Welcome 9 Apr 20

Welcome to e-Bulletin this Maundy Thursday, as we journey with Christ through his Passion, towards his glorious Resurrection.

This bulletin includes: links to the prayer and worship pages on the Heart of Norfolk website/Facebook page, a link to Easter Sunday's gospel reading (Matthew 28:1-10) and a reflection from Revd Sally. 

 

Gathering together

Zoom: Further to last week’s e-bulletin, there have been very few in our HON community registering with Zoom that we know of. We’ll continue to experiment, as we may be a virtual community for some time to come.

It’s a learning experience, but if you would like me (Sally) to arrange 1-1 Zoom meetings, please call (01362 668850) or email me at heartofnorfolkrector@gmail.com.  Meanwhile, please see Holy Week and Easter (below) about resources for worship and prayer at home.

 

Holy Week and Easter

Stations of the Cross - in The Footsteps of Christ: We continue our ‘journey’ through Holy Week and Easter: https://www.facebook.com/heartofnorfolk/

Orders of service for Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and an order for Spiritual Communion on Easter Day (including links to hymns and texts) are available for use at home at https://www.heartofnorfolkchurches.org.uk/lent/

 

Holy Week and Easter at Norwich Cathedral  

The clergy of Norwich Cathedral are publishing videos and podcasts on the new  Norwich Cathedral Services YouTube Channel with a series of digital worship planned in the run-up to Easter Sunday.

Good Friday: Under the banner ‘The Shows must go on’, YouTube are streaming the full stage show of Andrew Lloyd-Webber/Tim Rice’s musical “Jesus Christ, Superstar” from 7pm on Good Friday (10th April) and then available for 48 hours. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GpO4ohqx3os

BBC Radio 4 Sunday worship for Easter Sunday (8.10am) The first female Bishop in the Church of England, the Rt Revd Libby Lane, gives the Easter sermon, live from Chester Cathedral. With seasonal music and hymns.  

Also on Radio 4 on Sunday at 1.15pm, Three Vicars talking. “From Lent, through to the crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday and the resurrection on Easter Sunday, Revds Richard Coles, Kate Bottley and Giles Fraser chat about Easter and how the current coronavirus outbreak challenges the church.”

BBC’s Songs of Praise is being broadcast on BBC 1 at 1.15pm. Katherine Jenkins celebrates Easter at a new church, St Luke’s Gas Street, in Birmingham. Plus former Birmingham City footballer Ricky Otto, who is now a preacher.

 


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