This podcast for the Wednesday of Holy Week is introduced by Lisa, with a reading from John 13:21-32 brought to us by Dave Tocher, one of our circuit stewards. Revd Gill Songer reflects on the complex relationship between Jesus and Judas, and we listen to the worship song ‘Your Kingdom Come’ which is performed by Joy & Ruth Everingham.
This Podcast for the Tuesday of Holy Week is introduced by Lisa, who reads to us from Mark 12:1-12, before we hear a reflection from Tom Lewis on the parable of the wicked tenants. We finish with the familiar Hymn ‘At the name of Jesus, every knee shall bow’. (STF 317)
In this Podcast for the Monday of Holy Week, Lisa is joined by Ruth Bamford who reads to us from the Gospel of John the familiar account of Jesus being anointed at Bethany. Revd. Tricia Fogden reflects on the passage and we hear the Hymn ‘Be still for the presence of the Lord, the Holy One, is here’ (STF 20).
In this Podcast for Palm Sunday, Lisa is joined by Stewart French, who reads to us from the Gospel of Mark, the familiar story of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem. Revd. Kevin Taylor brings us some thoughts on the reading, and our Hymns are ‘All Glory Laud and Honour’ (STF 262) and ‘King of Kings, Majesty’ (STF 331).
Saturday 8th April 2.30-4pm at John Wesley School.
Join the Messy Church team for the Easter Journey – there will be activities suitable for all ages to take you on a journey through the Easter story. It will be drop in and refreshments will be available.
For these Mothering Sunday devotions Dave is joined by Roy Hollands as we reflect on Jesus’ visit to the temple with his parents as found in Luke 2:25-38 and the start of the story of Moses from Exodus 2:1-10 both read by Paul. The love of God given to all shines in our lives, just as it shines in our familes of birth, faith and fellowship, may that light shine out of us all to those around us.