ForeCast 1 November – masters and slaves

Thanks for joining us on Sunday for a packed ForeCast Sunday service! Keith continued the theme of Christ’s light shining through our domestic relationships, looking at the slave-and-master dynamic described in Ephesians 6:5-9, and the principles we can apply today. If you are still to watch the service, have bread and wine ready as Paul led communion.
Our memory verse this week is Ephesians 2:10 “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works which God prepared in advance for us to do.”
We were thinking about our jobs and the work that we do, asked members to send photos of an object that represents their work. This turned into a fun competition, guessing members from their visual clue. See the results at
Still to watch? Want a worship reprise? Sing along to these Christian songs:
O Praise the Name (Hillsong, 5.29) Praise Jesus for the way his death has brought us life!
No Longer Slaves (Jonathan David and Melissa Helser, 6.09) a celebration of the freedom we can experience as chosen and loved children of God
May the Words of my Mouth (Christy Nockels, 4.39) a prayer that our whole lives will be lived in response to everything that Jesus has done for us
One (Seeds Family Worship, 2.54)  Jane shared this song a few weeks ago and it’s a great reminder that we are all one in Christ Jesus, united by him
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