Lisa Cooper has prepared today’s Worship Podcast, with a selection of verses from Mark chapter 7 read by Liz Talbot and a reflection on what makes up our identity, and our identity in Christ, by Revd. Dr. Paul Dean, and music by Joy and Ruth Everingham.
Our morning services this morning are at:
10:30am at our Kennington premises, led by Mr Roy Hollands and will include Holy Communion.
11:00am at our Cade Road presmises, led by Revd Paul Dean. This service will also be live streamed via our YouTube Channel.
All are welcome to join us at either service, or indeed online:
In this episode Dave Tocher is joined by Roy Hollands.
The Bible readings are:
Matthew 11:28-12:8 – read by Stewart French.
Isaiah 55 – read by Dave.
The hymns have been sourced from Joy and Ruth Everingham’s Dropbox hymn repository:
King of Kings Majesty (StF 331)
Make me a channel of your peace (StF 707)
The Psalm referenced in the prayers is Psalm 143:1-2.
Our worship this morning will be at 11am at Cade Road and will be led by Mr Hugh Burnham. You are welcome to join us in-person or on our Live Stream:
This Sunday Maureen Burnham reflects on John chapter 6 verse 51 to 58, and how it relates to the service of Holy Communion. Christine Slater reads the reading and we sing “Come now is the time to Worship” StF 24 and “Lord Jesus Christ”, StF 398. There is also a poem by John Bell, StF 150.
This morning Dave is joined by Revd Helen Hollands as we look at Elijah’s journey into the wilderness. Paul reads 1 Kings 19 4 to 8. We listen to the hymns Jesus Christ is waiting and Will you come and follow me, both performed by Joy and Ruth.
In this episode Dave Tocher is joined by The Rev. Malcolm Peach.
The Bible reading (John 6:24-35) is read by Rowena Dean.
The hymns are sung / played by Joy and Ruth Everingham:
Dear Lord & Father of Mankind (StF 495)
All Glory Laud & Honour (StF 262)
Lisa Cooper introduces this edition of our podcast, with Richard Giles reading John 6: 1-15 and Revd. Judy Muxlow providing a reflection on the feeding of the 5000.
This week we escape from the crowds, with Jesus and his disciples, on the Sea of Galilee. Ruth reads the story from Mark 6: 30 – 34 & 53 – 56. Christine reflects on the compassion of Jesus, and we sing “Great is Thy Faithfulness” (STF 51) and “What a Friend we have in Jesus” (STF 531).
Dave is joined this morning by Revd Kevin Taylor in his final podcast message. Prayers focus on Sea Sunday and those whose lives revolve around the waters of our world. Kevin speaks on Mark 6: 14-29, the beheading of John the Baptist. We listen to the hymn All my hope on God is founded and the song You Lead.
The text of the message can be found on the circuit website.