First Monday of the Month
What is Memory Worship and Who is it For?
Memory Worship is held monthly using a consistent and informed group of volunteers.
Worship can be a channel for recalling the past, creating feelings of comfort, familiarity and spiritual fulfilment. We all have a continuing need to worship and experience a loving encounter with God and the afternoon takes a regular pattern of welcome; singing well know hymns, reading familiar passages of scripture and saying the Lord's Prayer together.
Following the service which last for 30 minutes, the afternoon then leads in to a craft activity and hospitality, which provide an opportunity for conversation to reinforce the theme of the service.
Everyone is welcome.
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