Sunday at Home – 31 May

Sunday at Home – 31 May

In the absence of normal services, please see our eleventh “virtual update” as we spend this Sunday at home. This week’s update includes a new audio sermon as well a video service from guest preacher, David Harding from Maesycwmmer.

This Sunday sermon focuses on the Day of Pentecost and what it meant for believers then as well as for believers today.
You can watch the full service in the video below or if you prefer to just hear the audio sermon, that is available in the link below the video.

Waiting for Pentecost

You might also like to listen to this hymn, which speaks of the rallying cry of all believers, until God calls us home!
Forward! Be Our Watchword
As sung by the congregation at Metropolitan Tabernacle, London

We warmly welcome you listen again online next week.
Please get in contact with us if there is any way we as a church can help you during these days.

Sunday at Home – 24 May

Sunday at Home – 24 May

In the absence of normal services, please see our tenth “virtual update” as we spend this Sunday at home. This week’s update includes a new audio sermon.

In this week’s sermon, we continue in our study on the Sermon on the Mount and consider the object lessons Jesus uses from the birds of the air to the flowers of the field and see how foolish it is for Christians to worry.
Click the link below or visit our Sermon page to find out more.

Worry: A Lack of Logic

You might also like to listen to the classic hymn, which ties into the sermon above (especially the 3rd and 4th verses):
Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven
As sung by the congregation at Metropolitan Tabernacle, London

We warmly welcome you listen again online next week.
Please get in contact with us if there is any way we as a church can help you during these days.

Sunday at Home – 17 May

Sunday at Home – 17 May

In the absence of normal services, please see our ninth “virtual update” as we spend this Sunday at home. This week’s update includes a short video as well as a new audio sermon.

In this week’s sermon, we continue in our study on the Sermon on the Mount and consider Jesus’s words to “Take no thought for your life…” Is this advice careless or is there something more to be seen?
Click the link below or visit our Sermon page to find out more.

Careless, Cautious or Something More?

You might also like to listen to this hymn referenced in the sermon above:
My Faith Has Found a Resting Place

We warmly welcome you listen again online next week.
Please get in contact with us if there is any way we as a church can help you during these days.

Sunday at Home – 10 May

Sunday at Home – 10 May

In the absence of normal services, please see our eighth “virtual update” as we spend this Sunday at home. This week’s update includes a new audio sermon.

In this week’s sermon, we continue in our study on the Sermon on the Mount and consider Jesus’s warnings about our heart, mind and will and what it truly means to be well.
Click the link below or visit our Sermon page to find out more.

Serving God or Mammon

You might also like to listen to this hymn, referenced in the sermon above:
“Come, My Soul, Your Plea Prepare”
As sung by the congregation at Metropolitan Tabernacle, London

We warmly welcome you listen again online next week.
Please get in contact with us if there is any way we as a church can help you during these days.

Sunday at Home – 03 May

Sunday at Home – 03 May

In the absence of normal services, please see our seventh “virtual update” as we spend this Sunday at home. This week’s update includes a new audio sermon.

In this week’s sermon, we continue in our study on the Sermon on the Mount and consider what things we treasure and what that reflects about our life.
Click the link below or visit our Sermon page to find out more.

“Heavenly Treasure”

You might also like to listen to this classic hymn by William Williams, Pantycelyn
“Jesus, Jesus All Sufficient”
As sung in Welsh and English by the Swansea Male Voice Choir in this excerpt from The Hymn Makers CD

We warmly welcome you listen again online next week.
Please get in contact with us if there is any way we as a church can help you during these days.

Sunday at Home – 26th April

Sunday at Home – 26th April

In the absence of normal services, please see our sixth “virtual update” as we spend this Sunday at home. This week’s update includes a short video update and a new audio sermon.

As noted in our video update, this week’s audio sermon sees us returning to our sermon series on “The Sermon on the Mount.” We consider this week the subject of fasting & seek to understand true fasting as Jesus taught us.
Click the link below or visit our Sermon page to find out more.

“The Master’s Method for Fasting”

You might also like to listen to this hymn referenced in our video update:
“Through All the Changing Scenes of Life”

We warmly welcome you listen again online next week.
Please get in contact with us if there is any way we as a church can help you during these days.

Sunday at Home 05

Sunday at Home 05

In the absence of normal services, please see our fifth “virtual update” as we spend this Sunday at home. This week’s update includes a new audio sermon.

This week’s audio sermon considers how Jesus’s original disciples and Christians today can feel when they are “in lockdown” and what it is that can set them free. Click the link below to listen or visit our Sermon Page to find out more.

“Disciples in Lockdown”

You might also like to listen to this timeless hymn:
“Jesus the Name High Over All”

We warmly welcome you listen again online next week.
Please get in contact with us if there is any way we as a church can help you during these days.

Sunday at Home 04 – Easter 2020

Sunday at Home 04 – Easter 2020

In the absence of normal services, please see our fourth “virtual update” as we spend this Easter Sunday at home. This week’s update includes a short video and a new audio sermon.

Apologies as the video quality is slightly out of focus, but hopefully a fitting word for the day

This week’s audio sermon focuses on the victory that can be ours through the risen Lord Jesus Christ. Click the link below to listen or visit our Sermon Page to find out more.

“Victory in Jesus”

For those who like Handel’s Messiah – listen below to one of the verses preached on in the sermon above.

You might also like to have a listen to this timeless Resurrection Hymn

We warmly welcome you listen again online next week.
Please get in contact with us if there is any way we as a church can help you during these days.

Virtual Update 03

Virtual Update 03

In the absence of normal services, please see our third “virtual update” which includes a newly recorded audio sermon.

This week’s audio sermon continues on from last week where we are considering “Jesus in Isolation.” Today’s sermon focuses specifically on how Jesus suffered isolation and what that suffering means for all of us.

Click the link below to listen or visit our Sermon Page to find more.

“Jesus in Isolation – Part 2”

Also included is a fitting hymn for this Palm Sunday:
“All Glory, Laud and Honour”

Be sure to join us next week. Please get in contact with us if there is any way we can help you as a church during these days.

Virtual Update 02

Virtual Update 02

In the absence of normal services, please see our second “virtual update” which includes a brief video update and a newly recorded audio sermon.

The audio sermon referenced in the video above is available on our Sermons page, see the links below.

“Jesus in Isolation – Part 1.”

As previously mentioned, there are some lovely recordings of congregational singing at Mount Pleasant Baptist Church’s website below:

http://www.mountpleasantchapel.co.uk/sermons.php?type=hymns

Also do get in contact with us as a church if there is any way we can help you.

Be sure to join us next week for part 2 of this sermon.