I am delighted to bring you the third sermon in my series on Moses. This week, we take a look at Moses and the Burning Bush, and extraordinary event where God called Moses to go back to Egypt to free the Israelites. I was drawn to these readings when I was first called to ministry almost 20 years ago because, I too, came up with a load of excuses why I could not be a pastor. God drew me to Exodus 3 & 4 to challenge my excuses! This week our service is opened by Howard and Rosie Searle, [Read more...]
Christ is risen. Alleluia! https://youtu.be/8MlDskDOlpg Our Easter Sunday virtual service
Pastor Pete brings a short mediation on Jesus' prayer in the garden of Gethsemane from John 17:1-26. https://youtu.be/Ee_fpe5MlUI
A virtual service for Palm Sunday with the final message on The Temptations of Jesus looking at the third temptation. https://youtu.be/ML2L0MrAUqs
Here is the second virtual Sunday service in the series looking at the Temptations of Jesus in the wilderness. https://youtu.be/uDk1PxC-vq0 Also, an online communion service produced by South West Baptist Association. https://vimeo.com/399360423
As the Coronavirus COVID-19 has prevented us from meeting together for corporate worship, Past Pete and Lee have produce a short video to lead you in prayers, here God's Word and a few thoughts. This is the first in a series of three exploring the temptations of Jesus Christ in the wilderness, and will explore the first temptation to turn stones in to bread. Bare with us as we do not have a video production team, and this is our first attempt! Please leave constructive comments and [Read more...]
The pastor is attempting to produce video snippets to bring you God's Word, news and prayers in the coming weeks. He has uploaded a test video! It's not collective worship and fellowship, but let us know what you think. https://youtu.be/KG7ZqhwJE4g
Upon advice from the government, we are postponing all our services until further notice. The chapel will be open on Sunday mornings from 10:30am should anyone wish to come along and pray. There is plenty of space for folk to be a reasonable distance from others to reduce the risk of infection along all the other precautions we have taken. May God bless us all and protect us and those we love from harm from this virus.