Devotions for Sunday 20th November 2022.

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-hajtg-131ad29

In this episode Dave Tocher is joined by the Revd. Helen Hollands.

The Bible reading is Luke 23:33-43, and it is read by Ruth Bamford.

The opening prayer & confession is based on Psalm 92,
and in the opening prayer Psalm 92:1-4 is referenced.

The hymn recordings have been provided by Joy and Ruth Everingham:
Amazing grace – how sweet the sound (StF 440)
What a friend we have in Jesus (StF 531)

Devotions for Sunday 6th November 2022

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-pf4nn-1306520

In this podcast, The Revd. Judy Muxlow considers how the ruling elite of Jesus’s day were put to shame, when they tried to catch him out, but, how, with a little humility, we can learn from Jesus. Stewart French reads the story, Luke 20: 27 – 38.

We sing with Hugh Burnham and the congregation of St. Andrew’s Church, Cheriton “Come with me, come wander” and “Jesus, Lord, we look to thee” (Singing the Faith 462 and 686).

Devotions for Sunday 30th October 2022

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-335bj-12fd311

Dave is joined by Revd Helen Hollands as we reflect on All Souls and All Saints day this coming week.  We take to pray for those who before us into God’s Kingdom and listen to the reading from Luke 6: 20-31.  Hymns come from Singing the Faith, numbers 745 (For all the Saints), 690 (The church’s one foundation) and 59 (Shine, Jesus, Shine).  We reflect on the work on those saints of old and those saints who walk amongst us today shining the light of God into the darkest corners.

Sunday 2nd October 2022

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-jvqc8-12d9381

Dave is joined by Revd Paul Dean this morning as we explore the harvest of our faith through the reading of Luke 17.  We pray that our faith may, like the mustard seed, flourish and grow and that the fruits of our faith may be harvested by God when the time is right.  We listen to hymns sung by the National Methodist Choir of GB, Victoria Methodists from Bristol and Joy and Ruth Everingham.