Sunday Service 29th March

Good morning and welcome to everyone!

It’s great to have you joining with us, either for the first time or again. To work your way through the service, simply follow the order of service below; you will find a mixture of video, links to worship and a few words, simply follow them all through in order and as every Sunday, we’ll all come out the other end, having read and studied God’s word, sung His praises, come before Him in prayer and been built up by Him as we go into the week ahead.

Song – Shine Jesus Shine

Children’s Song – I Will Dance, I Will Sing

Song – Great is thy faithfulness

Song – Blessed Assurance

Song – Before the throne of God above

Song – The churches one foundation

Blessing – Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus

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Sunday Service 22nd March

Good morning and welcome to everyone!

Maybe you’re apprehensive or uncertain about how this is all going to work? Well it’s as simple as following the order of service below; you will find a mixture of video, links to worship and a few words, simply follow them all through in order and as every Sunday, we’ll all come out the other end, having read and studied God’s word, sung His praises, come before Him in prayer and been built up by Him as we go into the week ahead.

Song – In Christ Alone

Song – My Lighthouse

Song – Bless The Lord O My Soul

Song – O The Deep Deep Love Of Jesus

As we come to our prayers we remember that it’s Mothering Sunday and we give thanks to God for our mothers, we ask Him to comfort those who feel sadness because their mothers are no longer with them, and we praise Him for providing us with the love and care of His family.

Song – Thy Word

Song – He Will Hold Me Fast

Blessing – Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus

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Romans 15 1-7 A study

  1. Does accepting “the weak” mean accepting everyone without question? If no, then why not?
  2. Whose example are we to follow in bearing the weakness of others (Romans 15:1-3)?
  3. What two things are mentioned that can help give us guidance as to how please and build up our neighbour (Romans 15:3-4)?
  4. What value has the Old Testament for Christians (Romans 15:4)?
  5. Why is it important that we be of one mind – what is the purpose of being unified – What does it mean to be of ‘one mind,’ how do we glorify God (Romans 15:5-6)?
  6. In what way are we to receive one another (Romans 15:7)?
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Romans 14:13-23 ~ A Study

This study is based on the English Standard Version – It will help to read the passage from that version.

If you missed the sermon you can pick it up here

  1. Verse 13: What does Paul mean by hindrance and stumbling block and how do they differ?
  2. What do verses 14-16 mean and how should we apply them?
  3. According to Paul what is the Kingdom of God?
  4. How do the things Paul is warning about in this passage contrast with the Kingdom of God?
  5. Discuss the various ways this passage might be applied to our lives here and now.
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Romans 14:1-12 ~ A study

If you missed the sermon you can find it here.

  1. When you think of grey areas in church life, what do you think of?
  2. From a biblical point of view? What makes something a grey area rather than a clear black and white issue? Here are starters: tattoos, women in ministry, gambling, bible translations. Please add a good number of your own too.
  3. What is important about the day we set aside for worship? i.e. what must we do on that day and what should we not do?
  4. Discuss judgement.
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