Our service for Remembrance Sunday is now available:
On Sunday 3 September 1939, the Elders at what was then St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church in Walton-on-Thames had a arranged for a wireless to be brought into the church, and at around 11.15 am the whole congregation was able to listen to that famous speech by Neville Chamberlain announcing the start of World War Two….
Pause for Thought for 24 March 2021 is now available:
Isaiah 35:1-10 Do you have a minute, Lord? I’m sorry to trouble you, but I’m a bit confused and bothered by what Isaiah had to say. I’m not quite sure what he was getting at. You see, deserts don’t blossom, and the crocuses aren’t out yet, even with the mess we’re making of your climate….
Services have resumed in our church building on Sundays, and you are welcome to join us at 10.30 am (no booking needed), but we are still offering online worship as well. An audio service from the URC is available here: https://devotions.urc.org.uk/#LatestService A video service is available here: https://www.altonmethodist.org.uk/news.html
When you seek me you will find me if you seek me with all your heart. – Jeremiah 29:13 Luke 11:1-4, Ephesians 6:10-20 We are gathered to consider prayer. What’s it all about? Well it’s very important for Christians. It was very important for Jesus, then surely it’s important for us. And yet, as I’ve…
Meeting Jesus in Mark – from open heaven to open tomb Introduction I begin by asking if you know why we have four different gospels? It’s like four newspapers: imagine an account of one event as reported in The Sun, The Guardian, The Daily Telegraph, and The Spectator. All of them would report…