Church Online

Church Online

Church Online was our attempt at a weekly online service as we were unable to meet in our building during the lockdown. All our online services are below and are just links to our YouTube Channel. Please subscribe if you can. Church Online has now been replaced by Church Inside, which is a video of our Sunday morning service, it is usually published on Sunday evening - but sometimes due to technical issues, it may be late.

Previous Streams

I, but not I

28th June 2020


"I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I now live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me" - Gal 2:20 (NIV)


Join us for Church Online as Roger Carswell unpacks this verse from Galatians 2:20, in his usual friendly and engaging way.

We pray that as you watch you will understand what a Christian is, that it is nothing to do with our own effort or goodness - but all because of Jesus!

New Beginnings, New Experiences

26th July 2020


Join us for our final Church online, as from next week we plan to meet again physically. Watch this week as we explain some of the changes we have made to try and keep to the government guidelines.

This week Iain will be giving a talk based on the incident when Peter walked on water with Jesus. We are facing a chance for a new beginning and new experiences and we pray our service will encourage you and do your heart good.

Jonathan is back leading us in worship with some familiar and maybe not so familiar songs and Fernando and Sara will be leading our time in prayer and reading the bible passage.

God is near, He is only a prayer away, come to Him today and you too can have a new beginning!

Commitment of a disciple

19th July 2020


Join us for Church online this week in the finale of our 3 week series on what is known as the sermon on the mount in Matthew's gospel. 

This week Jason will be giving a talk from chapter 7 which is entitled “Commitment of a Disciple”.

We welcome Alan and Rebekah who will be playing the piano and flute and thank them for choosing the songs and leading the music this week.

Comfort of disciple

12th July 2020


Join us for Church online this week as we continue our 3 week series on what is known as the sermon on the mount in Matthew's gospel. 

This week Steve Watson will be giving a short talk from chapter 6 which is entitled “Comfort of a Disciple”.

We welcome Rebekah who will be playing the piano and flute and thank her for choosing the songs and leading the music this week.

Contrast of a disciple

5th July 2020


Join us for Church online this week as we start a new 3 week series on what is known as the sermon on the mount in Matthew's gospel. 

This week Iain will be giving a short talk from chapter 5 which he entitled “Contrast of a Disciple”, which includes the well known ‘Beattitudes’. A disciple is a follower of Jesus and as Christians we are called to be disciples.

We welcome Pam and thank her choosing the songs and leading the music this week.

Jesus, The Advocate

21st June 2020


Join us a we look at another role of our Lord Jesus, that of an advocate or lawyer - someone who represents us in heaven, it is amazing thought.

Once again Roger Carswell will be speaking to us and other people will be be taking part.

We pray that as you watch you will take Jesus as your advocate and put your trust and faith in Him.

Jesus, The Mediator

14th July 2020


Today we examine our Lord's role as the Mediator between us and God. 

Roger Carswell will be speaking to us in the Letter written by Paul to Timothy . As usual other people will be taking part.

We pray that the Holy Spirit will impact your life as you watch and that you be drawn closer to Him.

Jesus, The Son of God

6th July 2020


Today we examine the uniqueness of our Lord as both fully man and God. The one who was sent to redeem humanity and pay for our Sin. 


Roger Carswell will be speaking to us about the person of Christ in the Gospel of Mark . As usual other people will be taking part.


We pray that the Holy Spirit will impact your life as you watch and that you be drawn closer to Him.

Pentecost Sunday

31st May 2020


Today we remember the day when the Holy Spirit was given to the Church (God's people). It happened during the Jewish festival of Pentecost and Christians have been using the name to commemorate this event ever since.


Wally Bamford will be speaking to us and explaining the importance of this event for Christians. As usual other people will be taking part and songs will be mostly from previous services.


We pray that the Holy Spirit will impact your life as you watch and that you be drawn closer to Him.

Great Mindset

24th May 2020


Join us as we look at this weeks passage and how we can have a great mindset.


Judith is going to start our time off and share a thought. Iain is going to be speaking to us from this passage and Wally is leading our prayer for the UK; recorded outside his house.


There will also be various songs; some recorded during our services and some at the Church building this week.

We pray that as you watch you will connect and focus on Jesus and that it will impact your life.

Great Transformation

17th May 2020


Join us as we look at Colossians 2:6-15 together and unpack what it means for us today.  


Jonathan Aldridge will be leading our time together and Brian Dunning from York will be speaking to us. There will also be a special performance from Claire and other people from West Grange Church will also be taking part.


We pray that as you watch this video, you are blessed and that it will change your life, if you believe it.

Great Saviour

10th May 2020


Join us as we look at Colossians 1:15-23 and unpack what it means for us today. We look at the un-created God Jesus, who created all things and how he reveals God the Father to us. We pray that as you watch this video, you are blessed and that it will change your life, if you believe it.


Steve Watson from Nottingham will be speaking to us and other people from West Grange Church will be taking part.

Great Rescue

3rd May 2020


"He has delivered us from the domain of darkness and transferred us to the kingdom of his beloved Son, in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins" - Colossians 1:13-14 (ESV)


Join us as we look at these few verses and unpack what it means for us today. There is so much in those two verses that are sure to bless you and will change your life, if you believe it.

Iain Cunningham will be speaking to us and other people from West Grange Church will be taking part.

The Disciples Discovery

26th April 2020


Join us as we explore the days after the resurrection when Jesus appears to two disciples as they are traveling to a town called Emmaus. At first they didn't recognise him yet he taught them about all the things concerning himself in the bible. Paul Bleasby will be speaking to us on this; one of his favourite passages of the bible.

Doubting Thomas

19th April 2020


Join us as we explore the moments after Jesus had risen and appeared to his Disciples. As they recount what they saw to Thomas, he displays some very familar feelings and attitudes which are shared today.

We pray that God will speak to you as you watch and worship with us and that you will be blessed.

Easter Sunday

12th April 2020


Iain Cunningham is giving a short talk on the empty tomb, Jason Learner led the service and Jonathan Aldridge will be provided the music.

Also included is a a special performance/mime of Don Francisco's song "He's Alive!" from Claire Aldridge.


We pray that God will speak to you as you watch and worship with us and that you will be blessed.

Palm Sunday

5th April 2020


Our first online service with a cinematic opeing. Iain Cunningham speaking on Palm Sunday, what it is and why it matters. Jason Learner led our service and Jonathan Aldridge provided the music.

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