As a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, many of us are obliged to self isolate.
With that in mind, we publish here some quick links to take you to Church, NHS and Government sites for important information.
**Important Information from PCC Secretary – A Link to an abridged APCM Report on which she has marked in red indications of missing items due to our inability to hold a PCC Meeting which would adopt the accounts and Treasurer’s Report.** See here and download the Report.
**A note from Robert Pither: If you need computer support, bearing in mind that Pontesbury Broadplace is not available during the ‘Lockdown’, give him a ring, and he will guide you to download ‘Teamviewer’, which will allow him to give you some assistance. You can send him a message to get his number via the Contact page on this website.**
Pontesbury Village Newsletter can be found here. Downloads are at the bottom of the page.
Hereford Diocese plan to continue offering an online service every Sunday from the Diocese, it will be broadcast via their Facebook page and available to watch from their YouTube channel. The YouTube channel has all the past broadcasts too, so you can catch-up if you wish. The Facebook page is accessible to those who do not have Facebook, though you might keep getting invitations to join! See below for the immediate future services planned:
|19 April||Revd Andy Morgan 10am|
|26 April||Lizzie Hackney 10am|
|3 May||Revd Sean Semple 10am|
|10 May||Revd Chris Moore 10am|
|17 May||Rev Simon Cawdell 10am|
|24 May||Rev Mark Johnson 10am|
*You can use the weekly bulletin for private worship, Many people from around the world download this document, and follow the Collect, Readings, Reflections on the readings and Prayers of Intercession. Try it here: *
**You can use the Bulletin in conjunction with an ‘Easter Service Sheet’. The Service Sheet can be found here.**
***For Sunday 24th May following Ascension Day on the 17th May, and also for Pentecost on Sunday 31st May, there is a service sheet here***
*Here’s a link to our monthly Parish Magazine. Past copies are also available*
**And now for something completely different – try the Book of Esther, a series authored by The Reverend Christopher Cooke. It has its own Blog Page.**
Keep an eye on this page for any further decisions on our worship or other activities.