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Service Information – 27 Sept

Today are services will be led by our Tom Ward in the morning and by Stuart Reynolds in the evening. 

Tom is Director of Good News Broadcasting Association, for more information please visit www.gnba.net.  Stuart is currently an itinerant preacher, for more information about Ears 2 Hear Ministries visit https://sdhareynolds.wixsite.com/earstohearministries. He is also a Bible teacher for Good News Broadcasting Association.

There are two ways for you to take part in our Online Services in your homes. Visually via our YouTube Channel or you can listen to the audio on our Website Sermon Page. (Once on the Website sermon page click on the individual sermon name to get access to a description of the sermon, sermons notes and global links for the hymns listed below.)

Morning Service

Hymn: How firm a foundation
Reading: Psalm 62
Hymn: Faithful One
The message: You remain the same!

Tom explores Psalm 62 and why the truth that God doesn’t change is such good news

Hymn: Every promise

Evening Service

Hymn: The perfect wisdom of our God
Reading: Micah 6:9
Hymn: Meekness and Majesty
The Message: “Heed the rod…” (Gullible & Guilty)

In a world of ‘fake news’ and even a Church with a ‘false gospel’, it is needful for us to know and be convinced of the truth and wisdom of God, through His Son and His Word.

Hymn: Teach me Thy Way

Please pray for our church as we look at ways of safely opening our doors again.

(Sermons will be available on both formats Sunday morning)

Service Information – 20 Sept

Today services will be led by Steven Jones.  Steven is currently working as a teaching assistant in a primary school in the Selby area and attends Grace Church in Auckley. Married to Louise with three children, Steven has spent much of his married life in Shropshire where he was an elder of Wem Baptist Church for a number of years.

There are two ways for you to take part in our Online Services in your homes. Visually via our YouTube Channel or you can listen to the audio on our Website Sermon Page. (Once on the Website sermon page click on the individual sermon name to get access to a description of the sermon, sermons notes and global links for the hymns listed below.)

Morning Service

Hymn: What a friend we have in Jesus
Reading: Matthew 6:25-34
Hymn: Behold our God
The message: Overcoming Worry

Steven brings a message from the Sermon on the Mount from Matthew 6, where Jesus repeatedly commands us not to worry and also gives the reasons why.

Hymn: He will hold me fast.

Evening Service

Hymn: The splendour of the King.
Reading: Psalm 113
Hymn: Crown Him with many crowns.
The Message: Praising God for His loftiness and lowliness.

Steven takes us through Psalm 113, and the call for God’s people to praise Him. He explores how the Psalm seeks to motivate us to praise by considering our God’s ‘loftiness’ and His ‘lowliness’.

Hymn: Meekness and Majesty.

Please pray for our church as we look at ways of safely opening our doors again.

(Sermons will be available on both formats Sunday morning)

Harvest Donation Information

In the lead up to our Harvest Celebration Service, which this year will be held virtually on 4th October, we would normally ask people to bring their donations to church.  As we are not in a position to ask you to do that we have put together some helpful information about how you can still support the charities that we normally collect for.
Food Donations

Wharfe House, Wharfe Road, Doncaster. DN1 2ST. Tel 01302 558010

Take your donations directly to the car park and pull up near the roller doors.  Once there ring the above number and they will come and take care of things.  Donations whether large or small will be greatly appreciated and can be taken at any time of day, although if you do have a lot of unloading to do it may help to ring beforehand and arrange a convenient time.  (After 6pm is the quietest time for them to unload large donations.)

If you are unable to get to Wharfe House, please consider making a donation at your local supermarket or Food Bank.  After talking with a local food bank we have learned that for them items such as UHT milk and tinned fruit are much needed items and that beans and pasta can get overstocked.  

Monetary Donations

Caring For Life, Crag House Farm, Otley Old Road, Cookridge, Leeds.  LS16 7NH.

This year we are asking, if possible, that you donate directly to Caring For Life which can be done via their website.  Use this link to access the donation page.

If however, you are unable to do this and would still like to send a cheque please make it out to Caring For Life and post to the above address.

Service Information – 13 Sept

Today are services will be led by our Pastor Gareth James in the morning and by Martin Daniels in the evening. Martin, Jenny and their family were members of our church for many years. Martin in now Pastor at Crystal Peaks Church in Sheffield.

There are two ways for you to take part in our Online Services in your homes. Visually via our YouTube Channel or you can listen to the audio on our Website Sermon Page. (Once on the Website sermon page click on the individual sermon name to get access to a description of the sermon, sermons notes and global links for the hymns listed below.)

Morning Service

Hymn: Spirit of faith come down.
Reading: John 14:15-17
Hymn: Hark my soul, it is the Lord.
The message: The presence of the promised Spirit

In John 14 we have already looked at three of the seven comforts and encouragements there are for believers but what comfort could Jesus offer after telling His disciples about His betrayal and that He must leave them.

Hymn: Holy Spirit, living breath of God.

Evening Service

Hymn: Speak O Lord.
Reading: Philemon & Matthew 18:21
Hymn: Amazing Grace (My chains are gone)
The Message: On the road to forgiveness

Peter once asked Jesus “Lord, how many times shall I forgive my brother when he sins against me?” In Philemon we learn about true forgiveness and reconciliation.

Hymn: In Christ Alone.

Please pray for our church as we look at ways of safely opening our doors again.

(Sermons will be available on both formats Sunday morning)