Third in our series looking at the Gospel according to Mark. This week Roy Hollands helps us see Jesus with blind Bartimaeus. The story is read by Paul Missin and we sing a round with Hugh, using Singing the Faith 321 and 545.
Our lighthouse group is for young people during our 11am worship. This morning they were talking about Hope and they all painted rocks of hope.
If you are primary school aged, or early secondary school and would like to see what Lighthouse us about just pop along for 11am on Sunday.
If you are older if have our South Kent Youth group on a Sunday evening at 6:30 pm.
Dave is joined by the Revd Paul Dean whole is looking at Mark 4: 26 – 34 the parables of the growing seed and the mustard seed.
Hymns our Your Kingdom Come from Joy and Ruth and Go forth and tell from Songs of Praise.
In this episode Dave is joined by Helen Hollands, who will be talking on Mark 2: 1-12.
The hymn music has been taken from smallchurchmusic.com.
We look forward to welcoming Revd Kevin Taylor to led our 11am worship at the United Church Cade Road. For those attending in-person the worship will conclude with an act of Holy Communion. The Live Stream will terminate with the final hymn before the Holy Communion begins.
The service will be available via our YouTube account from 11am in the morning.
You are invited to join us for our ‘Have Your Say’ events on either June 9th, June 12th or July
As part of the CJ4A campaign, we want to send a ‘call to action’ from Methodists to the UK
government’s COP Ambassadors. Local Methodist churches and groups will be asked to add
their names to this call to action but, before taking that step, we want to hear from
Methodists across Britain.
What does climate justice look like for you? What should Britain be doing to ensure climate
justice for all?
If you attend a Methodist Church or group and would like to have your voice heard then
please do join us for one of these events, which are open to people of all ages (those under
18 will need a parent to book their ticket and give permission).
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/climate-justice-for-all-have-your-saytickets-
For any further information, please email: email@example.com
Our service for Sunday morning is led by Revd Paul Dean and you are welcome to attend in-person at our premises at Cade Road.
A pre-recorded service will be live on our YouTube Channel at 11am in the morning, this includes the Hymns and a pre-recorded version of Revd Dean’s sermon.
Lisa focuses our worship on the Holy Trinity and Kevin helps us to think it through, with a reading from Matthew 28:16-20 by Ruth. We sing the song “Everyday God” (StF 45) with Joy and Ruth, and the modern hymn “History and Mystery”.
To mark Aldersgate Day, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aldersgate_Day
I have recorded a Charles Wesley hymn “My God I am Thine”. Hymns and Psalms 563. We sing many of Mr. Wesley’s hymns to tunes which were written more recently, but this tune is written by a contemporary, of Wesley, Benjamin Milgrove 1731 – 1810, so it seems possible that Charles would have heard his hymn sung to this tune.
Our 11am All Age Worship from Cade Road is available in person or via our Live Stream on YouTube. You can book into attend, or give the welcome steward your details on arrival.
The Kennington United Church will have an in person service at 10am, led by Revd Paul Dean (there is no booking system for Kennington).
We look forward to welcoming you whether you are with us in person or joining us online.