Virtual church

Our Vicar Rev'd Kate is streaming a service digitally on Facebook at 10am every Sunday morning, as well as prayers at other times during the week.  We put all the recordings in our "Streamed services and prayers" page of this website here - why not have a look and see if they are helpful?

If you want to get notifications of when services and prayers have been streamed, have a look at our ASQ Facebook page here - if you "like" the page you'll get sent notifications, so you can join us live if you're able, but you're of course always very welcome to catch up after the event if you miss something.

We are now meeting on alternate Sundays back in church, but you may not be able to join us there.  But we are using the same liturgy whether we're in church or worshipping from home - if you'd like to join in, you can find that order of service here.  

Rev'd Kate is praying in the Vicarage every weekday except Friday - it's not always streamed online, but she is praying, so if there's something or someone particular you'd like her to pray for, do just let her know.  She is using the liturgy for Morning and Evening Prayer, Compline and Prayer during the day available on the Church of England website here.  Both those services are also available on an app called Time to Pray - it's free, so why not download it here?

We've also pulled together a list of links to some other resources you might find helpful, including for praying as a family, and a small selection of podcasts.  If you've got suggestions of things to add, let me know, but you can find that here.

In case this talk of online resources is unhelpful to you, you can also see the leaflet on praying at home over Eastertide that we're sending to all households in the parish, which include a liturgy both for Prayer during the day and for Compline, as well as some other advice and suggestions for prayers you might try.  You can have a look at it here, but if you'd prefer to have a paper copy, do get in touch with Rev'd Kate, she'd be happy to send you one.

But as always, the advice on prayer is "pray as you can, not as you can't".  If none of this appeals to you at the moment, please pursue your walk with God in whatever way is best for you in this season.