From the 24th March 2020
Our Prime Minister issued a statement on 23rd March at 20.30, stating that all non essential shops, gyms, play areas and places of worship will close effective of today.
There are many support groups in the villages, which help people to get food and medical supplies and perscriptions, leaflets are being dropped into houses in the villages.
The Reverend Phil is available for confidential one-to-one chats on the phone if you need to talk through any concerns. For those who live in the parishes
Please phone on 077 200 100 66 or email email@example.com.
Phil is leading a online service from the vicarage via Zoom on Sundays mornings at 10.30am and an Compline on Wednesdays at 7pm.
Please email or phone Reverend Phil if you wish to join one or both of the groups. Phil will email you a link and if you click on the link you can join the meeting.
To access zoom you will need to have a link and have downloaded the app to your tablet or mobile phone. Here is the link that can help you access the service.
You will need to download it to your phone or computer and sign up to an account before the meeting.
You need to contact Phil via email to tell him you would like to be able to participate in the online service, again this must be done before Sunday
Phil will then be able to send you an email so you can logon to the meeting, before the virtual service, it is best to give yourself 10 minutes or more to get set up to the service to iron out any difficulties before it starts.
If you need help or advice with using zoom, please ask.
The Church of England website has other links to digital resources that you can access during the time when we are unable to meet together, scroll down half the page.
Seven Parishes, one Benefice
Always a warm welcome. The seven churches in the Benefice of West Trent are traditional churches, with a strong sense of community and village life. Seasons are a strong focus with the farming featuring in many of our villages. Each church having it’s own Parochial Church Council and character. Many of the churches go back centuries and have interesting historic artefacts.
The Benefice of West Trent part of
in the Newark and Southwell Deanery