Prayer for the Nation - national church leaders are encouraging us to pause in prayer at 6.00pm each day this month and pray for the nation.  Many resources have been provided for this including the leaflet sent out with our Newsletter last Saturday.   The Diocese has also offered thoughts and prayers on Facebook and I have shared the links to these brief videos on our parish Facebook page.  It is worth visiting/liking our Holy Trinity South Chatham page where you will often find pointers to prayers and events across the wider church.

Worshipping Together

We are delighted that we returned to worship in church on Palm Sunday.

Our ongoing pattern is currently

  *  One service in the parish each week

  *  Capacity will be restricted

  *  Social distancing will be in place

  *  Adherence to government guidelines

We will be worshipping together

Sunday 11th April

10.00am Holy Communion at St. David's

Sunday, 18th April

10.00am Morning Worship at St.William’s, Walderslade.

Sunday, 25th April

10.00am Morning Worship at St.David’s, Lordswood.

Sunday, 2nd May

10.00am Morning Worship at St.William’s, Walderslade.

Online Service of Morning Worship - Thursdays

Each week we come together online, on YouTube for a service of morning worship.

Thursday 8th April

CCLI Streaming Licence 941182

Archives of previous services >>

     Here (David Kichenside's YouTube Channel)

     Here (Elaine Cranmer's YouTube Channel) and

     Here (Paul Robinson's YouTube Channel)

Sunday Worship Online

If you can't join us in person, you can also join Sunday Worship, 10.30am online with the North Kent Methodist Circuit "Worship at Home" page at or by clicking here

There are lots of other ways to partake in worship online:

Rochester Cathedral Sunday Services

Rochester Cathedral livestreams services on their Facebook page.

Church of England Online Worship

The Church of England brings a service online each Sunday at 9am


Durham Cathedral still livestreams Choral Evensong daily via their Facebook Page - a spectacular and uplifting experience to lift your soul.

BBC Radio 4 broadcasts a service each Sunday just after 8.00am, or click on the link to find information and the archive of previous services.

Songs of Praise is usually on BBC1 on Sunday afternoons, check your TV guide for times, or click on the link to find lots of previous editions.

Premier Christian Radio is available on medium wave and DAB (also Freeview channel 725) and online.