Discovering the Love of God in Jesus Christ.
The resources that follow will help maintain the rhythm of worship that was established during Holy Week. Many of you will already practice daily morning prayer, but for those who don’t you might want to click on Celtic Morning Prayer and give it a try (and use the lectionary readings and meditations provided – these are numbered to correspond with the date). For worship on Wednesdays and Sundays when we would normally be gathering together in church, we are going to use an act of worship that Canon Arthur Howells has prepared for us over the Eastertide. (Sue Letson continues to prepare Wednesday prayers – which is when we pray particularly for our community). Again the lectionary readings are indicated, so please follow these in a bible translation that works for you. If you would like to read the passages online then please click on this link for Bible Readings
The Bench of Bishops has approved a rite for use across the Church in Wales, at home or in other places at times when, as at present, a celebration of the Holy eucharist is not possible.A short Rite for Spiritual Communion
Sung by our Vicar Ian Davies, Vaughan Bennett, Angharad Vickery, Simon Large, Kerry Andrews Recorded 2001Faithful Father As the Deer What A Child Is Meant To Be I Lift My Eyes Up This Is My Desire We Bow Down I Worship You, Almighty God Lord, You Are So Precious To Me Who Is There Like You Eternity When I Survey The Wondrous Cross Humble King I Choose To Worship It's Your Blood Arise, My Love Be Still, And Know
If you like Richard Rohr reflections you can go to his page click here