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  • January 10, 2021 1Samuel

    Sunday Worship – 10th January 2021

    While we’re unable to meet in person, this is a recording of our opportunity to worship for Sunday 10th January 2021.

    Today, we begin the first in our new series in the book of 1 Samuel, looking together at the first chapter.

    Our concluding praise can be found here:… (There is a hope, Stuart Townend).

  • January 10, 2021 psalms

    Reading through the Psalms

    During this period of lockdown and restrictions, we want to hear and read God’s Word together. Therefore, from Monday to Friday of each week, different people from our congregation will be reading from the book of Psalms. You will be able to find these videos on our church Facebook page or by accessing our YouTube channel, which you will find by clicking here.

  • January 9, 2021 1Samuel

    New Sermon Series

    A new year and a new sermon series, as we begin to look together at the book of 1 Samuel from this Sunday. God’s people need someone to lead them and they call for a king – but who will the Lord send?

    We’ll be delving into the book during this week’s online video, available on Sunday morning at 11am. In the meantime, why not take some time to begin to read through it and become familiar with the story.

  • January 9, 2021 announcement

    Important Announcement

    We received the news today that our in-person gathering for worship will stop for the next four Sundays, due to the rapid spread of Covid-19. This will take effect from this Sunday (10th January), and means we will be able to meet again from Sunday 7th February (subject to a review in late January).

    Our weekly videos will continue to be posted here each Sunday at 11am, with DVD and CDs available also. If you know of anyone who could make use of either DVD or CD please speak to our minister Ian, or any elder and we will ensure it gets to them.

    We are also planning some new initiatives during this time of greater restrictions, which we’ll announce in the coming days. In the meantime, please continue to follow all of the public health guidance and go the extra mile to look after family, friends, neighbours and the Church family.

    A reminder of our Call to Worship from last night’s pre-communion from Psalm 47, which continues to be as true as the day it was written:

    “God reigns over the nations;
    God is seated on his holy throne.
    The nobles of the nations assemble
    as the people of the God of Abraham,
    for the kings of the earth belong to God;
    he is greatly exalted.”

  • January 9, 2021 precommunion

    New Communicant Members

    Despite an unusual year (to say the least) in church life it has been a real joy for us to welcome four new communicant members recently. Anna & Ryan Richards joining tonight, with Karen Dickson and Louise Demanuele (who we’ll get a photo of at a later date) having joined in September.

    We give thanks to God for all four!

  • December 27, 2020 271220

    Online Service – 27th December 2020

    Our worship today is online only, before we return to meet in person from next Sunday, 3rd January.

    We are opening God’s Word at Matthew 18; the Parable of the Unforgiving Servant. You will find the link to the service below:

  • July 13, 2020 announcements

    Announcements – Sunday 12th July

    Our minister, Rev. Ian Cahoon is on annual leave this week. The short video below is our announcements for the week beginning Sunday 12th July and also shows a short walk through of what to expect when we resume worship in the building on Sunday 26th July.

    For our worship this week, we will be joining in the Moderator’s service. You can find it by clicking here.

    All of our previous online service can be found on our YouTube channel, by clicking here.

  • July 5, 2020 310520

    Online Service – Sunday 5th July

    With Alexandra remaining closed due to the pandemic, please find this week’s online service below. We hope to return to joining together in person from Sunday 26th July and more details regarding the arrangements for this will be given in due course.

    Today our minister, Rev. Ian Cahoon, concludes his series on the 10 Commandments, ‘Living as God’s People’, by looking at the final commandment and thinking about what it means to covet. You will find the Bible reading for today’s service in Luke 12:13-21.

    You can access all of the previous online services by visiting our YouTube channel. Click here to be taken to it.

  • June 27, 2020 310520

    Online Service – Sunday 28th June

    We continue with our online service while Alexandra remains closed due to the pandemic. This week, our minister, Rev. Ian Cahoon, continues with his series ‘Living as God’s People’ as we look together at what the 10 Commandments have to say to us today. Today, we think about the 10th Commandment, ‘You shall not give false testimony against your neighbour’. The Bible reading can be found in James chapter 3.

    You can find all of our previous online services on our YouTube channel, which you can access by clicking here.