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Due to the COVID-19 virus measures in place, St. John’s will be closed.
You are invited to join our minister Rev. Rob Weir in praying the following prayer every day at 11am, wherever you are:
“God of all hope we call on you today. We pray for those who are living in fear: Fear of illness, fear for loved ones, fear of other’s reactions to them. May your Spirit give us a sense of calmness and peace.
We pray for your church in this time of uncertainty. For those people who are worried about attending worship. For those needing to make decisions in order to care for other For those who will feel more isolated by not being able to attend. Grant us your wisdom.
Holy God, we remember that you have promised that Nothing will separate us from your love – demonstrated to us in Jesus Christ. Help us turn our eyes, hearts and minds to you.
May the Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Love of God, and the Fellowship of the Holy Spirit, be with us now and forever, Amen.”
Rob Weir’s short videos for Holy Week are available by clicking below:
The latest of Rob & Fiona Weir’s “Reflection Line” is available by clicking below:
In addition, online services from Wesley’s Chapel can be found by clicking on:
– and Sunday Services are broadcast on: (click) wesleyschapel.org.uk/livestreaming/
The Easter Circuit Newsletters are available by clicking on:
If anyone is in touch with someone who does not have internet access, perhaps you could let them know that can also dial 01948 522419 and listen to the most recent reflection, and that there are services on TV and Radio (including Premier Christian Radio and UCB on DAB Radio).
Service Sheets for home worship are available by clicking on:
Details of the the Methodist Virtual Choir can be found by clicking on link below:
For anyone who would like to talk to others (and see them) via their mobile phone or computer using Skype, Whatsapp or Zoom – click below for instructions: