Sunday 7th June and more

5th June 2020

Dear Brothers and Sisters,

In Psalm 8 David writes: “O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth!… When I consider your heavens, the work of your fingers, the moon and the stars, which you set in place, what is mankind that you are mindful of them?”

We are so small compared to the Lord God and yet we are known and loved. We are so weak compared to the awesome, powerful Lord and yet he uses that power to protect and care for us. We are so limited in our wisdom and understanding compared to our all-knowing, eternal, limitless God. It is good to take refuge in this Lord God, to rest in his everlasting arms! You can trust him to know what is best and to do it.

Sunday 7th June
Our 10am Sunday service will be available as usual on the church website:

This Sunday we continue the sermon series in Mark 7-8 as we see what it was like to meet Jesus in different situations.  This week: ‘What happens when Jesus meets genuine faith’ (Mark 7:24-30).

As the service on Sunday is an All-Age service, there will be no Family Bible time. This will resume on Sunday 14th June.

Following the service there will be the usual opportunity to meet together at 11.30am using Zoom, to catch up and pray together.

Photos & Videos
It would be lovely to see what you’ve been up to.  It’s a way of staying in touch when we can’t meet together.  So please send us your photos and videos (20 seconds max.) so they can be shown in the Sunday service.  Please remember that they will then stay on the website, and check what you have in the background!  This week, please send them to Andy Martin via email ( or WhatsApp.

Thought for the Week
Please follow this link to follow the Thought for the Week on our website:

Daily Prayer
This week there will be the opportunity to pray together for 20 minutes: 12.30pm Monday to Friday, with a short Bible reflection and then open prayer.

June Prayer Gathering: 8.00pm, Wednesday 10th June
Please do be planning to join us for the June Prayer Gathering via Zoom.

St Germain’s Foodbank. We want to continue to support St Germain’s as they food several hundred people each week. Thank you for those who have been baking or have contributed supplies. Please drop off any contributions this week at Andy Martin’s or Paul Coley’s by Thursday evening.

And finally… may the everlasting Lord, the Creator of the ends of the earth, who sets his glory above the heavens, may this God care for you, comfort, strengthen and support you.

Yours warmly, in Christ,

Andy Martin
(Associate Minister)