Although our normal services are all suspended at the moment due to the Coronavirus crisis, we can still meet together on line. Church is not just a building: it is a family of people under our Father, God.
In the Bible, Hebrews 10:25 tells us, “Let us not give up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but let us encourage one another—and all the more as you see the Day approaching.”
We want to make sure that people are kept safe and free from infection with the Covid-19 virus, so we can’t meet together physically. But the wonders of modern technology make it possible for us to meet on the Internet, and at St James, that’s what we’re doing.
On Sunday mornings during the lock-down period, we are meeting together for an online service via the Zoom App. These services will have most of the usual elements, including some hymns and songs to join in with if you wish. There’ll be a Bible reading, followed by a sermon by the Revd John Lenton and prayers. We plan to upload the sermon as an audio file to this website as usual. To join us, please request to join the St James Bramley Congregation Facebook group, or send us an email asking to be added to the email circulation list.
You can also take part in an online service of Holy Communion via YouTube. Just click on this link: