Author: Robin.Kyd

Music to End the Day Sunday, 13 September 2020

In the Lutheran Church, it is common practice for each hymn to be introduced, not by a simple ‘player’ of the tune, but by a fully developed ‘chorale prelude’, either composed or improvised. J.S. Bach wrote hundreds of magnificent chorale preludes, covering every Sunday of the Church’s year and a wide range of liturgical themes. ‘Wenn...

Sermon for Sunday, 13 September 2020

By Revd George Mwaura I am making all things New Isaiah 43: 19a God of time and space, we thank you for gathering us here after such a long time. As we fellowship together and wrestle with your word, speak to us words of consolation, affirmation and love in Jesus’ name. Amen This morning, we could...

Holy Communion for Sunday, 13 September 2020

Preacher and celebrant:     Revd Ernesto Lozada-Uzuriaga   Prelude: Panis Angelicus by César Franck (1872) Welcome Welcome in the name of Christ. God’s mercy, grace and peace be with you. Good morning, Living Stones, and welcome to our Holy Communion Service on the fifteenth Sunday after Trinity. We begin with the Prayer of the Week. Let us pray....

Prayer of the Week 13 September 2020

We come to your house, Lord, to join our sisters and brothers in your praise.
So many people in this world are prevented from worshipping you
or reaching their true potential, by different challenges.
Some are oppressed while others lack confidence in their own abilities.
Use us, Lord, to reach out to them and lift them.
Show them that you love and value them for who they are, not what they have.
You were able to use ordinary people like fishermen and bring out the best in them
in order to spread your word of love, peace, joy and justice.
Be close, now to those on the margins and wrap them in your arms we pray.
Amen

Evening Prayer Friday, 11 September 2020

Today marks the anniversary of the horrifying terrorist attacks nineteen years ago in the USA which have become known as 9/11. Events like this shock people throughout the world, though how they feel and their thoughts about why they happen and how to address the issues which gave rise them may vary considerably. Friday is the...

Morning Prayer Friday, 11 September 2020

Good morning, Cornerstone friends and welcome guests! We begin today with verses from Psalm 143: I call to mind times long past; I think over all you have done. The wonders of your creation fill my mind. I thirst for you like a thirsty land. I lift my outspread hands to you. Lord, answer me soon;...

Evening Prayer Thursday, 10 September 2020

A reading from John’s first letter 11 For this is the message you heard from the beginning: we should love one another. … 14 We know that we have passed from death to life, because we love each other. Anyone who does not love remains in death. … 16 This is how we know what love is: Jesus Christ...

Morning Prayer Thursday, 10 September 2020

Trust in God’s Protection Those who know your name will trust in you, for you, Lord, have never forsaken those who seek you. Psalm 9: 10 NIV® In the opening verse we are reminded of the importance of knowing who God is and trusting in Him. This does not mean that if we trust in God...