Church of the Holy Spirit, Ewloe
Welcome to our site.
Sunday 'said' Eucharist will be at 10am this Sunday 22th Nov. Our priest will be Rev Bryn. Times for future services will be advised in due course.
Face masks should be worn and social distancing will be observed.
We look forward to seeing you.
CHRISTMAS GIFT DAY
As we are not able to hold our usual Christmas Fair this year, it has been suggested that we have a Christmas Gift Day and raffle.
Gifts can be made from 29th November to 13th December .
If you wish to make a donation please put it in a sealed plain envelope and mark it clearly "Christmas Gift ". Add your name if you wish or you can remain anonymous. All gifts will be very welcome.
Every person who makes a donation will be allocated a single raffle ticket and the tickets will be entered into a draw for:-
(a) A MINI FESTIVE HAMPER
(b) BOTTLE OF WHISKY
(c) BOTTLE OF WINE
(d) CHRISTMAS PUDDING.
Thank you for helping support our church during these difficult times.
CHRISTMAS FOODBANK DONATIONS Sunday 6th December
This will be our day for donating goods, Festive or otherwise, to the Foodbank. Goods can be brought to the service or if you are not able to attend the service the church will be opened beforehand to receive your and your friend’s donations. Further information will be advised shortly. Thank you for helping those less fortunate, particularly at the most special time in our church year.
Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected by the Coronavirus.
God of healing and hope,
in Jesus you meet us in our places of pain and fear.
Look with mercy on those who have contracted the new virus,
on any who are vulnerable, and on all who feel in danger.
Through this time of global concern,
by your Holy Spirit bring out the best not the worst in us.
Make us more aware of our interdependence on each other,
and of the strength that comes from being one body in you.
Through Christ our wounded healer.
Prayer written by The Revd Sam Wells, St Martins in the Field, London
Prayer from the Mothers' Union
We pray for your love and compassion to abound as we walk through this challenging season.
We ask for wisdom for those who bear the load of making decisions with widespread consequences.
We pray for those who are suffering with sickness and for all who are caring for them.
We ask for protection for the elderly and vulnerable not to succumb to the risks of virus.
We pray for misinformation to be curbed that fear may take no hold in hearts and minds.
As we exercise the good sense that you in your mercy provide may we also approach each day in faith and peace, trusting in the truth of your goodness towards us.