14 August 2020
|Wellingborough Council have updated their
COVID 19 advice this week (see below). For the time being we
will continue to hold services in church, but please do
check the newsletter each week as this may need to change in
response to any local lockdown.
We will continue to record the services and post onto YouTube, so if you are in a vulnerable category or feel uncomfortable coming back to church you can join in with our worship online.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): services, facilities and guidance
Latest informationResidents of Wellingborough (alongside residents of Northampton, Kettering and Corby) are being urged to take action as the number of cases has risen above the national rate. We need to work together to avoid a local lockdown.
We all need to take some simple steps:
• Limit contact with others outside your household or bubble.
• Work from home if you can.
• Keep 2 metres from others at all times, use a face covering where you are less than 2 metres apart.
• Avoid using public transport or car sharing, wear face coverings if you cannot avoid these.
• Avoid meeting those outside of your household or bubble in an indoor space.
• Wash your hands regularly and thoroughly for 20 seconds each time.
• Do not share items with others outside of your household or bubble.
If you have any items for the September magazine, please send them to John by Sunday 16 August.
| All Hallows Men’s Fellowship 100 Club draws
Draws from March to August 2020 took place at All Hallows Church at 10:45 on Sat 1 Aug. Drawn by Bob Addie. These monthly draws were delayed due to Covid-19:
no.11 Rodney Foster, no.63 Shirley Lovell
no.15 Brenda Smith, no.20 Patricia Raymond
no.6 Dennis Mole, no.10 Linda Mandeville
no.82 Diane Ridley, no.60 Stuart Adams
no.117 Hilly Sharp, no.63 Shirley Lovell
no.19 Valerie Mole, no.69 Peter Brown
This is the end of the 2019/20 membership. Dick Sharp will be arranging future membership.
| Film quiz winners
Congratulations to Bob & Margaret Addie who won the film quiz with 90 perfectly matching answers to our 100 clues, and out of the 10 they didn't get right only 3 were actually wrong, and 7 were convincingly good alternatives.
Everyone who took part, thank you very much. You came up with quite a few unexpected and witty answers.
John will publish the clues and the answers in the next magazine.
|Our prayers are asked for:
Those who suffer in body, mind or spirit, among them Peter B, Christian S, Sue P, Roger P, Richard H.
The housebound Ruth S, Doreen A, Margaret O, Diana B.
The church The Scottish Episcopal Church: The Most Revd Mark Strange, Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church and Bishop of Moray, Ross and Caithness; The Porvoo Churches – Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh, Aarhus.
If you would like to add a name to our prayer list, please first obtain the consent of the person you wish us to pray for. Then tell Rev Paula or Agnes at the Benefice Office whom to pray for and the reason why. A name remains on the list for three weeks.
|Useful links and phone
Morning and evening prayer on Zoom – call Rev Christine (01933 226730).
Our services online
Ian (phone 01933 274222) can help collect your shopping and prescriptions.
Northamptonshire Coronavirus Support Line for getting food, prescriptions and other services – call 0300 126 1000 / option 5.
List of churches with online services
Free worship phone line – call 0800 804 8044
For good mental health
For worship at home
For households with children: Faith at Home
Further resources from Peterborough Diocese
|Churches open for private
All Saints Thursday 10:00-12:00 - entry through the Lady Chapel door
All Hallows Wednesday and Saturday 10:30-12:30
Our website: allhallowsandallsaintswellingborough.co.uk
Our online services: rebrand.ly/saintsandhallows
All Saints on Facebook
All Hallows on Facebook
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