Online Services

Worship & Care

Ongoing pastoral support: Daily encouragement is available here.
Tony K and Hannah J are coordinating our pastoral care for the elderly in our church family. 

Coming out of lockdown - Please continue to pray for the warden team and Church Council, as well as a specially designated team, as we plan how to come out of lockdown as a church. As already communicated, it is unlikely that we will be meeting physically until the last Sunday of July at the earliest. We'll keep you updated as there are developments.

Coffee and chat on Sunday - Are you missing chatting to one another after the service on Sunday? At 12pm each Sunday there'll be mingling via Zoom to give an opportunity to chat. Bring your own coffee! If you'd like to join in please email Steve Wilcox. If you'd like to join in by phone (landline or mobile) then telephone Steve and he'll give you the details of how you can do that. 

Life Groups - Life Groups are meeting virtually.
If you're not yet part of a group then this would be a great time to consider joining - not least because we're aware of our need for Christian fellowship more than ever. Groups meet to study God's word, to share fellowship and to pray for each other. Groups meet on Tuesday afternoon, Tuesday evening and Thursday evening. Do be in touch with Steve Wilcox if you're interested in joining a group. You can find out more about Life Groups here.

Invite a someone to church. It's never been easier to invite a friend, family member or someone you've just met to join us in our Sunday worship - ask if they'd like to join in and send them the link to the online service (www.anlabychurches.org.uk/online)... that's it. Pray that God would lead them to do so.

Church office - In line with government guidance the Church Office is closed and Jo Hepworth will be working from home.Messages can be left on the answerphone at the office and will be picked up periodically. Email messages will be answered as usual. Please could everyone else refrain from going into the office. Jo is happy to do any church-related photocopying which may be needed, if she is gi If you are in need of assistance please do contact the office via the form, rather than the telephone so that your request may be dealt with quicker.

Financial Giving - We trust that many people are being blessed through the ministry of the Anlaby Churches at this difficult time. We are thankful to the many who are continuing to give by standing order, to enable us to continue to operate. Though some of our building costs may have dropped, our staff costs and many other costs continue. For those who usually give by envelope, we would be very grateful if you could consider whether you might set up a standing order (if you are able to or donate online. You can find details of how to do this here

5th July

In preparation for Sunday's service, please find the order of service and notices.
The service will go live for the first time at 9:15am on Sunday
For ease of access, please find links to the songs used in today's service below:
  A Mighty Fortress is our God
  Children: Jesus Strong and Kind
  My Jesus, My Saviour
  O Lord My Rock and My Redeemer
   

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 You can watch the video on YouTube if you are having trouble viewing it here.
 The audio of the sermon for this service can be heard on: Listen Again.
 Taking it further: 
A song to remind, reflect & reassure of themes in Psalm 91: Micah Tyler - Never Been a Moment
A worship song to praise God in response to themes raised in Psalm 91: Leeland - Way Maker

28th June

In preparation for Sunday's service, please find the order of service and notices.
 If you'd like to catch up on the sermon it begins at 18 minutes 35 seconds
For ease of access, please find links to the songs used in today's service below:
  Great is Thy Faithfulness
  Children: A Generous Heart
  Faithful One
  Link to video referenced during the talk: https://vimeo.com/417967639
  Everlasting God

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 You can watch the video on YouTube if you are having trouble viewing it here.
 The audio of the sermon for this service can be heard on: Listen Again.

21st June

In preparation for Sunday's service, please find the order of service and notices.
If you want to catch up on the sermon, it begins at 24 minutes
For ease of access, please find links to the songs used in today's service below:
  Give thanks to the Lord (Forever)
  Children: A Generous Heart
  Grace Unmeasured
  Amazing Grace

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 You can watch the video on YouTube if you are having trouble viewing it here.
 The audio of the sermon for this service can be heard on: Listen Again.

14th June

In preparation for Sunday's service, please find the order of service and notices. The order of service has 7th June at the top, but is correct for this week's service.
 To catch up on the sermon, start the video at 26 minutes 16 seconds
For ease of access, please find links to the songs used in today's service below:
  All Creatures of Our God and King
  Children: Good and Gracious
  Now Thank We All Our God
  Generous King

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 You can watch the video on YouTube if you are having trouble viewing it here.
 The audio of the sermon for this service can be heard on: Listen Again.

7th June

In preparation for Sunday's service, please find the order of service and notices. 
 If you'd like to catch up on the sermon, it starts at 16 minutes 54 seconds.
For ease of access, please find links to the songs used in today's service below:
  God is Working His Purpose Out
  Children: King of me
  God Moves in a Mysterious Way
  Blessed be Your Name

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 You can watch the video on YouTube if you are having trouble viewing it here.
 The audio of the sermon for this service can be heard on: Listen Again.

31st May

In preparation for Sunday's service, please find the order of service and notices. 
 If you'd like to catch up on the sermon, it starts at 23 minutes, 39 seconds
For ease of access, please find links to the songs used in today's service below:
  Breathe on me, Breath of God
  What's in the Bible?
  Children: Our Help
  Spirit of the Living God
  Holy Spirit living breath of God

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 You can watch the video on YouTube if you are having trouble viewing it here.
 The audio of the sermon for this service can be heard on: Listen Again.

