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    Worship

    There is currently no public act of worship being held at our premises due to the current Covid-19 crisis.

    We are holding weekly services on our YouTube channel. You can find details of these, along with the relevant links on the News and Services page. This page will be updated when new items are uploaded.

    If you need someone to talk to please ring Rev Julie Bradshaw on 01582 561592.

    Please be assured that the people of The Olive Tree Church are praying for the world at this time.

    "Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not let them be afraid." John 14:27

     

    Wednesday 27th May

    A reading, reflection and prayer is now available on our Prayer page for day five of Thy Kingdom Come - you can find this by clicking here, where there is also a link to a video from Methodist Youth President, Thelma Commey

     

    Tuesday 26th May

    A reading, reflection and prayer is now available on our Prayer page for day five of Thy Kingdom Come - you can find this by clicking here, where there is also a link to a video from Methodist Youth President, Thelma Commey

     

    Monday 25th May

    A reading, reflection and prayer is now available on our Prayer page for day five of Thy Kingdom Come - you can find this by clicking here, where there is also a link to a video from Jonathan Bryan, author of Eye Can Talk.

     

    Sunday 24th May

    Our online worship the week is led by Bing Liu and the YouTube links can be found here.

    A reading, reflection and prayer is now available on our Prayer page for day four of Thy Kingdom Come - you can find this by clicking here, where there is also a link to a video looking at the topic of Sorry.

     

    Saturday 23rd May

    A reading, reflection and prayer is now available on our Prayer page for day three of Thy Kingdom Come - you can find this by clicking here, where there is also a link to a video looking at Faith on the Frontline with emergency service workers.

     

    Friday 22nd May

    A reading, reflection and prayer is now available on our Prayer page for day two of Thy Kingdom Come - you can find this by clicking here, where there is also a link to a new song to a familiar tune.

     

    Thursday 21st May

    A reading, reflection and prayer is now available on our Prayer page for day one of Thy Kingdom Come - you can find this by clicking here, where there is also a link to a reflection on who Jesus really is by Tom Wright.

     

    Wednesday 20th May

    Tomorrow, being Ascension Day, sees the beginning of this year's Thy Kingdom Come Global Prayer Initiative, which then runs through to Sunday 31st May. There is plenty of online material to help you with your prayers, including daily reflections and videos, and we will link to some of these as we go through the eleven days of prayer. A few links are available on the prayer page for places where you can find resources to help guide your prayers.

    It is good to feel that we can be part of a prayer movement stretching all round the world, especially at this time when the whole world is in need of prayer as we attempt to pull together in the face of this pandemic.

     

    Sunday 17th May

    Our online worship the week is led by Rev Julie Bradshaw and the order of service and YouTube links can be found here.

    Julie has also put together some more prayer thoughts which can be found here.

     

     
     

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