25th December 2020 – Archbishop of York | A moment of Christmas Reflection from Diocese of York on Vimeo.
This Sunday’s Worship Where You Are service launches this year’s holiday club. This is being done differently this year and, together with our ecumenical colleagues, we are running The Hope Club throughout the entire summer holiday! Find our more in this 20 minute service which
This Sunday’s service is at 10am at St Mary’s Church, Boston Spa. It follows our now familiar “Worship Where You Are” format (you can download an order of service here) and you can join this service either by attending St Mary’s itself, or live on
Our online service this week is a little different. We shall be Livestreaming our processional service The Light of Christ throughout the morning over on our Facebook page, Facebook.com/BramhamBenefice The Easter flame which has been kept burning in the vicarage since Easter Day will be
From 4th July it has become possible to reopen our church buildings for public worship. We have chosen to implement this in a cautious manner in line with national guidelines. Below can be found our risk assessment documents, Holy Communion protocols and the national guidance
I was interested to learn from Saturday’s teatime government announcement (June 6th) that it may soon be permitted to open church buildings for supervised, individual prayer, a few weeks earlier than had been previously indicated. This announcement makes it possible to consider some limited reopening
Black Lives Matter “Surely all lives matter?” This is a common answer given by some whenever the phrase”Black Lives Matter” comes into the news again. But the only times most of us encounter the “Black Lives Matter” phrase is in response to instances of disproportionate