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Special speakers in October

OctoberSpeakers

Gift Day – Ipplepen Saturday 17th October at 10am-12noon

Gift Day 2020 Flier

Morning Prayer during the week – for Harvest

During Morning Prayer rom 5-15th October we used a resource especially written for Harvest time, please follow this link to view and download to your phone or tablet if you wish. The pages for each day were:

Woodland Days 1 and 5

Ipplepen Days 2 and 6

Broadhempston Days 3 and 7

Denbury Days 4 and 8

National Day of Prayer and Action

The National Day of Prayer and Action was on Sunday 22nd March. The form of prayer is also suitable for use throughout the Covid-19 epidemic. Go to Prayers-for-National-Day-of-Prayer-for-Coronavirus-

 Services on-line from the Beacon Mission Community

There are services and reflections from Andrew on YouTube and these can be found at: Beacon Parishes – Services on-line

The order of service for communion is: Simple Communion

The orders of service for Morning and Evening Prayer can be found at: Simple Acts of Worship

Rev’d Andrew Down’s YouTube Channel of Services and Reflections

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Please click on this link:  Beacon Parishes – Services on-line

Live and recorded services from around the Exeter Diocese

The Diocese of Exeter will be broadcasting a variety of services and reflections via their Youtube and Facebook channels:

https://exeter.anglican.org/resources/worship/sunday-services-to-watch-online/

National Day of Prayer and Action

The National Day of Prayer and Action was on Sunday 22nd March. The form of prayer is also suitable for use throughout the Covid-19 epidemic. Go to Prayers-for-National-Day-of-Prayer-for-Coronavirus-

Coronavirus Covid-19

The Diocese of Exeter has put out the following information:

FAQs for Church Leaders regarding the latest coronavirus guidance

There are many questions you may have about funerals, weddings, pastoral care for clergy, PCC meetings, bell-ringing and so on. Please see our FAQs web-page for guidance on all these issues and more.

 Resources for Churches during the coronavirus outbreak

The Church is not shutting, it is just doing things differently. There are plenty of resources available including a poster for your church door, advice on live streaming, reaching out to the isolated and downloadable prayers.See the resources here 

 Update on Safeguarding Training during this time

Following consultation with the National Safeguarding Team (NST), we have been advised of the updated position on Safeguarding Training requirements in light of the current isolation and social distancing advice to tackle the Covid-19 virus. Read the guidance here.

Video message from the Bishop of Exeter

Click on image for link to video message

Doing church differently but not shutting up shop

https://exeter.anglican.org/doing-church-differently-but-not-shutting-up-shop/

Business as UNusual

https://exeter.anglican.org/business-as-unusual/

Coronavirus Advice – 4th March 2020

Ad Clerum – Coronavirus Advice – 4th March 2020

Coronavirus Memo Page 1

Coronavirus Memo Page 2

Coronavirus Memo Page 3

Mothering Sunday Services on-line

Andrew celebrated communion at 11am on Mothering Sunday on behalf of the Beacon Parishes Mission Community but this could not be attended by the public. The Readings and Reflection for this service were:

Readings and Reflection for Mothering Sunday 22nd March 2020

There were several services ‘on-line’ on Mothering Sunday from various churches, which can still be viewed on-line.

A special service with the Archbishop of Canterbury. Go to:

Online church | The Church of England

A special service with the Bishop of Crediton, and other churches. Go to:

Churches celebrating Mothering Sunday online – Diocese of Exeter

This service with Bishop Jackie in Exeter Cathedral went out at 10am. The film also features several choristers from Exeter Cathedral Choir and will be broadcast on the Dicoese of Exeter Youtube, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter social media channels on Sunday at 1000.  Here is the YouTube channel link: CofEDevon

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