Sunday Service 2020-06-14

14th June 2020:

Welcome to our Online Sunday Service at Llanelwy Community Church.  Feel free to use this service whenever you want. However, the idea is that, if you can, to start at 10:30 on Sunday. During the service, (after an item) please add a comment on our facebook page to encourage a feeling of togetherness. Or send us a comment or greetings if you’ve done this at another time.

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Sunday Service 14th June, 2020

Welcome and Call to Worship (Graeme): Click the start arrow to listen and/or read below

Lockdown has been a pretty strange time for many reasons – I’m sure we’ve all noticed new things about ourselves, or changed our behaviours, or perhaps changed our behaviours because we’ve noticed new things about ourselves! One of the things I’ve noticed about myself is that when I’m not in the office, I sing more – not always worship songs as it’s sometimes purely to amuse the children (Miriam won’t forgive me if I do my Lion King impression on the internet), but they’re certainly part of the repertoire! The Psalms talk about singing, too – these are verses from Psalm 96: one of the most famous of all.

Sing to the Lord a new song; sing to the Lord, all the earth.
Sing to the Lord, praise his name; proclaim his salvation day after day.
Declare his glory among the nations, his marvellous deeds among all peoples.

Let the heavens rejoice, let the earth be glad; let the sea resound, and all that is in it.
Let the fields be jubilant, and everything in them; let all the trees of the forest sing for joy.
Let all creation rejoice before the Lord, for he comes, he comes to judge the earth.
He will judge the world in righteousness and the peoples in his faithfulness.

We’re going to start our service this morning with two very different versions of two very different songs about singing praise. First, an acoustic version of ‘Heaven sings your symphony’ – very lockdown, and somehow appropriate for our current circumstances when we’re often singing solo (angels apart). Second, a much more expansive version of Delerious?’s ‘I will sing of your love forever’ – yet somehow there’s still that wonderful sense of intimacy between the worshipper and the worshipped. You may want to join in the singing yourself, or save your voice for later and just listen and pray.

Song: Sing alleluia – Heaven sings your symphony  (skip to 0:44!)

Song: I will sing of your love forever

Intercessions – Penny:  Click the start arrow to listen


Song: Build this house (All I am and all I have is yours)

Bible Reading – Alan: click here to watch


Song: Who you say I am  (Subtitles available)

Sermon – Alan: click here to watch


Song: Brother, sister, let me serve you


Grace – Continue to bless those you are with and those in the wider church with these words:

May the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, and the Love of God and the Fellowship of the Holy Spirit be with us all. Now, and for evermore. Amen.


Please ring each other and/or message each other to encourage and bless one-another.

If you are able, please join us for ‘post service coffee’ between 11:45 and 12:15

by zoom video conference at (Meeting ID: 828 1331 2027).

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