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9.00am
The 9.00am service is a welcoming group of people who seek a deeper faith in Christ. Our worship is based mainly on "traditional styles", though we tend to think that this description does not represent our openness to a richer diversity in worship. Communion is celebrated on the third Sunday of each month. Coffee and tea after the service provides the opportunity to reflect on the meaning of our worship in our daily lives and to share our journey in a friendly and supportive environment.

10.30am
The 10.30am Sunday worship brings together a group of people who worship God in a relaxed and joyful manner. As well as Bible-based messages, the music is contemporary and lively at times. Communion is conducted on the third Sunday of the month. Each Sunday we enjoy fellowship over a cuppa after each worship service.

Monday, 7.30pm
Meditation in the chapel. A guided reflection to dwell on the things of the spirit.


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Worship Arrangements
Date Preacher Readings Theme
1 May Dorothea Wojnar Rev 21:10 to 22:5
John 14:23-29
Peace - but as the world gives.
8 May Rev Anne Ryan    
15 May Rev Anne Ryan Combined service 9.30am Communion

In God's Hands - praying in partnership with churches around the world.

This week we pray for Eritrea, Ethiopa

Give thanks for:

The faithful witness of Ethiopian and Eritrean Christians.
Ancient traditions, and new possibilities for proclaiming the faith of the risen Christ.
Those who serve the poor and the hungry.
Injera (Ethiopian bread) and wat (a sauce for meat and vegetables).
Pray for:

Governments marked by peace and justice.
The settling of border disputes by diplomatic means instead of violence.
New sources of food and potable water that can be developed affordably.
Medical personnel to be trained and clinics to be made available for the people.
Refugees and those who have been displaced from their homes and villages.
Those suffering from AIDS, tuberculosis and other diseases, who have no access to medical care.
Prayers
Prayer of St Dionysius (818)

O God Eternal, good beyond all that is good, fair beyond all that is fair, in
whom is calmness and peace: reconcile the differences which divide us
from one another and bring us back into the unity of love which may bear
some likeness to your divine nature. Grant that we may be spiritually one,
both within ourselves and with one another, through the grace, mercy and
tenderness of your son, Jesus Christ.

(A Chain of Prayer across the Ages, comp. Selina Fitzherbert Fox, John Murray, London, UK, 6th ed., 1941.)

Prayer from Eritrea

Thank you, dear Jesus,
for being a good shepherd to all believers.
When we are lost from your flock,
you never sleep until you bring us back,
and there is rejoicing in heaven and on earth.
Our daily shepherd, our defender, our protector,
thank you for keeping us from all evil,
from fearful, harmful things
and for preserving us from all unbelief.
In your name we pray.

(© 2005 Ghirmaleoul Nemariam.)

Call to prayer in the morning

Priest: The grace of God be with you.
People: And with your spirit.
Priest: Let us glorify our God.
People: It is right, it is just.
Priest: Strengthen the thought of your heart.
People: We lift them unto the Lord our God,
Our Father who art in heaven,
Our Father who art in heaven,
Our Father who art in heaven,
lead us not into temptation.
Oh we thank you, Oh Lord. Amen.

(From the Holy Liturgy of the Eritrean Orthodox Tewahdo Church)