Engage!

Welcome to our new Sunday Morning spot!  Here you can find the video of our most recent streamed service.  If you'd like to join us in person for our 10am Sunday Service in Ripley, you'd be very welcome, but because we are limited to a congregation of 20 at the moment it really helps if you can let us know in advance; the easiest way of doing that is to fill out this form.

You can download our 'original '"Peace be with you" colouring page here,  or our new 'candle' version here once you've coloured it please send a picture of you holding it up to paul@theunitedbenefice.org and we can add you in to our peace montage in our service.

Finally, at the very bottom you can find a series of articles trying to seek towards some answers to the big questions posed by our current situation, like 'Is God Angry?', and 'Are we being punished?'.  These are offered as first thoughts, not final answers.

 

Services

Our live services will appear here, 10am on Sunday Mornings and stay here through the week.  Morning Prayer should be here at 9am Monday-Friday.
You might find a blank screen saying 'video unavailable' if you arrive here a bit early on a morning, as we move from one video to the next - but refresh around the start time and you should find the live service appears!

Videos of our latest daily morning prayer (Mon-Fri) can be found below.

Sunday  22nd November 2020

You might find a blank screen saying 'video unavailable' if you arrive here a bit early on a morning, as we move from one video to the next - but refresh around the start time and you should find the live service appears!

Morning Prayer 24th November 2020

You might find a blank screen saying 'video unavailable' if you arrive here a bit early on a morning, as we move from one video to the next - but refresh around the start time and you should find the live service appears!

Service Sheets

Our Sunday Morning service now has words onscreen, so there is no need to download a service sheet to join in.  For our midweek services you might find the following helpful:

Big Questions