We welcome people at our regular 10 AM Sunday Services and will share reflective information or notes as and when it is possible.
Rev Dr Bob Eyles took our service on Sunday 17th September 2017 posing the question “Why should we, as Christians, be concerned about the planet at all!!?’And then the question: ‘Why should we worry about landscapes that are of no use to human civilization? ” …. Bob’s Sermon notes are here for your reference and reflection. Sermon 17-09-17
What a Blessing our morning Service was today 26th June 2016. Doug Bolitho and Nancy Jones with the Choir led us in a Service dedicated to Hymnology, sharing the background to traditional Church Music. People came away with a better understanding around some of the music of the faith. Doug’s notes from his PowerPoint are reproduced here as a .pdf HYMNODY 26.06.16
Its always a joy to welcome infants and their family in the Baptismal sacrament. It was special being at Church on Sunday 19th of June when Charlotte Kilsby-Halliday was Baptised. Rev Stuart Grant took as his theme ‘Our Response to Refugees’ and shared the inspirational Lampedusa Cross story. The Lampedusa Crosses.
On Sunday 29th May were again inspired with a thoughtful service led by Rev Lew Bowen and his team. Mrs Nan Bowen read a piece about Demas. Here are Nan’s notes Demas Sunday 29th May 2016
Within the Church we commemorate Wesley Day and this year Rev Stuart Grant shared an inspiring Sermon for the occasion. Levin – Wesley Day Sermon 2016
Sunday 17th April 2016: was set aside as a Harvest Thanksgiving service. It was led by the Wednesday House group which shared an ecological perspective. Rev Bob Eyles gave the sermon and has kindly made his notes available. Sermon for Harvest Thanksgiving 2016
We were Blessed as a congregation to have Steve Fowler from St Mary’s Anglican Church share with us on Sunday 24th April 2016. Please click here to read Steve’s sermon notes Steve Fowler @ LUC 24-04-16 As a reflection he played a very thought provoking song ‘God of the moon and Stars’ by Paul Field which you can click to hear.