Stanwick Group of Churches

Church Services at this time

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9 January - Baptism of Christ

9.00am - Morning Worship on Zoom

The Order of Service for Zoom Morning Worship can be opened here to print booklet style. Click on the image (right) to bring up a single page at a time and follow on screen.

Print or follow on screen the hymns and readings for this service.

To join this service on Zoom use this link. Should you need it, the Meeting ID is 444 186 6493 and the Passcode: 2406

For advice on using Zoom see further down this page

Giving to the Offertory collection when on Zoom

You can give to St Paul's online using a debit or credit card here. The page also has a Gift Aid option which you should use if you are a UK tax payer.

For other options for giving in the benefice see here


10.30am - Holy Communion at St Paul's, Aldbrough

The choir will sing at this service.

In view of the current Covid situation, there will be no refreshments after this service.

Regulations now require masks to be worn throughout the service.


Nightly Deanery Compline 

This link takes you to a page with details of and links to these services.

Private Prayer in church

All our parish churches are now open during the day for private prayer. Please follow the Covid procedures to keep everyone safe.

Stanwick St John is also open for private prayer. Please note that there is no hand sanitiser or other special precautions in place here but it is well ventilated.


Covid Mitigation Procedures

For those attending the service in church, where possible we will be maintaining a 1+ m distance. Because of the new omicron strain of the virus the wearing of facecoverings is currently compulsory during services, including while singing (unless you're in the choir). Plenty of hand sanitiser and ventilation will be provided. At communion we will continue to receive just the bread or a blessing.

In lieu of the church collection plate, please look at joining the Parish Giving Scheme. Details below.


Using Zoom for Church Services

If you have not yet joined a service using Zoom, you can either join the invitations list by contacting Rev. Camilla to let her know you want to join. (You will need to give her your email addess in this email) or you can log in using  the meeting ID 444-186-6493 and password 2406. Open up this Zoom website and put in these details. If it doesn't say 'Join a Meeting' prominently in the centre of the screen, check the menus at the top for 'Join a Meeting'. It will help if your name shows on your log in. To do this click on the 3 small dots in the top right corner of your picture and select the tab on the small drop down menu that appears.


If you are concerned that you have not been giving to the church via the collection plate at Zoom services, and would like to make a regular contribution to your own church (or churches), please consider joining the Parish Giving Scheme (PGS}. See below the service details or here for more information.

If you would like to make a donation by internet bank transfer, please go to our Giving to the Parishes and Benefice page.

Parish Giving Scheme (PGS)

The Church of England values the vital financial contributions its congregations make to its work but recognises that the way people deal with money - especially cash -  is changing.

If you have been wondering what to do about your usual gifts to your church given during the collection, please have a look at the Church of England's now preferred method of regular giving, the Parish Giving Scheme. The use of online and contactless payments is also being encouraged for occasional donations.

We have also put a more locally focussed page about it here on our website. It has the church details that you will need when you register with PGS.

Thank you for your support.

For younger members of the family this week:

Download the activity sheet here or click the illustration






Family Activity

Roots at home (2 pages)


















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