This week’s Home Brewed Worship provides you all a number of ways to enter into prayer and to explore the story. If you’re at home with family, a partner, a friend or a spouse please consider working through some of this with them. If you’re alone, consider phoning someone else and inviting them to join you in worship and prayer.
A special thanks to Margaret Reeson for her work on compiling the order of service for worshipping at home.
Carve out some space sacred space in your home, perhaps you have candle, some colourful material, a cross, a bible, some pictures of the world, artwork or images of Jesus…
You don’t need to use all of this material, nor do you need to do it all in one sitting, perhaps some of these prayers and music can travel with you throughout the week. Use the material as part of daily exercises, music to carry you through the week, reflections to ponder as you walk or stay at home.
For some your focus may be to hear the gospel preached, others the gospel sung, while others may want to find a practice that they can enter into over the course of the week to make space for the Holy Spirit to work on us.
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Order Of Service
Home Brewed Worship Resources for Families
Singing the Scripture
Here is a playlist of songs that you can listen to this week that explore themes in this week’s scripture readings.
Prayers and Liturgical Reflections
Visual reflections for this week
Racism and Reconciliation, a reflection by Rev John Squires
By The Well’s podcast on this weeks Genesis reading, Laughter, Hope & Hospitality
a reflection on this weeks Genesis Reading by Sara Koenig