Our service at 10:30 this morning was led by Nr Tom Lewis and leaders from the Mystery Gang holiday club. Tom gave us an idea of the work carried out with over 50 vhildren at The John Wesley CEMP school.
Tom spoke about the story of feeding the 5000, which was one of the stories looked at with the children.
Services for August will not be live streamed, however our Weekly podcast will continue.
The last day of our holiday camp Mystery Gang. This week we have hosted about 50 children at the John Wesley CEMP School in Ashford. They have explored different Bible stories each day and completed different activities with the wonderful group of leaders and junior leaders all led by Tom.
Our service on Sunday will be a celebration of the week, so if you want to know more about the fun we’ve had then join us on Sunday at 10:30am at Cade Road.
Our service at 10:30 am was led by Mrs Joy Brumwell.
We listened to Hosea 1:2-10 and Luke 11:1-13. Joy spoke about Prayer and The Lord’s prayer in particular. Joy discusses the phrase ‘Thy kingdom come’. Jesus exemplifies God’s character, God cares for our wellbeing in all aspects of our lives.
The podcast this week is introduced by Lisa Cooper. Maureen Burnham reflects on the parable of “The Friend at Midnight” Luke 11:1 – 13 (NIV), read by Christine Slater. Songs are ‘Seek ye first’ StF 254 and ‘Your kingdom come’ (Written by Pete James and Harvey Jessop) both from Joy & Ruth.
Our service this morning was led by Revd Paul Dean. For those in person the act of Holy Communion followed the end of the LiveStream. We listened to readings from Genesis 18:1-10 and Luke 10:38-42.
Paul spoke this morning about the roles of Martha and Mary. Martha was enabling the space in which Mary could learn from Jesus. The connection to last week’s reading of yhe parable of the Good Samaritan and the role reversals inherent in the text. We should make the most of our God given gifts to serve the needs of God.