Our Prayer Box at St Denis in Morton
The prayers will be collected, unread to be anonymous
and to preserve your confidentiality.
During our Sunday morning Zoom worship, they will be collectively held and offered to God.
Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation,
by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving,
present your requests to God.
Our services are on Zoom until restrictions are lifted.
Please email if you would like to be included.
Wednesday 6.45 for 7.00pm a short, traditional ‘end of day’ prayer/reflection time called ‘compline’. Short, quiet, no sermon.
Every week, same time during the C-19 closure.
Sunday 10 for 10.30. Virtual Holy Communion. 30 minute act of worship with virtual communion, homily… Attendance recently over 50…
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 be closed until further notice.
Although our Clergy and leaders are able to go into our churches from Sunday 10th May. There are many considerations and safe practices for the Benefice to prepare for before opening churches at this stage. Our churches are still closed to the public at this time.
There are many support groups in the villages, which help people to get food and medical supplies and prescriptions, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Benefice of West Trent is hosting services via Zoom. For information and where to load the app for zoom see our tab "Zoom & Recorded Sermons", We are happy to help people access Zoom for the first time, please contact us if you need assistance.
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