This is the outline of a service to share in together at
our computers (or phones, tablets etc.), starting at 10:30am on Sunday
morning, but you are also welcome to use it at other times. We suggest
working your way down the page, reading out the prayers and playing the
videos, singing along with the songs and following other directions given
below. Words of songs and prayers that are not included as subtitles in
videos are listed directly below them. There is no time limit, so take as
long or short a time as you want on each section (or skip them entirely if
In case you are unable to view the video or would prefer to listen to the
sermon, here is an audio version:
Closing Song: The Splendour of the King
May the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ
and the love of God
and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit
be with us all, evermore. Amen.
After the service we are intending to hold a post-service chat on Zoom,
from around 11:30am on Sunday 17th May for about half an hour.
Please follow this link to join us.
You may also like to watch this video, in which Christians from around the
UK sing a blessing over our land:
This Evening / This Week
The Baptist Union of Great Britain are holding a short prayer
broadcast every Sunday and Wednesday evening at 7pm. The link for this
evening's broadcast (and recordings of previous ones) should be available at
this page on the Baptists Together website.
Come is a global initiative to pray every day during the 11 days between
Ascension (Thursday 21st May) and Pentecost (Sunday
31st May) for 5 people who don’t know the love of Christ and don’t
follow Christ. To pray for the Spirit to work significantly in those don’t
follow Christ, that they might encounter his love and peace and make the best
decision anyone can ever make — become followers of Jesus. And that
they in turn would come to give their lives in service of the Kingdom of