24th May

In preparation for Sunday's service, please find the order of service and notices. 
To catch up on the sermon, go to 14 minutes 39 seconds
For ease of access, please find links to the songs used in today's service below:
 Great is Thy Faithfulness
 Children: Jesus Strong and Kind
 Listen: Psalm 13 - Shane and Shane
 Cornerstone
 

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 You can watch the video on YouTube if you are having trouble viewing it here.
 The audio of the sermon for this service can be heard on: Listen Again.

17th May

In preparation for Sunday's service, please find the order of service and notices. 
If you'd like to catch up on the sermon, it starts at 14 minutes 34 seconds
For ease of access, please find links to the songs used in today's service below:
 Everlasting God
 Children: The Good Song (Psalm 34:10)
 Listen: Surrender all
 O Great God
 Sung version of the: Blessing

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 You can watch the video on YouTube if you are having trouble viewing it here.
 The audio of the sermon for this service can be heard on: Listen Again.

10th May

If you'd like to catch up on the sermon, it begins at 13 minutes 56 seconds.
In preparation for Sunday's service, please find the order of service and notices. 
Steve's email was not on the service sheet as said; you send him a message using the form, for: Ablaze, as well as finding out more information about it.


For ease of access, please find links to the songs used in today's service below:
 How Great is Our God  
 Children: The Lord is King 
 The Lord’s My Shepherd 
 Guide Me, O Thou Great Redeemer 

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 You can watch the video on YouTube if you are having trouble viewing it here.
 The audio of the sermon for this service can be heard on: Listen Again.

3rd May

In preparation for Sunday's service, please find the order of service and notices. 
 
To catch up on the sermon, start the video at 12 minutes
For ease of access, please find links to the songs used in today's service below:
 Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven
 Your Love
 How Deep the Father’s Love For Us
 Good, Good Father
 We Declare

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 You can watch the video on YouTube if you are having trouble viewing it here.
 The audio of the sermon for this service can be heard on: Listen Again.
 Taking it further:  When should I pray? All the time, as I have need to become more dependent on my Father in heaven. During a set time each day to become more devoted to him throughout my whole life.

26th April

In preparation for Sunday's service, please find the order of service and notices. 
 
If you're wanting to catch up on the sermon, it starts at 22 minutes 34 seconds
For ease of access, please find links to the songs used in today's service below:
Love Divine, all loves excelling
Generous King
Children: You’re Coming Back
O Great God
All My Days

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 You can watch the video on YouTube if you are having trouble viewing it here.
 The audio of the sermon for this service can be heard on: Listen Again.

19th April

In preparation for Sunday's service, please find the order of service and notices. 
 
If you're wanting to catch up on the sermon, it begins at 26 minutes 8 seconds
For ease of access, please find links to the songs used in today's service below:
Great is Thy Faithfulness
Come and Stand Before Your Maker
Children: Mighty, Mighty Saviour
Yet Not I But Through Christ In Me
I Will Offer Up My Life

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 You can watch the video on YouTube if you are having trouble viewing it here.
 The audio of the sermon for this service can be heard on: Listen Again.

12th April - Easter Sunday

In preparation for Sunday's service, please find the order of service and notices. 
 
If you'd like to catch up on the sermon, it begins at 25 minutes 44 seconds
For ease of access, please find links to the songs used in today's service below:
Jesus Christ is Risen Today
The Greatest Day in History
Children: Jesus is the King
I know that my Redeemer Liveth
See What a Morning
Thine be the Glory

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 You can watch the video on YouTube if you are having trouble viewing it here.
 The audio of the sermon for this service can be heard on: Listen Again.

5th April

In preparation for Sunday's service, please find the order of service and notices. 
 
For ease of access, please find links to the songs used in today's service below:
 Crown him with many crowns 
 Lion and the lamb
 Jesus came to earth
 From heaven you came
 I stand amazed in the presence

During the children's slot, you will be invited to watch the video Jesus entering Jerusalem on a donkey

If you're wanting to catch up on the sermon, it begins at 15 minutes, 34 seconds

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 You can watch the video on YouTube if you are having trouble viewing it here.
 The audio of the sermon for this service can be heard on: Listen Again.
 The transcript of the sermon for delivery is here.
 Taking it further: Evangelism in LockdownThe Gospel of John

March 29th

In preparation for Sunday's service, please find the order of service and notices. 

If you're wanting to catch up on the sermon, it begins at 19 minutes 21 seconds.

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 You can watch the video on YouTube if you are having trouble viewing on here.
 The audio of the sermon for this service can be heard on: Listen Again.
 The transcript of the sermon for delivery is here.
(*New*) Taking it further: Putting the sermon in to practice

March 22nd

From Sunday 22nd March there will be a video available here for us to engage in Worship online. There will also be a transcript available for distribution to those who do not have internet access. Please do print this and distribute to those that you are looking after.

Please find the order of service and notices: 2020-03-22 Service Sheet.pdf, which is to be used to help lead you through the service.

If you're wanting to catch up on the sermon, it begins at 15 minutes 50 seconds.

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Here is a link to the video on the Anlaby Churches YouTube channel if you have difficulty playing the video on the website.

The reading and full sermon can be heard here: Listen Again.