THIS WEEK AT HOLY CROSS

Public worship at Holy Cross returned on Sunday 12 July. The pattern for the next few weeks will be that there will be two services on a Sunday morning in the Old Church at 8am and 9.30am. Both services will be Said Masses, as singing is currently not allowed. Communion will be given as a wafer only.

Risk assessments have been completed and a thorough cleaning regime is in place for everyone’s safety.  The seating in the church has been laid out to ensure adequate social distancing, as you can see in the photograph. This means the limit for each service is 30 people. Please come early to ensure you can get a seat and please be understanding if you are turned away because the limit on numbers has already been reached. 

The safety of worshipers is vital, so please if you attend church follow any instructions given by the welcomers and church wardens. Currently the New Church remains out of bounds, so unfortunately we cannot provide access to refreshments or the toilets.

To view the welcome back  message from Father Graham please go to the Welcome to Holy Cross page Welcome to Holy Cross Church Greenford Magna

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This Sunday 9 August is the 9th Sunday after Trinity.  The celebrant and preacher at 8am and 9.30am will be Revd Graham Miller.  The 8am service will be held in the Old Church, but the 9.30am service will be held in the churchyard, weather permitting, of course. The link to the service is here. Sunday 9th August – 9th Sunday after Trinity. Worship in church The order of service is published on the website, and a  PDF version  is available to download and bring with you on a tablet or phone to one of the services. 

In addition a Mass will be recorded on zoom on Saturday at 5pm and this will be available on the church website on Saturday evening for those who wish to, or need to, continue to worship at home. The celebrant at this service will be Revd Jacque Shalloe, and the preacher Fr Graham. Sunday 9th August – 9th Sunday after Trinity – worship at home

Thursday 6 August is the Feast of the Transfiguration. There was an online service at 7pm in Zoom. If you were unable to take part in the service you can listen to the recording by following this link. Thursday 6 August – Feast of the Transfiguration