Coronavirus Covid-19 Crisis - SCAMPTON CHURCH UPDATES
Due to the latest government 'lock down' in England all our indoor services have been cancelled until further notice. The church building is open between 10am and 4pm each day for individual prayer and reflection.
We will upload a family service to our YouTube channel each month which you can access HERE.
We must remember to socially distance ourselves to prevent the spread of infection in order to save lives.
Here we are... 11 months into the health crisis our world is facing. It can quickly become overwhelming to think of how tragic, difficult and strange the last few months have been; here at Scampton Church, we've been thinking about how we carry on having hope when we don't feel hopeful! We truly believe in the power of prayer, love and worship with a smile, and lifting the name of our Hope above all else.
The local minister/churchwardens of this church can be
contacted in an emergency - CLICK HERE to access phone numbers
Rev Sue Deacon (Local Minister)
Around the village are 8 symbols which depict the Easter story. Pick up an entry form from Scampton Church porch. Take your daily exercise by a walk around the village and find the 8 symbols. Place them in the right chronological order to illustrate the Easter story. When you have completed the trail place your entry form into the box at Rev Sue Deacons house at Parsonage Lodge, and claim your Easter chocolate prize. Have fun.
During Holy week (commencing 28th March) all 8 symbols will betaken down and moved to the church yard and displayed in the right order!
Weekly Bible Study
Within the Springline Parish we have a weekly bible chat in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere where there is no such thing as a silly question! Feel safe to ask whatever you like and we will do our best to answer from our heart.
Weekly Prayer Meeting
A small group of us meets each week to pray for personal, local, national and world issues. If you need prayer, or if you would like to join us in praying for others, either in person or virtually via a 'prayer net', then please contact Sue.