I hope you are all well.
A person who was at the 9:30am service on Sunday (and morning tea afterwards) has this morning tested positive for Covid-19. I am grateful to them for letting me know straight away; the symptoms did not begin until Sunday night. If you were at that service, please be aware of any symptoms you may experience- however slight- and get tested if you are concerned. If at any time you DO test positive please let me know so I can alert others.
If you haven’t completed one of our new Contact forms yet, please do so- even if you only did one a year or two ago. It is important that we can contact you so we need the most up to date information, and this form contains new questions. You can complete it online here:
The Men’s Breakfast will be on Saturday at 7:30am; Don Rock is the one to contact on email@example.com
Tomorrow we have the 9:15am Eucharist followed by the Lent Study at 10:30, and again at 7:30pm.
Special thanks to those who baked Simnel Cakes for Mothering Sunday; they were all delicious! (I tasted them for quality control purposes of course…😊 )
A prayer in time of coronavirus
You know how hard life has been for many people around the world over the past two years of global pandemic.
We know, here in WA, how fortunate we have been as we have lived ‘normal’ lives; but things are changing.
We give thanks for vaccinations and for the medical scientists involved in research and development;
and we pray that wealthier countries will share with generosity the benefit of vaccinations with those less fortunate.
We pray for families who have been separated by closed borders, and rejoice when they can reunite.
We pray for all who are in isolation; all who need to shelter at home; all in hospital with coronavirus, and those who care for them.
We pray for people in hospital and aged care who cannot have visitors to keep them company.
We give thanks for the dedication and hard work of health care and aged care workers; teachers;
and all whose work demands have greatly increased, with no end in sight. Bless them, we pray.
Bless us as we try to care for and protect one another and ourselves.
We bring our prayer to you in Jesus’ name- Amen.
The Reverend Lorna A M Green