Current pattern of prayer and worship
We are pleased to announce that, having undertaken the statutory risk assessment, Emmanuel Church re-opened for public worship on Sunday 05 July 2020 for socially-distanced cover-secure celebrations of the Holy Eucharist. The risk assessment and parish protocol for worship, to which you can find links below, deems the maximum current occupancy of the building to preserve optimal 2 metre social distancing is 60 people. If you wish to come to our 1030 Sunday Eucharist (our biggest service) it is useful for the parish office to know in advance by phoning 020 7435 1911 or emailing on emmanuelnw6 @ gmail.com (without spaces). So that we can co-operate in the Government’s track and trace scheme should the need arise we ask all worshippers to sign in at the beginning of each service. Please be assured this is done in a GDPR compliant way with the information held securely for 21 days.
0800 Holy Eucharist
1030 Holy Eucharist
1930 Holy Eucharist
1230 Holy Eucharist
1800 Vigil Eucharist of Sunday
Our Saturday 1800 Vigil Eucharist of Sunday is currently an entirely live-streamed service on our Facebook page which is available on our You Tube Channel from 2000 for those who so wish to worship with us at a time most convenient to them.
The Monday 1930 and Wednesday 1230 Eucharists are both public acts of worship which are also live-streamed. Please be assured that the camera is solely on the priest at the altar and on the lectern and that all members of the congregation are out of view of the camera to preserve their privacy
to link to our Facebook page click HERE
or from an hour after each liturgy finishes on our You Tube channel by clicking HERE
You can access an order of service for worship at home on Sunday if you are unable to access the live-streamed worship by clicking HERE.
You can access prayers, bible readings and reflections by clicking HERE.
You can access the wider Church of England guidance by clicking HERE.
You can join in the daily Morning, Evening and Night Prayer of the Church, please click HERE.
May God bless you and keep you in that divine love, revealed to us most beautifully in Jesus Christ and poured out into our hearts through the Holy Spirit and which will never let us go, now and throughout all eternity. Amen.