Services by Revd. Adam Nyawo
Readings Micah 3: 5-12Matthew 23: 1-12
Readings Mark 8: 31-34Mark 10: 35-40
Readings Mark 1:16-20Mark 2:13-17
Readings Revelation 12: 1-12
Readings 1 Kings 31 Samuel 16
Happy Easter! This service includes the confirmation and welcome of 11 new members to the church. Readings John 10:1-18
Readings Luke 4:18-30John 8:1-11
Readings Matthew 10:24-42Luke 4:16-30
Readings Deuteronomy 30: 15-201 Corinthians 3:1-9
Readings Micah 6:1-8Matthew 5:1-12
Readings Isaiah 63:7-9, Matthew 2:13-23
Readings Isaiah 7:10-16 Matthew 1:18-25
Readings Isaiah 11:1-10Matthew 3:1-12
Readings Isaiah 2:1-5Matthew 24:36-44
Readings Jeremiah 1.4-10Luke 19:1-10
Bible Readings Psalm 67:1-7Matthew 9:35-38
Bible Readings Isaiah 40: 25-31
Readings 2 Kings: 5:1-4Luke 10:1-11, 16-20
Readings Isaiah 40:1-2Isaiah 65:17-25
The Pentecost story is one of hope: hope when all seemed lost to the first disciples, and a reality of hope for us still today. In this week’s service, Rev Adam will share his thoughts – and John will attempt a science experiment to show what it’s like to ‘Live in the Spirit’!
Today, as we give thanks for and support the work of Christian Aid, Rev. Adam reflects on each of the three Bible readings. We do have a beautiful and wonderful world, we are spoiling it and need to act – and we need to do it in the spirit of love and because the world and each of us individually are loved by God.
The Lord is my good shepherd – and yours. The Shepherd knows you –and he knows me. Come and walk with him beside still waters. Come and have your soul restored. The image of Jesus as the Good Shepherd is a comforting yet powerful mage.Rev Adam will be reflecting on that image and what it means to be cared for by such a caring shepherd who will always be there with us.
We are called to practice hospitality and to be a welcoming church. Rev Adam explores this further looking at scripture and challenges us to examine our own actions and the extent to which we welcome and accept other.
Rev Adam reflects on this story where Jesus certainly disturbed the status quo. What can we learn from this story and how does it challenge us to ‘overturn the modern tables’ of injustice?
Rev Adam explores how the wilderness experience can impact us, as we draw inspiration from other people’s stories and from scripture.
This week we have Music from the Music group and Matt Beckingham, opening prayers from Rajie, intercessions from Rev. Barbara and Rev. Adam preach on “The Divine Victory”.
Our service for Remembrance Sunday. Rev. Adam talks about our calling to be peacemakers. The order of service can be downloaded here.
Our harvest worship this year is based on All We Can’s havest appeal “Change Begins with a Bicycle”. It features a videos from all we can, and a sermon from Rev. Adam where we learn all about his preaching bike when he first joined the ministry. You can give to the all we can harvest appeal, via the church, by clicking here. The hymns, campaign video and prayers of intercession where created by all we can and used with permission.
In this weeks circuit service Rev. Adam is talking about “A New Way” with guests from around the circuit. You can download the order of service here.
This week is our first week back in the church building! It is also the start of a new journey for the church, from next week you will be able to watch the service live and join in from home! This week is acting a ‘test’ run for the technology. You can download the service sheet here, you can watch the full service or listen to the sermon on this page. There is a small issue with audio on some…
For our circuit service this week we look at the feeding of the 5000. Rev. Adam preaches, with guests from across the circuit (and beyond) leading the prayers, readings and hymns.