Churches of Belbroughton & Fairfield
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This week’s pews sheet click here for news and readings, click here for contact information There is a weekly online Service video the Services starting at 10.00am each Sunday. People can join the Service by going to the "Services for this Sunday" page of the CBB website. Some weeks the service will be led by Canon Sue; others will be led by members of the ALM Team. The link to the "Online Service for This Sunday", is: https://cbbchurches.weebly.com/online-service-for-this-sunday.html All of our online Services will remain permanently available on Blakedown church's YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCToVq6Co2UxmbzgrvYbzfUg This week’s Sermon podcast from the Diocese of Worcester can be found here: https://www.cofe-worcester.org.uk/your-faith/prayer-worship/sermon-podcasts Our Online Services are now available as audio podcasts, which you can now listen to, and subscribe to, on your mobile phone using the Podbean app. Search "Blakedown Church" in the app. The Church office normal office hours are Mon-Fri 9am-noon but may be closed some of this time because of current guidelines; please email bfcoffice@btconnect.com Thank you. We shall try to continue to produce Readings and Pews Sheets in virtual format (PDF); if you would like us to send you one via email, please drop us a line at the office on bfcoffice@btconnect.com The magazines are continuing to be printed, but if you are having difficulty getting hold of one, please drop us a line at the office if you wish to have this emailed to you in a PDF format. Please assume that most events published are currently either cancelled or on hold, as guidelines from the Government ask for us to physically distance each other; but please keep in touch with/support your family, friends and neighbours in other ways such as telephone, social media, online, etc. … The office “Belonging to Christ has never been measured by the number of people in church for a Sunday Service but by the service we offer to others every day.” click here for SAFEGUARDING At all our churches above, we are committed to the safety and well-being of everyone who in our church community. If you or someone you know feels unsafe, the following contact information may be useful to you: - Parish Safeguarding Officer - please contact your church office for details on 01526 730777 or contact: Hilary Higton, Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser’s Telephone: 07495 060869 Email: hhigton@cofe-worcester.org.uk. - Clergy: Revd Canon Sue Oliver Telephone: 01562 701076 Revd Richard Newton Telephone: 01562 882442 - Childline: 0800 1111 - Local Police: 101 Click on Safeguarding heading above for further details.
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Following the announcement of the death of the Duke of Edinburgh, HRH Prince Philip, the Bishop and the Dean of Worcester have offered the following tributes: The Bishop of Worcester, Dr John Inge said: “Millions of people, not just in this country but across the globe, will be saddened to learn of the death of the Duke of Edinburgh. As a most wonderful consort to Her Majesty the Queen, he has been centre stage for decades, bringing his considerable wisdom and wit to bear on so many situations. I join in giving thanks for the long life of a remarkable man and pray that he will rest in peace and rise in glory. I pray for comfort for all who mourn his passing, especially Her Majesty the Queen and all the Royal Family.” The Dean of Worcester, Peter Atkinson, said: “Prince Philip was a much-loved figure on the world stage for many decades. His support for Her Majesty the Queen throughout their long marriage, and his devotion to duty through countless public engagements until very recently, mark him out as one of the great men of our time. We mourn his passing, and are united in prayer for the Queen and the Royal Family.” The Church of England has an online condolence book for people to leave a message in memory of HRH Prince Philip on their website. Photo credit: Press Association https://www.churchofengland.org/remembering-his-royal-highness-prince-philip 9th April 2021