Welcome to Virtual Church
Kenton Baptist Church
Sunday 17th May
Service includes Communion
Call to Worship
While we are unable to meet together physically, we hope you will be encouraged to draw close to God through the message, readings and songs on this page and to join us in worshipping our God.
In Psalm 90 we read: "Lord, you have been our dwelling place in all generations. Before the mountains were brought forth or ever you had formed the earth and the world, from everlasting to everlasting you are God." This is God! He always has been and always will be; He is good, faithful and unchanging, which is why we can trust Him completely. He is our hope and wants to be the source of our strength.
The Bible also tells us that Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever (Hebrews 13 v 8) - He still saves, still heals, still cleanses and still forgives. Let's lift up His name this morning, bring Him our praise and allow Him to have His way among us, for we serve a mighty God!
Our Bible Reading is taken from Isaiah 40 v 28 - 31
Read by Marina.
led by Mark.
Let us also pray for those we know of personally who are in need at this time.
Father, we come to worship You in spirit and truth, we bow before You. Our desire is to know You more, to honour You and to worship You with all that we are. Lord Jesus, thank You for the forgiveness and freedom You won for us and thank You for Your love and mercy. We come to give You the glory due to Your name, for there is no name that is higher, stronger or mightier than Yours that is worthy of all our worship and adoration.
Prayer : Father,Thankyou for Your Word that teaches us, corrects us, builds us up and encourages us. We pray that our hearts will be responsive to what You say to us. Holy Spirit please bring us to the place today where our spirits are touched by the transforming power of God so that we can be more like Jesus. Have Your way in us, Lord. Amen
Pastor Steve's Message.
40 v 28 - 31
For this part of the service, we invite you to have bread and wine ready to take part in this act of remembrance. We come to the foot of the cross again for mercy, cleansing and forgiveness and to surrender our lives once more to the King of Kings.