As you watch and listen take a few moments to reflect
upon and pray for those we know or might not know but whose lives have already been significantly affected as a consequence
of the coronavirus pandemic. We especially pray for Paul Ingle our organist at All Saints Church for over
70 years, who remains in hospital recovering from a fall.
It's not all bad news, despite the church building remaining
closed, the church [its people] remain very active in the form of online and telephone contacts,
as well as providing much needed help and support within the wider village community.
Each week Revd
Simon is leading Sunday worship from his home. He uploads his service on line in time for 9:30am
each Sunday. You can hear his service at: https://www.5folds.org.uk/page/simons-sermon-recordings-and-bible-index
If during this period of uncertainty you or someone you know locally needs help, guidance, advice
or just a chat you can find details about how this can be done on the ‘Friends'
website [Keeping in touch with you!]. There is also a very active group on Facebook
[All Saints' Church, Longstanton] doing their bit.
For more details about what's going
within our church community and beyond, please see our website at: http://friends-of-all-saints-church-longstanton.org.uk/
what's going on in the 5folds group of churches can be found at: https://www.5folds.org.uk
Stay safe and
don't forget to ‘Phone someone' this coming week.