Sermon Sunday 22 March 2020

As we are unable to meet in person in Newhaven Church, the sermon this Sunday has been prerecorded by Peter at home. Sermons will be posted here each Sunday for 10.30am so that those who are able to listen online, and those who normally listen online from far and wide, can gather to worship together, even if we can’t be with each other in person.

The Lord’s my shepherd, I’ll not want;
He makes me lie in pastures green.
He leads me by the still, still waters,
His goodness restores my soul.

And I will trust in You alone,
And I will trust in You alone,
For Your endless mercy follows me,
Your goodness will lead me home.

He guides my ways in righteousness,
And He anoints my head with oil,
And my cup, it overflows with joy,
I feast on His pure delights.

And though I walk the darkest path,
I will not fear the evil one,
For You are with me, and Your rod and staff
Are the comfort I need to know.

The Lord’s My Shepherd, Stuart Townend Copyright © 1996 Thankyou Music

Other communications are being put in place for those in the congregation unable to access our online resources. Contact information for anyone needing to get in touch during the period of the church building closure is available here – click for contact information.

4 thoughts on “Sermon Sunday 22 March 2020

  1. Donald Heron

    Very good. There was a feeling of being with everyone else. Good sound level – not too loud. I have never listened to a podcast before – we don’t have speakers on the computer so we listened separately on headphones. Please pass on our best wishes to Peter and Leandra.

  2. John Hodge

    Thank you Peter for the message and Jen for the music and making it all happen. I found it most meaningful. John

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