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Order of Service

  • Welcome and opening prayer
  • Bible Reading 1: John 19:16-37
  • Kids spot
  • Church Family Prayer
  • Everyday stories
  • Bible Reading 2: John 3:1-21
  • Bible talk
  • Comment on Lord's Supper
  • Closing words and prayer


Join Matt in reading the 'Explore' daily Bible readings (by the Good Book Co.), and look out for daily reflections on the readings on the Church Elvanto page.

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Talk to the pastoral team if you're keen to join in an online Growth Group.

Gospel Songs to sing at home with the family or on your own

Music is an important part of how we praise God together when we meet on a Sunday. When we sing good Gospel songs we praise God, we encourage one another, and we sing out the glorious truths of the Gospel. Many of us also listen to (and sing along with) songs of worship during the week and let me encourage you to do this as well.

So for week 3 I have chosen three songs for us to listen to and sing along with. Each has a particular function. All of the links have words for you to sing along with.

Firstly, we start off with praise: All praise to him. How can we not Praise the Lord when we remember Jesus death and resurrection.

Secondly, as we continue to see the effects of COVID-19 on the world around us, it is great to be reminded that Christ is our hope! Enjoy this new song and the great words of this modern hymn from Keith and Kristyn Getty together with Matt Papa.  Christ our hope in life and death.

Thirdly, we want to live lives which honour and glorify Jesus. So we sing. Turn your eyes upon Jesus!

Please feel free to email me your song requests. Each week I will continue to choose three songs so that we may praise God, encourage each other and sing out the glorious Gospel.


Pastor Mark –

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