Lord Jesus, when you walked with us on earth you spread your healing power. We place in your loving care all who are affected by Coronavirus. Keep us strong in faith, hope, and love. Bring relief to our sick, console our bereaved, protect those who care for us. We lift our prayer to you Lord, and trust in your infinite mercy, as we wait for the daybreak.
Amen. Peter Grieg & 24/7 Prayer
Sunday Morning Meet and Greet:
This takes place between 10:00 am and 10:25am, we’ll all be together for the first 5 minutes, then the “Zoom” computer programme, smartphone or tablet app will automatically, and randomly mix us up into smaller groups for four minutes, before coming all back together for one minute. This arrangement will then automatically repeat itself until 10:25am.
PLEASE NOTE: The required link to join us this Sunday can be found in the Newsletter Email sent out each Wednesday. Be sure to use the link shown in the newsletter sent out on the Wednesday before the Sunday, as the link changes each week.
There are two opportunities available each week to listen to a message on the LRBC Podcast Here, or through ‘My ChurchSuite’ link to the website. To keep some structure and to have a sense of togetherness, we encourage you to access them at 10.30am but they will be available at any time.
LRBC Phone Line: we are now able to send to those within our church family without internet the weekly service via a local phone line. We are also sending out to these folk by post the weekly news sheet. If you are aware of without the internet in the church family and have not received a phone call please contact Phyllis.
Weekly Prayer Focus
“Growing healthy churches in relationship for God’s mission in the East of England.”
- EBA Regional TeamAs we write this Prayer Focus for the Regional Team, I think we all agree that no one thought this last year would have turned out the way it has. Coronavirus has turned our world upside down and given us all challenges to deal with. This was no different for the Regional Team, the Regional Ministers who normally spend a lot of time travelling around the area meeting churches and ministers were confined to their… Read more »