Also, Caroline has uploaded a resource bank of ideas for meditation on your own. You can visit this at any time today and work through what appeals to you as you consider your own thoughts. That too is on the website: https://rawchurch.org.uk/holy-week-and-easter-2020/
Prebendary Caroline Pascoe is about to lead a short service of Night Prayer. To join in head over to our website https://rawchurch.org.uk/holy-week-and-easter-2020 where you’ll find an order of service to download and a link to join the service via Zoom. Oh, and a candle would be nice.
The Community Larder continues to operate on a Tuesday morning, we are serving people outside, to minimise personal contact, and offering prepacked bags to make the process quicker and more efficient. We have been overwhelmed by the generosity of many local restaurants, pubs and shops who have sadly had to temporarily close down, but have given us large quantities of fresh produce.
At present we have not noticed a significant increase in demand for the Larder, although we are of course aware that this may happen as the current situation continues.
We have had a number of kind enquiries about making a financial donation and this can be done on line direct to the Ross Community Larder Bank Account;
Lloyd’s Bank Account Number 57486460 Sort Code 30 80 55
And of course, and most importantly, our sincere thanks for your prayerful support at this challenging time.
Following national developments today a large number of events have been cancelled. We are constantly reviewing the situation and have created a dedicated page on our website: https://rawchurch.org.uk/coronavirus.
We expect an update from the Church of England later this week after which there will be a further statement on changes to service patterns.