This weeks service

Worship on 20th October 2019

Service conducted by Reverend G. Grey Fletcher

The congregation are asked to stand as the Bible is placed into the pulpit

Welcome & Intimations

Call to Worship

Hymn: The Lord’s My Shepherd, I’ll Not Want

  1. The Lord’s my shepherd, I’ll not want.

     He makes me lie in pastures green.

     He leads me by the still, still waters,

     His goodness restores my soul.


     And I will trust in You alone,

     and I will trust in You alone,

     for Your endless mercy follows me,

     Your goodness will lead me home.


  1. He guides my ways in righteousness,

     and He anoints my head with oil,

     and my cup, it overflows with joy,

     I feast on His pure delights.



  1. And though I walk the darkest path,                  

     I will not fear the evil one,

     For You are with me, and Your rod and staff

     are the comfort I need to know.


Prayer & Lord’s Prayer

         Hymn 532  Lord, You Have Come to the Seashore


Bible Readings: read by Helen Milnes

Ecclesiastes 12:8-1          Page 662

1 Corinthians 2:1-5           Page 206

Hymn:         I Seek Not Life’s Ease and Pleasures

  1. I seek not life’s ease and pleasures,

    Earthly riches, pearls nor gold;

    Give to me a heart made happy,

    Clean and honest to unfold.


    A clean heart o’erflow’d with goodness,

    Fairer than the lily white;

    A clean heart forever singing,

    Singing through the day and night.

  1. If I cherish earthly treasures,

    Swift they flee and all is vain;

    A clean heart enriched with virtues,

    Brings to me eternal gain.


  1. Morn and evening my petition,

    Wings its flight to heaven in song;

    In the name of my Redeemer,

    Make my heart clean, pure and strong.



Things I Think I’ve Learned (Pt II)


Hymn 198 Let Us Build A House Where Love Can Dwell



                   Prayer of Dedication & Thanksgiving


Hymn 251  I the Lord of Sea and Sky

Blessing & Threefold Amen


May the God of peace go with us
As we travel from this place.
May the love of Jesus keep us
firm in hope and full of grace


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