Sunday Morning Prayer in Lent

Every Sunday at 1000 we will share Morning Prayer together.
Use the ZOOM link below to join.
https://leccofe.zoom.us/j/92426951064?pwd=cWkvWXZjaytGaG9ZNzcySVhrT05Fdz09
Meeting ID: 924 2695 1064 
Passcode: 653927

Sunday Morning Prayer on Zoom

What’s Morning Prayer?
The very short answer is – prayer – in the morning! 

But seriously, we get together on ZOOM every Sunday at the moment at 10:00am. 

We listen to some words from the Bible, have time to reflect on them and pray. 

You can join with video on or off, and the same goes for your microphone. 

Some bring coffee, some light a candle, we all sit in comfy chairs and enjoy some time with God. 

There is a specific format, but there’s nothing to ‘do’. You don’t have to say anything at all, or you can chip in. 

The ZOOM link we give out by email just so we don’t attract unwelcome visitors! Email admin@avonswift.co.uk.
This Sunday’s order of service is below:


Please take time to follow the latest advice about churches in our group opening. Look on your church noticeboard or contact your church warden for details.

The Church of England also has a page where you can find the latest updates here:

Latest Advice Link

Spring Lecture Mini-Series

The illustrated lectures will be held by Zoom and tickets are £5 each to support the work of the LeicesterShire Historic Churches Trust.

On Wednesday 10 March at 7.30pm, Dr Miriam Gill will talk about  'Mistaken Medieval identities in Leicestershire Church Art'.  To book a ticket - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/138853631951 

On Wednesday 24 March at 7.30pm, Roger Willson will talk about '20th century Stained Glass in Leicestershire - Trends and Highlights'. To book a ticket - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/138854318003

For further information, please see the Events page on our website https://www.lhct.org.uk/events/two-lectures-in-march-I41.html and the two lovely photos attached to this email. I do hope this will be of interest.

We still have about £12,000 of funds available for roof alarm grants, but we must allocate this money by 31 July. 

If you know any church that is thinking about a roof alarm, please get in touch with me.

Mrs J C Arthur MBE, Chair, LeicesterShire Historic Churches Trust

chairman@lhct.org.uk / 0116 279 3995 / 07840 543288

Safeguarding

If you have a safeguarding concern, you can contact the local Independent Person for your parish. 

Their details can be found on individual church websites or on the church noticeboard.

Also see the links page or on A Church Near You.

If you are not sure who to contact our local benefice Safeguarding Administrator is Karen Morgan 01455 699259 or 07853 339936. 


In Leicester Diocese, if you have concerns about a child, young person or an adult who may have been harmed or be at risk of harm, please contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisers for advice and support: Rachael Spiers 0116 2615341 or Peter Holloway 0116 261524.

(Pete Holloway will be available 21/12 - 23/12, Tel 07930 887984. )

If you have concerns about the immediate safety of someone please don’t delay in ringing the Police on 999 or Children or Adult Services:

  • Leicester City Children and Adults Services (incl. out of hours for Children’s Services) – 0116 454 1004
  • Leicester City and Leicestershire Adult Services out of hours – 0116 255 1606
  • Leicestershire Children’s Service (incl. out of hours) – 0116 305 0005
  • Leicestershire Adult Services (daytime) – 0116 305 0004

Out of Hours Safeguarding Cover - 
Thirtyone:eight will be providing the usual safeguarding cover in the evenings and at weekends.

Tel 0303 003 1111 (Option 2). Please state you are calling from Leicester Diocese.

In an emergency (especially if someone is in immediate danger of harm) you should always call 999 and ask for the police.


Childline For children who want someone to talk to Tel: 0800 1111



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