Sunday Worship

A recording of our service of Holy Communion for the Second Sunday of Lent (28th February 2021) at St Peter’s, Langtoft will be available on our YouTube channel (click here) after 5 pm on Sunday afternoon. The service booklet for the service can be downloaded (here).

The readings for this Sunday are
First Reading: Genesis 17.1-7, 15-16
Second Reading: Romans 4.13-25
Gospel: Mark 8.31-38
(The readings are taken from the New Revised Standard Version)

The recording of this service may include hymns sung by St Martin’s Voices from St Martin-in-the-Fields. Image/video: CC from The Church of England.

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Book of Common Prayer Communion

A service of Holy Communion from the Book of Common Prayer for the Second Sunday in Lent (28th February 2021) will be available to watch on our YouTube channel (click here) from 9 am on Sunday morning. If you want to follow and take part in the service, the service booklet can be downloaded here.

The readings for the service are
Epistle: 1 Thessalonians 4.1-8
Gospel: Matthew 15.21-28
(The readings are from the New King James Version)

Wednesday Morning Communion

A recording of our service of Holy Communion for the Wednesday after the Second Sunday of Lent (3rd March 2021) will be available on our YouTube channel (click here) after 5 pm on Wednesday afternoon. If you want to follow and take part in the service, the service booklet can be downloaded here.

The readings for the service are
First Reading: Jeremiah 18.18-20
Gospel: Mark 8.31-38
(The readings are taken from the New Revised Standard Version)

Older Services

Previous services which were posted on this page can still be accessed on our Archived Service page (here).

Church of England Resources

Materials and guidance to parishes and individuals have been issued by the Church of England including practical activities to do at home, suggestions for prayer and Bible study, live streaming of services and advice for dioceses and churches (See here for details).

Morning and Evening Prayer Service Booklets

Readings for Morning and Evening Prayer

Compline

The ancient office of Compline derives its name from a Latin word meaning ‘completion’ (completorium). It is above all a service of quietness and reflection before rest at the end of the day.