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Sunday Worship on 26 July 2020

Join us as Ian reflects with us on wisdom and Christoph interviews Samuel Kpagheri in Togo, West Africa.

Find all the links mentioned in the service below this video.

MARRIAGE SESSIONS:
NINETHIRTY SERVICE :
PLEASE NOTE: As we are getting the church ready, it won’t be open for private prayer this week.

Sunday Worship on 19 July 2020

Find all the links mentioned in the service below this video.

(Order of service and login details will be emailed to you on Friday)

Sunday Worship on 12 July 2020

Please find all the links mentioned today below this video. We continue our series on “The Life We Were Made For”, hear from our mission partner Tearfund about their worldwide response to Covid-19 and are led in worship by a variety of church members.

Virtual Coffee:
Please watch the latest Rector’s Update:
Sunday Club:
Activity Sheet for children and families (Includes instructions for making a story catcher):
Tearfund Donations Page:

Sunday Worship 14 June

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.

Click on the links mentioned in our service:

Virtual Coffee at 11.15am…

Sunday Club for today, led by Kim Van Campfort…

Activity Sheets for children and families…

“Prayer is Talking with God” video…

“The Life We Were Made For” – Invitation Flyer with details:
WITH INSTRUCTIONS…
WITHOUT INSTRUCTIONS…

Give online to the work of Denham Parish Church…

Audio Service 24 May: Our assignment, advocate and aim

Both readings are included in the service.

Reader: Nnamdi Maduka

Preacher: Christoph Lindner

Sermon: Making 2020 your “Year with the Bible”

This sermon was preached by Richard Fisher at St Mary’s Church on Sunday 1 December. Richard Fisher is the chief executive of BRF (Bible Reading Fellowship). Find out more about BRF.

The talk is based on Psalm 78.1-8 and Matthew 28.16-20

SERMON: Who is Jesus?

24th February 2019 – Francis Moloney, 10.30am