Sunday 3rd July 2022, 10.30am

Communion Service with reception of a new Church Member

Led by the Revd Lucy Brierley

The Mission of the Seventy

This Service, broadcast live from the Church can be found via the Church’s website – our YouTube Channel  or via our Facebook page. There is an archive of service recordings, including this one, on our website which can be viewed at home.  If you would like some help to access any of these please email – .  If you would like a recording of this Service, and any other, they are available in various formats by request. Please contact the Church Office 


Welcome and Notices

Call to Worship

Hymn – Bless the Lord O my soul
               – What is our hope in life and death

Prayers and The Lord’s Prayer

Reception of Mary Knotek into Church Membership

Family Time

Hymn – Shine, from the inside out

Children and Young people continue in groups

Bible Reading –
Luke 10 v1-20, read by Chris Temple


Hymn – I the Lord of sea and sky

Prayers for Others –
Led by Vivien Gerhold & Offering Prayer

Hymn – Jesus Christ, I think upon your sacrifice


Hymn – Go forth and tell (R&S 574)

Blessing & The Grace


You are invited to stay for refreshments after the Service if you wish.  They will be served in the Forum and in the Sanctuary, or in the Church garden instead of the Sanctuary if fine. 

Heathside parking permits .
Free parking every Sunday from 8.30am to 1pm.  Ask a Welcomers for one to display in your car.

The Traidcraft Stall will be open in the Forum today after the Service.

Surplus copies of Rejoice and Sing.  If you would like a copy of this hymn book at home please take one from the table in the foyer today.

If you would like to donate to the work of the Church
 this can be done in a variety of ways as described on the “Giving to the Church” page of the website. For one-off gifts, there is a direct link to the Dona online page from the “Give Online” button on the Home page, and the contactless device in the Forum is also available.  There will be a plate at the back of the Church for anyone wishing to make a cash donation.

Leading Worship elsewhere. Andrew Gibb is at St Paul’s URC, Bracknell and the Revd David Netherwood is at Elstead URC this morning.

Collection point for the York Road Project and yourSanctuary every Sunday. 
Items which would be appreciated are: Sugar sachets, coffee sachets, jars of coffee, tea; pasta, rice; squash (orange or blackcurrant), bottled or cans of water; pot noodles; fresh fruit and vegetables; individually wrapped biscuits or other snacks. breakfast bars, individual chocolate bars; boxer shorts (new) – men’s small and medium.

Service of Thanksgiving for Dorothy Spencer – Friday 15th July at 4 pm at the Church. 
Committal at Woking Crematorium will have taken place earlier in the afternoon.

Holiday Fun – 27th to 29th July.  Booking is now open for this exciting children’s event with the theme of Time Travellers. To book please visit or  For further details please contact

URC 50th Anniversary and cross and fish logo goods. 
These are now advertised in the July Church Magazine (with pictures).  They include:  Golden Threads – Reflections from 50 years of The United Reformed Church and Congregational Federation. A new 184-page book £12.99.  Proceeds will go to The Trussell Trust. Jubilee Socks (blue) in two sizes – £5.95.  Handmade Soaps – individual (£2.95) or a box set of 4 – £11.00. 
Please take a look at the easy-to-use website for more items.  Ties (2 different ones), silk scarves and cross and fish stick pins are still popular items and can be added to our order.  A ‘bulk order’ from the Church will be placed but postage and packing will need to be added to the prices quoted for the items above and anything else ordered from the URC shop.  Generally this will be about £1 when shared out. 
Please send your orders to Morwenna in the Church Office by 15th July – or a message on the phone to 01483 763078. The order will be placed on 19th July.

Volunteer Opportunity for a Video Editor – Engage are looking for someone who would like to record an assembly 4 times a year on a Saturday morning and edit it ready to send to schools. It is a great opportunity to be part of a fun team and serve on an ad hoc basis.  If you have  a passion for this, the skills required and would like to know more please contact the office –


Please note that and post-publication changes to this calendar will be announced on Sunday in the service or by email.

TODAY5.30 Youth Group
MONDAYEarly morning coffee for commuters and those passing by the Church
Girls’ Brigade – 5.30-6.30 pm Explorers; 5.30-7.00 pm Juniors; 7.00-8.30 pm Seniors and Brigaders.
Boys’ Brigade – 5.30-6.30 pm Anchor Boys; 5.30-7.00 pm Junior Boys; 7.15-9.15 pm Company Section and Seniors.
TUESDAY10.00am Prayers for Children & Young People in person and by Zoom.
Link is:
Meeting ID: 738 7632 0050
Passcode: WURCyouth
7.30pm Elders Meeting
WEDNESDAY10.00am Baby & Toddler Group
Pause for Prayer and Worship live streamed from the Church
THURSDAY10.00am Refill (Watch Party) for parents and carers
10.30 am Prayers for help and healing in person at the Church and by Zoom, followed by coffee and social time
Zoom – link:
Meeting ID – 959-8643-1118
FRIDAYURC General Assembly begins in Derbyshire (runs until 11th)
SATURDAY9.30am CC Crew (Craft, Chat, Coffee…)
NEXT SUNDAY10.30 am Morning Worship led by the Minister, The Good Samaritan
Collection point for food items for the York Road Project and yourSanctuary (Refuges) open every Sunday.  See list on previous page
5.30pm Youth Group
UP-COMINGMonday 11th July, 6.00pm – Girls’ and Boys’ Brigades Awards Evening, All Welcome