As we cannot gather together currently we are updating this page regularly with reflections and acts of worship.
We have 2 acts of worship each week. Sunday Worship which goes live at 10am and can be found below. And Morning Prayer at 10am on a Wednesday on Zoom (please contact us for details).
Feast of St Luke
Samuel leads our worship as we celebrate the life of St Luke ‘the beloved Physician’, and Jeremy preaches about healing. This morning we also pray for all those who need healing, particularly due to Coronavirus, and for our healthcare workers.
Trinity VIII Eucharist
Jeremy leads our Eucharist from St Mary’s Magor and Samuel preaches about how we not only need to say yes to God, but also follow through in our actions.
Samuel and Jeremy lead our service from outside St Mary’s Wilcrick as we give thanks for God’s good gifts to us. Archdeacon Sue Pinnington is our guest preacher.
Samuel’s First Eucharist
Following his Ordination as Priest yesterday, our Curate Samuel celebrates the Eucharist for the first time.
Trinity XV Eucharist
Jeremy leads our Eucharist from St Mary’s Magor and Hilary preaches about Jesus’ parable of the workers and how the first will be last and the last first.
Trinity XIV Worship
Samuel leads our worship from St Mary Magdalene’s Goldcliff and preaches about forgiveness and why we should even forgive at all.
Trinity XIII Eucharist
Jeremy leads our Eucharist from St Thomas’ Redwick and preaches about Jesus’ words about dealing with conflict in the Church and how it offers us a better path than bottling it all up.
Trinity XII Worship
Samuel leads our worship from St Mary’s Undy and preaches about how we respond when Jesus says things we don’t like or that make us uncomfortable.
Trinity XI Eucharist
Jeremy leads our Eucharist from St Mary’s Magor and preaches about Jesus’ question to his disciples ‘who do you say that I am?’ and how we might respond.
Worship for the Feast of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Samuel leads our worship from St Mary’s Llanwern as we celebrate the Patronal Festival of a number of our buildings. Mandy preaches about Mary’s yes to become the Mother of Jesus.
Trinity IX Eucharist
Hilary leads our Eucharist from St Martin’s in Llanmartin and Samuel preaches about keeping our eyes on God during the storms and difficulties of life.
Trinity VIII Worship
This week we are in St Thomas’ Redwick as Samuel leads our service and Jeremy thinks about the feeding of the 5000 and how Jesus responds to the unexpected.
Feast of Mary Magdalene Eucharist
Jeremy leads our Eucharist fro St Mary Magdalene’s Church in Goldcliff as we celebrate their patronal festival. Samuel preaches about what we can learn from Mary about recentering our lives around Jesus.
Trinity VI Worship
Samuel leads our worship from St Mary’s in Nash and Jeremy preaches on the problem of evil using Jesus’ parable of the weeds.
Trinity V Eucharist
Rev. Jeremy leads our Eucharist from St Mary’s Magor and Rev Samuel preaches from Romans 8 about the contrast between life in the flesh and life in the Spirit.
Sea Sunday Service
Rev. Jeremy leads our annual Sea Sunday service from St Mary’s Undy as we think about our oceans and those who work at sea. Jeremy also preaches about Jesus’ calming of the storm and the storms in our own lives today.
Trinity III Eucharist
Rev. Jeremy leads our Eucharist and Rev. Hilary preaches about hard questions and sharing our faith.
An order of service for the Eucharist can be found on our ‘Praying at Home’ page.
Fathers Day All-Age Worship
Rev. Samuel, assisted by members of Club Rock, leads our All-Age Worship as we celebrate Fathers Day and think about God out Heavenly Father.
Trinity I Eucharist
On this, the first Sunday of the Trinity Season, Rev. Jeremy leads our Eucharist and preaches about Jesus empowering his disciples for service. An order of service for the Eucharist can be found on the ‘Praying at Home’ page.
Trinity Sunday Worship
Rev. Samuel leads our worship for Trinity Sunday and Rev. Jeremy preaches on the Trinity using Rublev’s icon.
Rev. Jeremy leads our Eucharist as we celebrate Pentecost together and Rev. Samuel preaches on the Holy Spirit as the one who enables us to do what God calls us to do.
Thy Kingdom Come Reflections
Between Ascension and Pentecost a number of the Ministry Team gave short (around 6 minute) reflections about the Holy Spirit and praying ‘Thy Kingdom Come’. All the reflections are available in the window below, to navigate to the different reflections click the 3 lines in the top right hand corner of the window to bring up a drop down menu of the videos.
Easter 7 Eucharist
Rev. Jeremy leads us in the Eucharist and reflects on waiting as we await Pentecost next week.
Ascension Day Eucharist
Rev. Jeremy leads us in the Eucharist as we celebrate Christ’ Ascension into Heaven and Rev. Samuel reflects on what this means for us as Christians.
Easter 6 Worship
Rev. Samuel leads our worship and Rev. Jeremy preaches.
Easter 5 Eucharist
Rev. Jeremy leads us in the Eucharist as we continue to celebrate Easter together.
Easter 4 Worship
Rev. Samuel leads our worship reflecting on Christ the Good Shepherd.
Easter 3 All-Age Eucharist
Rev. Jeremy and Club Rock lead us in our Eucharist, reflecting on the death and resurrection of Jesus.
Easter 2 Worship
Rev. Jeremy leads our worship as we continue to celebrate Christ’s resurrection.
Easter Sunday Eucharist
Rev. Jeremy leads us in the Eucharist and Rev. Samuel shares some thoughts on Easter.
The Easter Vigil
We gather around the fire to hear the stories of Salvation and proclaim that Christ is risen.
An order of service can be found here.
Members of the Ministry Team lead us in reflecting on Jesus’ journey from the Garden of Gethsemane to the Cross at Golgotha.
Order of service can be found here.
Station images by @katyamycreative
Rev. Jeremy reflects on the Last Supper and 7 actions which take place during the course of this evening. We invite you to join us this evening in spending time in quiet and in prayer, keeping watch with Jesus in the garden.
As we begin Holy Week together Rev. Jeremy leads us in the Eucharist and Rev. Hilary shares a reflection on today.
Rev. Jeremy leads us in morning prayer with a reflection on Jesus as ‘the resurrection and the life’ and what that might mean to us today.
Feast of the Annunciation (Lady Day)
Rev. Jeremy reflects on today’s feast (25/03/20).
Lent 4 / Mothering Sunday
Our Curate Samuel reflects on Jesus seeing His mother standing beside the cross.