A very warm welcome to you all from Guilden Morden Congregational Church!
Please do come along and you'll be guaranteed a warm welcome.
Services are listed below
Welcome to Guilden Morden Congregational Church.
Most services start at 10.30am and are led by our minister, Tony Frost.
On 2nd June we shall be running a stall at the Jubilee Village Event
publicising our Time Capsule Project
and running some children’s activities.
Do come along for a chat.
Please see below for more service details:
It would be so lovely to see you - all are very welcome!
This Sunday we are not holding a service at the chapel.
However, we will be heading over to Bedford Bunyon for their Songs of Praise service.
Starting at 5.00pm for afternoon tea followed by their service.
Please contact Sandy (07977907804) or Amanda (07985069989) for more details.
Sunday 29th May 5.00pm Songs of Praise at Bedford Bunyan Church starting with afternoon tea
Wed 1st June 9.00 – 11.00am Mix and Match for parents and toddlers
Sunday 5th June 10.30am Café style service. Come and join us for croissants and coffee in our relaxed style of worship. All welcome
Monday 6th June 10.30am Men’s Guild in the Schoolroom
Wed 8th June 9.00 – 11.00am Mix and Match for parents and toddlers
Sunday 12th June 11.00am Joint service at Litlington.
Wed 15th June 9.00 - 11.00am Mix and Match for parents and toddlers
Sunday 19th June 11.00am Joint service at St Mary’s
Tues 21st June 14.00pm COGS meeting
Wed 22nd June 9.00 – 11.00am Mix and Match for parents and toddlers
Sunday 26th June 10.30am Communion service in the Chapel with Adrian Burr
Wed 29th June 9.00 – 11.00am Mix and Match for parents and toddlers
BRING WHAT YOU CAN, TAKE WHAT YOU NEED
A sharing table is being set up in the church porch where people can leave items of food for sharing with others in the village. Any excess food will be taken to the Stotfold Food Bank.
The World Day of Prayer was held at the chapel on 4 March 2022
Thank you to all those people who came to the service in the Chapel on the World Day of Prayer.
£120 was raised for the World Day of Prayer projects.
GMCC is praying for different countries and areas each month. This month we are praying for
Father, today we pray for the escalating situation in Ukraine.
We confess that in times of such rapid change and on issues of such complexity,
it can be difficult to know how to pray.
So we start with our praise and thanks to you,
who remains steadfast and faithful,
all-seeing and all-knowing.
We re-orientate ourselves in you, your timescales,
your ways and your purposes.
We remind ourselves of your love for this earth you formed and those you created in
We struggle to see clearly through confusion and misinformation,
yet recognise an age-old lust for power, control and violence.
We pray for those already mourning,
those who are fleeing homes and livelihoods,
for those who are fearful and vulnerable.
We pray for intermediaries on the ground
and those seeking to defend life and liberty.
Blessed are the peacemakers.
Amidst the political posturing and frightening military action
we pray for those involved in genuine diplomatic efforts to avert further bloodshed.
We remember how Jesus resisted being co-opted into the religious and political uprisings of competing empires.
We remember how He spoke to heal the sick, calm the storm and raise the dead. We too pray that the name of God would not be invoked in destructive nationalistic ways.
We pray for powerful words and miraculous actions –
for de-escalation, peace and justice, repentance and restoration.
On earth as it is in heaven, and for our faithful witness until then, Amen.
Prayer by David Smyth, Head of Northern Ireland Evangelical Alliance.
The chapel is looking to do a time capsule later in the year. If you would like to add anything to it please do get in touch!
Please see our 'Prayer' page for daily prayers.
Please remember that Tony Frost, Sandy Watkins, and myself, Amanda Kitely are here if you need anything, be it a prayer, a meal, or any help in any way during this difficult and challenging time, please do not hesitate to contact one of us:
Tony Frost (Minister) firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandy Watkins email@example.com
Amanda Kitely firstname.lastname@example.org
Take care, stay safe and every blessing to you all.
Faith, fellowship and fun
Welcome to you all!
We are a small friendly congregation who worship together every Sunday morning at 10.30 am.
Why not come along and see whether you would like to join us? We are committed to working in our community to offer hope and support and to bring members of our community together in faith and love.
You will always find a warm welcome, friendship and support.
Each week we hold a different style of service. We hope one or more will suit you.
Café Service. This is an all-age service of worship, starting off with coffee and croissants followed by a half hour service of songs, prayers and worship. The service provides toys and activities for children including pre-school children. The service is very informal, sometimes a bit noisy but always joyous.
Shared service usually with Litlington Congregational Church. This service will be at 11am if we are at Litlington and will be a more formal style of service. Check on our Diary page to check time and place.
We join with our friends from St Mary’s Church of England church for a shared service of worship. The venue alternates and sometimes the service at St Mary’s may be at 10 or 11 am. The service at the chapel will always be at 10.30. Again please check with our Diary page for time and place.
4th Sunday and /or last Sunday of the month
On the last Sunday of the month we hold our communion service. We welcome to our communion table all who have accepted Jesus as their Lord and Saviour. Those who may be unsure of their faith are most welcome to join us and can, if they wish, receive a blessing instead during the service.
Usually the fourth and last Sunday are the same but occasionally we get a month with 5 Sundays. If this is the case we often try to offer a different kind of service so check with our Diary page.
So whatever type of service may suit you best please come along and give us a try and join us for fellowship and worship. It is a great opportunity to give thanks, to learn and reflect, to enjoy and support each other.
History of our Chapel click on link.
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