Category Archives for "Reflections"

May 13

Messy Vintage Church: Jesus the way, truth and life

Welcome to Vintage Church, this week we are going to look at the bible reading 1 John 1:7, Maria Gomez and her life, with the opportunity reflect on our own Christian journey whilst colouring in a cross of our choice. We will also have some reflective music to listen to. I hope you find this […]

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May 13

Christian Aid Week 2020

Christian aid week 2020 Who are they? What do they do? “We are a partnership of people, churches and local organisations committed to ending poverty worldwide” “For over 70 years, we’ve been standing with the poorest of our neighbours. We work in 37 countries, with people of all faiths and none, to stand up for dignity, equality and […]

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Apr 09

Meditation on the Washing of the Feet

“It is more blessed to give than to receive”I would like us to think about the night of the Last Supper and how at Our Lord got up, took a basin and washed the feet of his apostles.Imagine how you would feel if Jesus were about to wash our feet. (Pause – 1 min)I expect […]

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Apr 08

Wednesday of Holy Week reflection by Wendy Sellers

This is the worship service that Wendy Sellers was coming back to lead for us this evening in church. It is lovely that you can worship with her remotely during this Holy Week. The Last Seven Words of Our Saviour on the Cross It is suggested you read this aloud. If there are two of […]

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Apr 05

Palm Sunday Bible reading & reflection point

Hosanna! Hosanna!’ The crowds shouted and sang as Jesus rode into Jerusalem on a donkey. Now who’d get excited about a man riding on a donkey? People who had read the Old Testament, that’s who. Some laid their cloaks down in the road, and some cut branches from the nearby trees to mark the way, […]

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Mar 28

A Reflection – Carolyn Annand

This week’s Gospel (John 11:1-45) is a very familiar story. It is quite appropriate for these times.A friend of Jesus has died. His sisters must have worried about Lazarus when he was ill, just as we worry for our friends, family and neighbours at this time. They both knew, however, that he would rise again […]

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Mar 19

Take Heart

During these particularly challenging times, the Church is called, as always, to be good news to the vulnerable, the poor and the oppressed. We believe in the power of Jesus Christ to meet us in our need and to transform our troubled hearts. Jesus told us that in this world we would have trouble, but to […]

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