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This is the fifth week in our “Church without walls” series because of our inability to meet in our church building.

There are three segments to todays service.

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1.   Introduction, News and Interviews

Pastor Dave gives us a welcome and some church news. He then interviews one of our small groups and asks them “how is God growing them in this time” and then talks to the Illingworth kids about what they did for easter. (18 minutes)

2a.  Worship and Communion

The Burchett family lead us in worship and Georgia leads us in communion. (11 minutes)

2b. Kids Word for Explorers and Seekers – “Perseverance”

Dan and Em bring our kids the Word from the Cubby again today! (6 minutes)

3.  The Message

In this third segment of our Sunday online service we continue reading the bible in a year.

Xander will be taking a look at 1st Corinthians Chapter 3, We will look at who the church of Corinth were and why Paul wrote to them. We will look at how the present day in some ways resembles the church of Corinth and what Paul’s words might mean to us today.  (21 minutes)

 

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Dave puts a pause on our series “The practises of Jesus as a disciple” and explores the concept of “Who we are”, so that the practises of being a disciple come out of who we are and not a sense of what we have to do.

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Dave continues our series on the Holy Spirit

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