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Video archive

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13th June Sunday Morning Service
Morning Worship 10.30am Preacher: Rev David Fleming
Date Recorded: 13/06/2021

6th May Sunday Moring Service
Morning Worship 10.30am Led by : Rev David Fleming Preacher: Rev David Fleming
Date Recorded: 06/06/2021

30th May Sunday Morning Service
Morning Worship 10.30am Led by : Rev David Fleming Preacher: Rev David Fleming
Date Recorded: 30/05/2021

Pentecost Sunday
Morning Worship 10.30am Led by: Matt Sheffield Preacher: Matt Sheffield
Date Recorded: 23/05/2021

16th May Sunday Morning Service
Morning Worship 10.30am Led by : Rev. David Fleming Preacher: Milton Williams
Date Recorded: 16/05/2021

9th May Sunday Morning Service
**Please note there are sound difficulties for the first part of the service. These correct after the All Age Talk**
Date Recorded: 09/05/2021

2nd May Sunday Moring Service
Morning Worship with Communion 10.30am Led by Rev. David Fleming Preacher: Rev. David Fleming
Date Recorded: 02/05/2021

25th April Sunday Morning Service
Morning Worship 10.30am Led by Graham Ridgway Preacher: Rev. David Fleming
Date Recorded: 25/04/2021

18th April Sunday Morning Service
Morning Worship 10.30am Led by Rev. David Fleming
Date Recorded: 18/04/2021

11th April Morning Service
Morning Worship 10.30am Led by Rev. David Fleming
Date Recorded: 11/04/2021

Easter Sunday
Led by Rev David Fleming on Easter Sunday. Livestreamed with no congregation.
Date Recorded: 04/04/2021

Good Friday
This service can either be experienced in one sitting or in smaller episodes through the day, in the morning, at lunchtime, at 3pm and in the evening.
Date Recorded: 02/04/2021

Palm Sunday
What delights Jesus … and what provokes his anger? includes a special dramatic reading by Phil Jump, Regional Minister of North West Baptist Association
Date Recorded: 28/03/2021

Follow Me despite the Cost
Continuing the Follow Me series, this service explores the cost of choosing to follow Jesus
Date Recorded: 21/03/2021

Anniversary Service
Our preacher today is Yinka Oyekan, who speaks about Jesus call to follow him in making disciples. The Boys' Brigade also bring their thoughts on a year of Lockdown.
Date Recorded: 14/03/2021

Follow me into Mission
This service continues the "Follow me..." theme, exploring what it meant to the fishermen called to follow Jesus and relevance today.
Date Recorded: 07/03/2021

Reflecting a Generous God
Rev Jim Thomas preaches on Malachi 3:1-17 and talks about God's generosity and ours
Date Recorded: 28/02/2021

Follow me into baptism
This service, for the first week of Lent, starts the "Follow me..." series and introduces a Lent Challenge.
Date Recorded: 21/02/2021

The Search for Unity
Rev Jonathan Somerville of Woodford Baptist Church joins us this week to continue the theme God is in Control, exploring the Search for Unity through experiences of the early church
Date Recorded: 14/02/2021

Faith in Action
This service continues the theme "God is in Control", exploring faith in action
Date Recorded: 07/02/2021

God will see us through
The Prophet Isaiah gave comfort to a people facing national tragedy and uncertainty. What do how words say to our situation in 2021?
Date Recorded: 31/01/2021

God will not Abandon Us
Our scattered service for 24th January continues our series "God is in Control"
Date Recorded: 24/01/2021

God is in Control
The first service in a new series looks at the fears and certainties of Israel as they were about to enter the Promised Land and asks, what does God's sovereignty mean?
Date Recorded: 17/01/2021

Should Christians Gamble?
A one-off service looking at one of the issues that Churches often hold opinions on, but seldom teach on ... should Christians gamble?
Date Recorded: 10/01/2021

New Year Covenant and Communion
Our New Year Covenant Service
Date Recorded: 03/01/2021

The wonder of Discovering Jesus
Our final service of 2020 looks at the Wise Men and asks what they can tall us about seeking and discovering Jesus, and about the God who is also seeking us.
Date Recorded: 27/12/2020

Christmas Day
Christmas morning Family Service
Date Recorded: 25/12/2020

Christmas Eve
A Christmas eve service including a Gingerbread nativity, the story of a man who gave us a very important Christmas tradition and a reflection about how Christmas is about God's love .... and ours.
Date Recorded: 24/12/2020

20th Dec Morning Worship
A service for the last Sunday in Advent
Date Recorded: 20/12/2020

Carols by Candlelight
Carol Singing and Bible Readings
Date Recorded: 20/12/2020

The Wonder of Giving
Our service this week is led by the members and leaders of our Girls' and Boys' Brigades. It is our annual Toy service, and we are looking at the story Jesus told of the Pharisee
Date Recorded: 13/12/2020

