From the 21st to the 31st of May we participated in "Thy Kingdom Come", an initiative that started with the Church of England but has become a global phenomenon.
It is, above all, an encouragement to pray and to help us to do this many people volunteered their own reflections on what the kingdom of God means to them.
Over the days we explored using poetry and prose, song, pictures and video - something to suit everyone regardless of taste!
If you're catching up then you may find it helpful to set aside the same time every day - some of us did this at noon, which coincided with our services on the two Sundays - but please use this material in whatever way suits you best.
You will find each day's offering here, on the Tenerife (and others) Virtual Church Facebook group (click here to join it) and the All Saints' website (https://allsaintstenerife.org/).
Please join us as we pray: THY KINGDOM COME!
The 11th offering is here. The others can be accessed from it, or by clicking on the images below.
Short service - live video stream
There will be a live act of worship at 12 noon each Sunday during the lockdown, hosted by Reverend Rachel Ganney. It will be available here, on the Tenerife (and others) Virtual Church Facebook group (click here to join it) and also on YouTube. The stream will be live from 11:45 and the service will start at 12.
This Sunday we'll be celebrating Pentecost including a sermon by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
You can find the service sheet at www.TenerifeVirtual.church/servicesheet.pdf and, on Sunday, find us on the Tenerife (and others) Virtual Church Facebook group, on YouTube (https://youtu.be/5MHwc3Msvhg) or on this website
Please don't forget to have something similar to bread and wine to hand if you'd like to join us in the agape meal and do get in touch if you'd like to take part in any way.
As always we're looking forward to worshiping with you all.
If you'd like to get in touch about the Virtual Church or provide us with some feedback, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
People have asked what it's like putting the service together.
We rely on contributions from many people (singers, musicians, readers, prayers, clergy) to make the service work. Then we do some technical preparation, followed by the service itself.
It is a lot of work, but we think it's worth it. We hope you do too.
If you'd like to get in touch, please email email@example.com
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