Sermons on Online Services

Our online services broadcast every Sunday in video format and remain available to watch at any time from then on.

Seven Towers Harvest Service

Rob Walrond* discusses this years Harvest with a neigbouring local farmer * Rob is our Diocesan Rural Affairs Advisor This weeks Notice Sheet is available, click here

“Who do you say I am?”

11th Sunday after Trinity James Kendall considers Jesus’s question With acknowledgment to the choir of St Martin’s in the field, for the 1st Hymn

Faith put to the test

Sunday 9th August – Ninth Sunday after Trinity In our service today we look at: Matthew 14: 22-33 “Does Peter’s faith pass the water test?” Click here for this weeks Notice Sheet

“Jesus feeds the crowd”

Seven Towers Service for 2nd August 2020 In our service today we look at Matthew 14: 13-21 Today, our 90 second intro visits other churches of the benefice. We hope you are blessed by this. THIS WEEK’S  NOTICE SHEET You may also like to experience, with John, Harry, Kate & Peter:THIS WEEKEND: HOLIDAY SPECIAL – “NEW WINE” ONLINE – FREE!!All details available at: “NEW WINE”

Free Lunch or Costly Discipleship?

Seven Towers Service for 26th July 2020 In our service this week we look at Matthew 13:31-52. Today’s Reading is by: Bekky, Charlotte & George Mills Our Worship is lead by: Adam Green Our Prayers are lead by: Liz & Andy Kilbride

Seven Towers Service for Sunday 19th July Onwards

Sorry for the late start this morning – a last minute copyright issue prevented the video from being released. This week in our final service in it’s current format we look at “Resisting the sin, loving the sinner”, following the parable of the weeds in Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43. Words for the hymns and reading are not included in the video this week as we are preparing for scaled-down versions of the Seven Towers service for the summer, or other forms…

Seven Towers Service for Sunday 12th July Onwards

Our 7 Towers Service recorded for the Wiveliscombe and the Hills Benefice 12th July is available from 9:15 onwards. Martin spoke on the theme of “Breaking new ground” with the reading Matthew 13: 1-9, 18-23