Good morning and welcome to our service this Sunday, led by our minister, Revd Ruth Dillon.
Today is the first Sunday in ‘Creation time’, a six-week period when we reflect on God’s earth and our care and stewardship of the planet we inhabit, which is part of our discipleship.
Special thanks to Mike Fuller, William Goodall and Hannah Earnshaw for this week’s readings, and to Nessie Black, organist at Fleet URC, for playing for us today.
Following the recorded service we shall be celebrating Holy Communion at 11 am live on Zoom. Please contact our church secretary if you haven’t received your invitation. Please have a glass of wine/juice and some bread to hand ready for the service.
Subtitles can be accessed once the video is playing. Click on the CC square, the first icon at the bottom of the right side of the video.
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You can now dial in to listen to the service. Please pass on the following information to anyone you feel might be helped by this (eg if they don’t have a computer). The recording will be available throughout the week.
The audio service is accessed by dialling this number: 01252 978350. You will hear a recorded voice say, ‘Welcome. The Fleet and Beacon Hill United Reformed Church Service will play shortly’; and then there is quite a long pause before the service cuts in. (Please be patient as this can take a while.) The cost of the call is your normal charge for an 01252 phone call.
Click here to watch all worship videos from Fleet and Beacon Hill United Reformed churches on our YouTube channel.
URC Audio Service
Every Sunday the URC Daily Devotions team sends out a church service in both written and audio format. This has the feel of a radio service, and is in familiar URC style.
Sunday’s service explores the theme of Climate Sunday and is led by the Rev’ds Mike Shrubsole and David Coleman. Hymns include George Condor’s All Things Praise Thee Lord Most High, F S Pierpoint’s For the Beauty of the Earth, Keith and Kirstyn Getty’s Creation Sings the Father’s Song, and Fr Ernest Sand’s Sing of the Lord’s Goodness.