Are we open? :

Yes, but not as we would like to be!


Sadly we are closed for Public Worship once more, 

yet our hearts do remain very much open!


Should you wish to spend some time in your Church for private individual prayer, please do contact the Vicar using the email contact at the bottom of this page, who will be more than happy to arrange a time for you.


Social distancing and government guidelines will be followed so you can do so safely and with confidence. 


For Christmas service's, watch this space.






For the Local Facebook page

https://www.facebook.com/pg/SouthendCoronavirusAction/posts/?ref=page_internal
For individual volunteers:
https://consult.southend.gov.uk/Project/4024

For businesses:
https://consult.southend.gov.uk/Project/ 


For volunteer groups or charities:
https://consult.southend.gov.uk/Project/4026

For the national NHS Volunteer

https://www.goodsamapp.org/NHS


And finally,  a special prayer written by a member of St. Saviour’s Church congregation. . 


God doth not need either man’s work or his own gifts; who best bear his mild yoke, they serve him best.  They also serve who only stand and wait.
                                                                                              John Milton
 
Heavenly Father who has given us so much, we try so hard but we don’t quite hit the target.  Often we are unsure and confused what it is, we are indeed, trying to do. Too often we fill ourselves up with what we want but neglect that which we truly need. 
 
Gracious God as we fall again, please never tire of picking us up. 
 
Lead us to Your best service, where and when we are needed the most, to do Your bidding.  The task may seem imperceptible but nothing is hidden from Your sight.  May each task we commit to be another step toward the building of Your kingdom here on this earth.  May each prayer we make a witness to the light of Your presence within for none are ‘safe until we are all safe’, within Your holy kingdom.
 
 
Amen


Wishing you all well and holding you all in my prayers.
 
With peace and all blessings
Revd. Lee