The Final At Home Worship: Reign of Christ Sunday

Hi all! Welcome to your last ever at home worship collection. Oh my.

Thanks for sticking with me for all these months through too many emails and some terrible edits. I sincerely hope you’ve enjoyed and learned from the process of engaging in liturgy at home, along with your scattered community.
Your liturgy framework is here:At home worship 22nd Nov
and the full text of the reflection is here: Reflection 22nd Nov
There will be no zoom worship tomorrow, (however there will be worship together in real life next Sunday)!
Here is the first song, Gather Us In,
Here is the Early Word, Jesus the Weird King
Here is the reflection, (Sorry once again about the editing- for the last time! Hurrah!)
Here is the second song, When I needed a neighbour were you there.
And, if you’ve come here from Facebook, have a look at the cover photo on our page.  It’s one I took in Cork in January, of Christ as a beggar. Relevant on this, Christ the King Sunday and worthy of your time and meditation I think.
Worship well my friends! I’ll hopefully see you all next week at Buninyong for worship on the lawn!!
Carlynne

 

A couple of reminders

Greetings all!

I wanted to email to remind you all of the plan we have going forward as regards our worship together.
This coming weekend will be the last we engage in online/home worship. Next weekend, on the 29th of November, we will gather for worship at 9:30 am in Buninyong on the lawns out the front of the church, for the first week of Advent. This is pretty exciting.
We’re going ahead with meeting out of doors because it allows us the presence of more people, it’s a little safer in the open air, and also it will be a lovely thing to worship under the open sky.
We’re asking that those who have chairs can bring them from home (you don’t need to sit if you don’t want, the services should be a touch shorter than the old ones). Some chairs will be available to those who can’t bring them or don’t have any. We also ask that you observe social distancing rules while there, and even though it will be thrilling to be together again, refrain from hugging and touching one another. 
 
If at all possible could you park up on Scot street, or on the Eastern side of the church, leaving the front car park free for some chairs. 
Try to get there a little before 9:30 if possible so you have time to set up.
Worship at Sebas and Meredith is still on hold; we’re thinking it over just a little more. If you’d like to talk about this give me a call by all means. Meredith folk- I hope to see you all for lunch this weekend if you can make it.
Also; for the next two Wednesdays, I’m still offering prayer times in the church, if you have a need. Just get in touch if you’d like to avail yourself.
Peace be with you all,
Carlynne

Home Worship 15th Nov: Risk and Reward

Hello all!

Here are your worship bits for this weekend. First thing to say is that there won’t be Zoom worship tomorrow morning unfortunately.
The liturgy framework is here: home worship 15th Nov
and full text of reflection is here: reflection November 15th
Here is the first song: Let Us Talents and Tongues Employ,
Take the risk of worship, friends!
See you soon,
Carlynn