Prayer and bible study at Holy Trinity Church Stroud

At Holy Trinity, they join together for a Zoom prayer meeting  from 20:00 to 20:40 on a Wednesday evening. They have a brief time of fellowship and sharing how our week has gone, our joys and concerns and our prayer requests and then they spend the remainder of their time together in prayer. Please contact Rich Spring at <[email protected]> if you would like to join us or for further information.
Every alternate Wednesday there is the ECC Bible Study, at 19:30. This is held in the Wesley Rooms, at St Albans Church, on Parliament Street. They are, currently, studying the Book of Acts. They start off with a time of sharing refreshments and  fellowship. Then they move onto their reading  and participating in lively and stimulating discussion of the relevant chapter for the evening. The study is led by various members of the group who present well prepared and insightful sessions.
Please contact Sue Jackson at <[email protected]> if you would like to join us or for more information.

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On a desktop computer

In order for this to work you will need a computer with at least a microphone and speakers. You do not have to have camera, but obviously it helps.

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Communion during this time

In these unprecedented times, we are working hard to find imaginative solutions in a landscape that has been rapidly changing. Sometimes we get things right, and sometimes we miss the mark. I apologise that this has been the case regarding communion.

For those of you who have received wafers in a parcel, we would ask that you either consume them, or put them somewhere safe to bring back once we are able to be together again.

We are going to be sending out a new order of service for use during this time as either a simple service of the word or, on occasion, to help us to share an Agape meal together.

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