Yesterday, Passion Sunday, Fr David conducted a said Eucharist live on Facebook from his own home on his final day of 14 days in self-isolation . You can watch the video here: I hope the words of his sermon, bring you comfort in these uncertain times: “Lord, he whom you love is ill.” These are the strangest circumstances in which I have ever presided at a Eucharist, and pretty much the strangest circumstances in which I have ever attended a Eucharist. We are used to gathering
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Bishop Christopher has asked that as many of us as possible pause at 1pm and 7pm each day to say the Lord's Prayer. He suggests that, where possible, you light a candle in your window as a both sign of your prayers and a sign of hope.