Our service recorded from our homes – thank you to all who contribute to the preparation, content and recording of the service.
Forthcoming Service: Sunday April 18th
The Reverend John Whitton leads our worship next Sunday. We continue to hear about the resurrection appearances Jesus made to His disciples and will enjoy hearing the reading from Luke’s Gospel that tells us about The Road to Emmaus. John leads worship regularly for both Fleet URC and Beacon Hill URC and we look forward to his thoughts on how we might walk the road Jesus asks us to follow. Join us online through the Zoom online platform – if you would like the details please contact our Church Secretary, Hugh, at email@example.com.
Sunday April 11th
The transcript, in A4 document format, which has all the words for the hymn, readings, prayers and reflection, can be downloaded here:
The transcripts to accompany previous recordings are on the tab ‘Previous Service Transcripts’
Our weekly service can be accessed in an audio-only format, which is suitable for anyone who doesn’t have a computer. Please pass on the following information to anyone you feel might be helped by this.
The audio service is accessed by dialling this number: 01252 978350. You will hear a recorded voice say, ‘Welcome. The Fleet and Beacon Hill United Reformed Church Service will play shortly’; and then there is quite a long pause before the service cuts in. (Please be patient as this can take a while.) The cost of the call is the rate for calls according to your telephone package rates.
Our next online Communion Service is on Sunday – May 2nd
Services for April 2021
|4th April 8.30 a.m.||Christine Allen Agape Breakfast|
|4th April 10.30 a.m.(HC)||Karen Smith Isaiah 25: 6 – 9 |
John 20: 1 – 18
|11th April||Anna Crawford John 20: 19 – 31|
|18th April||Reverend John Whitton Luke 24: 13 – 35|
|25th April: Earth Day Service||Karen Smith|
The following Services will be broadcast on BBC TV and Radio on Sunday April 18th 2021:
Radio 4 Sunday service 8.10 a.m. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000v2lq
An act of Christian worship.
Songs of Praise 1.15 p.m. BBC1 https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000vbz1
Katherine Jenkins talks to the archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell, about the role of Christianity after lockdown, and comedian Frank Skinner reflects on his relationship with God.
Our previous services can be viewed on the YouTube channel, set up with Fleet URC: