St Laurence - News & Events
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Here is the link to the St Laurence online Sunday morning service for 20th June - https://youtu.be/imLXxf3L7fA
It will be available from 9.30am on Sunday 20th June.
Here is the link to the St Laurence Alvechurch YouTube Channel –
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Following the government’s latest announcement on the way forward out of the pandemic, in person services in church resumed on 28th March, albeit on a limited basis subject to current safety restrictions.
These services on a Sunday are planned as follows:
9.30am – on 1st Sunday family communion service, and on 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th
11:15 am – 1st Sunday morning prayer (Common Worship) and on 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Sundays communion service (Common Worship).
Our recorded services will continue on our YouTube channel. You can find the channel by either searching on YouTube for “St Laurence Alvechurch”, or via the direct link -
We are praying for everyone’s safe keeping during this difficult time.
You can access various prayer, bible reading, reflection and worship links on our website by visiting -
The Rector and Churchwardens may be contacted by telephoning 0121 445 1087 or emailing - [email protected]
Safety restrictions at the time of going to print include our not being able to sing together. Two metre distancing means that we cannot fit in more than 31 people per service in the marked seats, but of course members of the same household/bubble are able to sit together and this will increase the maximum number who may be accommo-dated. Face coverings are also required, unless you come within one of the exempted groups, or while you are taking part in leading a service. At each service we need to ask for contact details for the government’s “test and trace” scheme.