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We continue our series on the Catching the Wave materials by this week looking at the media. Chris expands upon the media that the disciples of Jesus would have had access to and links it through the centuries to the media that we have access to in the 21st century.
Andy leads the rest of the service, with prayers for the media and an illustration based upon one of his favourite TV programmes…
We continue our series on Catching the Wave with what has turned out to be extremely topical subject given recent events. Chris speaks on the history of politics and Christianity and reminds us of the commandment to pray for our leaders – even if (perhaps, especially if!) we disagree with what they’re doing.
Ant leads the rest of the service whilst Lynne picks the songs for the worship time.
This week we held our first in-person Communion since March 2020. In the service Chris speaks on the meaning behind – and the lasting impact of – Jesus’ last words on the cross, as recorded in John’s gospel.
James leads the rest of the service, whilst Maureen brings us the reading.
This week we continue our mini-series based on the Catching the Wave materials as we consider Christians in business. Ricky Dolphin challenges our stereotypes of what we think “doing business” is and invites us to reconsider how our Christian faith can inform our decisions around work, and in the world of the entrepreneur.
Susan leads the rest of the service as she interviews Pete about his day-to-day life and Tony brings us an update on the work of GenR8.
This week Chris begins our new series based upon materials produced by Christian charity There Is Hope, “Catching the Wave”. The first week focusses in on God as our Father, who welcomes us home no matter how or when we think we’ve disappointed him.
Lynne leads the rest of the service where we have an interview with the Hurley family.
This week we held our first in-person/Zoom hybrid service. We carry on the theme from our Pentecost service as Chris explains a little more about the Try Praying initiative, how it can affect our walk with God and how it can help others to start that journey.
This week we held our first in-person live service since March 2020. This was held outside due to current COVID restrictions on congregational singing indoors, and therefore the sound quality of this recorded sermon isn’t fantastic. But we hope that you can still get a flavour of what God is saying to us as a church.
COVID-19 and the restrictions that came along with it have changed our lives over the last year whether we like it or not. Chris speaks about the changes that the disciples experienced in their lives since meeting Jesus and applies their thought processes to our constantly changing lives today.
This week we are joining with many of our fellow Baptist churches in the UK for Sunday worship live streamed from the Baptist Assembly. The service can be watched live from 10:30am on 16th May 2021 or caught up with at any time later via the embedded YouTube video. An audio recording of just the reading and sermon is also available.
This week we have another Zoom Communion service. James leads the service whilst Chris is away and Paul has the reading.
Andy also brings a short reflection based around his thoughts on the last few entries in our Psalm 119 series.
We continue with our series in Psalm 119 and this week Chris looks at verses 41 to 48, given the Hebrew subtitle “Vau” or “Waw” (depending on your translation). Would you like to know God’s love more fully? Would you like to experience a greater freedom in your spiritual walk? Then keep watching or listening!
Ant leads the rest of the service, with an update on our mission of the month AiM, and Mike chooses this week’s worship time.