Churches around the Canaries
St Francis (South Tenerife): All three churches now open: San Eugenio 10:15, San Blas 12 noon and Los Gigantes 6pm.
All Saints (North Tenerife): Currently open. https://allsaintstenerife.org/
Fuerteventura: Online only https://fuertechurch.org/online-worship-slot/
St Laurence (Lanzarote): Open but also offering a Living room service: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YC6VnxC0814
Short service - live video stream (by Tenerife (and others) Virtual Church)
There will be a live act of worship at 12 noon each Sunday during the lockdown, hosted by Reverends Rachel Ganney and Ron Corne, with Dr Paul Ganney. It will be available here, on the Tenerife (and others) Virtual Church Facebook group (click here to join it) and also on YouTube. The stream will be live from 11:45 and the service will start at 12.
This Sunday we will hear the words of comfort that God has for his people. We will be live at 12 noon on YouTube https://youtu.be/A3Vrc9PWEmc Facebook https://www.facebook.com/groups/564485441080665 as well as here and on our websites http://tenerifevirtual.church/ and https://allsaintstenerife.org/
As always, the service sheet can be found at http://tenerifevirtual.church/servicesheet.pdf and please be ready with something similar to bread and wine if you'd like to join in with the agape meal part of the service.
**Calling all musicians and singers!**
It is looking increasingly unlikely that our traditional carol services will be able to go ahead this year, in fact, Christmas may look rather different for all of us.
We will still find ways to celebrate, whatever the circumstances, and with this in mind we'd like to invite any singers and musicians (wherever you are in the world) to join us as we prepare for an online carol service.
Over the next weeks we'll be emailing out backing tracks and asking people to play / sing along with them to become part of a virtual choir. It's very straight forward - most people listen to the music over headphones and then record their own parts on their phone or computer - but we're here to help as needed. We expect to be sending out approximately two carols every fortnight, and there's no commitment to completing all of the carols - just as many or as few as you like.
It seems strange to be singing carols in November, but our efforts will be appreciated come Christmas. We'll be back in touch with further details for those of you who would like to join the service itself, whether or not you're part of the choir.
If you have any questions or you'd like to take part please email email@example.com
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