The chosen hymns for this week, Tell Out My Soul , The King of love my shepherd is and Jesus put this song into our hearts can be found below along with a transcription of the sermon for those who prefer to read. There are so many voices competing for our attention today. Take TV for instance, 24- hour news networks, reality shows, talent shows, dance competitions, multiple shopping channels, not to mention the commercial advertising that makes all this television possible i
The chosen hymns for this week, Jesus Stand Among Us and Yet Not I can be found below along with a transcription of the sermon for those who prefer to read. Beginning in Jerusalem... Luke 24:36b-48 18/4/21 Welcome to our time of reflection for Sunday 18th April. Over the last few weeks we have gone through Easter and continue to look at resurrection stories; the stories of how the disciples learnt and coped and began to understand the significance of Jesus rising from the dea
The chosen hymns for this week, Love Divine All Love’s Excelling , He came down He came down and O God you search me and you know me can be found below along with a transcription of the sermon for those who prefer to read. We all like to feel secure. I remember when I was wee, I would lie in my bed – when I should have been asleep – and I would listen for the sounds of the evening ritual. I would hear my mum going through to the kitchen, the kettle being filled and the cupb
Come, worship the God of wonders, of majesty, of might.
Come worship the God who defeats the darkness, and rolls away the stone.
Hymn 988: How deep the Fathers love for us.
We’re about to read from the New Testament, which is the section of the Bible about Jesus. Jesus had taught for three years, died on a Friday, and his body had been put in a tomb. The disciples, like everyone else (and maybe like you,) thought dead people stayed dead. But early on that Sunday morning, w
Good Friday 2nd April My life was once a dream of potential. A cry of hope as of yet unheard, but expected. That first dawn was measured not by its emptiness; the emptiness would be filled gradually with greatness and wonder. It would not be a future chiselled by should have beens or could have beens but by chances taken. And then comes survival, that instinct to do in the moment what we think to be the best. No thought, no planning, just gut instinct, but what if the gut is
Maundy Thursday 1st April Hymn392: When I survey the wondrous cross (to start service) Hymn 378: Praise to the holiest in the heights (for communion) Matthew 26: 57-67 Those who had arrested Jesus took him to the house of Caiaphas, the High Priest, where the teachers of the Law and the elders had gathered together. Peter followed from a distance, as far as the courtyard of the High Priests house. He went into the courtyard and sat down with the guards to see how it would all