Our Churches are Slowly Re-Opening yet Worship Continues Online
Although the Government has not suspended public worship during this lockdown, all but three churches in the Deanery took the difficult decision to close for in-person worship but all still remained open for private prayer.
Churches are slowly reopening to congregations. See below for more details and for links to online services.
Holy Trinity Barnes
St Michael and All Angels, Barnes
From Sunday 21st February the 8am Low Mass returns.
From Ash Wednesday onwards, Morning Prayer will not take place on Zoom but in person only.
St Mary, Barnes
Holy Trinity, Richmond
St Anne, Kew
St Anne’s re-opened for public worship from Ash Wednesday. Weekly Sunday services 8am and 10am. Booking is essential. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org before 11.00am on the Friday before the Service. 10.00 services will be live streamed.
St Richard, Ham
Christ Church East Sheen
All Saints East Sheen
St Mary the Virgin, Mortlake
Richmond Team Ministry
Public worship resumed and St Mary Magdalene on Ash Wednesday
The weekly pattern of services during Lent, from 18 February, will be as follows:
08:00am Holy Communion (BCP)
09.30am Eucharist (with music by 1-3 singers and organist, as per government and CofE guidelines), also to be live streamed
12noon Eucharist (following the church being open for private prayer 10:00-12:00)
Southwark Cathedral will continue to stream Morning Prayer from the Cathedral each day at 9am. Night Prayer will continue to be streamed at 8pm Monday to Saturday and at 6pm on Sunday. The Sunday Eucharist will be streamed at 11am. These can all be found on the Cathedral website and the Cathedral Facebook and YouTube channels.
Live Streamed Services Bible Studies and Prayer Meetings from around the Country
A deanery within the diocese of Southwark in South West London