The church building and Parish Centre are now closed again, under the pandemic restrictions. However, a service will be livestreamed at 10.30am every Sunday until further notice. The livestream link can be found in the RH corner of this home page. If you are not on the parish circulation list and would like to receive the weekly newsletter, which is emailled out each Sunday at 7am and includes a link for the livestream and for an accompanying service sheet, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our church building and parish centre is now, very regrettably, closed until further notice, due to the coronavirus restrictions. A Family Service for Christmas Day will be livestreamed at 10.30am, see top right of this website home page for link. Happy Christmas!
A 11am service of Holy Communion with Christmas music will be held in the church this Wednesday, December 23rd, which will be the last “in-church” worship until the following Sunday. With deep regret, a decision has been taken to keep the church building closed on Christmas Day and a Family Service will be livestreamed instead. See top right of this page for link.
Our organist and choir director Caroline Barnes has collaborated with her three, equally talented sisters to offer a piece of music for 12 days of pre-Christmas, running from last Sunday to Christmas Eve. You will find them on the St Pauls Glenageary YouTube channel here
For the first time since the initial lockdown in March, we return to having three services this Sunday, December 20th. See above right for details and for the link to watch the 10.30am service, which will be livestreamed.
This Sunday, December 6th, in-church worship will be allowed again after the country moved out of Level 5 coronavirus restrictions earlier this week, to an amended version of Level 3. However, no more than 50 people are allowed to attend, social distancing will be required and the wearing of face coverings is strongly recommended.
There will be two services for this the second Sunday of Advent:
8.15am Holy Communion and 10.30am Morning Prayer on a Sunday.
The 10.30am service will continue to be livestreamed – see the top right hand corner of our home page for the link.