Sunday 9th June

All are welcome to join us in the church building for our Sunday worship services at 11am and 6pm.

For those joining us online, please note that our morning stream will start when the sermon begins, at approximately 11:30am. Similarly our evening stream will start approximately 6:15pm.

11am – Remember the Sabbath

This Sunday morning we are continuing to look at the 10 commandments; join us as we have a look at the fourth commandment, remembering the Sabbath found in Exodus 20:8-11.

6pm – An Advocate with the Father

We turn back to 1 John this evening with our text of 1 John 2:1-2. We are looking at how Jesus is an advocate for us and what that means.

Sunday 2 June

All are welcome to join us in the church building for our Sunday worship services at 11am and 6pm.

For those joining us online, please note that our morning stream will start when the sermon begins, at approximately 11:30am. Similarly our evening stream will start approximately 6:15pm.

11am – The Third Commandment

This Sunday morning we are continuing to look at the 10 commandments; join us as we discover about the name of the Lord. and the third commandment, found in Exodus 20:7.

6pm – Confess – Forgive

We turn back to 1 John this evening and 1John 1:9 which speaks of the confession and forgiveness of our sins.

Sunday 3 September

All are welcome to join us in the church building for our Sunday worship services at 11am and 6pm.

For those joining us online, please note that our stream will start when the sermon begins, at approximately 11:30am and 6:20am.

11am – Jethro’s Good Advice

This morning we return to our study of Exodus. Jethro, Moses’ father-in-law, makes his offer of good advice (Exodus 18: 13-27).

https://youtube.com/live/97W6ZB81d08

6pm – Persistence in Prayer

This evening we have a look into persistence in prayer and how rewarding it can be.

https://youtube.com/live/TcaLiOzyWSo

2022 Christmas Services @ SCC

This year we celebrate our Family Christmas Service and Carols by Candlelight, Sunday 18th December

11am – Family Christmas Celebration

Welcome to our Christmas Family Service. This morning we will be reading from Luke 2:1-21 and thinking about the Shepherds who visited Jesus after His birth.

Live stream link: https://youtu.be/u9fMZDnKFgw

6pm – Angels

Welcome to our Carols by Candlelight service. This evening we will be returning to read from Luke 2:8-15 to consider the angels who announced Jesus Christ’s birth.

Live stream link: https://youtu.be/BdG1KaJ6xu0

Sunday Evening 18th September with the Romanian Church of Bristol

This Sunday evening, we are really pleased and honoured to be joining the Bristol Romanian Church for their service in Longwell Green at the All Saints United Church, 83 Bath Road, Longwell Green, BS30 9DF. The service starts at 5pm, and it is a family friendly service, so all the family is welcome.

As we are joining them as a congregation, our building on Norman Road, Saltford will therefore be closed, this Sunday evening.

For more information, please get in touch with us via the details on the Contact Us page, or speak to a church office bearer.

Sunday 4th September

All are welcome to join us in the church building for our Sunday worship services.

For those joining us online, please note that our stream will start when the sermon begins, at approximately 11:30am and 6:20am.

Further encouragements from God

God continues to encourage Moses, and us.

https://youtu.be/45IbRrJEw8A

Moving On

What happens next? How do the hearers react?

https://youtu.be/dsTONhl-fig

Sunday 17th July

All are welcome to join us in the church building for our Sunday worship services. We will have a short time of fellowship after the service, with refreshments provided.

11am – Know God, Know Yourself

This morning God and Moses continue their conversation and we see how knowing God can mean we find out more about ourselves, found in Exodus 4:1-17.

https://youtu.be/eSi_mIXNPxE

6pm – A New Chapter in Church History

This evening we return to our series in the book of Acts. We join Peter at the point where a new chapter is about to being in his journey, in Acts 11:19-30.

https://youtu.be/v_6IzmEInF0

Sunday 19 June

All are welcome to join us in the church building for our Sunday worship services. We will have a short time of fellowship after the service, with refreshments provided.

11am – The Call of Moses

After forty years of life in the wilderness, Moses’ encounter with the Lord in Exodus 3:7-12, God reveals his plans and what God wants Moses to do.

https://youtu.be/7T2z4Vxs4Aw

6pm – One Thing I Have Desired

This evening we begin a mini-series on Psalm 27. David desires one thing, but what is it?

https://youtu.be/WAOCRXaQdDo

UK Census Day 2021

This Sunday (21st March) is Census day. I am sure you will have seen the adverts on TV and you may have already completed yours online. Every 10 years each household fills out the questionnaire, considered a snapshot in time to help shape future transport, education and health services. This year’s census sounds pretty important and will impact our lives and those of our children and grandchildren.

The Bible talks of an even greater and more important census – the census of Heaven, the Lamb’s Book of Life.

Revelation 21 v 27
Nothing evil will be allowed to enter, nor anyone who practices shameful idolatry and dishonesty—but only those whose names are written in the Lamb’s Book of Life.

By our very nature of sin – the dishonestly, idolatry and shameful lusts – have shut us out from God’s presence and our heavenly home.

Romans 3 v 23 – 24
For everyone has sinned; we all fall short of God’s glorious standard. Yet God, in his grace, freely makes us right in his sight. He did this through Christ Jesus when he freed us from the penalty for our sins.

There is only one way to become a citizen of Heaven – through Jesus.

One of the most famous and notable censuses of ancient times was when Jesus Christ came to earth, when Mary and Joseph travelled to Bethlehem to be counted for the Roman census; something that was as foretold in the Bible (Micah 5v2). Jesus was born, had to grow up just like you and I, but He lived a sinless life (he made no mistakes). He lived that perfect life so He could die in our place. It is only through Jesus that Heaven’s gates are open to us when we become God’s children – if we believe in Him and He becomes our Lord and Saviour.

John 3 v 16-17
For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life. For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved.

Something to think about…

Is your name in the Lamb’s Book of Life?

Have you accepted Jesus as your Lord and Saviour and been forgiven for your sins?

Want to know more? Please join us this Sunday either at church or online. You would be most welcome.

[Bible References from NLT]