Worship Materials for Sunday 14th June 2020

Below are links to a range of resources that you can use for your worship this week along with your service booklets. The recordings of the liturgy are provided in separate videos, with another video for the message from Ps Andrew.

If you would prefer to watch the recorded service as a whole, it is also available here: Online Service for Sunday 14th June 2020

Opening Song – Bless the Lord O My Soul or Trinity Song

Greeting, Prayer of Preparation and Confession


Readings for 14th June 2020
(Second Sunday after Pentecost)

First Reading: Genesis 18:1-15, 21:1-7

Psalm 16

Second Reading: Romans 5:1-11

Gospel Reading: Matthew 9:35-10:23

Communion (Reserved Sacrament)

Message and Song – “Our Fellowship with the Trinity”

Blessing and Dismissal

Final Song – “Dear Lord and Father of Mankind” or “Look to the Son”

Kids Activity Ideas

Option 1: Place many medical firstaid items on a tray and pass around for a few minutes. Then take the tray away and ask children to write or draw pictures of all the things that they can remember being on the tray. Have discussion about Jesus coming to heal the SICK and how silly it would be to use first aid items if someone was sick or hurting. Option 2: Children can take PICTURES of medical supplies off a tray and glue onto a poster and title it with THE SICK NEED A DOCTOR AND SINNERS NEED JESUS!

Blindfold children and have them reach into a bag of first aid supplies and hand that item to someone else who is blindfolded and see if they can describe and guess what the item is. Let children know that we’ll be talking about who needs a doctor and who needs Jesus!

Let children trace each other on the sidewalk and then each child can draw a bandaid or cast on arm or leg, etc on their tracing. Discussion about our Bible lesson today and being willing to go to those in NEED, to share Jesus’ love.

Let children take turns being blindfolded and trying to stick a bandaid on another child in the room. Have all other children stand around the room very quietly so the blindfolded child won’t know who they are putting the bandaid on. When they DO find a child and stick that bandaid on, let the children try to say today’s Bible verse with the teacher’s help, just leaving out a word here and there for the children to fill in the correct word.