....the community's church
“Loving as Jesus loves. Praying as he prays, and Growing in Christ to make him known”
St Paul Chippenham; St Peter Langley Burrell; St Nicholas Hardenhuish
From Sunday 2nd August, our online streamed Sunday Service will now come live from inside St Paul’s Church at 10am. This creates the opportunity for people from across North Chippenham who wish to gather for socially distanced in-person worship, in accordance with Government and C of E guidelines, to do so. It also means that those who have struggled to connect to our digital Sunday service have an option to connect and engage with it from inside one of our buildings (St Paul’s).
Social distance measures will be in place, signposted and guided on the day. Numbers are limited and face coverings should be worn by all who choose to come in person. The Sunday Service in the building will be the same as the one live streamed on both our FB and YouTube channels at the time (see links below) . You can stay in touch with us and with what is going on through this site, and our Facebook and YouTube pages.
During August we continue to offer daily thoughts online on a Tuesday and Thursday around 10am. All of these are on St Paul's Church Chippenham's Facebook page and are uploaded to St Paul’s YouTube channel soon after, where you can also find our online offerings since March 2020 if you would like to look back and watch again.
Do join us, we’d love to connect with you. We also offer support for those who may need assistance with shopping or just someone to talk to and we produce weekly reflective and devotional material that can be emailed out. If you would like to receive these, please do contact us. We are looking at how we might offer additional and different worship service/opportunities through our other two buildings, St Peter’s Langley Burrell and St Nicholas Hardenhuish, when September comes. More information to follow nearer the time. God Bless You.
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Keep us, good Lord, under the shadow of your mercy in this time of uncertainty and distress. Sustain and support the anxious and fearful and lift up all who are brought low; that we may rejoice in your comfort knowing that nothing can separate us from your love in Christ Jesus our Lord. Amen