Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic our church is closed for all activity until further notice.
Click here for an update about the return to the building (16th June).
There is much worry and anxiety and although we feel as though we have no control, God does and is our anchor in troubled water. We are unable to meet as a faith community on a Sunday morning, or carry on with our activities during the week, but we can keep communicating and we intend to do this over the weeks ahead.
With regard to Worship, there are many resources now available for us.
Wesley’s Chapel in London and Wesley House Cambridge will both be live-streaming morning prayers (Monday – Friday).
Monday – Friday 9:00 (Wesley House Cambridge)
Monday – Friday 10:00 (Wesley’s Chapel London)
Wesley’s Chapel in London will continue to live-stream worship, adapted for no physical congregation.
Sunday 9:45 and 11:00.
All these services will be available at: www.youtube.com/channel/UCUAUqhmhevz5sqhh72LIMxA
Alternatively, short acts of worship have been produced if you are unable to attend church via the livestream. If you are well enough why not spend a few moments with God, knowing that other people are sharing this act of worship with you?
The service sheets are downloadable from www.methodist.org.uk/worship-during-coronavirus
A Virtual Church Choir
The National Methodist Choir want to provide all singers from all denominations, and all corners of the globe, an opportunity to come together and worship God with our voices.
See www.nmcgb.org for details of how to get involved.
A prayer by the President of Conference
If we are ill, strengthen us
If we are tired Fortify our spirits
If we are anxious
Help us to consider the lilies of the field and the birds of the air
Help us not to stockpile treasures from supermarkets in the barns of our larders!
Don’t let fear cause us to overlook the needs of others more vulnerable than ourselves.
Fix our eyes on your story and our hearts on your grace.
Help us always to hold fast to the good and see the good in others.
And remember there is just one world, one hope.
One everlasting love, with baskets of bread for everyone.
In Jesus we make our prayer.
The One who suffered, died and was raised to new life.
In whom we trust, these days and all days.