Join us for our Sunday morning worship as we continue to explore what it means, in these world shaking times, to build our lives on The Rock. This week we're thinking about our response to injustice.
Jen speaks to us about how God tells us to act justly, love mercy, and walk humbly with God. To love in the way Christ has shown us.
We cannot have justice without humility, and mercy. Jesus said to: "Love your neighbour as yourself, and love one another as I have loved you."
Rob then helps us to think about three different ways we can respond whilst building our lives on The Rock. When one part of the body of Christ hurts, then all parts hurt - lives built on The Rock hurt together.
We are all made in the image of God, so we should all seek justice. It's not enough to say we are not racist, we need to be anti-racist. Lives built on The Rock do something - and don't stand and watch. We are called to help and to serve.
- Lives built on the Rock hurt together
- Lives built on the Rock seek justice
- Lives built on the Rock do something
This week we spoke to Mike and Jan, who told us a little bit about what they've been up to, and chose their favourite song: My Jesus, My Saviour, which reminds Jan of the strength the Lord gives. The chorus also helps us to remember that the Lord is with us, in whatever situation, providing comfort, shelter and protection.
We heard from Kathryn, who gave us an overview of what she's been up to, and read to us from Micah 6:1-8.
We listened to the song King of Kings, with the music by iSingWorship - all rights reserved.
Join in with Alpha
Alpha is a course that gives you a place to ask questions, consider who God is, who Jesus is, and explore faith a little bit more. It's a place where you're free to ask questions, learn more about the Holy Spirit, and think about prayer.
We'd love for you to take part - you're welcome to join whether you're new to church, or have known God all your life. We're holding it online, so you can join from wherever you are in the world.
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It's absolutely great hearing from you, discovering things you've been doing, and sharing your encouragement. We would love for you to continue to send in pictures, tell us what you've been up to and learn of the ways God has been speaking to and encouraging you. We'd also like to share these to help encourage others at this difficult time. There's more information about how you can share this with us on our website.