It’s a family service for all ages today and Winnie the Pooh, Michelangelo and of course Ian Jennings are helping us to explore the adventure of becoming fully human. Also today: we cheer on all the children who are soon starting nursery, school or secondary school. Find all the links mentioned in the service below this video.
In our series of talk on the big questions of life we will ask: Who am I? What is my identity? Also: Your Fathers’ Day photos! Find all the links mentioned in the service below this video.
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It’s Fathers’ Day! Today we are starting a new series of talks about the big questions of life, reflecting on how we grow in prayer, explore a historical mystery about St Mary’s Church, enjoy some serious dancing and meet a couple of superheroes!
We are continuing to explore the healthy habit of prayer with a question from one of our children; Nnamdi will help us to think about ‘outward prayer’ and we hear from Francis Moloney about racial justice and equality.
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Here is a great all-age song about prayer. Can you video yourself doing the actions of the chorus or maybe come up with your own actions or dance? Send your video to firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of Friday so we can include it in our Sunday service!
In today’s family service for all ages we are beginning to explore ten Healthy Habits of the Christian life and the first one is … prayer. Contributions from all ages and of course prayers for our nation, our world and ourselves. Find all the links mentioned in the service below.
Our virtual choir has recorded a second piece for Pentecost!
It’s Pentecost Sunday and our service today is full of the joy of the Spirit. Our Virtual Choir is back and we are showing the poster that YOU made…
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Today is the beginning of Thy Kingdom Come 2020 – a global prayer initiative spanning many countries and denominations. This song is a heartfelt prayer, sung to a well-known tune.
Prom Praise is an annual event at the Royal Albert Hall, produced by All Souls Church, Langham Place and an extravaganza of music and worship. This year it is free on Youtube!
Saturday, 2 May, 7.30pm on the All Souls Youtube Channel.
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St Mary’s Church Office
Denham UB9 5BH
Tel: 01895 832771