Andrew then explains why the prophecies in the book of Daniel are so relevant for Christmas: the angel Gabriel appearing and giving a timeline to the coming of the Messiah. Listen to the talk and hear how many prophecies in Daniel Jesus fulfils.
Roger & Heather Homes lead the intercessions. There is also an interview with Dot Powell on the topic of waiting.
This Sunday we had a Taizé Service at 6.30, with contributions from all the local churches. You can watch the Zoom recording from Monday via www.lovekenilworth.org.uk (copied on the button below). For a service booklet follow this link and then click on the picture.
This Sunday Andrew Attwood led us in an Agape Meal. We are not able to celebrate a consecrated Communion together at the moment, but this is a chance to share a token meal. We suggest you have some bread and wine or juice to hand when you watch this. Lindsey Attwood, Gill & Charlie Palmer and Felicity Hawke took part too.
How are you sleeping? Rob has some stories to tell about sleep, including the one about the wise and foolish virgins. He also talks about the fact that Jesus talks about death in terms of sleeping, and why.
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The service is led by Emma Latham, the reading of Luke 2:22-40 is by Hamish Blair, the talk is by Robert Latham and the prayers are by Pam Stote.
Rob shows us that Christmas is more than two days, and links the Presentation with the Cross, in that in both cases Jesus is representing us before the Father. He also discusses happiness, joy and grace.
This morning's Mothers's Union Coventry Diocese Advent service was recorded in St. John's Warwick Road. Jane Hill, President of MU in Coventry Diocese introduced the service, Ann Gibbons led it, it featured Rosie Lee being formally admitted to the Mothers' Union and a poem by Margaret Allcock was read. Revd. Pam Gould, chaplain for MU in Coventry Diocese, gave the talk and Lynda Howells led the prayers.
What does 'devoting ourselves to Apostolic teaching' mean?
The service was led by Michelle Harris with help from her daughter Jessica. The reading and the prayers were by Pam Stote and the speaker was Denise Coomber. There was also a video by The Bible Project (bibleproject.com) on Public Reading of Scripture.
Fiona Dowle leads the service, and Andrew Attwood gives this 2nd talk in the series "The Power of God's Word": in an uncertain world, how to relieve anxiety? Trust in Scripture as Jesus did... all of it?
Also Dot Powell asks Caroline Ramsay, what the Cross means to her,
and Kevin Dowle leads us in prayer.
Transcript of the introduction, "what the Cross means to me", the readings and the talk - follow this link.
Other references: Philippians 4:6-7 ("do not be anxious ... and the peace of God ... guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus"), Luke 8:22-25 (Jesus commands the disciples to cross the lake in a storm), Matthew 17:22-23 (Jesus knows he is going to die and rise again), Revelation 1:18 ("I was dead, and now look! I am alive for ever")
The service starts at 12 mins 50 secs into the video and lasts 34 minutes