Resources During Covid 19

There are a number of people not on Facebook or other Social media Platforms.
We will use this page to provide you with access to worship, devotions etc that are available to you on line.

 

For the First week in May

 
 
Evening Prayer will be online Facebook and on Youtube tomorrow at May 3 at 2:00
 

For This Sunday, April 26

The Service is being live cast from St.Martin’s Cathedral at 2:00 p.m

you can find it on Bishop John’s Facebook page, or the Diocese you tube channel 

The document for the worship is here

Diocese YouTube channel is here!

 

 

EASTER MORNING PRAISE SERVICE AT ST.MARTINS CATHEDRAL HERE

PASTORAL AND EXECUTIVE DECISION AROUND FINANCES AND ADMINISTRATION DURING THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC

Brothers and Sisters

I wish to thank the Finance Committee, Executive Committee and Clergy for all the work that has been done in relation to discerning a path forward for our Churches. What is happening in relation to Covid 19, is much bigger than a need to respond to a financial or logistical crisis. God is leading us!  God is able. The links here will provide you with the letter, and a video presentation.

I urge you all to read, view, give thanks, and trust in God. Bishop John

Video Link

Document link 

 

Holy Week in
The Diocese of Central Newfoundland

Our Diocese  and Bishop will be recording worship and messages. Everything available on social media will be found here. Each service is being broadcast live at the scheduled time, on Facebook and our YouTube channel. The services are being recorded as well, so you can share in them at any time .

To find our you tube channel go here.

Holy Week

The Schedule for Diocesan Holy Week Services being broadcast from St. Martin’s Cathedral is here.
bess you for Joining in!
Please check with your own individual parish websites, Facebook of other social media centres for what is happening in your own context. If you are unsure, contact your rector.

Palm Sunday                           11:00 a.m.       Morning Praise

Holy Monday                         7:00 p.m.         A Service of Healing

Holy Tuesday                         7:00 p.m.         Meditative Prayer Service

Holy Wednesday                    7:00 p.m.         A Service of Compline

Holy Thursday                         1:00 p.m.         The Blessing of Oil

Good Friday                                                    3:00 p.m.  Solemn Intercession
and Meditation on the Cross

Easter Day                      11am for the Ringing of Bells and Liturgy of the Word

as we celebrate Christ’s glorious resurrection and victory over death.

March 30 (Monday)

A Service to Mark the Diocesan Eucharistic Fast

The Document for the Liturgy is Here

 

March 29 (Sunday)
Morning Prayer Is Here

The Printed Service is Here

March 28 

Pastoral Video Regarding Eucharist in the Diocese and Holy Week 2020 Here 

The Document that accompanies the Video is Here

March 22

Morning Prayer  March 22 Lent 4, from St. Martin’s Cathedral

Printed Liturgy for the Service

The Anglican Church of Canada
A Centralized and Updated Web page for resources during the Corona Pandemic

For Lent 5 March 29 

Primates Message to our Diocese

The Church of England
Links to the Home Website. Beautiful Prayer Resources and international Information

The Anglican Parish of Twillingate

A Link to the Great Litany (with Music)

An Excellent Holy Week Resource

The Parish regularly updates audio files of worship and reflections. Available here

The Anglican Parish of Windsor Bishop’s Falls

Here’s the social media links for Windsor-Bishops. All the devotional videos are uploaded to both platforms for any who do not use Facebook.

 

Forward Movement (Forward Day by Day)
Lectionary Based prayer and devotional resources

 


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