Keyingham St Nicholas
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Formal Covid restrictions ended some time ago, but we remain aware of the dangers of virus transmission. See Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance for churches for updates on the current situation. If we need to keep our distance and to wear a face covering to make others feel safer, we will try to do so. Communion in both kinds is now allowed. Those who prefer just to receive the bread are given that option. Communion in both kinds by intinction (dipping the bread in the wine) is no longer permitted.
If there is no service in the local church, our policy in the Benefice is that everyone is welcome everywhere. If you need transport to come to a service, let us know.
Services in August
With only two full-time clergy, communion services are tending to be limited within the Benefice to one each Sunday. Lay-led non-Eucharistic services are becoming more frequent. You can see below what is already planned. There may be additions and changes. Please check your church notice board, the South Holderness Deanery Facebook Page, and newsletters for other services and updates.
Friday Morning Prayer
For some time Janice and Alisdair have — along with anyone, from anywhere, who wants to join in — been visiting each of the benefice churches to pray, on Fridays at 9am. We use a shortened form of Morning Prayer and always pray for that church, as well as for the Benefice and beyond. Dates will be shown below.
St Nicholas, Keyingham
Sunday 21st 10.30 Holy Communion
St Patrick, Patrington
Sunday 7th 10.30 Morning Prayer
Sunday 14th 10.30 Morning Prayer
Sunday 21st 10.30 Morning Prayer
All Saints, Easington
Sunday 14th 4.00pm Service and tea party
Sunday 28th 9.30 Holy Communion
St Wilfrid, Ottringham
No services in August
St Mary, Welwick
Sunday 14th 11.00 Holy Communion
St Germain, Winestead
Sunday 7th 9.30 Holy Communion