The Headland Benefice

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This year of all years, many people will want to remember before God loved ones who have died. We need to do things a little differently to keep Covid-safe. We are asking everyone who would like to come to a service in church to book, so that we can be sure we can accommodate everyone safely in church. You can book by emailing me, or messaging via our Facebook page.

Coming to an All Souls service is an opportunity to give thanks for their life, to remember them before God, and to give space for grieving. We would love to see you at one of them.

During the services we will keep movement of people to a minimum, therefore a candle will be lit for each deceased loved one by one of the service leaders at the front of church.

The services:

All Souls Livestream service on our Facebook page, with music, readings and time to pray and reflect -
3.50 for 4pm Monday 2nd November. You don’t need to book for this one, but you can send me the names of loved ones you’d like to be read out.

Services in church (you need to book for these.)

St Oswald’s Flamborough:
3pm Sunday 1st November and 7pm Monday 2nd November

St Michael’s Bempton
6pm Sunday 1st November

St Peter’s Reighton
9.30am Sunday 1st November

St Leonard’s Speeton
11am Sunday 1st November

The Reighton and Speeton services will be combined with Holy Communion for All Saints Day.

Click here for the service booklet for the Bempton service, and here for Rev'd Nancy's sermon.

You may like to light a virtual candle for your loved one - click on the image. candle flame

Loving God,

Thank you for all those who have shaped our lives,

but whom we no longer see.

Help us to remember them well,
and trust that they are at peace with you.