11:00am at Wilson Memorial Church
Sunday 1st December is Advent Communion, and you are invited to join the celebrations at Wilson Memorial Church. For more information about Communion click here to go to our feature Communion page.
Over the next few weeks we have lots of special celebrations taking place at Wilson Memorial Church. For full details of our Christmas 2019 Program click here to go to our special Christmas page.
We also have our mitten tree, back again for the fourth year in a row to collect donations of hats, scarves, and gloves for locals in need this winter. As we progress through advent, we hope to see the mitten tree transformed from a bare undecorated tree, to one covered in a magnificent assortment of hats, scarves and gloves.
At the start of this weeks service we will light the candle of hope, and each week while we journey through Advent towards Christmas, more candles will be lit.
This weeks sermon
Experience the miracle of Christmas: The miracle of the moment
This weeks scripture readings
- Galatians 3:26 – 4:7
This weeks hymns:
- Lord of all hopefulness (Mission Praise, 882)
- Come, Thou long expected Jesus (Mission Praise, 102)
- Search me, O God (Mission Praise, 587)
- My hope is built on nothing less (Mission Praise, 473)
Children’s praise, worship, and care
During the weekly service, children are invited to join our Church School which follows the Godly Play teaching principles. For very young children, a crèche service is available.
Also, coming up this week:
- Saturday 30th November : 8:30am – Men’s Breakfast, at Morrisons Cafe
- Saturday 30th November :10:00am – Christmas Coffee Morning
- Sunday 1st December :11:00am – Advent Communion Service
- Monday 2nd December : 1:30pm – Dixie Saltires Western Line Dancing Class*
- Thursday 5th December : 11:10am – Baby sensory class (7-13 months)*
- Thursday 5th December : 12:30pm – Baby sensory class (0-6 months)*
- Thursday 5th December : 2:00pm – Women’s Association
- Friday 6th December : 6:30pm – Film Society
*denotes externally managed service, using the Wilson Memorial Church facilities