Home Service & Prayer Resources
We are adapting the ways we worship during the Coronavirus pandemic
Service sheets for this week
Here are the details of our Sunday service. And attached are resources to help you worship at home along with the weekly letter containing a sermon.
As in previous weeks, I will send the YouTube link later (once I have uploaded the video).
Services for Sunday 13 June
9.30 am Worship at North Hillingdon led by the Revd Ruth Gee
10.45 am Circuit Zoom Service – log in at https://us02web.zoom.us/join
Meeting ID: 920 4340 8877 and passcode: 694514.
Or dial 020 3481 5237 and then enter the Meeting ID and Password.
11.00 am Worship at Hayes End led by the Revd Ruth Gee
11.00 am Worship at Hayes led by the Revd Ken Kingston
6.00 pm Praise Night at North Hillingdon for all churches led by Ian Hilliard and the Revd Ken Kingston
As always you are welcome to attend any of the services, if you are happy and confident to do so. The number of infections due to the Indian COVID variant are rising. But in church we are doing all we can to keep everyone safe - wearing maks. using hand sanitizer as we enter and leave, and sitting at appropriate distances from one another. This means we can minimise the risk of possible infection.
This week please remember the family and friends of Jalan Woods Bell in your prayers. Jalan was the 15 year old fatally stabbed in Hayes on Friday morning. Alongside them please pray for all victims and perpetrators of knife crime and for anyone who feels they must carry a weapon in order to feel safe. We pray for peace on our streets and in our communities.
God bless you
You can join the morning circuit zoom service at
Meeting ID: 920 4340 8877 Passcode: 694514
You can also join either zoom service through your phone.
Dial 020 3481 5237 or 020 3051 2874.
Enter meeting ID (see above) then # key
You will be asked to enter your participants ID. Ignore this, and just press the # key
Enter the passcode (see above) then the # key.
Attached is the weekly letter and worship material. I will send the YouTube link later.
(020 8756 0567) (email@example.com)
The Circuit @ Prayer
Meeting every Thursday at 9.00 am, there is a circuit weekly prayer meeting on Zoom. It lasts 30 minutes and you can join by using this link:
Meeting ID: 841 6865 9990 Passcode: 296725
Ways to pray Thy Kingdom Come
Prayer and care
As we pray for those we know and love to become followers of Jesus, how could we demonstrate this also in deed (in keeping with social distancing guidelines)? This could mean:
staying in contact, by phone, post or email, saying you are praying for them at this time.
keeping an eye out for anniversaries of life events (eg birthdays, deaths of loved ones)
making sure the people you pray for know how much you value and care for them.
Pray together at regular times
Commit to prayer with others. You could do this over the phone, or internet to hold the people you are praying for in prayer.
Prayer at a particular time of day
Again you could agree a time with some others, or join the group from Hayes End who has committed to pray for a few minutes at 12 noon. I set an alarm to help me remember.
Light up the world in prayer
Jesus Christ is the light of the world and we are called to be the light of the world as we bear His image. In the days of Thy Kingdom Come, light a candle each evening as a sign of prayer and a symbol of hope.
Use the Jesus loves all prayer journal
This has reflections, Bible verses and actions, with space for your own thoughts and prayers.
For families, there is the Thy Kingdom Come Prayer Adventure Map. This has games, videos and activities for children and young people. You can download this from:
Find out more at www.thykingdomcome.global.
Supporting each other
Are you in touch with people from the church?
Praying and Worshipping Together
There’s a saying that a church that prays together stays together. We may not be together in one place, but we can still pray together.
Phone (020 8756 0567) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) me your prayers and we can share them and continue to pray together.
To help with your Bible studies, please visit https://www.methodist.org.uk/our-faith/the-bible/a-word-in-time/
A Word in Time is the Methodist's Church online daily Bible study. It features a daily bible reading, information on the reading and questions regarding the readings. Thoughts and reflections will be offered on the passages each week.
Bible readings for 13th June: Mark 4: 26 - 34