The Wonder of Welcome
The service today looks at the powerful gift of hospitality, through the story of the visit of the pregnant Mary to her elderly cousin Elizabeth, and we ask the question, what does hospitality look like in a season of Covid?
Date Recorded: 06/12/2020

The Wonder of Gods Plans
The familiar story of the angel appearing to Mary reveals a woman who was utterly devoted to God and willing to follow God's plan wherever it led.
Date Recorded: 29/11/2020

The prayer of Paul for the church
Do you have churches, people or ministries you would like to pray for, but you wonder WHAT you ought to pray for them? Maybe Paul has the answer in Philippians 1:9-11
Date Recorded: 22/11/2020

The Prayer of Hannah
As part of the "Praying Dangerously" sermon Series, today we look at the prayers of Hannah, Mother of Samuel, in 1 Samuel 1 and 2. Her prayers are passionate, determined, and received their answer only when they changed focus.
Date Recorded: 15/11/2020

A remembrance day service, part of the "praying Dangerously" series. 2 Corinthians 12. What about our prayers that are NOT answered?
Date Recorded: 08/11/2020

Forgive Them
Forgive them... These words were uttered by both the apostle Stephen and also Jesus as they were dying, and is the theme of today's scattered service, the next in our Praying Dangerously series.
Date Recorded: 01/11/2020

Yet not my will, but Yours
In this reflection, part of our Praying Dangerously series, we lurk at one of THE most dangerous prayers of all; when we surrender everything to God and pray “yet not my will but yours be done.” Jesus dared to pray that prayer. Do we?
Date Recorded: 24/10/2020

The prayer of Agur
Agur's prayer in Proverbs is one of deep humility: "keep falsehood and lies far from me; give me neither poverty nor riches". He knows his weaknesses, and asks - as Jesus would teach many years later - not to be led into temptation. But this, too, is a dangerous prayer.
Date Recorded: 17/10/2020

Praying to be sent
Our next dangerous prayer is Isaiah's, who encounters God in all his holiness and says "Here am I. Send me!" This is among the most dangerous prayers we can pray, as it can lead us in unexpected directions and often into total dependence on God's power and provision. (Isaiah 6:1-8)
Date Recorded: 11/10/2020

The prayer of Jeremiah
Jeremiah asks God to act for the sake of his name. It takes great courage to ask not for our own comfort, but for God to display his holiness, glory and grace in our lives.
Date Recorded: 04/10/2020

In this Harvest service, we are exploring BMS World Mission's Operation Chad. For the first time, we were live streaming from church! (Genesis 1:26-31)
Date Recorded: 27/09/2020

Praying to be filled
Paul prays for the church in Ephesus to encounter all of the love of Jesus, so they can be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God. We explore how this is the kind of prayer that changes lives - and churches. (Ephesians 3:14-21)
Date Recorded: 20/09/2020

The prayer of Jacob
Jacob said to God after wrestling with him, "I will not let you go unless you bless me." That was a wonderful yet dangerous prayer to pray, and his life would never be the same again. As David kicks off this new series, ask yourself: do I have the courage to pray dangerous prayers? (Genesis 32:22-32)
Date Recorded: 13/09/2020

Di-vine fruit
It's a scattered extravaganza today! As David is inducted as our new Senior Minister, and we look ahead to a whole new season at Rugby Baptist, Steve Moody helps us reflect on Jesus' parable of the vine and the branches in John 15:1-17.
Date Recorded: 06/09/2020

A committed heart
"Better is one day in your courts than a thousand elsewhere." Perhaps particularly poignant words during this time of scattered services; this psalm is the prayer of a heart deeply committed to the things of God, aching for the Almighty's presence. (Psalm 84)
Date Recorded: 29/08/2020

There is a season
There is a season for everything under the sun. What does that mean for the season we are in right now? Does it really mean that God wants disease and suffering? (Ecclesiastes 3:1-11)
Date Recorded: 23/08/2020

Losing your foothold
"As for me, my feet had almost slipped; I had nearly lost my foothold." How do we respond when life's storms toss us about, as they sometimes do for all of us? (Psalm 73)
Date Recorded: 16/08/2020

The way of grace
The prophet Elisha has power over his enemies, but rather than exercising that power he chooses the way of grace. So God reveals his character in the prophet. It's also 75 years ago today that a nuclear bomb detonated over the city of Nagasaki in Japan; we spend some time thinking about war, weapons, and grace. (2 Kings 6:8-23)
Date Recorded: 09/08/2020

The Fortress
Mell reflects on Psalm 46: God is our refuge and strength, ever-present help in trouble." We also meet David, our new Senior Minister. (Psalm 46)
Date Recorded: 02/08/2020