These are strange times as we listen daily to the latest news, advice and measures being taken here and elsewhere. Our thoughts and prayers are for all those who are ill with the virus and those who are caring for them.
On Monday it was announced that we won’t be gathering together for public worship at St. Helena’s at least until 10 April as we join in efforts to reduce the threat of this virus and keep our neighbours and friends safe.
Being unable to worship together in our church is difficult at any time. But this has come at a key time in the church’s year; a time when we mark Lent, Mothering Sunday and Holy Week. Times when we don’t want to stay away from one other and ‘self-isolate’…
(to read the rest, see ‘Looking Forward: Mothering Sunday)