Weekly Notices – 10 Jan 2021

During the week:

Tuesday and Thursday – Daily Morning Prayer at 8am begins again this week – on Facebook Live.  All are welcome to join us as we pray together.  You may also watch the video and follow the short prayer service at any time on Facebook.

Wednesday at 10am – Morning Prayer on Zoom – please let Charles Lewis know if you would like to attend and he will send you the joining details.  All are welcome!

Wednesday at 7.30pm – Living Word on Zoom followed by Compline at approximately 8.15pm on Zoom and on Facebook Live – please let Revd Gill know if you would like to join the Zoom meeting. All are welcome!  More information can be found on St Mary’s Tadley website Living Word.

St Mary’s remains open for private prayer on Wednesdays and Saturdays generally but please note – on Wednesday 13th the church will be closed as there will have been a funeral the day before and we want to allow ample time for cleaning. 

Wednesday Morning Prayer Service is led by Charles Lewis, please contact him for details.

On Thursday 14th there is a CTAT Forum and AGM. This is the collective group of Churches Together Around Tadley which hosts events such as the Arts Festival, Holiday Club, Unity Services and is a key part of the Tadley Hub helping with shopping and prescriptions. If you would like to know more or want to attend this meeting please contact Sally Wood or Andrew Thompson.

During the lock-down it is very meaningful to be in touch with each other regularly so if you would like to have a Church Directory or wish your contact details to be included in the next version please let Peter Wood know.

And finally, the Diocese has alerted us to the following COVID Vaccination Scam Alert. It is SO easy to be drawn into scam calls so please hang up on any calls where you are asked for bank information, however kind they seem. There have been reports of a new scam where a person receives a text saying they need to book a vaccination appointment and it takes them to a fake NHS form which then asks for their bank details to prove their identity. The NHS will never ask for a person’s banking information so please do not provide as it will be a scam

With every blessing,

Rev’d Gill