Our streamed service for Mothering Sunday can be watched again here.
And some photos from this morning’s service – Rachel leading, our guest the Bishop of Southampton, Debbie Sellin – where we hope to explain how physical isolation from one another does not mean emotional or spiritual isolation.
We’ve also put up the first part of our Easter yarn bomb – as we echo the words of Holocaust Memorial Day: Pennington Stands Together.
Finally – the saddest sign to see on a door, announcing a church is closed to visitors: but with God’s grace and our support for one another, we can emerge stronger in time. We are all loved by God and our self isolation does not mean we stop loving one another.
Indeed, looking at how the live stream went, we’re so happy so many people were happy to join us today!