Sunday 22nd May 2022

Our service at Cade Road was led by Mr Tom Lewis thus morning. We were called to Go, Grow and Glow. The readings were Acts 16: 6-10 and 2 Corinthians 8:1-5.

Remember we are all called to Go out into the world, Grow as a person and Glow in the faith of the Lord.

Thus evening there us a reflective communion service at 5pm, led by Revd Paul Dean.

Devotions for Aldersgate Sunday, 22nd May 2022

Aldersgate Sunday is a day to give thanks and celebrate the life and work of John and Charles Wesley. The Revd. Gill Songer share her “Letter from Epworth” and Rowena Dean reads Isaiah 12: 1- 6 and Luke 10: 1–12, 17-20.

Choral versions of Charles Wesley hymns (Singing the Faith 375 and 454) are offered by Hugh Burnham, who edits this week’s podcast.

Sunday 15th May 2022

We were joined at the United Church Cade Road by Mrs Joy Brumwell. We listened to readings from Revelation 21: 1 to 6 and John 13: 31 to 35.

Joy spoke on the theme of Hope for all as the Sovereign God is with us.

If you were unable to join us you can watch the whole service on our YouTube channel.

Sunday 8th May 2022

This morning we have been led in worship by Revd Helen Hollands. We listened to the reading of John 10: 22-30 and Acts 9:36-43. Revd Hollands challenged us to Get Up and go out into the world.

The service, minus the Act of Holy Communion can be found on YouTube.

Sunday 1st May 2022

Why not join us this morning at 10:30am at either of our premises:

Cade Road – Mr Colin Pearson

Kennington – Revd Helen Hollands

The service from Cade Road will be livestreamed on our YouTube Channel.

Devotions for Sunday 24th April 2022

In our devotions for the first Sunday after Easter, Maureen Burnham considers the resurrection appearances of Jesus, and encourages us to follow Christ as Peter was invited to do at the end of their conversation on the beach. Stewart French reads today’s reading: John chapter 21, verses 1 to 19. Hugh Burnham introduces, and sings “When Easter into this dark world came” (Singing the faith 316), and we join the church at Kennington to sing Thine be the glory (StF 313).