Sunday 5th July - John 9:1-7

Welcome to the TP online service for Sunday 5th July 2020

  • Notices are at the end of the morning worship
  • Hymns are suggested for reading/singing in your morning worship. These are all available with music in the Christian Hymns app, to which the numbers below refer (details of the app are on our Online resources page and I recommend the paid for version which costs 99p). Alternatively, use your own hymn book or look online to find the words and music or to choose your own hymns
  • Our list of suggestions for how we can pray during the crisis caused by the pandemic is available online. Please click here to view it.

Morning, 11.00

  • Read Psalm 96:7-9
  • Hymn: Christ is our cornerstone (4) and/or O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness (26)
  • Prayer: Praise and thank our Heavenly Father, God of grace and mercy, and His Son Jesus Christ, our Lord and Saviour
  • Read Isaiah 42:1-17
  • Prayer: Bring your own requests to the Lord with thanksgiving
  • Hymn: Come, gracious Spirit (328) and/or Tell me the old, old story (563)
  • Watch the video below by clicking on the play arrow in the centre of the thumbnail. The text for the sermon is John 9:1-7
  • Spend a little more time responding to the Lord in prayer
  • Hymn: Jesus! the name high over all (171) and/or Amazing grace! (487)
  • Check the notices below


Evening, 6.30

If you are able then join us for our Sunday evening Zoom@TP service. In the text for tonight, Paul tells us not to be anxious about anything! Philippians 4:6-7. We shall also have time for prayer and be led in singing the hymns and songs, 'I know not why God's wondrous grace', 'I stand amazed in the presence of Jesus the Nazarene', 'When I feel the touch of your hand upon my life', 'Wonderful grace' and 'What a friend we have in Jesus'.

The meeting number and PIN are the same as we use for our Tuesday evening prayer meeting. Please contact Martin if you need a reminder. If you can't join us, then do try to set aside time for private prayer and intercession.