Worship at Home for Sunday 28th February – 2nd Sunday of Lent

To aid our worship at home for the second Sunday of Lent our service is based on the theme of Worship in the Wilderness. We also our service for the Gloucestershire Circuit led by Revd Rachael Leather. If you enjoy our worship it would be good to hear from you – let us know who and where you are. You can send feedback using the contact link above, or you can use the Subscribe link to be added to our regular mailing list and receive updates about our churches and activities. We would love to hear from you.

Worship at Home Sunday 28th February
Worship at Home Revd Rachael Leather

Worship at Home Sunday 14th February 2021

Today we worship on the Sunday before Lent, which begins this week on Ash Wednesday (don’t forget the pancakes on Tuesday!). Our worship shared with all of our brothers and sisters in Christ in the Gloucestershire Circuit and beyond, is led by Revd Michelle Ireland. First there is a reflection from me on the Transfiguration – that special mountain top experience Jesus shared with his disciples based on Mark 9:2-9.

Reflection on the Transfiguration

Note: the video below will be available from 8am on Sunday morning

Worship at Home Sunday 14th February

Worship at Home for Sunday 7th February 2021

A Visit from the President

This week the Gloucestershire Circuit was due to receive a visit from the President of the Methodist Conference. Because of the Covid restrictions, a physical visit was not possible and so the President – the Rev’d Richard Teal has sent his sermon in the form of a video included with this morning’s act of worship. The photo above shows the President with the Vice President, Carolyn Lawrence.

If you would like to find out more about the President and Vice President and their work you can visit their pages here

At Home Worship for Sunday 7th February.

The following is the link to my reflection for today recorded for St Mark’s and Bishops Cleeve Methodist churches. Based on the readings : Isaiah 40: 21-31 and Mark 1:29-39.

Reflection for Sunday 7th February 2021