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How Can I Be Filled With The Holy Spirit?

 

Pancha led our worship this morning on the theme “How Can I Be Filled With The Holy Spirit?”

Frances read John 3:1-8  and Iain spoke on it.  The intercessions were led by Terry.

You can listen to the service here

 

What does the Holy Spirit Do?

Kate led our worship this morning on the theme “What does the Holy Spirit Do?”

Ernie read John 16:5-15 and Roger spoke on it.  The intercessions were led by Derek.

You can hear a recording of the service here

Who is the Holy Spirit?

Pancha led our worship this morning on the theme “Who is the Holy Spirit?”

Fiona read John 14:15-27 and Terry spoke on it.  Jeannie led prayers for the community and the world.

You can hear a recording of the service here

Open-Air Pets’ Service

After a highly successful Fayre on the Church Green on Saturday, organised by the Friends of Axmouth Church, we took advantage of the marquee on Sunday morning to hold an outdoor service for the blessing of pets.

Kate led the service including a thought-provoking (if not totally Biblical!) talk on why we have pets.  Jonathan led the prayers and Iain read the Bible passage from Genesis 1:20-28

You can hear the service here

Pentecost Worship at Axmouth

 

We gathered for worship to mark the fulfilment of Jesus’ promise to send the Holy Spirit after he had ascended into heaven.

Elisabeth led our worship, Jeannie read the passage John 15:26-27, 16:4-15 and Iain spoke on it.  Derek then led the intercessions and Harry accompanied our worship on the organ.

You can hear the service here

Sunday 13 May

Today we marked the period between the Ascension of Jesus and the promised coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost, during which the disciples spent the time in prayer.

Hildegard read and Roger spoke on Jesus’ final prayer for his disciples before the Crucifixion, as recorded in John 17:6-19

Derek led the intercessions while Terry led the service and presided at Holy Communion.

The church was still beautifully decorated with flowers from Sue and Roger’s wedding yesterday and we were delighted that the happy couple were able to join us for our worship before embarking on honeymoon.

Staying home for the next Bank Holiday?

Bring your pets – and a picnic – to Axmouth Church Green

for an open-air Pets Service at 11 o’clock

followed by your own picnic lunch. We’ll provide tea and coffee.

Rogation Sunday: 6 May

May 6 is Rogation Sunday, the day when the Church offers prayer for God’s blessings on the fruits of the earth and the work of those who produce our food. Just as Harvest Festival marks the end of the growing season, so Rogation marks the beginning.

So there will be no morning service in church. Instead we’ll be gathering at 3pm in the appropriate setting of Higher Bruckland Farm. And as well as our service of worship there will be the encouragement of tea, scones, cream, jam and cakes! So do come along and do bring children 🙂

Agape Meal: Sunday 29th April

We gathered this morning in a colder than usual church — the heating boiler had failed temporarily — and our worship included an Agape Meal, symbolic of what the early Christians would share when gathering together as members of the one family of Christ.

You can hear the service here

22 April 2018: Where does the money go?

Neil Williams, Director of Finance for Exeter Diocese, spoke at our morning service and explained how the diocese spends the money we give in our collections.

You can hear the service here