Sunday Services – 13/09/20

Worship Services

The new government rule regarding ‘people not being allowed to meet in groups of more than six’ does not apply to church services, so we are going ahead with our planned Holy Communion service in the church building at 10.30am this coming Sunday. To date, around 40 people have attended this service, but we can safely house around 50 people, so why not come along? If you are not able to attend, please join us online. Our pre-recorded service on YouTube this week is a Sunday Together service on the theme of ‘Love God and love one another’ with a reading of the 10 commandments from Exodus. This service will be available to view on our YouTube channel from 9am on Sunday morning. The service booklet, which can be used in conjunction with this service, is available to view/download hereSunday Xtra follows a service sheet this week, which is available to view / download here.

Private Prayer & Holy Communion

The church building is now open for personal prayer on Wednesdays from 10am, followed by Holy Communion at 10.30am. Come along to reflect, pray, read and/or meditate and stay for Holy Communion if you wish. Otherwise, just join us for Holy Communion. Either way, you are welcome for as long or as short a time as you wish to stay.

We hope that many of the congregation will feel confident enough to come into church for personal prayer and/or Holy Communion on Wednesday mornings, but if not, you can also tune in to Morning Prayer on our YouTube channel every Tuesday morning from 8am and our online Sunday services on Sunday mornings from 9am, some of which feature Holy Communion.

The Lord’s Prayer

Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name.

Your Kingdom come, your will be done,

on earth as in heaven.

Give us today our daily bread.

Forgive us our sins, as we forgive those who sin against us.

Lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.

For the kingdom, the power and the glory are yours.

Now and for ever. Amen.

 

Prayer

God whose love reaches to the highest heavens, 

how can we keep silent?

God whose righteousness stands like the tallest mountain, 

how can we keep silent?

God whose justice is deeper than any ocean, 

how can we keep silent?

God whose grace flows like a never-ending river, 

how can we keep silent?

How can we not proclaim your majesty, 

from generation to generation?

How can we not raise the lamp of your Salvation, 

for all the world to see?

God whose love reaches to the highest heavens, 

we praise your mighty name!

Children & Young People’s Resources

  • Worship at Home – A national Church of England resource designed to help families have a short time of worship as a household at home. Click here to find out more.
  • Light at Home – Weekly sheets by the Diocese of Leeds to support families at home. Each sheet has a bible story, prayers, something to do together and a challenge. Click here to access these sheets.
  • Weekly@ September 2020: Weekly lectionary-based children’s resources aimed at 5-11 year olds. Each session includes a theme, Bible story, game, craft activity, songs and a reflection.  These resources can be printed out and used at home on a weekly basis by those who wish to do so. Click here to view/download.

Other Worship Resources

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