Good evening. God is good and His mercy endures forever!
The first audio link below is the introduction by Dawn, followed by testimonies from Alan and Keith. The second link is today’s message, a short introduction to a series on the Promised Land.
Firstly, here are today’s worship videos – Salvation Belongs to our God by Paul Wilbur (another recent video repeated to help us learn it), and Jesus Name above all Names, the song we shared in the Breaking of Bread this morning.
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Good evening. The Lord continues to bless us in our restarted Sunday services despite the restrictions churches have to operate under at the moment.
John brought the Word to us today, from Galatians 4, and we had two testimonies from Tony (friend of Jeff and Margaret) and Steve. Both of those recordings are below. Firstly, there are a couple of worship videos, Ron Kenoly singing I will come and bow down, a song I shared this morning in our time of thanksgiving, and secondly, another recent video repeated to help us learn it – Graham Kendrick’s Holy Overshadowing.
God bless you,
Good evening. This morning’s service was our second service following the lockdown and we were very blessed to be able to meet together to share, to worship the Lord and hear His Word ministered. Below are the audios of two testimonies, from Nathan and Ruth, and from the ministry of the Word by Rob.
Before that, as is our custom now, is a worship video. Again it’s a song we’ve featured previously, repeated here as it’s another song we want to incorporate into our worship times in the near (dv) future.
The Lord bless you,
Good morning and welcome to our online video and message for this week. Today we have Dr Annang continuing his excellent study of the book of Daniel, and before that there is another double bill of video of songs that we have featured recently, that we will be looking to sing congregationally whenever we will be permitted to actually sing together again.
That brings me on to the regulations for recommencing our services. We are still planning to restart our Sunday service next weekend (12th July), providing there is no local lockdown imposed on our area, as Leicester has had this week. I will be posting another page on this website in the next few days regarding the practicalities and arrangements of attending. It certainly won’t be church as normal, as the regulations prevent us from singing, for example, but nonetheless it will be a start of our meeting together again, dv.
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Good morning and welcome to our online service today. Following an open-air meeting of the leadership last Wednesday I have recorded a statement of where we are in term of planning to return to meeting together on a Sunday morning. We decided to recommence on 12th July, but this will involve quite a few restrictions, as I mention in the statement, which follows here:
Good morning and Happy Father’s Day!
Regarding the lockdown, it’s good the hear the Government has decided to move from Phase 4 to Phase 3 and to further ease restrictions in the coming days. Those easings I think mean we can finally discuss, at least, our options for starting to meet together in some way. And I will be in touch with Foresight, the company that owns and runs our meeting place, to understand their stance on usage of the building. Read the rest of this entry »
Good morning. As per Hebrews 10:24-25, even though we are still unable to meet together as a congregation due to Government restrictions, we can continue to encourage each other, to ‘consider how to stir one another to love and good works’. And we continue to hope that in July we will be able to meet up together again. DV!
This morning’s message is taken from Colossians 3:1-4, but first here is a worship video from CityAlight, Yet Not I But Through Christ In Me.
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Good morning. When I arranged for Ivan to speak today, and indeed Matt to speak two weeks ago, I little imagined we would still be unable to physically meet together as a church. It’s a great sadness that we still are not permitted to meet together, but it is my hope that as things continue to improve the restrictions will be eased in July enough for us to be able to recommence services in some way. We will be keeping a close eye on developments.
It’s a great pleasure to have Ivan bringing God’s Word to us today, I’m certain it will be a blessing. Before that here is a worship video from The Mandate led by Robin Mark, Amazing Love.
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Good morning! We are in the Feast of Weeks, the celebration of the Day of Pentecost, the pouring out of the Holy Spirit upon the Apostles and the church. Today we will look into God’s Word regarding these events, and at what the Lord has for us in our day and generation. Read the rest of this entry »
Good morning. Despite all the difficulties of life in lockdown Britain we can thank God for all His goodness towards us. The risen Lord has promised to never leave us nor forsake us. Praise God for that!
Today Matt is bringing God’s Word to us, below. Before that, here is another joyous praise video from Paul Wilbur, ‘Salvation Belongs to our God’, declaring the Word of the Lord from Revelation 7. Read the rest of this entry »