Worship Report (March 2022)

It seems incredible that for months at a time we were unable to worship together in our Church Building.   And as worship is such a central part of our church community, this was a big sacrifice for us.  But as restrictions have gradually eased, we are slowing getting back to normal and realising once more, the joy of worshipping God together.

We are blessed to have so many talented people working together to enable our worship to happen.  We have an excellent team of preachers, worship leaders, AV technicians, musicians and stewards who work together to make sure that our worship runs smoothly.  This means that we are able to make our very best offering of worship to God. 

For several months we were not allowed to sing inside our building. Sometimes, we went outside to sing our final hymn in the carpark, this was particularly joyful on Easter Day.  But it is good that we are able to sing freely again now.  We are grateful to Tom, our organist and to the music group who lead our music on All- age worship Sundays.  On other Sundays we use recorded music and are experimenting with a Digital Hymnal system.

We are keen to experiment with fresh opportunities for worship and so it’s good that “Creative Spirit” and “Breakfast Church: A Fresh Start” are both developing well.

Catherine Bowstead