Sermons from May 2020

Seven Towers Service for Sunday 31st May onwards

Join us for our next Seven Towers Service at Pentecost the Birthday of the church. “Rejoicing in the freedom of the Holy Spirit” – our reading is Acts Ch 2 v. 1-11 Our services will now be available from 9.15am on Sundays, and as always, they will remain available at any point from then onwards. We hope to have more content available during the week from here on too, look out for this on a combination of the church website and our St…

Personal View Audio Series: Pentecost – Hot and Cold

Personal View Audio Series is an occasional quiet reflection – words, music and prayer, lasting about 30 minutes, with Sunday evening in mind but available for listening any time. In this recording we look at Pentecost – Hot and Cold. Please email feedback@summit.me.uk with any comments. There is a Zoom meeting for discussion of any faith issues on Tuesdays at 2pm. If you are interested in joining the discussion please email zoom@summit.me.uk

Seven Towers Service for Sunday 24th May onwards

This week saw Ascension Day on Thursday, so we celebrate ascension as our theme for the brand new “Seven Towers Service” this week. “Father, the hour has come. Glorify your Son, that your Son may glorify you. John 17:1b Our services will now be available from 9.15am on Sundays, and as always, they will remain available at any point from then onwards. We hope to have more content available during the week from here on too, look out for this on…

Sunday @ 6 Service for 10th May 2020

This week we follow John 14:1-14 where Jesus talks with the disciples about how the way to Father is through him. “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me. John 14:6 We also end our service with a recording of “The UK Blessing” – a blessing over the UK put together by over 65 churches from around the country.

Sunday @ 6 Service for 3rd May 2020

This week we explore the Risen Christ, our gatekeeper and Shepherd. We read from John 10:1-10 – Jesus’ account of himself as the Sheep, Sheepfold and Shepherd.