This morning is the third Sunday of Epiphany and Holocaust Memorial Sunday. We were deligthed to be able to welcome Simon Phillips and Qari Asim to share with us. Adriaan van Klinken shared his thoughts with us.
This morning we were extremely pleased to have Heston back to lead our service and Jonathan shared with us his thoughts about the fact that God has given enough for all of us to live and how the Bible stories and the early church tried to demonstrate “Joy in Enough” and shared with all in need.
An eventful Christmas Day service was punctuated by power outages which cut our lights – sometimes at (in-?)appropriate times during the service but Heston managed to lead us in our thoughts about the Light that has come into the world which the world cannot put out.
Due to the power tripping and plunging us into semi-darkness our recorded reading by Phil was cut short – you can see the full recording here
This morning was the third Sunday of Advent and our service was led by Heston with help from Casper and the musicians. Josh shared with us his thoughts on Heaven and Hell, a nice, cheerful topic in the run up to Christmas!
This morning was the second Sunday of Advent, our service was led by Jonathan and Penny with a great group of musicians. Jonathan shared with us some of his thoughts about hope and compared how we have thought about progress over the centuries with what progress might have meant to John the Baptist and Jesus and what it might mean to us today.
In this morning’s service we celebrated Advent Sunday, the first Sunday in Advent. Heston and Katherine and Kate led us in our worship with Heston sharing with us some thoughts on the state of our world and what the coming of God’s Kingdom might mean.
In this morning’s service we celebrated “Christ the King” and the Rev. Hannah Lievesley from St Chad’s led us in our worship and shared her thoughts on how we might think of “Christ the King” and of kingship.