Sunday Worship

We regret that our Sunday Worship is suspended until further notice.  A service is however being recorded for each Sunday.  The scheduled preachers for these recorded services are:

Friday 10 April - Good Friday

Revd Catherine Bowstead

Sunday 12 April - Easter Day

Revd Catherine Bowstead

Sunday 19 April

Revd Catherine Bowstead and Revd Robert McBain

Sunday 26 April

Mr Mike Bowstead

Sunday 3 May

Revd Catherine Bowstead
Church Annual Meeting postponed

Sunday 10 May - Christian Aid Week

Mrs Kim Tame

Sunday 17 May

Revd Catherine Bowstead

Sunday 24 May - Aldersgate Sunday

Dr Rosi MorganBarry

Sunday 31 May - Pentecost

Revd Catherine Bowstead

Service Recordings

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As from Sunday 29th March these services were recorded by the participants at their homes and then put together to make a complete service.

Sunday 5 April - Palm Sunday - Recorded Service - Revd Catherine Bowstead and Doreen Murgatroyd

Order of Service:

Music     'All glory, laud and honour'     
Welcome and introduction     Revd Catherine Bowstead
Prayers     Adoration and confession     Revd Catherine Bowstead
Reading     Matthew 21:1-11     Peter Murgatroyd
Story     'Only a Donkey'     Doreen Murgatroyd
Sermon          Revd Catherine Bowstead
Prayers     Intercession and Lord's Prayer     Doreen Murgatroyd
Hymn StF 276     Lift high the cross     see below
Blessing       Revd Catherine Bowstead

Acknowledgements:  Music: Rev. Clyde McLennan,

Refrain:  Lift high the cross, the love of Christ proclaim,
              Till all the world adore his sacred Name.

  1. Follow the path on which our Captain trod,
    our King victorious, Christ the son of God:


  1. Each new-born soldier of the Crucified
    bears on the brow the seal of him who died:


  1. Led on their way by this triumphant sign,
    the hosts of God in conquering ranks combine:


  1. From farthest regions let them homage bring,
    and on his cross adore their Saviour King:


  1. Lord, once lifted on the glorious tree,
    as thou hast promised, draw the world to thee:


  1. Set up thy throne, that earth’s despair may cease
    beneath the shadow of its healing peace:


M. R. Newbolt (1874-1956) based on G. W. Kitchin (1827-1912)
CCLI Streaming Licence 306198

Sunday 29 March - Lent 5 - Recorded Service - Mr David Morgan

Order of Service:

Welcome and introduction - Lent book     Revd Catherine Bowstead
Psalm 130       Revd Catherine Bowstead
Prayers     Adoration and confession     Revd Catherine Bowstead
Reading     John 11: 1-45     Christine Morgan
Message     The raising of Lazarus     David Morgan
Prayers     Intercession and Lord's Prayer     Christine Morgan
Hymn StF 303     I know that my Redeemer lives     see below
Blessing       David Morgan

Acknowledgements:  Opening prayers: Revd Angus Mathieson
    Music: Rev. Clyde McLennan,

  1. I know that my Redeemer lives!
    What joy the blest assurance gives!
    He lives, he lives, who once was dead;
    He lives, my everlasting Head.
  1. He lives, to bless me with his love;
    He lives, to plead for me above;
    He lives, my hungry soul to feed;
    He lives, to help in time of need.
  1. He lives, and grants me daily breath;
    He lives, and I shall conquer death;
    He lives, my mansion to prepare;
    He lives, to lead me safely there.
  1. He lives, all glory to his name;
    He lives, my Saviour, still the same;
    What joy the blest assurance gives!
    I know that my Redeemer lives!

Samuel Medley, 1738–1799

Sunday 22 March - Lent 4, Mothering Sunday - Recorded Service - Mr Mike Bowstead

Introduction: Revd Catherine Bowstead

Bible readings:   OT: 1 Samuel 1:21-28;   Gospel: John 19:25-27

This is the hymn referred to in the sermon: All my hope on God is founded

  1. All my hope on God is founded;
    he doth still my trust renew.
    Me through change and chance he guideth,
    only good and only true.
    God unknown,
    he alone
    calls my heart to be his own.
  1. Human pride and earthly glory,
    sword and crown betray our trust;
    what with care and toil we fashion,
    tower and temple, fall to dust.
    But God’s power,
    hour by hour,
    is my temple and my tower.
  1. God’s great goodness aye endureth,
    deep his wisdom, passing thought:
    splendour, light, and life attend him,
    beauty springeth out of naught.
    from his store
    new-born worlds rise and adore.
  1. Daily doth the almighty giver
    bounteous gifts on us bestow;
    his desire our soul delighteth,
    pleasure leads us where we go.
    Love doth stand
    at his hand;
    joy doth wait on his command.
  1. Still from man to God eternal
    sacrifice of praise be done,
    high above all praises praising
    for the gift of Christ his Son.
    Christ doth call
    one and all:
    ye who follow shall not fall.

Robert Bridges (1844-1930), alt.     based on Joachim Neander (1650-1680)

Sunday 15 March - Lent 3 - All Age Worship - Mrs Christine Morgan

Bible reading:   Gospel: John 4: 5 - 42