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Summer 2020 – join us online or in church!

 

Services of said Holy Communion in the Wantsum Benefice: 

 

Sunday 12 July                                                Sunday 19 July

9.30     Monkton                                             9.30     Chislet

10.30   Minster                                               10.30   St Nicholas

 

Sunday 26 July                                                Sunday 1 August

9.30     Monkton                                             9.30     Chislet (non HC)

10.30   Minster                                               10.30   St Nicholas

 

Sunday 9 August                                            Sunday 16 August

9.30     Monkton                                             9.30     Chislet

10.30   Minster                                               10.30   St Nicholas

 

Sunday 23 August                                          Sunday 30 August

9.30     Monkton                                             9.30     Chislet (non HC)

10.30   Minster                                               10.30   St Nicholas

 

Midweek Service of said Holy Communion (BCP) held at Minster Wednesday 10.30am: 

15 July             29 July             12 August                    26 August        

 

Churches open for prayer and reflection

Minster:          Sunday 2-4pm; Tuesday & Thursday 10am-12pm

St Nicholas:     Sunday, Tuesday 2-4pm & Thursday 10am-12pm

Monkton:        Sunday 2-4pm

 

Church Online

 

Church online - informal worship on our YouTube Channel (Wantsum Benefice) – every Sunday

 

Daily Newsletter – with reading & reflection and links to other events – 

To receive this email click here

 

Monday-Friday Morning Prayer 9.00am & Evening Prayer 5.00pm on Facebook Live

Facebook: St Mary’s Church, Minster-in-Thanet or St Nicholas at Wade Church 

 

www.wantsumchurches.org

If you wish to talk to one of the someone, need support or would welcome prayer please contact:

Revd Richard Braddy 01843 821250             Or contact us via email - click here


Wantsum Benefice: ·      Keep praying·      Keep connected·      Show unusual kindness·      Keep safe

COVID-19
In light of the Government guidance our churches are now closed until further notice. 

We are publishing a Daily Newsletter with readings, reflections and prayers and links to other useful sites. This also includes links to our weekly worship on YouTube. To receive a copy please click here. 

Our latest Sunday Worship can be viewed here. 

For information on current activities to support our communities and churches - please click here.

For prayers at this time - please click here.

A prayer for all affected by the Coronavirus pandemic

With our hearts full of anxiety for the safety of the world,

we cry to you, Lord, for:

protection for the healthy,

courage for the frightened,

consolation for the bereaved,

wisdom for the doctors,

strength for the carers,

good news for the poor,

and, in the goodness of your mercy, an end to the virus.

Amen.

Wantsum Benefice: ·      Keep praying·      Keep connected·      Show unusual kindness·      Keep safe


Welcome to the Wantsum Benefice. We are a group of four churches bringing alive the good news of Jesus to our communities situated along the River Wantsum.

We are here to serve the people in the areas of Chislet, Minster, Monkton and St Nicholas-at-Wade by making real the love of God through Jesus Christ.   Whether you live locally, are a visitor, looking for something new or have questions to ask we hope you will come and join us and be part of the journey we are making together.

Here you will find information about our four churches, our services and activities and how to make arrangements for baptisms, weddings and funerals.

We'd love to welcome you to any of our events and activities, or at a Sunday service at any of our churches. We know that going to church for the first time can feel strange, so we'll do everything we can to make you feel welcome and at ease. Whatever's going on in your life, just come as you are, and see what difference God can make.

Rev Richard Braddy, Vicar Wantsum Benefice