Looking at the theme of Pentecost, today we will be led through worship by Rev Claire and members of the Manningham UC congregation
Drawing on the theme Pentecost and the readings from Act 2:1-4 and 1 Corinthians 12:3-13. Download your reflection points document for your own personal reflection
Download your Messy Church at Home Pentecost resource document here: Dramatic Reading Messy Science Speak in many languages Messy Kitchen Song – Living for Heaven
This month’s topic is Living in a World of War: The Intersection of Popular and Christian Ethics. Led by Greg Rublee, M.S. Defense and Strategic Studies and former U.S. Intelligence Officer
Led by Rev Claire and Manningham UC members this weeks service looks at the reading 1 Corinthians 15: 1-26, 51-7 – around the theme: Matters of life and death
Today’s reading looks at 1 Corinthians 15: 1-26, 51-7. Download your reflection points document for more indepth consideration
This month’s Messy Church at home is looking at the story of Noah. Resource Document Retelling of Noah’s Story Science with Sharon Rainbow Activity sheet Messy Kitchen
Led by Rev Claire and Manningham UC members this weeks service looks at the reading 1 Corinthians 13:1-13
Download this weeks edition of reflection points based around the reading 1 Corinthians 13:1-13
Welcome to Worship for Sunday 10 May 2020. The service today is led by Rev Claire, with contributions from the community.
Looking at the readings below, the reflections document provides you with some point to consider around how Unity is found in community, not individuals.
Uniting Earth invite you to be a part of “Build a Better Future” Day of Community Action. Two opportunities exist for you to participate in your own space. – 10 May Online worship – 15 May Rally
Today’s service is led by Rev Dr Lorraine and the MUC community members
Call to Worship Song – Do not be afraid, I am with you Bible Reading – Acts 3: 1-10 INtergen Activity Song – One more step along the world I go Reflection Song – Lord of earth and all creation Prayer of REMEMBRANCE Offering For more information about the opportunity for offering see here Song – I think of you A prayer for the world and the Lord’s Prayer Song – A Song of Peace Blessing What’s COming UP Cuppa Calls…
Resource Document Cheer Up!! Damper Bread Science Experiment REcognition Game
Song – Christ the Lord is risen today Welcome and call to worship Song – Living for heaven Bible Reading – Acts 1:1-14 Theatre piece Reflection Meditation Option 1: Photo Reflection Click/Tap on an image to make larger. Press esc/back again to return. Option 2: Lectio divina In the first book, Theophilus, I wrote about all that Jesus did and taught from the beginning until the day when he was taken up to heaven, after giving instructions through the Holy Spirit…
Focusing on the following bible reading In the first book, Theophilus, I wrote about all that Jesus did and taught from the beginning until the day when he was taken up to heaven, after giving instructions through the Holy Spirit to the apostles whom he had chosen. After his suffering he presented himself alive to them by many convincing proofs, appearing to them over the course of forty days and speaking about the kingdom of God. While staying with them, he ordered them not…
If you would like to, you can gather a few objects to prepare: the colour for the Tenebrae and Maundy Thursday is purple so if you have something that is purple, like a cloth or tea towel, lay that down as a reminder a Tenebrae service would usually have 9 candles all lit at the beginning of the service – 8 purple ones which are blown out after each reading, and 1 white one which symbolises the light of Jesus…
In addition to participating in the Tenebrae service, you might like to further acknowledge Maundy Thursday with the intergen activities.
Introduction Song – When his time was over Reflection opportunity Song – Holy Spirit Rain Intergen Activity Before you watch today’s, have you watched the Tenebrae story – Peter and the Rooster This week we are making Icthus paper Chain Send photos of your chains to email@example.com Song – here hangs a man discarded Cuppa Calls However you understand the story of Easter, we hope you engage with the justice themes that weave their way through the stations. If you…