Virtual Church

Moving to Outdoor Services and Facebook

We are now holding most of our services in the Church grounds at 10:30 on Sundays, for those people unable to attend we will livestream them on our Facebook page which you can link to below rather than having pre-recorded services. If the weather is poor we will revert to Zoom and a link will be emailed out.

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The sermons will also be added to our Recent Sermons page after the live service.

We trust that having our services online has been a help to you while we looked forward to meeting together again.

Giving our best to God – 22nd August

Welcome to our pre-recorded service this morning and may you feel uplifted and refreshed as we worship together.

This week we have a mission based theme and I am pleased to welcome Roger Pearce from BMS as our guest speaker on the topic of giving our best to God. Many of you will know Roger from his time in Albania so it will be good to catch up with his change of role and to hear his message for us.

Expect great things from God. Attempt Great things for God

Click on the player below to start the video, it may take a short while to load depending on your internet speed.

The Parable of the Talents – 15th August

This Sunday we are meeting in the Chapel Grounds and we do hope you will be able to join with us on Sunday. Service will start at 10.30 and there will be something for all ages. Paul Hills will be preaching on the use of gifts given to us from God. Our passage is Matthew 25:14 – 30.

For those who are not able to be with us in person you can watch a pre-recorded version of the service below.

Click on the player below to start the video, it may take a short while to load depending on your internet speed.

The Ten Virgins – 8th August

Once again, welcome to our virtual gathering. Wherever you will be, and whatever time it will be, when you join in our worship, may you be blessed and may you truly know God’s presence. May you be encouraged, strengthened and comforted by our worship and may it set you right for the week ahead.

This week we are delighted to welcome Martin Cockerill, who is the pastor at Great Shelford Free Church. Martin will be bringing us God’s word as we continue our series looking at the Parables of Jesus.

Click on the player below to start the video, it may take a short while to load depending on your internet speed.

Money and Self-Worth – 1st August

This Sunday’s service is a great opportunity to come together to worship the Lord as we gather for an open-air service. We will be continuing in our parables series, as we seek to understand and put into practice the values of the kingdom of God. Peter Thatcher will be taking us through two parables, on the topics of Money and Self Worth.

Hopefully we will see you at 10.30am for the service, but if you are not able to join us in person, you can view a pre-recorded version of the service here.

Click on the player below to start the video, it may take a short while to load depending on your internet speed.

The Widow and the Unjust Judge – 25th July

Do you sometimes think the back cover of a book gives away too much of the story? I often don’t look at the blurb in case it spoils my enjoyment of the developing plot. But today’s message, based on the parable of the persistent widow, is reassuring in so many ways, because it gives Tim an opportunity to point us towards the most crucial part of the Bible’s ‘plot’.

I’m going to practise what I preach and not give too much away, but there are some interesting questions and reassuring thoughts for us to consider.

So, welcome to worship, we hope to bring inspiration where there might be despair, and provide you with an opportunity to reflect on God’s goodness to us.

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Baptism Service and the Parable of the Wheat and the Weeds – 18th July

This Sunday’s service is a great time of celebration and worship as we join in an open air baptism service so please bring your camping chair or picnic blanket. As the weather is forecast to be so lovely we would also invite you to bring your own tea, coffee or cold drink along with a snack if you wish and we will have a time of socially distant fellowship after the service.

Hopefully we will see you at 10.30am for the service, but if you are not able to join us in person we are livestreaming the service via Facebook live.

Tim will also be speaking on the Parable of the Wheat and the Weeds.

Click on the player below to start the video, it may take a short while to load depending on your internet speed.

Previous sermons

You can see our previous sermons by visiting our Vimeo page here or you can listen to them on our Recent Sermons page

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