The theme for this service is: preparing for the return of the King.
This Remembrance Service was recorded earlier in the week before the lockdown.
The service is led by Revd Olwen Woolcock, Priest-in-Charge of the benefice of Ketton and Tinwell and with thanks to Sinclair Rogers, the Chair of the Ketton Parish Council for taking part in the service and to Alwyn Pollard, for his contribution on the organ.
On Sunday there were services at both All Saints, Tinwell and St Mary’s, Ketton. Below is a recording of the service at St Mary’s.
Olwen leads a short service of prayer and reflection on theme of “The Greatest Commandment”.
A short service of prayer and reflection for the feast day of St Luke.
A shorter service of worship this week. It is based on the ‘Parable of the Wedding Banquet’.
Our Harvest Family Service is led by Chris Barrett and is based on the parable of the sower.
[Feature Image: The Sower (Sower at Sunset) by Vincent van Gogh.]
The Sovereignty of Christ. Service led by Rev Olwen Woolcock with Bishop Donald giving the sermon.
Lead me out of the eye of the storm into the promise of the crimson dawn.
Let there be light, O Lord, let there be light.
Lyrics by Steph Macleod to ‘Let there be light.’
Then Peter came and said to Jesus, ‘Lord, if another member of the church sins against me, how often should I forgive? As many as seven times?’ Jesus said to him, ‘Not seven times, but, I tell you, seventy-seven times.