Returning to our series looking at The Beatitudes – Jesus’ teaching for life from the sermon on the mount – Mary helps us to think through what it means when we read: ‘Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called children of God.’ Everyone is welcome at Wooler URC.
A service for Pentecost, and our return to in-person worship for the first time in months. Pentecost – the transformative work of the Holy Spirit in the church. What does that look like in Wooler? Everyone is welcome at Wooler URC
“Pure in heart – that doesn’t sound like me!” The sixth beatitude is a challenging one, that’s for sure. But as Fliss delves into the meaning behind this beautiful teaching of Jesus, we’re reminded that it is God’s desire for us to draw closer to him in our discipleship. Welcome to worship from Wooler.
“Mercy – the ‘top trump’ of the Beatitudes.” Do join us for our online service this week as Robert explores what Jesus’ teaching to be merciful means for us as we try to live out our faith in daily life. Everyone is welcome at Wooler URC! https://youtu.be/UnZ4iauusXQ
What are you passionate about; what do you hunger and thirst for? “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be satisfied” is our next beatitude, and Linda guides us through discovering what that might mean for each of us in today’s service. Everyone is welcome at Wooler URC
“Blessed are the meek” – REALLY?!? You can’t be serious! In this week’s service, Joan helps us explore the true meaning of meekness in Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. Join us as we discover together what walking with Jesus looks like today. Everyone is welcome at Wooler URC!
“Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted” is the second beatitude that Jesus taught his followers in the sermon on the mount. Today, we mourn the loss of Prince Philip and share in the nation’s sadness as we watch his funeral from a distance. But there is much more to mourning than […]
“Blessed are the poor in spirit” – a famous saying from Jesus’s sermon on the mount, but what does it mean for us today? Join us as we start our new series on the beatitudes and sit with Jesus to get A View From The Hill. Everyone is welcome at Wooler URC. https://youtu.be/-WPEabRG4qY
Christ is Risen! HE IS RISEN INDEED – HALLELUJAH! We mark Easter Sunday with a cebratory service lead by Rev Joan Grindrod-Helmn, which includes Holy Communion. Joyous hymns to join in with are provided by our music group, and members of our congregation lead us in prayer and read from the bible. Do join us […]
As our journey with Jesus through the wilderness reaches its conclusion, we celebrate Palm Sunday and Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem before our thoughts turn to the dramatic events of Holy Week. Fliss guides us with her sermon, and we see and hear the bible events vivid detail. Welcome to worship from Wooler URC.