There are a number of ways for us to worship together as lockdown eases.
We continue to gather virtually to worship together, our Sunday services alternate between a Eucharist and Morning Worship.
We have once again made the difficult decision to place our in person services on hold for the time being. Our above online services continue and we hope you will join us for those.
That being said, the opportunity to gather in person and to receive Communion is a life-line for many in our communities. Therefore every Sunday at 11am a member of the clergy team will be at St Mary’s Magor to lead a simple quiet Eucharist to which you are welcome to attend. We do not expect demand to be high so booking is not necessary however please do carefully consider your own circumstances before attending and do not if you feel unwell.
Our worship is centred upon our meeting together both on Sundays and weekdays. There are a variety of different styles of worship in the ministry area and each individual church is different in its approach. Our worship is vibrant and relevant with strong emphasis on the ministry of Word and Sacrament.
On an average Sunday there are 11 services held throughout the ministry area. In addition there are 3 mid-week services as well as numerous other groups meeting together for fellowship and study.
The Holy Eucharist service but with all ages in mind. More interactive using a simpler order of service and a simple message.