Bourne Abbey Church

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Hi I am Jonathan Smith, the Webmaster for Bourne Abbey Church.

 

My aim is to give you the latest news and information by using a blog on our site.

 

I need our community to be the newsfeed and look forward to hearing from each of you. Please do keep me updated no matter how big or small the news or idea that you would like to share with our community.

By Jonathan Smith, Mar 20 2020 09:15PM

You can participate in Daily Prayer on-line at any time by using the links here:


Morning Prayer


Evening Prayer


Daily Prayer provided by the official Church of England website. Copyright: The Archbishops' Council of the Church of England, 2002-2012

By Jonathan Smith, Mar 19 2020 10:50AM

PRAYERS ABOUT THE CORONAVIRUS OUBREAK


Keep us, good Lord,

under the shadow of your mercy

in this time of uncertainty and distress.

Sustain and support the anxious and fearful,

and lift up all who are brought low;

that we may rejoice in your comfort

knowing that nothing can separate us from your love

in Christ Jesus our Lord.


God of compassion,

be close to those who are ill, afraid or in isolation.

In their loneliness, be their consolation;

in their anxiety, be their hope;

in their darkness, be their light;

through him who suffered alone on the cross,

but reigns with you in glory,

Jesus Christ our Lord.

Amen.


A PRAYER FOR THOSE WHO ARE ILL


Merciful God,

we entrust to your tender care

those who are ill or in pain,

knowing that whenever danger threatens

your everlasting arms are there to hold them safe.

Comfort and heal them,

and restore them to health and strength;

through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Amen.


Barbara Glasson, President of the Methodist Conference

By Jonathan Smith, Oct 10 2016 03:39PM

Today (October 10) marks the centenary of the death of Harry Allen. Harry was serving in the First World War with the 2nd Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment. He died of wounds received in action in France, aged 20, and is buried at Nieppe Communal Cemetery, near Armentieres. His memorial in the chancel was erected by his parents, Albert and Frances Allen, of The Willows, Meadowgate, Bourne, and contains the following: "He died the noblest death a man can die, fighting for God, right and liberty, and such a death is immorality." The message from his mother on his headstone at Nieppe is "Faithful Unto Death."

By Jonathan Smith, Apr 29 2014 09:39PM

Welcome to our refreshed site and our news blog. Please keep checking this page for the latest news, events and updates of what is happening at Bourne Abbey. Everyone is invited to get involved so please ensure that you feed any news to us via [email protected] or add your comments to this blog.


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