Festival Worship

Part of our Online Festival October 2020. More information.

Matt Weeks and Joel Payne, from Resound Worship, sang live from their new Doxecology album.

Matt was with us on Saturday morning, and Joel on Sunday morning. https://resoundworship.org/

Friday 23rd October

5pm-6pm Green Christian Annual Members’ Meeting.  

Revd Ruth Newton lead us in prayer at the start and end of our AMM.

Ruth is associate priest at St John’s, Sharrow and lay training officer for the Ripon area. As a theological response to the ecological crisis she set up   https://www.greeningthelectionary.net/

9pm Evening Prayer on Friday and Saturday evenings was led by Martin Davis.

Martin is co-ordinator of Cheltenham’s Green Christian Group. He recently set up the Group’s  ecumenical half hour of informal “Climate Prayer” from 1-1.30 every other Thursday via Zoom.

Saturday 24th October

10am Worship: “Nature and imagination and building a better future”.

Recorded worship led by Gina Hoff, with live songs and music from Matt Weeks of Resound and a reflection from Jono Retallick and Joel Payne.

Revd Gina Hoff is one of Green Christian’s chaplains. She is a  Presbyter in the  Frimley Green and Cove Methodist Churches and has joint oversight of a Fresh Expression of church at ‘The Chapel’ in Ash Vale in the Hants Surrey Border Circuit.

Sunday 25th October  

10am Worship: “Re-imagining the promised Land”

Recorded Worship led by Andrew Norman, with live songs and music from Joel Payne of Resound and a meditation from Wilderthorn.

Revd Andrew Norman is one of Green Christian’s chaplains. He has recently retired from parish work and is now working as a counsellor in Devon.

Final Prayer to end our Festival

The final prayer to end our festival was led by Revd Dr Chris Walton. Chris is Chair of The Ringsfield Hall Trust. https://ringsfield-hall.co.uk/, part of the Education Team at Lea Brook Valley CIO and former editor of Green Christian magazine.



Author: Ruth Jarman | Date: 16 October, 2020 | Category: GC Events | Comments: 0

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