Worship

Since March we have posted worship on the website which you can use at home and we will continue to do this at least until we are once again all able meet together. 

However, from June the 14th, for those who have access to the internet, we will also worship together every week using Zoom.  If you are not part of the pastorate but have been following worship with us you are welcome to join us on Zoom.  You will need to request the link for the worship and to do this simply email our minister, Revd Heather Whyte, by using the contact form and you will be added to the invitation emails, please head your message 'Zoom Worship'.  You will also be sent a guide to using Zoom, so please do not worry if you are unfamiliar with Zoom.

In addition, we will point you to other resources which you can use to worship.

Read or download the service  here

Daily Devotions from the United Reformed Church will be offering Sunday services at 10am in both a written and audio format. It will have a radio-style feel with well-known URC people leading worship. Access the devotions here: bit.ly/URCdevotions

Many United Reformed Churches are offering some form of online worship and you can find a list on the URC Website

If you are looking for something to do with the family, or a bible study with a difference, take a look at our new Families on Faith Adventures page.  This is a series of  insights into Bible passages using activites and other resources.

Richard Rohr's prayer for a community

Contemplative Richard Rohr sends out a daily contemplation from the Centre for Action and Contemplation, a widespread community which shares and explores together the contemplative nature of life.

Prayer for Our Community:
O Great Love, thank you for living and loving in us and through us. May all that we do flow from our deep connection with you and all beings. Help us become a community that vulnerably shares each other’s burdens and the weight of glory. Listen to our hearts’ longings for the healing of our world. [Please add your own intentions.] . . . Knowing you are hearing us better than we are speaking, we offer these prayers in all the holy names of God, amen.

Listen to Fr. Richard read the prayer.