WORSHIP FROM THE RECTORY - last updated 19th September 2021 at 1.20am
The Audio PODCAST, service sheet, and sermon for the 16th Sunday after Trinity - 19th Sept
are now available to download.
Keep scrolling down this page until you find them.
The Good Shepherd wall painting from Lincoln Cathedral
Rev Chris has been putting together a service sheet with hymns, prayers, readings, and a sermon every Sunday and a few special holy days since March 2020 so you can continue worship with us within the comfort and warmth of your own home or garden. Thanks to Andy Mellett Brown from 'Heckington Living Community Radio' the services which Rev Chris records at home are broadcast on this internet radio station each Sunday at 11am. Just Google 'Heckington Living Community Radio' and you should find it. Afterwards it has been broadcast an audio PODCAST is available to download from this website (usually at 12 noon on the day of broadcast). For a copy of any of the PODCASTs, service sheets, or the sermons since March 2020 click on the links below.
Each week members of our ministry team and others send in the intercessions as they usually do for church services and as well as those written by Rev Chris, Rev Stephen, Canon Beverley or David Stark send in a written sermons which Rev Chris reads out in the service. Since we started these radio services at the end of March quite a library of sermons and audio PODCASTS has been building up so you can return to them to enjoy again or catch up with those you missed. Just keep scrolling down until you find the ones you are looking for, they are in descending order with the oldest at the top.
SERVICE SHEETS inc sermon and hymn words beginning with the oldest first
SERMONS (printed version only)
Sermon for First Sunday after Trinity (Year B) 2021 - 'Corruption - an evil that effects us all' by Rev Chris
Sermon for Third Sunday after Trinity (Year B) 2021 - 'Power of God triumphs in adversity' by Rev Stephen
Sermon for 3rd Sunday after Trinity (Year B) 2021 - 'Facing giants in the armour of God' by Rev Chris
Sermon for Fifth Sunday after Trinity (Year B) 2021 - 'Nothing straightforward with God' by Rev Chris
Sermon for the 7th Sunday after Trinity (Year B) 2021 - 'God is not in a Temple made with hands' by Rev Chris
Sermon for the Eighth Sunday after Trinity (Year B) 2021 - 'Lights, camera, roll, action' by Rev Chris
Sermon for the Ninth Sunday after Trinity (Year B) 2021 - 'Confrontation, Conviction, Contrition' by Rev Chris
Sermon for the Tenth Sunday after Trinity 2021 - 'David introduces music into the worship of God' by Rev Chris
Sermon for the 11th Sunday after Trinity 2021 - 'Incest rape & murder in the royal household' by Rev Chris
AUDIO PODCASTS FROM RADIO BROADCASTS
The Sunday Radio services are put together by Rev Chris, featuring sermons and prayers written by him and others in our group of parishes. They feature songs and hymns you can sing along with, or listen to as well. There is now quite a library of recordings if you want to go back and listen again. Our thanks go to Andy Mellett Brown of Heckington Living Community Radio for coming up with idea of an Internet Radio station for our village and making these Sunday service broadcasts possible.
The station broadcast lots of other interesting programmes made by local people, so do have a listen. This also includes 'Sounds on the Sunny Side' - which follows the Sunday Service each week. It is an hour or so of music from the past 50 years chosen by Rev Chris to enjoy whilst you prepare your Sunday lunch. It is repeated on Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 9am.
HECKINGTON LIVING COMMUNITY RADIO LINK :
Google - 'Heckington Living Community Radio'.
HOW TO LISTEN TO THE PODCASTS
To hear the Sunday Service PODCASTS that were originally broadcast on Heckington Living Community Radio double click on the particular link below. It will automatically down load the service to your computer or tablet. Then go to the downloads menu of your computer or tablet and when you find it click on it and it should begin to play using your computers audio system which may need the volume turned up. Enjoy.