Anglo-Catholic Churches in Bath
Leaving the centre of Georgian Bath and crossing the river Avon by the world famous Pulteney Bridge, you are already in the Parish of St. Mary the Virgin, shortly to be joined on your left side by the Parish of St. John the Baptist. Together these form the United Benefice of Bathwick.
Dear brothers and sisters,
I am writing with my weekly email containing details of our planned worship at the Bathwick churches on Sunday and during this coming week.
Our two churches continue to be open for some public worship, but it continues to be the case that anyone who attends our churches must fully comply with Covid restrictions, and among them:
- Those who have contracted Covid or been in recent contact with anyone with Covid and/or have been asked to isolate should not attend.
- Those who do attend must comply with regulations including Track and Trace, wearing of facemasks, hand sanitising, social distancing, and remaining only in household/support bubbles both inside and outside the buildings.
Attached to this email is our weekly noticesheet and the service sheet for Sunday’s Eucharist at St John’s(9.00am)and St Mary’s church(10.30am). If you are planning to attend and to minimise the number of people handling pieces of paper, you might like to print these out and bring them with you to the service. The Sunday evening service of Evensong & Benediction (at 6pm) will be live-streamed on the Bathwick Benefice News Facebook page.
Services during the course of this coming week in the benefice will be offered as follows:
- Wednesday: Mass open to the public at St Mary’s church at 10.30am
- Thursday: Mass open to the public at St John’s church at 10.30am
With my continued prayers and best wishes for you all
Revd Peter Edwards
Rector of Bathwick
(h) 01225 460052
(mb) 07776 227555
To view the latest mass streamed by Fr Peter or on our Bathwick Benefice News Group page. (click the Facebook icon above) or on our YouTube channel – Bathwick parishes, view here
Organ Restoration Appeal
St Mary’s Organ Restoration Appeal
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Interest has been shown in the Requiem which was said at Walsingham last year at the 100th Anniversary of Fr Dunn’s death. The requiem service and homily can be found on St John’s pages or click here for the service or homily