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Thank you for visiting us. St Saviour's is the Church of England Parish Church of Coalpit Heath, in the Diocese of Bristol.

Our Sunday services have been suspended for the present time due to the Coronavirus and the church has to close completely, but hopefully we will get back to normal soon. Here's a brighter page to cheer you up!

Readings and reflections from Rev. Lunt for Corpus Christi, which is Thursday 11th June:
Corpus Christi pdf - Audio .

Readings and reflections from Rev. Lunt for Trinity Sunday, which is Sunday 7th June:
Trinity Sunday pdf - Audio .

Readings and reflections from Rev. Lunt for Pentecost, which is Sunday 31st May:
Pentecost pdf - Audio .

Readings and reflections from Mike Swain for Easter 7, which is Sunday 24th May:
Seventh Sunday of Easter pdf - Audio .

Readings and reflections from Rev. Lunt for Ascension Day, which is Thursday 21st May:
Ascension Day pdf - Audio .

Readings and reflections from Rev. Lunt for Easter 6, which is Sunday 17th May:
Sixth Sunday of Easter pdf - Audio .

A poster for Christian Aid Week
- poster

Readings and reflections from Rev. Lunt for Easter 5, which is Sunday 10th May:
Fifth Sunday of Easter pdf - Audio .

Some 'worship at home' material from Together for Fromeside for the 75th anniversary of VE Day, 8 May - Prayers and Readings - A Dove to display.

Some readings and reflections from Rev. Lunt for Easter 4, which is Sunday 3rd May:
Fourth Sunday of Easter pdf - Audio .

Some readings and reflections from Rev. Lunt for Easter 3, which is Sunday 26th April:
Third Sunday of Easter pdf - Audio .

If you have any problems accessing these files, please contact Andrew on 0797 197 6544.




A connected church
- Minister's Letter

We live in a strange time, an unprecedented time of social isolation and suspension of normal activities. The panic buying in the supermarkets has shown human selfishness and insecurity, but the leaflets being posted through letter-boxes offering help for the vulnerable are a sign of unselfishness and generosity.

It is a strange time to be the church. We are so used to meeting together that we wonder what it is to be the church in our own homes, as it were. The church is oriented towards a physical presence, not just a separate building, but what we do together: praising God, confessing our sins, exchanging the peace, sharing bread and wine... It is a pity particularly at this time of year that we cannot celebrate Holy Week and Easter together. However, I have produced some leaflets for prayer and reflection for Palm Sunday, Holy Week etc., which we have put on the church website. Do make use of these in your own personal devotions.

The archbishops have written recently that the church, nationally, is making a growing range of digital resources available including weekly video broadcasts each Sunday; daily audio for prayer for the day and night prayer; webinars for churches; daily #LiveLent content; new mental health reflections; and apps and smart speaker skills. Lots of this content is also available in downloadable and printable formats. More will be added in the weeks and months ahead. The BBC is also offering services on television and radio and online which people can access and the national church is working closely with them.

Of course, not everyone has access to the internet, but a daily service is broadcast on Radio 4, Long Wave and Digital Audio (BBC Sounds), at 9.45am each day, and Choral Evensong is broadcast on Radio 3 at 3.30pm.

Although the churches are now closed for public worship and we cannot congregate at present yet still we can relate to each other and to God in an invisible way. I pray that in this time there may be a flourishing of prayer for each one of us. We have some other useful resources below.

Colin Lunt




Links you may find useful:

Some readings and reflections from Rev. Lunt for Easter: Easter Vigil pdf, Easter Day pdf and Second Sunday of Easter pdf - Audio .

We will be joining Bishop Viv for her services being broadcast on Maundy Thursday at 10:30am and Easter Sunday at 10:00am:
The liturgy for these services, are here: Maundy Thursday liturgy and Easter Sunday liturgy and the sermon for Easter Sunday.
The services can be found on the Cathedral's Facebook and YouTube channels and on their website.

Gospel Readings and Reflections for Palm Sunday and Holy Week:
Palm Sunday | Monday | Tuesday | Wednesday | Maundy Thursday | Good Friday

Karen Bidwell has produced the schedules for this years 75th Annual Horticulturaly & Craft Show taking place on Saturday 5th September at 2pm:
Adult and child.

Mary has produced some articles for the children and Mothers' Union.

Bristol Cathedral are live-sreaming their Maunday Thursday and Easter Day services. Palm Sunday service.

Colin's prayer for April.

You might like to listen to some of our past, recorded services from 2014 and 2015. Also, there are various Apps that you might like to download, such as:
Daily Prayer and Time to Pray.

Colin has also produced some Coronavirus prayers.

As you prepare to celebrate Easter at home or on your own, you may enjoy an illustrated walk through the holy land, following in the steps of Jesus. With thanks to Jessica.

Gospel Reading for the 5th Sunday of Lent.

Finally if there is anything we can do to help during this time of isolation, please contact us via Colin or Andrew (882867) or other members of the church.

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