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Bridport United Church
June 2020

Sunday 7th June 2020 10:30Sunday services are suspended at present BUT we are online
Because of the NOVID-19 pandemic all formal activities, including Sunday Services are suspended until further notice.
However if you have access to the internet, then you can continue to meet with us as a church online.

As per usual we offer you the following Sunday Service options:

 

1) The Circuit Video service will as usual appear on the Dorset South and West website on Saturday evening and is also led this week by Debs Brazier, with hymns led by Heather Reed.  Simply go to www.DSW.church and the link will be there to take you to YouTube.

2) The Audio Service from the URC Daily Devotions Team  www.urc.org.uk will reflect on the Trinity and is led by the Rev'd Neil Thorogood who is finishing his ministry at Westminster College and preparing to move to Gloucestershire.  The worship is aided by lovely music including part of St Patrick's Breastplate, John Bell and Graham Maule's Today I Awake, the Native American hymn Many and Great, John Marriot's Thou Whose Almighty Word, and Charles Wesley's great Love Divine, All Loves Excelling.

3)  A video service from the Soul Space Team, who are a contemporary worship group based at the Bridport United Church.  It’s theme is following on from last weeks’ Pentecost celebrations and explores how the Spirit changes things.  YouTube Link here - https://youtu.be/6a01tnSkang Incidentally if you’re on Facebook, you can like our Group there:  Link is  https://www.facebook.com/pg/SoulSpaceBridport  
 

Also to keep folks up to date and encourage one another, we have added another section to the website entitled "Pastoral Letters".We will add new pages from time to time and hope you will find it helpful

For inspiration: Bridport Stations of the Cross

 
 
 
Sunday 14th June 2020 10:30Sunday services are suspended at present BUT we are online
Because of the NOVID-19 pandemic all formal activities, including Sunday Services are suspended until further notice.
However if you have access to the internet, then you can continue to meet with us as a church online.
Some links are provided below

 

As per usual we offer you the following Sunday Service options:

1) The Circuit Video service will as usual appear on the Dorset South and West website on Saturday evening and is also led this week by Debs Brazier, with hymns led by Heather Reed.  Simply go to www.DSW.church and the link will be there to take you to YouTube.

2) The Audio Service from the URC Daily Devotions Team  www.urc.org.uk will be led by the Rev'd Sarah Moore, who works helping churches in the Synod of Scotland adapt to new patterns of ministry and church and life.  Incidentally she was in the year below me at Westminster College.  The worship will reflect on the change all round us and will include singing Marty Haugen's lovely Here In This Place, the gentle Be Still and Know that I am God,  Fr Ernest Sand's jazz inspired Sing of the Lord's Goodness, and Robert Grant's O Worship the King.

3)  A bonus option this week it comes from the Methodist housing association which many of our churches would support this week but thanks to lockdown are unable to. It will be another video service of remembrance for those who have died in MHA and other homes during this difficult time.
Click on this link to find the service:
https://www.mha.org.uk/get-involved/campaigns/mha-sunday/
It will be available from 3pm on Sunday 14th June. You are invited to have a candle ready to light

 

 
 
 
Thursday 18th June 2020 15:30Messy Church is cancelled for the present

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, all Messy CHurch activites are cancelled until further notice.

Thank you for your support and understanding

Sunday 21st June 2020 10:30Sunday Services @ BUC are still postponed BUT we are online

Because of the NOVID-19 pandemic all formal activities, including Sunday Services are suspended until further notice.
However if you have access to the internet, then you can continue to meet with us as a church online.

As per usual we offer you the following Sunday Service options:

 

1) The Circuit Video service will as usual appear on the Dorset South and West website on Saturday evening and is also led this week by Dave Farmer and the Team at Eason Methodist Church on Portland.  Simply go to www.DSW.church and the link will be there to take you to YouTube.
 
2) The Audio Service from the URC Daily Devotions Team will be led Rev'd Richard Church who, for the next few weeks, serves as the URC Deputy General Secretary for Discipleship.   Richard reflects on how God restores us in our brokenness.  The hymns are: Stuart Townend's In Christ Alone, Jan Struther's Lord of All Hopefulness, W Y Fullerton's I Cannot Tell, and Joachim Neander's All My Hope on God Is Founded.
 
As ever the service is sent out between 9.45 and 9.50 on Sunday morning but you can listen at any time.  The Call to Worship has an opportunity to light a candle so you may wish to have a candle and matches to hand.
 
3) Once again we have our locally produced SoulSpace service: https://youtu.be/WpDFCwRe4EE
Sunday 28th June 2020 10:30Sunday Services @ BUC are still postponed BUT we are online

Here are this week’s menu of service Options offered by the Circuit Worship Team and beyon

 
1) The Methodist Circuit Video service will as usual appear on the Dorset South and West website from Saturday evening and is again be led this week by Debs Brazier.   Simply go to www.DSW.church and the link will be there to take you to YouTube.  
 
2 The Audio Service from the URC Daily Devotions Team will be led by the Rev'd Dr Susan Durber who ministers at Taunton URC and with the World Council of Churches as Moderator of their Faith and Order Commission. 
We will be singing W H Draper's version of St Francis' prayer All Creatures of our God and King, Robert Robinson's Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing, Fr Faber's There's a Wideness in God's Mercy, and Lex Loizides' Be Still and Know. Web-Link: www.urc.org.uk / Daily Devotions / Service option
 
As ever the service is sent out between 9.45 and 9.50 on Sunday morning but you can listen at any time.  The Call to Worship has an opportunity to light a candle so you may wish to have a candle and matches to hand.
 
As usual you will have the option of printing the service sheet too.