Sunday 14 June, 10.30am – Queen’s Birthday Service: A Unique Celebration of Public Service in Nottinghamshire
A unique online service took place on Sunday, 14 June, to mark Her Majesty The Queen’s official birthday and celebrate public service throughout Nottinghamshire, particularly the contribution of the NHS and the nursing profession.
This service was organised by the Dean of Southwell, The Very Revd Nicola Sullivan, and this year’s High Sheriff of Nottinghamshire, Dame Elizabeth Fradd, who most appropriately is a highly distinguished nursing administrator. The Rt Revd Bishop Paul Williams preached.
This special service had a particular focus on celebrating the NHS and the nursing profession in this International Year of the Nurse and Midwife. It included a contribution from an ITU nurse at the Queen’s Medical Centre, Nottingham, who spoke about her experience of caring for people with Covid-19, and from the Royal Engineers based at Beeston who helped deliver the Nightingale Hospital in Manchester and the Covid-19 test centre in Harrogate. As every year, thanks were given to God for Her Majesty The Queen and her inspiring example of Christian faith and service.
To see this service, please follow this link Click here
You can download the order of service by clicking here