Recorded services from The Virtual Vicar

In addition to these services, there is a Recorded Carol Service available from Flitton PCC here

and a Remembered With Love service available from Silsoe here

The Marriage at Cana

The Marriage at Cana – Sunday 24 January

The theme for our service for Sunday 24 January is The Marriage at Cana. Rev Anne Barker leads the service which was recorded at St John the Baptist, Flitton. Margaret Butt leads the intercessions and Jo Holt reads the Gospel. Music is provided by Kevin Mayhew Ltd and the Royal School of Church Music and St Martins in the Field.

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Sunday 10 January

The Baptism of Christ – Sunday 10 January

Our Morning Worship service is lead by Liz Coulson with an address by Reader Gillian Kern. The theme is the Baptism of Christ. Alice Butler reads from the Gospel according to Mark and music is from Kevin Butler Ltd and Small Church Music. You are welcome to watch the service at any time, but if you would like to join with our Virtual Congregation the suggested worship time is 10am on Sunday 10 January 2021

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The Feast of the Epiphany

The Feast of the Epiphany – Sunday 3 January 2021

Our Morning Worship service for the Feast of the Epiphany is led by Rev David Payne with the bible reading by Martyn Gates. It was recorded at St John the Baptist, Flitton. You are welcome to watch the service at any time, but the suggested worship time for our Virtual Congregation is 10am on Sunday 3 January 2021.

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Christmas Eve Reflection

A Reflection for Christmas Eve – 24 December 2020

Our Reflection for Christmas Eve is a chance to pause, draw breath and set aside a few moments to make ready within to welcome Christmas Day and the coming of Jesus. The service last for just over 15 minutes and contains a beautiful solo of Silent Night by Maggie Jeeves. 

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Christingle Video

Virtual Christingle – 13 December 2020

Christingles are festive celebrations that take place in our communities every year. They get their name from the object lit during the ceremony – oranges decorated with red tape, sweets or dried fruit and a candle. Jo Payne will show you how to make your own Christingle Watch with us ‘It Begins in Bethlehem – A Nativity Rhyme for Christmastime’ – written and voiced by Bob Hartman with illustrations by Mark Beech.

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