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Harston: 

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Looking out from Lockdown Exhibition


 

Saturday 3 October 2020

10.30-4.30

at the School and at All Saints' Church

Sunday 4 October

11.30 – 4.30
and continuing daily at the church until Sunday 11 October

 

Everyone welcome! We have simplified the programme and extended the period of the exhibition to work within the latest guidelines. Please follow Covid safe guidance at the exhibition and wear a face covering indoors.

 

Thank you to all our contributors from across the village

Exhibition displays

o   Harston History

o   Photos from Lockdown photo competition

o    Memories and experiences 

o   “Thank you’s” from village residents 

o   Arts and crafts – painting, sewing, cooking 

o   A Good Read – books, writing, poetry

o   Nature and gardens

o   Cycling and swimming

o   Map of Harston walks

o   Music during lockdown

o   Sale of calendars printed from photo competition, with information about Church restoration project




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Churches in our Benefice are gradually opening for services. 

We will continue to include an online service each week for now, and Compline will still run via Zoom each week on a Tuesday at 8.00 pm.

Please click on BENEFICE then Benefice services for the current list.

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LATEST ADVICE FROM THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND REGARDING FACE COVERINGS DURING WORSHIP
In England, face coverings are currently required by law to be worn in shops, supermarkets, indoor transport hubs, indoor shopping centres, banks, building societies, post offices and on public transport. From 8 August, face coverings are also required by law to be worn in a greater number of public indoor settings including places of worship, museums, galleries, cinemas and public libraries.
There are valid exemptions for some individuals and groups to not wear a face covering in these settings. In particular, those who are leading services or events in a place of worship, and those who assist them (for instance by reading, preaching, or leading prayer) do not always need to wear a face covering, although one should be worn especially if physical distancing cannot be maintained (i.e. distributing consumables). This exemption does not apply to worshippers, who should wear face coverings consistent with the requirements for any other public space.


Please see the following pages: 

Compline which takes place on Tuesdays at 8.00 pm on Zoom.
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The Sunday Service available on the SUNDAY page.
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Spiritual Needs page and its two subpages
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Inspirational Extras page and its five subpages
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The Family Page, a page for material to share with children in particular. 

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