Religious Services and Assistance during Lockdown

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Following the government announcement on Monday, all churches have now closed.  However our local churches continue to offer support at this difficult time.

St Anne’s is now closed.  Father Nigel will be posting a streamed Sung Eucharist recorded service every Sunday at 10.00 on the church’s website here,   where you can also download the order of service.

St Luke’s is now closed but has put a service of prayer and readings for home worship on its website and will be posting weekly prayers and sermons.

St Winefride’s is now closed.  Father Francis will be saying a private mass each morning at 9.30am. Further details are available here.  A full weekly programme of Mass, worship and other community activities is being offered online by St Elizabeth’s RC Church in Richmond, as well as a “Guardian Angels” scheme to help those parishioners who may be elderly and isolated. Full information is available here and anyone is welcome to join via Zoom.

The Barn Church is now closed but will continue to communicate with the community via social media and by phone. Services are now being streamed via Zoom.   Updates are on their Facebook page here, or email office@kewparishes.plus.com.

Raleigh Road United Church is closed.  Sunday services will be streamed on this link.

Richmond Jewish Community Hub is keeping people connected to Jewish culture and events through its Facebook page and website.

The United Synagogue has a Coronavirus helpline on 020 8343 5696 or email at helpline@theus.org.uk, offering practical, emotional and spiritual support.

There is a Kosher shop in Wimbledon offering online delivery of Kosher food, Pesach kit and more.