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An online service for those who can't be with us in person...

Welcome to Sunday Worship!

The weekly  News Sheet  and monthly Newsletter are available on the News page.

New songs that we've been introducing in worship over the last few weeks can be found as a playlist on our YouTube channel.

Information about the church building opening for private prayer - procedures and risk assessment - available on the News page.

A letter about reopening for public worship on Sundays,

with accompanying safety procedures.

Visit last week's service

(Sunday 6 September)


Led by Revd Bryn Rickards

Public worship has now resumed on site with 10am and 11am services.

For more details, click on the envelope icon above.


Praise God!

A traditional version...

A modern rendering...

A 'new' song...


00:00 / 02:26

Introduction: Lost Lyrics

00:00 / 00:42

Now listen or read and find out if you were right!...

Bible Reading: Psalm 103.1-13

Read by Ric Lambert

00:00 / 01:21

(Good News Version)

Praise the Lord, my soul!
    All my being, praise his holy name!
Praise the Lord, my soul,
    and do not forget how kind he is.


He forgives all my sins
    and heals all my diseases.
He keeps me from the grave
    and blesses me with love and mercy.
He fills my life with good things,
    so that I stay young and strong like an eagle.


The Lord judges in favour of the oppressed
    and gives them their rights.
He revealed his plans to Moses
    and let the people of Israel see his mighty deeds.
The Lord is merciful and loving,
    slow to become angry and full of constant love.
He does not keep on rebuking;
    he is not angry forever.
He does not punish us as we deserve
    or repay us according to our sins and wrongs.
As high as the sky is above the earth,
    so great is his love for those who honour him.
As far as the east is from the west,
    so far does he remove our sins from us.
As a father is kind to his children,
    so the Lord is kind to those who honour him.

Bible Reading: Matthew 11.1-6

Read by Ric Lambert

00:00 / 01:00

(Good News Version)

When Jesus finished giving these instructions to his twelve disciples, he left that place and went off to teach and preach in the towns near there.

When John the Baptist heard in prison about the things that Christ was doing, he sent some of his disciples to him. “Tell us,” they asked Jesus, “are you the one John said was going to come, or should we expect someone else?”

Jesus answered, “Go back and tell John what you are hearing and seeing: the blind can see, the lame can walk, those who suffer from dreaded skin diseases are made clean, the deaf hear, the dead are brought back to life, and the Good News is preached to the poor. How happy are those who have no doubts about me!”

Message: Singing Stories

00:00 / 10:05 far as the east is from the west, so far does he remove our sins from us...

Hymn or Song

Prayers of Intercession

Offered by George Barnes

00:00 / 06:29

Offertory Prayer

00:00 / 00:23

Holy Communion

00:00 / 06:51



00:00 / 00:38

Extra Praise!

Post Service Chat

Share with us what spoke to you today...



MINISTER: Revd Bryn Rickards

T: 01473 829197

M: 07510 311900



T: 01473 822850



M: 07579 044131



WEB: Tom Gordon


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Market Place,




Hadleigh Suffolk United Reformed Church

is a registered charity (no. 1151084)

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