Sunday service

We broadcast a new Sunday service every week at 11am, which you can watch below or on our YouTube channel. We’ve also included some questions for reflection and additional Bible readings for this week’s service below.

Questions for Reflection

  1. What are the things that you’re most looking forward to doing again when the Covid-19 restrictions are lifted?
  2. “Death is swallowed up in victory.” How can we be confident that we’ll share that victory? Do you have that confidence?
  3. “We shall be changed.” Why is it hard to imagine that Day? How can this hope become more real in our lives?
  4. What do you most need to remember from this message in the coming week?
  5. What does it look like to be “always abounding in the work of the Lord” when you can’t leave the house?

Children’s Resources

See our growing collection of children’s resources on our Junior Church page.

Read the Bible Through the Week

Some suggested related Bible readings to continue your reflection through the week:

Monday – 1 Thessalonians 4:13-5:11
Another description of the day when “we shall be changed.” What aspects of that Day does Paul focus on here? Who can you encourage with these words (4:18, 5:11) today?

Tuesday – Hosea 13:1-16
A prophecy of judgement on God’s people, from which Paul quotes in 1 Corinthians 15. What are the reasons for this judgement? In Hosea 13:14, death is called on to punish sin. How does Christ’s work turn these words into a taunt?

Wednesday – Psalm 90
Moses reflects on the fragility of human life now. How does this psalm call us to respond to that fragility? How does Christ’s resurrection affect the way we read this psalm?

Thursday – 1 Corinthians 15:1-58
We’ve now come to the end of our journey through this chapter. What have you found most helpful or encouraging? How can you keep remembering this in the coming weeks?

Friday – Isaiah 53:1-12
A passage to help us reflect on Good Friday. Read the chapter slowly, and ask that God would help you to understand more of Christ’s work for you. Because of this work, “we shall be changed”!