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SUNDAY WORSHIP

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 introduced in worship during lockdown can be found as a playlist on our YouTube channel.

A letter about reopening for public worship on Sundays,

with accompanying safety procedures.

Visit last week's service

(Sunday 20 September)

SUNDAY 27 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.

Welcome!

Songs of Praise

Praise God!

Prayer

00:00 / 02:46

Introduction: Singing in Style

00:00 / 01:26

Psalm 67

Bible Reading: Luke 12:13-23, 32-33

(Good News Version)

A man in the crowd said to Jesus, “Teacher, tell my brother to divide with me the property our father left us.”

 

Jesus answered him, “Friend, who gave me the right to judge or to divide the property between you two?” And he went on to say to them all, “Watch out and guard yourselves from every kind of greed; because your true life is not made up of the things you own, no matter how rich you may be.”

Then Jesus told them this parable: “There was once a rich man who had land which bore good crops. He began to think to himself, ‘I don't have a place to keep all my crops. What can I do? This is what I will do,’ he told himself; ‘I will tear down my barns and build bigger ones, where I will store the grain and all my other goods. Then I will say to myself, Lucky man! You have all the good things you need for many years. Take life easy, eat, drink, and enjoy yourself!’ But God said to him, ‘You fool! This very night you will have to give up your life; then who will get all these things you have kept for yourself?’”

 

And Jesus concluded, “This is how it is with those who pile up riches for themselves but are not rich in God's sight.”

 

Then Jesus said to the disciples, “And so I tell you not to worry about the food you need to stay alive or about the clothes you need for your body. Life is much more important than food, and the body much more important than clothes.

 

“Do not be afraid, little flock, for your Father is pleased to give you the Kingdom. Sell all your belongings and give the money to the poor. Provide for yourselves purses that don't wear out, and save your riches in heaven, where they will never decrease, because no thief can get to them, and no moth can destroy them.

Message: Songs of Praise #3 - Singing gone Viral

Hymn & Song

Offertory Prayer

00:00 / 00:46

Prayers of Intercession

Offered by Phil Wells

00:00 / 06:04

Hymn

Traditional...

Or a modern rendering...

Blessing

00:00 / 00:21

Post Service Chat

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CONTACTS

 

MINISTER: Revd Bryn Rickards

T: 01473 829197

M: 07510 311900

E: minister@hadleighurc.org.uk

CHURCH SECRETARY: Claire Coster

T: 01473 822850

E: secretary@hadleighurc.org.uk

ROOM BOOKINGS: Ric Lambert

M: 07579 044131

E: admin@hadleighurc.org.uk

 

WEB: Tom Gordon

E: tom.gordon@hadleighurc.org.uk

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Hadleigh United Reformed Church, Great Meeting,

Market Place,

Hadleigh,

Suffolk.

IP7 5DL

Hadleigh Suffolk United Reformed Church

is a registered charity (no. 1151084)

and part of The United Reformed Church.

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