In this week’s Gospel reading from John 10.1-10 Jesus speaks of a shepherd whose sheep know his voice and follow him away from danger. The Pharisees do not understand that Jesus is referring to himself. He also says that he is the gate of the sheepfold, and whoever enters by him will be saved.
In a time when there are many people trying to influence us to do or buy or adopt a certain lifestyle, Jesus reminds us that he knows us and we, by knowing him, can have life in abundance. (Copyright: Roots)
We are looking forward to celebrating Easter 4 on Sunday 30th April at 10.30 with Rev.Augustine Ihm from St. James and Emmanuel, Didsbury. Our service will take place in Church. Readings and intercessions from the St. Nick’s team. Our assistant organist, Elizabeth Bray will accompany the hymns and lead the music.
|O.T||229||Grace Manley||How deep the father’s love for us|
|Acts 2:42-47||54||Be still my soul the Lord is at your side|
|N.T||230||Molly Popplewell||442||Seek ye first the kingdom of God|
|1 Peter 2:19 – 25||287||Just as I am without one plea|
|Gospel||231||Margaret Vessey||52||Be still and know that I am God|
|John 10: 1-10||186||Great is they faithfulness,|
This service will be broadcast live from 10.30am. You can access the service via our church website: www.st-nicholas-church.org.uk.