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Sunday 8th November - Remembrance Sunday

Welcome to our service today. This week and for the coming weeks as we stay in lockdown our services will be solely online. We will meet for coffee and cake after the service at 12.15pm on zoom - you are welcome to join us, the link is here

Our AGM will be on zoom on the 29th November. Nominations for deacons open this week and need to be in by the 13th November. There are more details on the members section of our website - if you are a member or regular attender and need the password please contact one of the leaders.

This week at 8pm on Monday is the final one of our Bible studies in Habakkuk on zoom.


Act of Remembrance

As it is Remembrance Sunday you may want to join the nation in observing the 2 minute silence on your doorstep at 11am. This video plays the last post and includes words you might find helpful and familiar as you remember.

Opening Prayer

Heavenly Father, we thank you that today as we remember the sacrifice of others, we are also remembering the extent of your love for us. We remember that you sent Jesus into this world to show us how to live, to be a teacher who teaches us to follow your way and through his death be the means by which our relationship can be restored. Today we also remember that you have given us Your Spirit to be with us, to help us as we seek to follow Jesus and live in your Way. We thank you that even though we are scattered throughout the community, we can still worship together as we are one in you. We pray that your Spirit will speak to us, bless us and inspire us as we worship. Amen.


Here are some songs for today. You might want to save the last two for before and after the sermon


Why do we wear poppies? What do they represent? Have a listen to what these children think.....

Have a go at making your own poppy and use them for your prayers. Write prayers for peace in those places where there is war, prayers for those who are mourning and prayers for the future on the paper before you fold it.

If you want to make the poppies in this video then you will need a square bit of paper - red if you have it, but you could always colour it in - and a black dot for in the middle.

You could deliver your poppies to church to be added to our poppy display.


Prayer and reflection for Remembrance Sunday using images of our poppy windows. Take a moment to give thanks and remember and pray for the world.


Our sermon today is based on Joshua 4:1-9. You would find it helpful to read it before you listen - you can read it here

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