Weekly Worship - 21 June 2020


Welcome to our Weekly Worship page!

We have started making plans for when our church building will be open once again, but we will only open once we know we can do it in a way that keeps everyone as safe as possible. In the meantime, please continue to join us in our weekly worship online.

All the elements of our worship are available as videos which you can either play from the page below or consecutively from our YouTube Playlist.

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Our opening song today is “Great Are You Lord” - reminding us that the very breath in our lungs is a gift from God.

Next our notices and message from Pastor Abi.

Our next worship song is “Reckless Love”. Cory Asbury, one of the writers of the song, said this about it:

When I used the phrase, ‘the reckless love of God,’ when we say it, we’re not saying that God Himself is reckless, He’s not crazy. We are, however, saying that the way He loves, is in many regards, quite so. But what I mean is this: He’s utterly unconcerned with the consequences of His own actions with regard to His own safety, comfort and well-being. … He doesn’t wonder what He’ll gain or lose by putting Himself on the line, He simply puts Himself out there on the off-chance that you and I might look back at Him and give Him that love in return. His love leaves the ninety nine to find the one every time and to many practical adults that’s a foolish concept. Well, what if He loses the ninety nine in finding the one, right? What if, finding that one lost sheep is and always will be supremely important?

Our next song is called “Holy Spirit You are Welcome Here” - expressing a desire for our lives to be filled with the wonderful Holy Spirit

Finally we have our Virtual Sunday School!

Join us again next week for Weekly Worship.

Take care, stay safe and God Bless!

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