All age Worship live streamed from the Church led by the Revd Lucy Brierley
The feeding of the five thousand
This Service, broadcast live from the Church can be found via the Church’s website – www.wokingurc.org.uk our YouTube Channel – www.youtube.com/channel/UCUfc8cYi_U8UX1elBV7biZg or via our Facebook page – www.facebook.com/wokingurc – The Service will be available to see for several weeks as well. If you would like some help to access any of them please email – email@example.com .
This order of Service has been prepared so that you may fully participate at home and the sound of praise may ring across the town and many other parts of the world!
The Services will also be recorded and if you would like an mp3 (audio) file sent by a Dropbox link by email every week please send a message to the Church office (as above). CDs (Sermon and Readings only) and DVDs will also be available and can be delivered or posted to you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or if you are unable to email telephone Dave Tuson on 07817 007780.
Welcome and Notices
“Wake up” Call to Worship
Hymn – Praise him on the trumpet
Hymn – You are here, moving in our midst (Waymaker)
Prayers & The Lord’s Prayer
Reading – John 6 v1-14
The feeding of the 5000 – by the Puppets
Hymn – If I were a butterfly.
Prayers for Others and the Offering Prayer
Hymn – Take this moment
Prayers for our Children and Youth Worker post recruitment
Hymn – This little light of mine
Blessing and The Grace
NEWS AND NOTICES
After the Service today –…for those attending in person refreshments will be served (weather permitting) in the garden and you may also walk around the side of the Church to keep within the number allowed.
…for those at home an opportunity to ‘meet’ each other and share in some prayers via Zoom while you have your refreshments. Please follow the link on the Church website or Facebook page or use the login – https://zoom.us/j/93577271257
If you would like to give to the Church this can be done through two different links on the front page of the Church’s website or Facebook page – Cafonline and Givt. Regular giving can also be set up by these methods or by bank standing order.
Prayers are very important, particularly at this time of isolation. If you would like to request a prayer or volunteer to commit to praying regularly at home, and receive a prayer list please email Morwenna at email@example.com
If you would like to listen to another Service…..the URC is sending one out at 10 am each Sunday morning which can be accessed at any time afterwards. Just go to – https://devotions.urc.org.uk – and you can also be signed up for the daily email which gives a Bible reading, a commentary and a prayer.
Monday – The Girls’ Brigade and Boys’ Brigade Zoom meetings Age groups meeting at various times starting from 6pm until 8pm. There is an invitation to all children and young people to share in this. Parents – just send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Tuesday – 10 am – Prayers for the Church’s work with children and young people. An invitation to pray which this week will particularly focus on the recruitment process for the Children & Youth Worker post in the Church. Just follow the link – https://us02web.zoom.us/j/73876320050?pwd=MzNWaS8ySGJMNElNSnVyV2dHZSsvQT09
Meeting ID: 738 7632 0050
Thursday – 10 am – Prayers for help and healing.
A short Service as close as possible to the weekly gathering for prayers which was held at the Church.
10.30 am Social Time Chat Everyone welcome at either or both. To share in either via Zoom the link is: https://Zoom.us/j/95986431118. The ID is 959-8643-1118.
Thursday – 11.30 am to 12.30 at the Church. Gifts for the York Road Project Regular items welcomed – Bottled water, jars of sauces for things such as bolognaise and curries, small UHT milk pots, fresh chicken or beef and fresh fruit and vegetables. Supplementary list – coffee sachets, pot noodles/snack pots, deodorants/ antiperspirants, shaving foam/razors and men’s NEW underwear (small & medium) but no other clothing for the time being.
The vacancy for a Children and Youth Worker is now being advertised. Details are on the Church website and Facebook page and will be in the newsletter. Please make this known to anyone who might be interested and surround the whole process with your prayers.
Leading Worship elsewhere. One of the Church’s Lay Preachers, Andrew Gibb is at Cobham United Church this morning.
Next Worship occasions:
Wednesday 16th June at 7pm – Pause for Prayer, extended worship edition from the Church.
Sunday 20th June at 10.30 am – Morning Worship led by the Minister – Jesus stills a storm. To request a place please visit https://bit.ly/34Dq3Vz or leave a message on the office phone
Wednesday 23rd June – no Pause for Prayer this week
Sunday 27th June at 10.30 am – Morning Worship led by the Minister – Jesus calls Levi
The size of attendance at this Service will depend on any lifting or continuation of Covid restrictions. If requesting a seat is still required then the link will be on next Sunday’s order of Service paper as well as via a link on the Church website