RTM Messages

During this time of self-isolation we will be placing links to our ‘virtual services’ and other items that we hope will be of interest and help. Copies of A Service of Prayers and Readings for Use at Home and A List of Prayers are at the bottom of the page.

You can find out about ‘virtual’ sessions for children and youth here, including our YouTube channel.

Trinity 9, Sunday 9 August 2020

Posted by St John the Divine, Richmond Team Ministry on Sunday, 9 August 2020

Posted by St Mary Magdalene, Richmond Team Ministry on Sunday, 9 August 2020

Trinity 8, Sunday 2 August 2020

Trinity 8 Eucharist service at St John the Divine 2nd August

8th Sunday after Trinity – Eucharist service at St John the Divine

Posted by St John the Divine, Richmond Team Ministry on Sunday, 2 August 2020
Eucharist

Sunday 2 August 2020, Trinity 8.

Posted by Revd Wilma Roest on Sunday, 2 August 2020

Trinity 7, 26 July 2020

Posted by St John the Divine, Richmond Team Ministry on Sunday, 26 July 2020
Please excuse the wobbling at the start of the video, the organ seemed to be affecting the stability of the camera!

Trinity 6, Sunday 19 July 2020

Sixth Sunday after Trinity at St John the Divine

Trinity 6 service 19 July at St John the Divine. This service was streamed live from the church. View it here if you missed it on Sunday.

Posted by St John the Divine, Richmond Team Ministry on Wednesday, 22 July 2020
Apologies that this is sideways-on!

Trinity 5, Sunday 12 July 2020

5th Sunday after Trinity at St John the Divine

Pre-recorded service lasting just underf 30 minutes for the 5th Sunday aftert Trinity. Worship with readings from scripture, a sermon, hymns, prayers, an anthem and organ music. You are welcome

Posted by St John the Divine, Richmond Team Ministry on Sunday, 12 July 2020
Trinity 5 at St John the Divine, part 2

2nd part of the service for the 5th Sunday of Trinity. This part begins with the sermon

Posted by St John the Divine, Richmond Team Ministry on Sunday, 12 July 2020
Fifth Sunday of Trinity

Fifth Sunday of Trinitywith Rev’d Mother Wilma RoestThe Bells of St Mary MagdaleneIntroit – Louis Vierne Arabesque no 15, from 24 Pièces en Style Libre, Opus 31 AReading Matthew 13:1-9, 18-23 by Sarah Prayers by Jenny Hymn SP 157 Hope of our calling (tune: Woodlands) Organ Voluntary – Maurice Durufle, Meditation.All organ music played by Ally(All recordings were made by contributors in their own homes, in safe environments.)This is an offering from St Mary Magdalene to the congregations of the Richmond Team and the wider community.St Mary Magdalene has re-opened for private prayer. The Church will be open:Saturday 10:00 – 12:00Sunday 14:00 – 16:00The Church will be open for Sunday morning Services from next Sunday, 19th July. The Church is being prepared with seating set with Social Distance. Pictures of these preparations can be seen during the Introit.CHURCH COLLECTION (OFFERTORY)Unfortunately, with our churches closed, and therefore no cash collections at services, and with all groups who would normally use our church buildings also on lockdown, we are experiencing a significant drop in income. We have taken steps to reduce the Team expenditure by placing a number of staff on furlough and will continue to look at other ways of cost saving. We are hugely grateful to so many who continue to make their weekly or monthly contribution to the finances of the Team, by standing order or direct debit. However if anyone would like to make a donation to the work of our churches this can be done at https://givealittle.co/campaigns/5260a080-4ee0-49b6-a1c3-d552ef9a0700 Whilst this is a challenging time for many, financially as well as emotionally, I hope we can continue to count on your support for the work of our 3 churches. THANK YOU

Posted by St Mary Magdalene, Richmond Team Ministry on Sunday, 12 July 2020

Trinity 4, Sunday 5 July 2020

4th Sunday after Trinity at St John the Divine

Recorded service for the 4th Sunday after Trinity at St John the Divine, Richmond on 5 July 2020

Posted by St John the Divine, Richmond Team Ministry on Sunday, 5 July 2020
Fourth Sunday of Trinity & marking the 72nd Anniversary of the NHS

Fourth Sunday of Trinityand marking the 72nd Anniversary of the NHSwith Revd Mother Wilma RoestThe Bells of St Mary MagdaleneIntroit – introit Preludium by Ethel Smyth Reading Isaiah 35.3–6 by LouisPrayers by JudyHymn CP 589 The King of love my shepherd isVoluntary – Fiesta by Emma Lou Diemer All organ music played by Felix During this past week we have celebrated the Feasts of St Peter & St Paul and St Thomas the Apostle, during the hymn, their depictions as in our East Window are shown.(All recordings were made by contributors in their own homes, in safe environments, following government advice. As of 5 May the House of Bishops’ gave limited access to church buildings for activities such as streaming of services or private prayer by clergy in their own parishes).This is an offering from St Mary Magdalene to the congregations of the Richmond Team and the wider community.St Mary Magdalene has re-opened for private prayer. The Church will be open:Saturday 10:00 – 12:00Sunday 14:00 – 16:00CHURCH COLLECTION (OFFERTORY)Unfortunately, with our churches closed, and therefore no cash collections at services, and with all groups who would normally use our church buildings also on lockdown, we are experiencing a significant drop in income. We have taken steps to reduce the Team expenditure by placing a number of staff on furlough and will continue to look at other ways of cost saving. We are hugely grateful to so many who continue to make their weekly or monthly contribution to the finances of the Team, by standing order or direct debit. However if anyone would like to make a donation to the work of our churches this can be done at https://givealittle.co/campaigns/5260a080-4ee0-49b6-a1c3-d552ef9a0700 Whilst this is a challenging time for many, financially as well as emotionally, I hope we can continue to count on your support for the work of our 3 churches. THANK YOU

Posted by St Mary Magdalene, Richmond Team Ministry on Sunday, 5 July 2020

Older messages can now be found in our Message Archive.


We have put together a service of prayer and readings that you can use when you’re at home:

We’ve also compiled a list of prayers that you might find helpful: