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  • Writer's pictureMatt Beaney


If you missed Sunday's broadcast, please catch up by following the link below. (For the foreseeable future, we be running our Sunday morning services digitally. Please go to our website on Sundays at 10:30 to join in)

'Sing for joy to God our strength; shout aloud to the God of Jacob! Begin the music, strike the timbrel, play the melodious harp and lyre. (Psalm 81:1-2)

Are you still singing? Even during this time of isolation, are you and I still singing your praise to God? The Father loves to hear our worship. Worship, lifts our eyes off of ourselves and onto our great King.

Don't disqualify yourself; why not sing a new song to God?




Do you have any funny or interesting experiences of trying to grow something?

Introduction - please read in your group

Please read Read Genesis 37:18-33

On Sunday our message was entitled, ‘The power is in the seed’. Joseph was like a seed. He was sown in a kind of death as he was put into the cistern and sold into slavery in Egypt. Joseph will achieve salvation for his family who deserve nothing.

This account is a prefiguring of the gospel. Jesus, like Joseph, will die for those who deserve nothing.

Jesus, like Joseph, will achieve everything for us.

God wants to teach us that our salvation, transformation, all our good works are a result of the power of 'the seed' - Jesus working in and through us.

This, of course, does not encourage passivity. If we have truly received Jesus, His power will work in us in a far greater way than thinking that we are are responsible for everything.

Please read Mark 4:26-28

The power is in the seed - Jesus has died, He's risen, He's working to complete the restoration of all things.

Discuss together (Before getting into smaller groups)

Some of us find it very difficult to talk about what Jesus is doing. The victory He is winning. We are the kind of people that spend little time worshipping because we feel that we need to quickly move on to 'productivity' in praying for things or doing things. Are you more focussed on your failures, your weakness, what you must do, rather than rejoicing in the power of Jesus who is achieving God’s plans?

Discuss/share/pray in smaller groups:

  • What is the Holy Spirit speaking to you about (maybe from Sunday's message)?

  • What will you do in response?

  • How can we pray for you?


This week, as I hope you've seen in the Church News, we are praying for our Community Groups. Community Groups are so important in connecting together in building friendships and strengthening our relationship with God.

At this time of not being able to meet together as we usually do, it is so good that we are able to meet online in smaller groups.

Prayer points for this week:

  • For each leader, as they faithfully serve in leading their group.

  • That each person would be encouraged and encourage others in their group.

  • That our faith would be strengthened as we share Gods word together.

  • That we would see growth and more groups starting.

  • For more leaders.


  • Please share from this week’s Church News

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