Online Worship for Sunday, 17th January: 2nd after Epiphany

Open this post to access our services. We are streaming today’s service from St Nicolas Church. It includes a sermon from our Vicar, intercessions and two hymns sung by members of our choir. It lasts 28 minutes. In addition, there are the usual links to an online service from our Diocese and from the Church of England: details below.

For the streamed service from St Nicolas Church, simply click on the ‘Services’ tab or click the ‘online worship’ title below to go straight to it. You are able to access all online Sunday services in the ‘Services’ section of this website.

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Diocese of Oxford

10am Sunday 17 January

Church at Home - Second Sunday of Epiphany. Diocese of Oxford

Welcome as we worship together on the second Sunday of Epiphany. We are delighted that the president today is the Revd Dr William Lamb, vicar of the University Church of St Mary the Virgin, Oxford, and that our address is given by the Revd Martin Williams, co-area dean for Amersham.

Today, we focus on the invitation to ‘Come and See’, made by Philip to Nathanael as he invites him to follow Jesus. We all are offered that same invitation to come and see today, to encounter Christ and be welcomed.

Thank you to everyone from across the diocese who has made this service possible, including clergy and people from Oxford, Dorchester, Amersham, Newbury, Reading, Waltham St Lawrence and Henley.

Details on how to join will be added shortly.

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Sunday, 17th January: How God is revealed through Jesus – Rev Matt Hogg speaks of God revealing himself through Jesus.

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