Services 
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At present there is  
one service in church each Sunday at 10.30 am.  
This will be Holy Communion each week except for the third Sunday of each month  
when it will be Morning Prayer. The services are short and simple and communion is by wafer only.  
If the weather is fine we will sing a hymn outside at the beginning of the service  
and we will also go out the West Door for a final hymn and Blessing. 
 
As from 1st August we will retain many of our current practices.  
However, you will no longer have to reserve a seat. 
Face coverings must be worn and worshippers will be asked to sign in. We ask people to respect  
those who wish to distance, but if you would like to sit with another member of the congregation,  
and they are willing, this will be permitted. 
 
From 8th August coffee will be served outside when the weather allows and  
if we have helpers willing to serve it. 
 
There is also a recorded service (see below) from the church three times a month - for the  
first, third and fourth Sundays in the month.  
Within the Team, there are also online services available each week from  
 
The church is open for Private Prayer from 11am to 12pm on a Wednesday morning.  
 
Please see our Latest News page for other information on how 
we are responding to the Coronavirus situation. 

Services in October 2021 
 
As we move in to October, we are still cautiously moving ahead with our services. You no longer have to reserve a seat but we will still ask you to ‘sign in’ and sanitise your hands. Wearing a mask throughout the service will now be personal choice. Communion will still be by wafer only. 
 
As we move in to autumn, we will sing our two hymns in church. Coffee will then be served at the end of the service. 
 
We ask people to respect those who wish to distance, but if you would like to sit with another member of the congregation, and they are willing, this will be permitted. 
 
There will no longer be recorded services from St. Laurence, but within the Team there are online services available each week from St. Mary Redlynch, St. Andrew Landford and of course from Salisbury Cathedral. 
 
The Church will continue to open each Wednesday from 11am until 12 noon for private prayer. A member of the Church will be present at all times as a steward and everyone will be asked to leave their contact details. 
 
3rd October Eighteenth Sunday after Trinity 
10.30am Harvest with Holy Communion 
Reading 1 Hebrews 1:1-4; 2:5-12 
Gospel Mark 10:2-16 
 
10th October Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity 
10.30am Holy Communion 
Reading 1 Hebrews 4:12-end 
Gospel Mark 10-:17-31 
 
17th October Twentieth Sunday after Trinity 
10.30am Morning Prayer 
Reading 1 Hebrews 5:1-10 
Reading 2 Mark 10:35-45 
 
24th October Last Sunday after Trinity (Bible Sunday) 
10.30am Holy Communion 
Reading 1 2 Timothy 3:14-4:5 
Gospel John 5:36b-end 
 
31st October All Saints Sunday 
10.30am Holy Communion 
Reading 1 Revelation 21:1-6a 
Gospel John 11:32-44 

Compline (Night Prayer) 
 
Compline is a service of quietness and reflection before rest at the end of the day.  
There is now a recorded service of compline available, and the order of service can be downloaded or viewed online if you wish to join in with the prayers and responses, or prefer just to use the service on your own. 
Previous services still available online: 
 
Our recorded services include readings, prayers, a reflection and music. For most of them there is an order of service available to view online or download if you wish to join in with the prayers and responses. 
 
 
 
 
 
See our archive page for recordings of earlier services. 
 
 
Which Service is for you? 
NB Under the present guidelines we are unable to sing in church at the moment, and is by wafer only. 
 
Holy Communion, known also as ‘The Eucharist’, ‘The Lord’s Supper’ or ‘Mass’ is a service of readings and prayers that lead up to a symbolic sharing of bread and wine in remembrance of Jesus’ Last Supper. 
In addition Holy Communion from Common Worship includes hymns and some sung responses. All services include a sermon or talk or other narrative lasting between 5 and 15 minutes.  
 
Morning Prayer is a straightforward easy to follow service lasting about 45min. The form of the service follows Common Worship and includes hymns and a sermon.  
It may be led by a Licensed Lay Minister (Reader). 
 
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