Our reading from Deuteronomy is known as the Shema. It gets to the very heart of worship. It tells us who God is and what our response should be.Read more
With shutdowns and restricted movement taking place due to Covid-19 we’re not going to be able to worship with one another in the way that we’re normally used to. It won’t be the same as our usual gathering together but here are links to some great on-line prayer and worship resources that you can access from home…Read more
Our next Sunday@Seven service will be on September 30th. The theme is ‘Then sings my soul’.
This is our (slightly delayed) chance to sing some of your favourite hymns, songs and choruses. Nigel already has a very full list but please let him know in advance of any special requests.
This time we’ll be in The Barritt Room at St John with St Mark. And yes, surprisingly, it starts at 7pm.Read more