Week three of our ‘Big Questions’ series, and this week Lisa tackles the thorny question: ‘Aren’t all religions basically the same?’ Everyone is welcome online or in person to join the discussion.
We start our ‘Big Questions’ series with one of the biggest questions that we can possibly ask. Suffering. Why does God allow so much? We’re not aiming for neat and tidy answers, but we are listening to God and looking to see what the Bible says. And at the same time, we’re discussing our thoughts […]
For our last look at ‘Songs from the Bible’, this week we turn to the final book in scripture. We join with the writer of Revelation in singing “Worthy is the Lamb”, as we praise God, and aim to make Jesus the centrepiece of our lives. Everyone is welcome at Wooler URC.
Have you ever sung a love song to someone? In today’s passage, the prophet Isaiah writes a song that speaks of God’s love for his people, and goes on to describe how that love remains constant, even in the face of rejection. In a hurting world, what do we hear in this love song today? […]
This Sunday, Beccy is reflecting on the Old Testament prophet of Habakkuk. In the book that bears his name, Habakkuk records all the pain, struggles and difficulties that his nation has endured. But at the close, he writes this: “yet I will rejoice in the Lord, I will be joyful in God my Saviour.” His […]
At the last supper, Jesus broke bread with his friends, and then they sang a hymn together before going out to the Mount of Olives – the start of a chain of events which led to Christ’s crucifixion. Singing together is a shared human experience common to people of all time and almost every faith. […]
The songs we find in the Bible are responses to so many different circumstances. Today’s song is one we normally think about at Christmas, but Jane unpacks a different side to it as we find mercy, promise, fulfilment and much more! Everyone is welcome at Wooler URC as we discover a song that’s as fresh […]
As we continue with our summer series thinking about God’s people lifting their voices in song in the Bible, Mary looks at Paul and Silas who praised God whilst in prison. What does that have to teach us about worshipping even when times are tough? Everyone is welcome at Wooler URC as we think through […]
Summer weather returns, and we continue with our summer series looking at God’s people raising their voices in song in the Bible. Today, Linda uncovers a magnificent song celebrating God’s work of rescue and redemption. Everyone is welcome at Wooler URC as we hear how that song is so relevant to each of us today.