Recorded services from The Virtual Vicar

In addition to these services, there is a Recorded Carol Service available from Flitton PCC here

and a Remembered With Love service available from Silsoe here

Mothering Sunday

What Makes a Good Mother? – Mothering Sunday 14 March

Our All Age Worship Service for Mothering Sunday is based on the theme ‘What Makes a Good Mother?’ Rev David Payne and Lay Leader of Worship Maggie Jeeves lead the service, there’s hymns to sing a long with, a dramatised reading of ‘And God created mothers’ by Irma Bombeck – ‘A Fault in the Design?’ and an interview with a new Mum as well as young Niamh reading from the Bible.

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God' Promise to Abraham

God’s Promise to Abraham – 28 February

Our Morning Worship for Sunday 28 February is about God’s Promise to Abraham and was recorded in St John the Baptist, Flitton. The Intercessions were recorded in the De Grey Mausoleum – an English Heritage site attached to the Church.

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God's Covenant with Noah

God’s Covenant with Noah – 21 February

Our theme for this week’s service is God’s Covenant with Noah. Rev Anna Garvie leads the service and Rev David Payne gives the address. The Bible Reading is by Hilary Parks. You are welcome to watch the service at any time; the suggested worship time for our Virtual Congregation is 10:00am on Sunday 21 February 2021.

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Above All Christ

Above All, Christ – Sunday 7 February

Our service for 7 February was recorded at St James the Great, Silsoe. The theme is ‘Above All, Christ’ and rather than a sermon Rev Payne talks with Dr Chris Nixon about his faith. Intercessions are by Alan Aldridge and Gilly Nixon reads from the Bible.

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Faith in Later Life

Simeon & Anna – Faith in Later Life – Sunday 31 January

Our service this week looks at Faith in Later Life and we meet Simeon and Anna. The service was recorded at St James the Apostle, Pulloxhill with our Readers Gillian Kern & Roy Pinnock and Lay Leader of Worship Maggie Jeeves. We’ve got music from a variety of sources including St Martins in the Field and the Royal School of Church Music.

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