Video & Worship @ Home, 22 November, Revd Phil Dixon

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Christ as Ki

My Dear Friends,

We conclude our "Christ as King", two week series with "Fulfilment". It is the perfect time, as we also prepare to begin Advent next Sunday, to include the celebration of Holy Communion.

How and when you use these resources for worship is of course a matter of your home circumstances, preference and convenience. Personally, I "gather with you" at 10:30am with the printed sheets (sorry, not very environmentally friendly but I do keep them for future use), watch the very beginning, introduction and first song of the video, pause and turn to the opening prayers etc. of the sheets and continue to interact between the two by re-starting the video and listening to the reading and the preaching, pausing and reading the preaching notes. I conclude after finishing the video by listening to the last linked song on the sheets and proclaiming the blessing over "us all".

Helen Putterford reads Matthew 25: 31-46, Ken, Mike and Margaret bring us King of Kings — Majesty and Norman provides us with the additional Bible study.

However you use these resources this week, they are provided to bless you as we enter into the presence of our King of Kings and Lord of Lords.

Yours, in Christ.
Phillip

See the Worship at Home sheets by clicking HERE

See the Bible Study notes for the week by clicking HERE

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