Worship — 7th March 2021

Feeding  the  five  Thousand   The  feeding  of  the  five  thousand  is  the  only  miracle  that  is  recorded  in  all     four  gospels. This  is  significant.  Unlike  most  of  the  miracles,  it  was  done  in  full  view  of      the  crowd,  the  motive ...

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Worship – 28th February 2021

The  story  we  read  in  John  about  Jesus  curing  the  man who had suffered from leprosy  for  over  thirty  years  is  a  fascinating  one.  The  man  at  the  Pool  of      Bethesda  did  not  ask  to  be  cured.  From  the  way  that  he  answered   the       ...

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Worship 20th February 2021

As  we  journey  through  this  period  of  Lent  with  our  eyes  fixed  on  Easter,  we  seek  a   'closer  walk  with  God.'  The  closer  we  can  get  to  God  the  more  our  understanding of Him increases. To be in His Presence is an uplifting experience. It ...

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Worship — 31st January 2021

As  we  come  to  the  end  of our  consideration  of  the  journey  which  the  Three  Wise  Men made we  reflect  that  it  is  not  unlike  the  journey  which  Christians  take  through  life. The  Wise  Men  followed  a  call  which  took  them  to  Bethlehem ...

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Worship — 17 January 2021

Psalm 36 v 5-9 Your love, Lord, reaches to the heavens, your faithfulness to the skies. Your righteousness is like the highest mountains, your justice like the great deep. You, Lord, preserve both people and animals. How priceless is your unfailing love, O God! People...

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Worship – 10th January 2021

God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. (Psalm 46) Hymn CH3 223 O love how deep, how broad, how high! Prayer Loving heavenly Father, our strength and our joy in times of ease and in times of trouble, it is good to come before you in worship....

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Worship – 3 Jan 2021

We are still in the Christmas Season, but the Feast of Epiphany falls on Wednesday, so our theme this morning is one of the themes of that Season, the visit of the Wise men to the Christ-child. And if you’re wondering why we are having the first half of that story...

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Worship – 27th December 2020

God of hope and light, your good news has been emblazoned across the skies, the great starry night of Jesus' birth, sung by the angels, celebrated by shepherds, witnessed by animals. You have given us a new chance, a reminder of your continual love for us. Be with us...

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Worship – 20.12.20

This is the fourth Sunday of Advent which, this year, is also regarded as Christmas Sunday, the Sunday before Christmas Day. The fourth Sunday in Advent traditionally recognises the role in the Incarnation of Mary, the Mother of Jesus, and this morning we will...

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Worship – Week Commencing 13.12.2020

A Call to Worship Jesus quoted Isaiah 61 when he said, “The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is on me, because the Lord has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the broken-hearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from...

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