JOIN US FOR ONLINE WORSHIP SUNDAY 10th MAY AT 11AM

On Sunday 10th May, we will provide our next online worship which will be led by our minister, Rev’d Kevin de Beer, and will include some pre-recorded songs and hymns from our organist, the choir and congregation.

THE SERVICE IS ALSO AVAILABLE BY CALLING 01698 533211 FROM 11AM EVERY SUNDAY AND IT AVAILABLE ALL WEEK TO CATCH UP. A LOCAL RATE NUMBER.

Join us from around 10.45am, we will have some news screens to display and a song to sing, before the online worship commences at 11am. We have some slide shows of our ever growing Hearts of Hope and this week’s pictures from our Lockdown Gardens.

  • Kevin’s theme is The Traditionalist
  • Stan & June lead us in a Call to worship
  • The reading this week comes from Hugh
  • Anne & Grace will lead us in prayer and poem.
  • The Hymns will include Holy, Holy Holy and Lord speak to me that I may speak

We thought it would be comforting to have familiar views and sounds while we worship in a different way during the COVID-19 crisis. So, in our online worship we will use the sounds of our organ, choir and congregation singing. We will use familiar images from our church, including our lovely stained glass windows.

The worship will be recorded in advance and will go online at around 10.45am on Sunday morning at via our website and YouTube here https://bellshillcentral.church/watch-live/ or click the image to the left.

Once the live stream is finished it will be uploaded to our YouTube Channel for you to watch later if you missed the live stream and it will also be available on our Catch Up link at the very top of this website.

We hope you will join us!

waiting for our return!

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