Connecting the church at home

Dersingham online worship – 05.07.20

Hello again, and a very warm welcome to you all to our latest edition of online worship.

We are looking forward to hearing God’s word together, this week through Derek speaking on ‘the lost son’ from Luke 15.

You can also find the latest edition of our ‘lighthouse’ newsletter by clicking here.

If you have a moment, then please do also click ‘continue reading’ to be leave an encouraging comment for others to see.

Please click play on the video below to begin engaging in this week’s online worship.

God bless,

The online worship team.

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7 Comments

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    John Oughtibridge

    Lovely to see Durham Cathedral mentioned in Derek’s sermon. I do miss it !

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    Jackie Scott

    Lovely service, thank you to everyone involved. Especially liked the new song from Iona – thank you for including it.

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    Stephen Ruffles

    Thank you once again to everyone involved in producing another lovely on line worship service. Best Wishes to you all and all the Church congregation.

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    Alan and June

    Nice to see pictures of churches – thank you Derek and for your thoughts about God with us as our church worship changes.
    Good prayers, Ron, and good songs – especially the different prophets, going along with Derek’s words – and including the Iona one.
    Praise God that we can still feel together in this way !

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      Melanie's Mum and Dad, Arthur and Rita Simmonds from Romford, Essex

      We watch quite alot of Christian TV including Sunday morning St Nicholas online service. We enjoy it. the worship, the singing from Steve and Mel etc. The way it is all put together with the photography is lovely, very professional. Well done Steve, excellent work, must take you ages!

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    Doreen Valentine

    Once again a very enjoyable service. I am so looking forward to the introduction of hymns very soon. I love ‘a good sing’ , and one of my all time favourites is ‘Oh Jesus I have promised’, which was the hymn sung at my Confirmation by the Bishop of Ely, when I was aged sixteen, many years ago.

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    Maggie Langridge

    Thank you once again everyone who made this a wonderful service . Also the fantastic photography and two little rascals having such fun. Thank you to each one of helping to keep us all connected as a fellowship.

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