Sunday’s service explores the theme of the parable where the vineyard owner’s staff and, eventually his son, is beaten and murdered by the workers. It’s not a pretty parable but the Rev’d Ruth Dillon leads us through it with great skill. Hymns include Beautiful City, Heavenly Salem from the 7th Century, John Bell and Graham Maule’s haunting Inspired by Love and Anger, Samuel Crossman’s evocative My Song is Love Unknown and Graham Kendrick’s hymn about justice God of the Poor.
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with every good wish
The Rev’d Andy Braunston Coordinator, Daily Devotions from the URC
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