Peace Sunday – see

They saw where he lived and stayed with him.

What does it mean to be a follower of the Lord Jesus? Surely to listen and hear his voice, and to go where he leads us. Today, as we enter the ordinary season of the year, we begin our story of Jesus’s life and ministry with the calling of the first disciples. John fulfils his ministry – pointing to the Lamb of God – and the disciples follow where he points. His word to them is simple and inviting: “Come and see.” This echoes the calling of Samuel – a simple call, by name, which Samuel does not understand: discipleship is about trust, which Samuel shows simply by saying “Speak, Lord; your servant is listening. The Psalm also underlines this, as we (the disciples of the Lord) sing together: “Here I am, Lord! I come to do your will.” We hear his call, and we freely go to him, to listen again to the words of the Master.

1st Reading: 1 Samuel 3:3-10,19

2nd Reading: 1 Cor 6: 13-15,17-20

Gospel Reading: Jn 1:35-42


I waited, I waited for the Lord and he stooped down to me. He heard my cry. He put a new song into my mouth, praise of our God. You do not ask for sacrifice and offerings, but an open ear. You do not ask for holocaust and victim. Instead, here am I. In the scroll of the book it stands written that I should do your will. My God, I delight in your law in the depth of my heart.

Your justice I have proclaimed in the great assembly. My lips I have not sealed;   you know it, O Lord.



18th -25th January

Sunday6pmOur Lady's
Monday12noonSalvation Army
Tuesday7pmLlanyrafon Methodist
Wednesday12noonHoly Trinity Pontnewydd
Thursday7pmSiloam Baptist Church
Friday12noonRichmond Rd Baptist
Saturday8.amPrayer Walk from United Reform Church

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