Sunday at HBC
Firstly, on Sunday morning HBC will be streaming live for the first time! Please have bread and wine (or a substitute) ready as we will be sharing communion during the service. The service will last between 30-40minutes and will start at 10.30am.
You can watch live
Sunday 10.30am here:
Outside of live services it will say video not found. It will only show a video while there is a live stream.
Wedding of James Butler and Rachel Warner
Many of you will know that James Butler and Rachel Warner had planned to marry at HBC in April, this will now take place at HBC this Sunday at 2pm. For those of you who know Rachel or James, you can use the same streaming options from the morning service to join them celebrating their marriage.
Please do not attend the service in person unless you have been specifically asked by Rachel or James, the number of people in the building needs to be kept to a minimum in line with government guidance.
National Day of Prayer, Sunday 22nd March 2020
Many of you are already praying for one another, our country and our world during this outbreak, Church times has suggested that on Sunday 22nd March at 7pm we join together in prayer. People are asked to light a candle in their window at 7 p.m. on Sunday “as a visible symbol of the light of life, Jesus Christ”. You can find more information about this here: https://www.churchtimes.
co.uk/articles/2020/20-march/ news/uk/day-of-prayer-and- action-light-a-candle-say- church-leaders
There is a great need for help at the moment and I know many of you will want to support others around the city. In order to ensure that everyone gets the help they need Herefordshire Council have set up a team to coordinate volunteers. If you are able, please do sign up here: https://www.