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A reflection for the Monday before Pentecost – the practice of thankfulness

This is a reflection for the Monday before Pentecost, the third in a series of short video reflections for the 10 days running up to Pentecost Sunday. Days in which we are called to pray ‘thy kingdom come’. Watch the … Continue reading

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A reflection for the Saturday after Ascension Day – Who are you praying for?

This is the second in a series of short reflections for the days between Ascension Day and Pentecost when we are called to pray ‘thy kingdom come’. Watch the video or read the transcript, below.

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A reflection for Friday – the day after Ascension Day – Which way are you going?

This is the first of a series of short reflections for the days between Ascension Day and Pentecost when we are called to pray ‘thy kingdom come’. This is the transcript. Here are words written in the book of Hebrews … Continue reading

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Worship at Home resources for Sunday 24th May (with link for NEW Children’s Service)

Here are the locally produced resources for Worship at Home this Sunday, 24 May, the seventh Sunday of the Easter season and the Sunday between Ascension Day and Pentecost, and new and premiering this Sunday is a Lordsbridge Children’s Service … Continue reading

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Worship at Home on Ascension Day

Today is Ascension Day. Most years this might pass you by, after all a weekday service is not always easy to fit in to the normal pattern of life. However, this year for many of us things are different, and … Continue reading

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