Low Sunday: Liturgy to pray at home
Tomorrow is one of my favourite Sunday's of the church's year, when for me, in the story of Thomas' desire to touch the risen Lord in order to believe the reality of the resurrection comes home in a more real and tangible way than the post-triduum exhaustion of Easter Morning. Do join us, either online or at church, as we contemplate the mystery of the resurrection.
You can watch the service on our facebook page or on our website. You can also access a Liturgy to Pray at Home which includes the sermon.
We continue to pray for the soul of Prince Philip and for the Queen and the Royal Family in their grief. The church will be open each day for you to come to light a candle. The Palace have asked us not to have condolence books in church due to Covid restrictions, but if you wish you can sign an online condolence book here.
Our masses continue throughout the week, at 10 each day except on Thursdays, when the time is reverting to 7pm in the evening and Fridays, where there is a 9.30 mass at Holy Trinity. There will be no Contemplate on Sunday Evening as Fr Ben is covering a mass at Hornsey Parish Church.
With love and prayers,