Kelvedon and Feering Churches
Kelvedon and Feering Churches

Are you new to our church?

Whatever the reason, whether it be a happy occasion like a baptism or a wedding, or for a sad occasion like a funeral, the first time you come to church can be very daunting. Where should I sit, what if someone expects me to do something, what if I stand up and everyone else is sitting down?


We hope at St Mary’s Church that you will not be put off, that our smiling and helpful sidesmen, the people who greet you at the door, will extend a warm welcome to you. Just say that you are new to church and ask where you should sit. Hopefully someone will take you under their wing and offer you a place beside them to guide you through the service.

If you are bringing children to church, most mums or nans, would suggest bringing a drink and maybe a snack to keep the hunger pangs at bay. Toys and books are a must. But we have special bags containing a selection of toys and crayons to keep young children occupied. At the back of the church is a children’s corner with toys. And whatever you do, don’t worry. If a child is noisy, it is natural. You can always go out into the nearby church rooms to soothe a baby or child and if the weather is nice a good run round the churchyard is always good to let off steam. For the older children we have work sheets and for special services we have booklets to help them follow the service.

If it is a Eucharist (communion) service, everyone including children are welcome to come to the altar rail for a blessing. If you are not confirmed bring a hymn book or keep your head and hands down so the vicar knows to bless you.

 

Teddy Bear Club meets every Wednesday at 9.30am in term time. This is a short service in church especially for pre- school children and their parents or carers, followed by “playtime” and refreshments in our Church Rooms and is a good way to make your first tentative steps into church.

 

Another is through our Messy Church events where you will have a chance to chat to other parents and grandparents whilst the children are being messy and then there is a simple service.

So do not be put off, please take that first step, however daunted you may feel, and join in the fellowship of St Mary’s Church Family, you will be very welcome.
 

Geraldine Kennedy
Member of the Worship Committee

    •••• WHAT'S ON••••

SUNDAY SERVICES:

  • 08.00 a.m. St Mary's Said Holy Communion (First Sunday of the Month only)
  • 9.30 a.m. All Saints':  Said Holy Communion Service
  • 11.00 a.m. St Mary's: Said Holy Communion with music (Family Service on the first Sunday of the month)

 

Weekly Night Prayer (Compline)    

Every Wednesday at 8.30 p.m.

Night Prayer is our short, quiet, reflective service every Wednesday evening.  An ideal way to finish your day, especially if you don’t feel you can come to church at the moment. The easiest way to join is by using the Zoom link on our website: https://www.kelvedonandfeeringchurches.co.uk/.

 

Please note that the link, Meeting ID & Passcode have all changed as of this week.  

 

If you have difficulty using the new link on our website, then here it is: 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87526908458?pwd=V1luWEoxSUVieGVmUk9jZklPZ1Z2QT09

       

In case you need them , the Meeting ID is 875 2690 8458 & the Passcode: 645253.

 

 

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88147068655?pwd=amFDZEUxR05IUk5Ob0R0SXZjZElMUT09

The Compline Night Prayer can be found on our Services page here:

Services

 

TEDDY BEAR CLUB

Teddy Bear Club has now restarted. Further information can be found here: Children and Young People

 

CHRISTIAN AID

Although Christian Aid Week has ended, you can still support Christian Aid. Fore more information click here What's On

 

Click here for the calendar and all upcoming Events Calendar & Events

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