During this difficult time it is important for us all to stay safe but connected. We encourage you to check in regularly with your family, friends and neighbours, and if you would like to stay in touch with the Cathedral community, you will be able to do so from next week via a Cathedral email group. If you would like to be part of this group, please email the Canon Pastor (Pastor@wellscathedral.uk.net), and she will add your email address to the group. This group will not breach any data protection guidelines as, by giving us your email address, you will be giving us your consent to contact you in this way. Your individual email addresses will not be shown in any messages.
Through this group we will be able to send you messages about the Cathedral, but most importantly it will be a way of staying in touch with each other, supporting each other in prayer, and also offering each other any practical support that is needed. So if you need your prescription to be picked up, or some shopping to be done, or you need a lift to a hospital appointment, you could send a message to the email group and someone will be bound to respond with an offer of help.
We shall also be sending out regular prayers and ‘thoughts for the day’ so that we can support each other spiritually as well as practically.
If you are not on email and would like to be telephoned on a regular basis by a member of the Cathedral clergy, please let the Office have your telephone number to pass on to the Canon Pastor.
Rosalind Paul, Canon Pastor
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