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Cove Kids: Live on Facebook and YouTube every Sunday at 9:45am

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St Johns

Welcome to Parish of Cove

We are currently meeting online! Whether you are already a member of our family or just looking, you are welcome to join us as we seek the Lord together in worship, hear from the Bible and spend time in His presence in our many homes! Through the amazing blessing of technology we are still having a service online every Sunday with a meetup on Zoom afterwards, weekly children’s service on YouTube, meeting in homegroups, running an Alpha Course and various other opportunities. Follow our Facebook page to find out more. All are welcome!

Normally we are one family in two homes (Christ Church Cove & St John’s Cove) with various styles of worship and all can find a place to belong.

Join us on Sunday at 10am on our Facebook page or YouTube channel

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Sunday 9th August Online Services

Cove Kids starts at 9:40am

Join us for a fun time as we learn about Joshua, this week we look at Joshua : Walls of Jericho and sing a couple of great children’s songs. We would love you to join us from 9:45am and why not invite your friends and family to join us too by sharing this!

Sunday Worship starts at 10:00am

Join us as we worship through; prayer, sung worship, fellowship and exploring God’s word together. This week our reading is from Matthew 14:22-33 which is the story of Jesus Feeding walking on water (https://www.bible.com/bible/113/MAT.14.22-33) which Andrew Hyde will be speaking on. We would love you to join us from 10am and why not invite your friends and family to join us too by sharing this!

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Cove 7pm

Our new 7pm is the focal point for our 20’s & 30’s community where we join together to worship, share our experience from life, explore life issues and what God’s Word has to say before we wait on His Spirit and then discuss it all over a coffee or a glass of wine as we hang out in the second half. Come and join the journey!

We start the evening together with some input and time for worship – you can catch this on Facebook, YouTube or Instagram. We’ll have a time of worship, our regular feature #lockdownlife where someone who is part of the congregation will share their take on the topic from the evening (and life in lockdown), a short talk and space to wait on God’s Spirit. Then if we have not covered enough social media platforms already we take it over to zoom, where we’ll hang out a bit more and as part of this mull over, discuss and hear from each other on the evenings topic.

Facebook

Our Facebook Page contains all the latest news, live events, services and a growing archive of video messages. We also have a thriving community group on Facebook for members of our Church Family.

This feed show the latest posts on our timeline without you needing to be on Facebook.

If you would like help getting onto Facebook and staying safe on Facebook we will shortly be publishing some help.

If you don’t want to use Facebook that is fine, please use our YouTube channel or this website.

 

Facebook Feed

YouTube

We also have a YouTube channel where we publish all our pre-recorded events at the same time as they go live on Facebook for non-Facebook users. We also publish recordings of live events after they finish.

This feed show all the latest videos on our YouTube Channel and they can be play directly from here. 

If the video you are looking for is not here please click Next to see more of the videos.

Our Channel

Zoom

We are using Zoom for various activities like House Groups in the Parish during this season and the person in charge of the activity will be in contact with you, to tell you the meeting number and it’s password.

Gemma has also encouraged us to use Zoom to keep in contact with friends after services.

Below are a selection of videos to help you use Zoom.

How to sign up to Zoom

How to join a call

How to schedule a call

Sermon Archive

As we are currently online and people are at home with more time available, then why not listen to one of our archive of sermons, even if you were there when the talk was given how about listening again.

Life Events

Marriage

If you would like to get married at either Christ Church or St John’s then please is get in touch with our Parish Office. 

Churchyard

St. Johns has a churchyard; guidance on the Diocesan Churchyard Regulations which apply to St John’s Churchyard, Cove is available by clicking more details.

Baptism

If you are interesting in baptism we would love to hear from you!  please contact the church office.

Funerals

Funeral arrangements are normally made with funeral directors who then get in contact with us. Sadly, during covid-19 funerals may not only happen at the Crematorium or the graveside. 

What we believe

In the parish of Cove we affirm the 39 Articles of the Church of England and we subscribe to the basis of Faith from the Church of England Evangelical council

39 ArticlesBasis of Faith

Church News & Updates

Church News & Updates

Our Online Services on Sunday 14th June 2020

Our Online Services on Sunday 14th June 2020

All of our online services from Sunday 14th June 2020 in one place for you. First we have Cove Kids where we are learning about Jacob’s Ladder, and then we continue our series on the Fruit of the Spirit with Joy.

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Our Online Services on Sunday 7th June 2020

Our Online Services on Sunday 7th June 2020

All of our online services from Sunday 7th June 2020 in one place for you. First we have Cove Kids where we are learning about Jacob and Esau, and then we start a new series on the Fruit of the Spirity with Love.

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Wednesday Reflection : 10th June 2020

Wednesday Reflection : 10th June 2020

Join us for ‘Wednesday Reflection’ our weekly, mid-week reflection where we take a short time to look at a few verses from the Bible. This week Gordon Thomas leads us in a reflection looking at Matthew 5 verses 13 – 20.

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