Welcome to the Aln & Coastland Parishes; Alnmouth, Howick, Lesbury & Longhoughton. We aim to be a Christian heart at the centre of each community; loving God, his Creation and our neighbours through discipleship, outreach and service.

SUNDAY 20th SEPTEMBER

9.15am Holy Communion Alnmouth
11.15am Holy Communion Longhoughton

SUNDAY 27 SEPTEMBER

9.15am Holy Communion Lesbury
11.15am Holy Communion Howick

Parish Newsletter

DIOCESAN LINK NEWSPAPER

JUNE 2020

JULY 2020

AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2020

 

Please look at Barrie's Excellent Blog on 

 www.islandviewmusings.com

 

 

READINGS FOR AUGUST FROM THE LECTIONARY YEAR A

EIGHTH SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY

SUNDAY  2nd AUGUST   

  1. "Roots" Study Notes for the week

  2. Intercessions by Susanna Swales

  3. Service in Ordinary Time with Spiritual Communion

  4. Epistle Reading for 2nd August

Here are a few hymn suggestions  

Praise to the Lord, the Almighty
Seek ye first
Lord enthroned in heavenly splendour
Make me a channel of your peace
Dear Lord and Father of mankind

 


MESSY CHURCH

You can see more via the Messy church Facebook page here  

 

GENERAL RESOURCES

Spiritual Communion:  for when you cannot join in a communion service

Prayers for the Pandemic

Copy of Daily Prayer and Night Prayer (This is in print order so will make into an A5 Booklet) 

 

ONLINE WORSHIP FROM THE NATIONAL CHURCH

 

https://www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/church-online

Recent on line services

Today’s prayer

Details of “Time to pray” App

Prayers for the Coronavirus Situation

Live streams and reflections

We will continue to hold you all in prayer as this unprecedented situation continues.

For national Church information click here

If you have health concerns and for the latest health advice, please visit the NHS website

For the latest Government advice and action plan, please visit GOV.UK.

Parish News:

Message from the Bishop of Newcastle on VE 75 Anniversary

A message from Right Reverend Christine Hardman Bishop of Newcastle on 8th May 2020 the 75 anniversery of VE Day. 

FOR WHEN YOU CANNOT ATTEND A FUNERAL

REFLECTION ON THE DAY OF A FUNERAL It’s so difficult when you can’t go to a funeral, whether for family, friend or neighbour. Many are facing this...

Parish Events:

Thought of the Week

If we understand suffering to be whenever we are not in control, then we see why some form of suffering is absolutely necessary to teach us how to live beyond the illusion of control and to give that control back to God and the flow of reality.