Modern Evening Service

On the Second Sunday of each month, at 6pm, in Tweedmouth Church Hall, you are welcome to join us for our Modern Evening Service.  We've been meeting for this for over 3 years now, with the aim of going deeper into God through Word and Worship - and everyone is welcome to come along.

The simple Service of the Word we have is:
  • A block of modern worship songs
  • A meatier sermon than we have time for in the morning
  • A creed and some prayers
  • A song or two to end.
  • An opportunity to be prayed with
Each month, the songs we will sing at our Modern Evening Service will be be embedded on this page, so they can be learnt beforehand.  I have embedded these, rather than downloaded or uploaded anything (so my understanding is that this is OK, as it's just like a link to YouTube).  Sorry that some have adverts (just click the cross to get rid of them).  The numbers correspond to Mission Praise.

Sermons are generally part of a series, which we often try and link in with our homegroups, to give us an opportunity to discuss and explore in a small group. Past ones include the prayers of Jesus, the Psalms, 1 Chapter books of the bible, 1 Thessalonians, the 10 Commandments, the heroes of faith from Hebrews 11, and what does it mean to be Church.    This last year, we've been going through names given to Jesus in Matthew's gospel.  If you are interested in finding out more about our homegroups, see click on our discipleship tab or Contact Us

This month, at the start of the year, our speaker is Linda Chapman and the theme is JESUS: MESSIAH, YET LAMB OF GOD.  The readings are Luke 4 v 14-30 and Matthew 16 v 13 – 17 v 23.  Do click on those links to read them beforehand.  Rena will be leading us on the piano - the songs below are from last month.  If there is time we will update them before Sunday evening, so we can hit the ground worshipping!

425 Look to the skies

605 Soon, and very soon

758 When the Lord in glory comes

835 Great is the darkness

859 I want to serve the purpose of God

930 Sing a song of Celebration

‎1045 From the squalor of a borrowed stable