Berkswell Church Newsletter 4th April

Published by Zoe Bell on Sat, 4 Apr 2020 10:23

Services and Communications

As our building stays closed, Church is still very much alive, with services being broadcast regularly via YouTube and our social media channels. If you haven’t yet visited our YouTube channel, please do so by clicking here. You don’t need an account to view our videos, but if you do have one, please subscribe and you will be notified when we add new items.

This Sunday is Palm Sunday. Our service will be available to view on YouTube from 9.30am.

We are also posting the links to the services along with other information and inspiration on our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts. If you have accounts on these platforms we can be found by visiting, and

If you don’t already have an account, now might be an excellent time to sign up for one as they are not only a great way to keep in touch with us, but are also a good way to keep in touch with friends and family during this time of lockdown and can help us all to feel a little less isolated.

If you are struggling to set up YouTube or social media accounts and need some technical help, please email Zoe at and we can organise a call to get you set up and take you through it.

Due to our Parish office being closed and the safety issues of distributing the magazine, it has been decided that April’s magazine will be available online only. This can be found in the news section of our website or by following this link.

Those of you who have accessed this newsletter via our website and have not been receiving our emails but would like to, please click on this link and complete your details to be added to future newsletters.


Local Help

As many of us are needing to isolate, there has been a support group set up to collect shopping and medical supplies for anyone living in Balsall Common and Berkswell.

Some of our local shops and restaurants are now also offering click and collect or delivery services. Including Oaks Farm Shop, Berryfields, The Railway Inn, Haigs Hotel & McKees Brasserie, The Brickmakers Arms.



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