COVID-19 - Corona Virus

Between 5th November and 2nd December there will be no services in Church. 

UPDATE from the Diocese of Worcester - 31st October 2020


Across the world, Covid-19 has brought much sadness to many. 
 ‘On the brink of this second lockdown we might understandably feel helpless, anxious and vulnerable.’ says the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, ‘… we do what we can to halt the spread of this virus – but we can still feel powerless. Is there anything else we can do? Really do?  Yes. Yes there is. We can pray. Prayer is my first response when I feel out of my depth, when I need help, when I am worried, when I am concerned for those I love... Prayer changes things.'
Thy Kingdom Come invite you to join us over the next 4 weeks of #PrayerfortheNation
Every day we will pause and pray at 6pm for those impacted by the pandemic. You can set an alarm, light a candle or use a light on your mobile phone as a prompt to pray, or you may even hear a church or cathedral bell ring as a reminder.

Follow us on social media for daily prayers, and you can find an easy to use, printable prayer booklet here, to help you as you pray over the next 4 weeks. You can also explore the Church of England’s website for further resources.

Click here to watch the Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell, inviting you to join #PrayerfortheNation. Please do share this with your friends and family.  

Useful Resources

The Diocese of Worcester has brought together a useful page of advice and resources

The Diocesan Website has a page with links to Worcester Cathedral and other churches which are 'streaming' services.
Locally Fairfield Church, which normally meets in St Andrew's Church Centre, is continuing to 'meet' on line. You can find out more and how to join in through their Facebook page. Search for @FamilyFairfield on Facebook. Also details of how to join in here

Some other resources which you might find useful during the lockdown:

  • The Vale of Evesham Christian Centre has some useful links. 
  • Youth for Christ have released videos specifically designed for 7-11s, 11-18s and families – to help us ‘stay in continuous communication and togetherness’.
  • For those facing social isolation, the Open Bible Trust have made 100 Bible puzzles available free of charge.
  • CPO are offering a list of links to resources, ideas and tools for use during the lockdown.


Will be held on: Wednesday, 25th November at 7.30 pm.

All are welcome to join in these zoom sessions,

United Prayer

Wednesday, 25th November at 7.30 p.m.

Join Zoom Meeting
Contact Evesham Prayer Compass: for more information.

Useful Information

In addition we will be uploading updates to our website. In this fast changing situation the information changes - please view the latest updates at the end of the list below. Please click the filename to open the file.