The Archbishop of Canterbury is due to lead the Church of England’s first virtual Sunday service for worshippers staying at home because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The service has been recorded in the crypt chapel at Lambeth Palace in London and includes prayers, hymns and a short sermon, the Church of England said.
It will be broadcast across 39 local BBC radio stations at 8am this weekend.
In these uncertain times Revd Jeanette has put together a way for us to worship together.
Please click on the link, to access the Spiritual Communion Booklet ‘so collectively, as a Benefice, we will all be able to sit down at 11am and worship together in our own homes.
The Church of England have today announced the suspension of public worship for the foreseeable future. Please see the link below for more information.
We are a small, friendly church with good support from the people
of Norland village and the surrounding villages. Sometimes our congregation is quite small but on special occasions, our church can be filled to bursting point!
In May 2013 we joined with two other churches to form the Ryburn Benefice. The new family of churches are St. Luke’s Norland, St. Peter’s Sowerby and St. Mary’s Cottonstones. The Benefice works together to bring Christ’s love to parishes of Norland and Sowerby with Cottonstones.
Click here to view this months Benefice mag April 2020
This year we are fundraising for repairs to the church organ, we will be holding various events throughout the year to help us reach our target, so please join us on these events, we will publish details on the website under events and also on our Facebook page. Alternatively you can donate by cheque making it payable to Norland Church or by handing cash into church to a member of the PCC.
We invite you to join us in our worship at 3.30pm on Sundays.
Morning Prayer is also held at 9.15am on Mondays.
Check out our Events page to see what is going on at St Luke’s or follow us on facebook. We hope to see you soon!