Parish News

The latest Parish News can be downloaded as a PDF from uplyme.com.

Sunday 11th February

We continue our Prayer Series this Sunday with the theme “Prayer – Intercession: Your kingdom come” and the reading is Exodus 17:8-13.  Morning worship starts at 10am and there will be no Junior Church as it is half term. At 6pm our more traditional and reflective evening worship will start with the same theme and reading as the morning worship. Communion will be during evening worship.

Adventure Church

Good weather forecast for this Sunday afternoon so here’s the plan for Adventure Church… The theme is ‘Life off the Beaten Track’ and we will meet at Langdon Hill Car park, by Golden Cap, at 1.45pm. Please bring: waterproofs and gear suitable for walking up Golden Cap, and doing some off the beaten track orienteering-esque games, a drink and snacks, a map of the area and compass if you have one. (Don’t worry if not) We aim to finish by 4pm. Look forward to seeing you all there!

Sunday 4th Febraury

We continue our Prayer Series this Sunday with the theme “Prayer – Petition: Give us this Day” and the reading is Luke 11: 5-10.  Morning worship starts at 10am and communion will be held. Junior Church will be having an Adventure Church in the afternoon. And at 6pm our more traditional and reflective evening worship will start with the same theme and reading as the morning worship.

Sunday 28th January

 

This Sunday we are starting our Prayer Series. The theme this week is “Prayer- Adoration: Our Father” and the reading is Psalm 104. Morning Worship starting at 10am is all age and communion will be held at the more reflective 6pm evening worship.

At 3pm we will also be holding our service for those who forget and their carers. This is a shorter service and invite all those who wish to worship but may find the regular Sunday worships a bit too long or hard to follow.

Sunday 21st January

This Sunday we continue our theme of Home Groups. One of our home group leaders will be speaking during morning worship, starting at 10am. Junior Church is will be looking at the topic Mega Designs. The evening worship, starting at 6pm, is a more peaceful and reflective worship and we will be asking, “Is the Bible still relevant today?” The  reading will be Hebrews 4:12. Communion will be held during the morning worship.

A Series of Talks During Lent

In this series of talks we will be exploring different spiritual traditions in our Christian heritage, our Christian roots in Judaism and a talk on gaining a greater understanding of Islam

Lent Course

Uplyme Church, 7.30pm

Feb 21 and 28

March 7, 14, 21

Sunday 14th January

This Sunday we continue our theme of Home Groups. One of our home group leaders will be speaking during morning worship, starting at 10am.Junior Church is will be looking at the topic The Fancy Party. The evening worship, starting at 6pm, is a more peaceful and reflective worship and we will be asking, “What is the main message of the Bible?” The  reading will be Romans 10: 8-17. Communion will be held during the evening worship.

Lionel Handy Concert

7 January

Happy New Year!

The theme for both our morning worship starting at 10am and our evening worship, which starts at 6pm, is Home Groups. Communion will be held during morning worship. Junior Church is back after the break over Christmas with the topic The Assistant.

Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Years Eve

At 10am on Christmas Eve we will be having Morning Worship at our usual 10am time. There will be no 6pm service; instead, join us at 11pm for our Midnight Communion service, led by Revd Ann Stuckey. There will be readings of John 1: 1-14 and traditional Christmas songs.

On Christmas Day at 10am we will have our Christmas Morning Service, to which all are welcome. This is a short, informal service in which we will have the reading Luke 2: 1-14.

On New Years Eve we will have morning worship starting at 10am and a more traditional evening service with communion starting at 6pm. The theme for both worships is “The Shepherds Visit The Manger” and there will be a reading of Luke 2: 15-21.

We at Uplyme Church wish you all a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year