services for Sunday – Trinity +13 – 6th September

This week we move from our postponed “Easter Season” to Creationtide as we recount the stories which lead us towards Harvest celebrations.

Services for this Sunday are: 9.30am Holy Communion at St Michael’s, Beer, and 11.00am Morning Prayer at St Gregory’s, Seaton.

The 11.00am service can also be accessed by telephone. Please contact us for details.

The online service is available as a printed order and a video.

The video can be found here – https://vimeo.com/454759149

Holy Communion

Our two Parishes have agreed to restart services of Holy Communion, beginning this Sunday, the 9th August. It will be very special to share this sacrament together again, just as it has been wonderful to gather together again over these past weeks.

On Sunday 9th August there will be a service of Holy Communion at 9.30 am at St Michael’s, Beer, followed by an 11.00am Service of the Word at St Gregory’s Seaton, where we will also host our telephone service.

On Sunday 16th August this will be reversed; 9.30am Service of the Word at Beer followed by 11.00am Holy Communion at Seaton. Participants with the 11.00am telephone service are given the option of having the clergy bring the sacrament to them if they feel safe to receive it this way.

Strong guidelines on how to conduct such a service have been received from the Church of England and these will be followed. Please co-operate with directions given by the sidemen and clergy.

The online service and the telephone service will continue on a weekly basis.

Service for Trinity +8 – 2nd August

The service resources for this coming Sunday are now available. Thank you to all who have used previous weeks and for your helpful feedback. As services in our church buildings continue to develop we are committed to carrying on with these video and other resources for those not able or not wishing to join us physically.

And the video can be found here – https://vimeo.com/443411952

Face-masks in Church

Following updated advice form the Government and the Church of England we are asking all who enter our church buildings to please wear a face-mask. Clergy will be wearing clear visors for leading worship and face-masks for before and after the service. This is not a substitute for social distancing and other good health practices.

The Anglican Churches of Seaton and Beer in Devon