Café church @ St Peter’s and St Elizabeth’s

By Revd. Kaz Stanton

On 8 January 2021

Join us for fellowship online

Just when you thought you couldn’t meet up with people because of lockdown, we’ve found a way that you can…

As fellowship and church family are so important, and as church will be closed for a while, we thought we’d try something a bit different. Our usual Sunday and Wednesday online services are recorded for you to watch at your convenience. This event will be ‘live’!

All you need is a smartphone, a tablet, a laptop or a computer, and access to the internet. It may also help to download the free ‘Zoom’ programme on to your device.

We will be meeting on Thursday 21 January at 4pm, so join Julie Withers and Chris Graham and meet Melissa, our new Children’s and Youth Minister at our online Cafe Church. Bring your own coffee/cake/biscuit and enjoy up to 45 minutes of this relaxed and informal opportunity for fellowship with some music, a Bible reading and a prayer.

If you’d like help with the technology, please let us know and we will arrange for someone to chat you through ways to make it work.

We do hope you’ll join us!

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