Father we thank you for the words we’ve just sung. The truth that you are indeed our guide through the changing order of the world we see around us. That You, and only You call us to be Your own.
Let’s continue to worship the Lord Jesus by singing two great worship songs. My Jesus, my Saviour, by Darlene Zshech. And, There is a Hope, by Stuart Townend.
My Jesus, My Saviour.
There is a hope
Prayers and Sermon (Acts 9 1-31)
We have a gospel to proclaim.
I’m sure by now, many of you will know that Peter is home from hospital having been unwell for two or three weeks. I’m sure he would love to hear from you, even if in his recovery he can’t speak for very long.
Please pray for Peter and his family. John, Matt and Abs.
Please do take time to read through both the letter and risk assessment that has been produced to ensure your safety, and the safety of us all.
Lord Jesus, thank you for being with us this morning and continue to be with us through the coming days. Amen.
“So then, just as you have received Christ Jesus as Lord, continue to live your lives in Him, rooted and built up in Him, strengthened in the faith as you were taught, and overflowing with thankfulness. Amen.
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