Look at the picture (ethnicity and identity)
This event will be livestreamed here
Anderson and Lydia Moyo continue our current series on IDENTITY.
The service is hosted by Andy and Ruth O'Connell, with worship leaders Emmanuel and Elizabeth Omuederiaye.
We're delighted to welcome back our good friends Anderson and Lydia Moyo. Zimbabweans by birth, and now living in Sheffield, they have planted an effective multi-ethic church, reaching both local and migrant people-groups. They are also part of our wider family - Salt & Light International - and so we receive them not just as friends, but as trusted advisers who are supporting and challenging us as a church as we explore what it means to be a more ethnically diverse church.
(To listen again to their May 2018 talk, go to https://oxford.occ.org.uk/audio/your-kingdom-come-our-city)
Anyone showing symptoms of COVID-19 (new continuous cough, high temperature or loss/change in normal sense of taste or smell) or who has been asked to self-isolate should not attend onsite.
A typical Sunday looks like this:
meeting_room Doors open 10:15. We check you in, and help you find a seat for your household.
contactless There is opportunity to give financially for the work of the church.
chat_bubble_outline A talk explores a Bible passage or theme, asking how it applies today.
location_city We pray as we end our service, before returning to homes and workplaces.
local_cafe Unfortunately, for now, we are not able to serve refreshments.
For more information, including stuff on our Covid-secure arrangements, visit Sunday FAQs.
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