What a Revelation
Our first Sunday evening worship service of the year will be at 7pm on January 30th, 2022. The theme this time is: ‘What a Revelation’. The service will be led by Nigel Silvester.
We will be meeting in the Barritt Room in the hall at St John with St Mark’s (covid restrictions permitting).
We will also be Zooming for those who can’t make it in person. Currently over fifty people now come together with us, in one format or another, on the last Sunday of each month. So, if you would like to give it a go, or want to know more, then please use our contact page to get in touch.
January 30th is Epiphany 4 in the church calendar. Each Sunday in Epiphany looks at a particular revealing of Christ to the world. This week it’s where Christ was brought as a young child to the Temple – and Simeon recognises him as the coming Messiah (Luke 2:22-40).
The Collect for this day is:
Almighty and ever-living God, clothed in majesty, whose beloved Son was this day presented in the Temple, in substance of our flesh: grant that we may be presented to you with pure and clean hearts, by your Son Jesus Christ our Lord, who is alive and reigns with you, in the unity of the Holy Spirit, one God, now and for ever.
What is Sunday@Seven?
Sunday@Seven is an opportunity to worship together informally on the last Sunday of each month. There’s a mix of old and new songs, prayers and reflections. If time allows, there is space for discussion too. It’s normally led by Nigel Silvester, our Authorised Lay Minister, ably supported by Cath Hilton.
If circumstances dramatically change for ‘What a Revelation’ then we will update this post as appropriate.