This is the last worship from our friends at Open the Book for this school year.
We have missed seeing them 'in person' in school and really look froward to when we can welcome them back into the building to share with us again!
In this final Values worship of the year, we focus on the value of respect and that we should all show respect - no matter where, no matter who and no matter what. We focus on the football and the amazing work of the England Men's team, and the teamwork, dedication and respect they have…
This is the last in our series of worships looking at truth and truthfulness and this week we are considering the quite tricky thing of being honest when it might hurt someone else's feelings. The important thing is how we share the truth, we share it in a loving way that…
This week in his worship, Rev McHaffie is guiding us to think about what we do that makes God sad and what he wants us to do about it.
In this worship we learn about God's 10 Commandments which were given to God's people through Moses, and we focus in particular on the commandment which says, 'Honour your father and mother....' We think about how we can show respect to those who care for us, and the members of our family.
This week in our worship we learn about real treasure! Too many people go searching for gold and jewels and belongings to consider them as treasure. Jesus taught us that there is an even better treasure than that!
This week, Rev Dan is helping us to recap the story so far and leads us through Mark's Gospel and Chapter 15 with the amazing things that Jesus did for everyone.
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In this worship about our school value of respect we look to the very beginning of the Bible for our inspiration this morning We see how God was pleased with the world he had created - it was good. He asked the first people to look after and respect the world he had made. So - God said we should…
Welcome to this week's worship thinking more about truth and truthfulness.
This week we are thinking about the dilemmas we face - sometimes we are tempted to make the wrong choice because it allows us to do something we want to do but is that the right thing to do?
This week, Reverend Alistair is teaching us about Nehemiah and how he brought God's message to His people that they needed to change their ways.
In this worship we continue with the theme of respect. Thinking about why it is important that we respect ourselves. We look at the Bible and see that:
...we are 'fearfully and wonderfully made'.
'God created us in His own image'
'God knows even the number of hairs on our…
In this week's worship, we are delving back into the Old Testament and the story of Jacob and Esau. They were twin brothers but were very, very different and their story involved some pretty big lies with some devastating consequences...