the window or on a garden bench as you wish to worship God from your home. God’s greatest gift to us is Jesus Christ.

For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life.” (Jn 3.16)

BEFORE our usual selection and links, please find two videos especially for Palm Sunday. 

SPRINGLINE PARISH PASSION PLAY

Jesus lays down his life for us

The play is directed by Mr John Beverley, Reader in the Parish.

Play Video
KEEP PALM AND CARRY ON!

Mr John Campbell, formerly Dean’s Verger at Lincoln Cathedral, now living in Ingham village in the Springline Parish, making palm crosses for Palm Sunday.

The Palm Sunday recalls the entry of Jesus to Jerusalem prior to his death and resurrection.

Some home on-line worship website resources

START by viewing the you tube clip of the Palm Gospel of today Mark 11:1-10 Jesus’ Triumphant Entry into Jerusalem

THEN, after a few minutes of silent prayer, you might like to read and reflect on the sermon of the day by following this link.

AFTER THAT, after a brief pause for prayer/reflection or discussion, listen to this song very appropriate for our following Jesus and for our times these days: “The Servant King – Lyric Video

OR you might like to use the Holy Week Reflections for each day of the Holy Week by following this link.

YOU MIGHT ALSO use the prayers / intercessions as given in this link.

To Conclude

After a short prayerful silence, pray the “Prayer of Repentance and Surrender and Commitment to Jesus” by using the download link below.

Daily Hope

Daily Hope offers music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services from the Church of England at the end of a telephone line.

A Church of England initiative in partnership with CONNECTIONS at Holy Trinity Claygate, and Faith in Later Life.

The line – which is available 24 hours a day on 0800 804 8044 – has been set up particularly with those unable to join online church services during the period of restrictions in mind.

Holy Communion

Below is a full Holy Communion service for you to view.

A Service of Spiritual Communion

Use the button below to download a PDF of the service

Prayer Service

Daily Prayer.

The link below takes you to the Church of England Online web site. Presented are services of Daily Prayer which are available in both contemporary and traditional forms and for all times of day.

Topical Prayers.

You are invited to use these texts in your own worship and private prayer by the Church of England. You don’t have to know any particular prayers if you want to pray – in fact, fixed texts can sometimes get in the way – but the ones listed here may help you to think about ideas, images, and forms of words you can use.

Instant access to Prayer

Prayer guidance from the Church of England is available from the links below

Morning Prayer

Evening Prayer