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  • Churches in the Lands End Benefice are re-opening for regular Services from Sunday 19th July 2020

    St Buryan Church will re-open for worship at 10:15am on Sunday 19th July 2020. It will be a Service of the Word, not a Eucharist until things settle down a little more. Click on Pew News/Prayer Resources for the Orders of Service each week.
    St Sennen's Services will be at 11:15am commencing 19th July 2020.
    St Levan's Services will be at 09:15am commencing 26th July 2020.

    On Wednesday mornings at 9.30am there will be a Eucharist Service alternating between all three churches starting with Sennen on Wednesday 22nd July, St Buryan on Wednesday 29th July.St Levan on Wednesday 5th August, then back to Sennen etc.

    Additionally, Wednesday will be the day the churches are open for private prayer, Sennen and St Buryan 22nd July and onwards followed by St Levan in August. Times will be announced and may need to be changed if there is a funeral or if the virus seems to be coming back. We are opting for a Wednesday opening so that we keep 72 hours between the service and the open for private prayers sessions this is the optimum time to allow the virus to die, and is therefore the safest way of managing a public space.

    Church will not look quite like normal: some pews are roped off to enable social distancing; there will be NO  refreshments afterwards; and we ask that you take your order of service home with you. The service will be shorter, to allow Rev'd Canon Vanda Perrett to travel between the three churches. There will be only one reading, a short sermon, and no hymns until we are allowed to sing again! Orders of service can be emailed and some will be available in church, they will be one-off services for the holiday period.  

    The “on-line” and “Royal Mail posted” worship services will continue to the autumn at least, and Rev'd Canon Vanda Perrett's blog will also continue, we are amid one series of Zoom bible study which will also continue as long as it is required. Readings and Reflections will continue at least to the autumn.

    Rev'd Canon Vanda Perrett commented: "How lovely it will be able to gather and pray together and praise God too. It will be good to see one another again! Please be assured that it is perfectly reasonable to choose to wait before returning to the building for worship. The right time for you is when you feel it is safe and appropriate for you to come back."

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    Click Church of England Coronavirus Covid19 Church guidance for more information.
     
    Should you wish to discuss matters solely arising from the Coronavirus pandemic with Reverend Canon Vanda Perrett, could we respectfully request that these calls are made during office hours.

    Due to the current Coronavirus pandemic it is with regret that the planned retreat for 17th-21st March was cancelled - hopefully it will be rescheduled for Autumn - details to follow

    “We believe in an inclusive Church...   a church which does not discriminate on any level, including: economic power, gender, mental health, mental ability, physical ability, race or sexuality. We believe in a Church which welcomes, accepts and serves all people in the name of Jesus Christ; which is scripturally faithful; which seeks to proclaim the Gospel afresh for each generation; and which, in the power of the Holy Spirit, allows all people to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Jesus Christ.”   Inclusive Church

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