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Sunday 3rd May 2020
SERIES - NO ORDINARY LIFE
Week 1. No Ordinary World
“I have overcome the world” – John 16 v 33
- James Butterfield -
As we continue this period of displacement as a Church, we are looking to stay as connected as possible.
Without question the most powerful tool we have is that of ‘Prayer’… it has often been said that those who ‘Pray Together, Stay Together’.
On Sunday morning (and every Sunday until we are back in Dale Street!) we would like you to join us wherever you are in a time of prayer. Set a reminder for 10am and know that separated (but united) we as a Church will be praying TOGETHER.
We would encourage you to remember the death of our Lord Jesus Christ, something that we would normally do as part of our communion service. We were instructed by our Saviour in the upper room to take bread and wine as reminders and symbols of His broken body and shed blood, sacrifices that paid the price of our Salvation.
Although we are unable to share these emblems in person and pass them one to another, we can in our homes take bread and wine to remind ourselves that God loves us so much, that He was prepared to give his Son as a sacrifice for our Sins.
[John 18:1] - Then Jesus told his disciples a parable to show them that they should always pray and not give up.
Here's something very special.
Featuring just a few of the amazing kids who we are blessed to call part of our church.
We continue our weekly journey through the book of Psalms.
We've reached Psalm 80 and today it's read by
two of Dale Streets finest.
MEET THE CHURCH
A BRAND NEW feature for the website.
A chance to meet some of the faces of Dale Street Evangelical Church and find out a little more about them.
Today we meet - MATT ALLEN
The Prodigal Son.
This Bible story is based on Luke 15:11–32
NO ONE EVER CARED FOR ME LIKE JESUS
Taken from the NEW Album by Steffany Gretzinger
SONG OF THE WEEK
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