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  • 2nd August 2020
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    Worship on Sunday 2nd August 2020 

    The reading is Job 42

    ‘Drawing the threads together’

    The final sermon in the series on the Book of Job.

    Lynn Mynett is leading.
    Rev. Alistair Stewart is preaching.

    Listen to it here
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    God of glory, we exalt your name

    Praise to the Lord, the Almighty, the King of creation

    God is for us

    O let the Son of God enfold you

    Behold our God

    Another Song

    A proper home-cooked roast dinner. A really brilliant night’s sleep. A sleeves-rolled-up day at work.  How often do you see God in these everyday things?  ‘Immanuel’, a brand new worship song by songwriter Andy Flannagan, looks at these moments of our ordinary lives – cooking, working, driving, walking, sleeping – and encourages us to see God in them, close beside us as we go about our daily tasks.

    The song and accompanying music video are designed help you see God in your own life, and prompt you to pray for your frontline.


    We do not sit alone.  
    We do not stand alone.
    We do not walk alone.
    We do not dance alone.
    Unseen unveiled.


    Immanuel Immanuel.
    Our God is with us there.
    Immanuel Immanuel.
    Our God is with us there.

    We do not work alone.
    We do not cook alone.
    We do not drive alone.
    We do not clean alone.
    Unmade uncaged.


    Word made flesh, this is Jesus.
    Present tense, this is Jesus.
    Word made flesh, this is Jesus.

    We do not eat alone.
    We do not sleep alone.
    We do not live alone.
    We will not die alone.
    Unknown unleashed.

    You can listen to the song here

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  • News

    A chance to catch up on 2nd August.11.30 am.

    If you’ve been missing those conversations after church, this is a chance to catch up! We are going to get together on Zoom. we can see each other and talk to each other through a PC, tablet, or smart phone. You can even join by telephone if you don’t want the pictures! Read More

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