10am 14 June 2020
Welcome to Worship at Home, 14 June 2020!
It's great you could join us in this way. We yearn for the day when we can gather physically as church family. Until then, this is one of the ways we will continue to praise God and encourage one another.
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Also, feel free to join in our virtual morning tea via zoom before and after the service. Please check your emails or contact Tim for details.
How to prepare
It's always a good idea to have a bible handy, and have the main bible passage for today, 1 Peter 2:4–12. In fact, it might be good if you had your bible open there.
Just as at church, we encourage children to be engaged as much as possible since worship is for everyone regardless of their age. Time to time, however, we will include certain elements more geared towards children.
If you're joining us on Sunday at 9:45am for a short catch up via zoom, we'll be praying together before beginning. If you're by yourself, it's also a good idea to pray for the right heart and listening ears before you begin. Also, today's Worship@Home programme take just about 50 minutes, so join us back from 10:55am for a virtual morning tea!
Order of Service
Welcome and Call to Worship: 1 Peter 2:6
Praise: All Creatures of Our God and King (Not included in YouTube playlist)
Prayer including Lord's Prayer
Kids Talk: Super Saviour (Not included in YouTube playlist)
The Heidelberg Catechism: Lord's Day 7 Q20–23
Bible Reading: 1 Peter 2:4–12
Sermon: Living Stone
Praise: Hymn of the Saviour
Parting Words: 1 Peter 2:9
Virtual Morning Tea (via zoom).
If you prefer, you can use the YouTube playlist for today's Worship @ Home. Simply click on the link Worship @ Home 20200614. Note, however, that some items are not included in the playlist.
Welcome and Call to Worship
The Heidelberg Catechism