• 27th November 2020

    There have been many changes because of the pandemic, but we are still here, meeting and working in different ways.
    You can find out about midweek groups and other activities in the newsletter, which also has our contact details.


    “A person is not justified by observing the law, but by faith in Jesus Christ.’’ Galatians 2:16

    Sunday morning 29th November

    Advent series - "Songs for the season"
    Reading: Luke 1: 46-55

    Leader: Dave Murphy
    Preacher: Revd Alistair Stewart

    You can watch previous video services on our YouTube channel.

    No Zoom Coffee on 29th November

    Songs for worship at home

    My soul magnifies the Lord (Chris Tomlin) 

    Come Thou long expected Jesus 

    The angel Gabriel from heaven came 

    Reckless love 

    O come O come Emmanuel 

     I stand in awe 

    Another Song

    ‘O come, O come Emmanuel’ is one of the most well-known Advent hymns. It doubles as a prayer for the first and second coming of Christ. It takes us into the mind of old Israel, longing for the first coming of the Messiah. And it goes beyond that longing by voicing the yearning of the church of Christ for the return of Christ to consummate the history of redemption.

    O Come, O Come, Emmanuel

    Original words translated by John M. Neale; Alternate and additional words by Steve Cook and Bob Kauflin

    O come, O come, Emmanuel
    And ransom captive Israel
    That mourns in lonely exile here
    Until the Son of God appear

    O come, Thou, Dayspring from on high
    And cause Thy light on us to rise
    Disperse the gloomy clouds of night
    And death’s dark shadow put to flight

    Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel
    Shall come to thee, O Israel

    O come, O come, true prophet of the Lord
    And turn the key to heaven’s door
    Be Thou our comforter and guide
    And lead us to the Father’s side

    Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel
    Shall by His word our darkness dispel

    O come, our great High Priest, and intercede
    Thy sacrifice, our only plea
    The judgment we no longer fear
    Thy precious blood has brought us near

    Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel
    Has banished every fear of hell

    O Come, Thou King of nations bring
    An end to all our suffering
    Bid every pain and sorrow cease
    And reign now as our Prince of Peace

    Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel
    Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel
    Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel
    Shall come again with us to dwell

    You can listen to the song here


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