Here is this morning’s recording of Sunday Worship for Mountsorrel & Swithland. We had significant zoom connection issues this morning, so if you were one of those who were not able to join us live, you can follow the service here.
It was lovely to see so many of you at Zoom Church this morning. For those who were not able to join us, here is the recording of the service. The hymns have been omitted for copyright reasons. Our preacher this morning was Revd Darren Walker. The service was led by Revd Colin Resch.
For those who were not able to join us for our Zoom Church at Home service this morning, here is the recording. Sadly there were a few issues with the recording of visuals so the responses are not displayed. I’m sure you’ll find it worth watching though. Our service was led by Revd Darren Walker, the preacher was Mr Gary Lee.
Watch our Easter Celebration service as St Leonard’s Church, Swithland joined with Christ Church & St Peter’s Church, Mountsorrel to celebrate the resurrection of our Saviour, Jesus Christ. The hymns have been missed out for copyright reasons. Please accept our apologies for the quality of sound on Reverend Colin’s microphone – we don’t really know what went wrong there. We were going to edit out the first five minutes of video, but found it such a joy to listen to, so we left it in. Enjoy.
On Good Friday, 10th April 2020, we would normally at St Leonard’s for an act of worship. This year, unable to meet in the Church, we met on Zoom to spend an hour before the cross. Enjoy our service of readings, prayer and silence.
We were not able to gather together as usual for our Palm Sunday service, so we met as Church at Home via Zoom. This was a new experience for many of us and the results of our service are available for all to see:
It is with great sadness that we have had to make the decision to suspend all Church events and acts of public worship (including Sunday services) until further notice.
However, this does not stop our worship of God. We can continue to pray, to find inspiration from Scripture, hymns and music on the internet. We can love and serve our neighbour and keep an eye out for those in need.
If you need help during this time of crisis, please send a message or contact Colin Resch on 0116 429 9946 and we will do what we can to assist you. Love and blessings.