Welcome to the page for our Sunday Worship for May 10th 2020. Today we are looking together at John 21. This is an exciting set of stories. In the first one, an unsuccessful fishing expedition is transformed into a miraculous catch. This showed God’s power, provided food for those who needed and helped those fishing to put food on the table too.
Later in the same chapter we find Jesus asking Peter three times ‘do you love me?’. Peter becomes increasingly frustrated at having to repeat himself. Shouldn’t saying yes one be enough? But Jesus has big plans for Peter’s restoration as a key part of his family.
Thanks to all who have contributed to the preparation of our worship materials for this week.
Here is an order of service for our Facebook Live gathering:
Here are the songs we will sing in the service:
Here is a message from Steve Benoy, Diocesan Director of Ordinands for Peterborough Diocese, to encourage us as we look forward to welcoming Yvonne Desroches to train with us from the end of June:
Here is a sermon prepared by Chris Pearson for today:
Here is a Communion prepared by Doug Spenceley for today:
Here are the prayers he used for this part of the service:
Ken Clark prepared the opening prayer and intercessions for today:
Here is material prepared for children and families for today by Krissy Cressey:
Making a Campfire
And here’s an extra sermon by Haydon on John 21:
Here are the notes for Haydon’s talk: